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"Keep Your Head Up High", by Chicago's Nick Santillan.
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Started back in 1994 by Gerard Hansen (aka Convextion) and Dan Kurzius, Hard Sync was a fanzine dedicated to electronic music reviews and artist interviews. Now defunct, because of a computer crash back in 1996, Hard Sync was an outlet for several Texas based electronic music enthusiasts to reach out to others around the world that shared similar musical interests.

We still get a lot of requests to date for back issues, so we figured it would be cool to make the old issues accessible by getting them online.

Sampler Issue

Mainly containing record reviews, the sampler issue was created to work out format and layout ideas. Gerard came up with the name and Dan the layout.

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Vol 1 Issue 1

The first official issue, packed full of more reviews and a one on one with Detroit's Dan Bell (aka DBX). With this issue we also welcomed aboard Sean Deason of Matrix Records and Andrew Duke of Cognition Audioworks to help out with record reviews.

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Vol 1 Issue 2

Number 2 hits the streets and we couldn't have been any more excited that Richie Hawtin agreed to be our featured artist. Plus even more reviews...

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Vol 1 Issue 3

We pick things up a little bit more with issue #3 by adding an extra interview, a record label spot light and even more record reviews. Chicago's Mike Dearborn talks with us just before the 2nd DJAX party got underway in Chicago. We also have a word with Hard Sync guest reviewer Sean Deason and Robert Hood's M-Plant imprint is analyzed.

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