About the station
The 1990S rave scene absolutely amazing. I fell in love with the scene instantly. It was a place accepting of anyone who wanted to be there. It’s not like today’s festivals. Everything was about the music. No one dressed up , we actually dressed down. It wasn’t about the clothes it was about which ones were the best for dancing with sneakers obviously being the most important part. I remember hearing and having conversations about what sneakers gave you the best bounce. Some of the bonds that were made on the dance floors were by far stronger than the glue holding them together. Thousands and thousands kids getting together every weekend to dance, The raves on the surface appeared to be chaotically unorganized events, but In actuality they were anything but. It’s crazy to think that we were just kids at the time. We had no idea what we were doing was paving the way for what it’s become today. Festivals that have attendance over six figures that are sometimes sponsored by companies that have revenues well into seven figures. When we did it we did we didn’t do it for money, we didn’t do it for fame, we didn’t do it recognition. We did it in hopes of creating something that you can’t see , touch , taste, smell, or even buy , but holy shit you can definitely feel it.