| date: 27 May 2015

Video CD

34 videos clips with audio, video, installations and performances by Brechje van der marel, Jan Duivenvoorden, Pierre Sondeijker, Charlie Watkins, etcetera, Electric Faeces of Den Haag, SWM, Shitcluster, Geradio Tonkium, Perfect Defect, Unit Moebius, Nimoy, Light Speed Drivers, IMP Electronics for Defence, Britney Spears, Whitney Houston, DJ Washing Machine, etcetera, etcetera. The VCD was made around 2003 (?) in an effort to summarize our activities and satisfy potential organizers.

Das Experiment

| date: 7 June 2013

(Video by Anthony)


A night of oldschool acidtekno mayhem + lots of smoke and strobes! Party like it’s 1997!


— Light Speed Drivers — (LIVE – Unit Moebius vs Blaze)

Jan Duivenvoorde (Unit Moebius) and Blaze were well known for their psychedelic records in the 90’s, not to mention the ground breaking impact Jan had with Unit Moebius on the international techno/detroit scene. The Light Speed Drivers project with Blaze geared more towards the faster psychedelic sound played at the Mononom raves back in the days. We were more then delighted to hear of Jans solo project reboot (Unit Moebius Anonymous), and became ecstatic when we heard he was once again making music with Blaze. Expect the unexpected!!

— Stefan ZMK — (DJ set)

This enfant terrible of the dutch tekno scene has been around for ages and is well known for his part in ZMK soundsystem, which took origin in the aftermath of the late nineties. Also his step towards producing has not been uneventful with releases on (amongst others) Mackitek and Obs.Cur. Being the walking talking musical encyclopedia we asked him to prepare a mind bending set consisting of records you would hear back when we were still making our ways to parties by train and foot, and staying at a party until the generator could handle no more!

What’s that… You missed it in the 90’s? Don’t worry, you’ll love it today!

— Chris AA — (DJ set)

Another veteran in desperate need of a reboot! Having played all over Europe with AA (Acid Anonymous) soundsystem his sound is well known to the ravers of the late 90’s. His acid sets were among the finest back then and we dare say he has some special tricks up his sleeve for you this night! One not to be missed!

— Sifres b2b DeeKaa — (DJ set)

When PDK soundsystem started to give their first parties in muddy fields they came across two homeless tekno veterans. Being open to all influences they asked them to dust off their old records and play an acid set. This turned into a 5 hour dancing mayhem and in the mud an alliance was formed between them and PDK soundsystem to make booty’s shake to both old and new tunes, eventually leading up to Sifres’s 7 record streak in the last two years. This night we would like to share with you a glimpse what happened on that muddy field in 2010. Rain boots advised!

*** Location***
Skatepark Sweatshop
Bnckhorstlaan 271
Den Haag

Come before 0:30 = 5 euro at the door
Come after 0:30 = 7,50 at the door

***MAX CAPACITY 400ppl!! ***
We are seriously considering a presale in case things are likely to become busy this night, so please let us know on the event if you are attending. This way we can arrange something and you wont be left out on the streets while your friends party the night away 10m from your location! We will start this up if more then 300 ppl are attending on the facebook event.

Visit the facebook event page:  https://www.facebook.com/events/483321728402718/?ref=ts&fref=ts

LSD 001

| date: 16 February 2013

Here’s LSD 001 (or CEL 001), a 1996 album, by jan and blaise:

Detailed information:

And last but not least, the Light Speed Drivers Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Light-Speed-Drivers/167993309920549?ref=ts&fref=ts


| date: 12 February 2011

Video CD – compilation of exhibitions, performances, installations, movies, music and mor (2003).


| date: 8 February 2002

Monotonous bassdrum music with cheerful mdma crowd in Batofar, Paris. Video projection by Blosje.


| date: 3 April 1999

Light Speed Drivers, live in Limoges (04-04-1999)

This experimental music festival did not demand repetitive beats. Jan & Blaise’s improvised live set accidentally matched the veejay’s video backdrops: lots of whales and royalty free black and white vintage movies (probably Nosferatu). The audience was impressed, but it was honestly just a big coincidence. Synchronicity, or so they say.

The DAT recording was truncated to fit on a cassette.



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