We have a huge archive of footage from various Rezerection events, all mostly on DV tape which is being digitised so that we can work on the footage and release some nice videos for all the Rez crew to see…

Here are some videos we cut from full length edits we are working on, these videos are just snippets in comparison to the amount of footage we have in the #DVarchives

LUMINAIRE 15th August 1992 


Our first Rezerection, we have finished editing up our footage of this amazing rave in 1992, full length video includes Suburban Delay’s full set with 4 camera live mix and some clips of other acts such as The Prodigy and N-Joi…

The full length video will be available on our website to view in good time, until then here is a rushes video of Surban Delay’s awesome track Energy Rush…


Here are some videos from our collection of Event II footage, we have edited roughly 9 hours of this event so far over the last ten years in between working on other raves that we filmed. there is still more to do we are aiming for 12 hours of this event for you all to see on our full length video player.


On the 2nd of September 1995, over 16 thousand ravers gathered at Ingliston for Equinox, 20 hours of hard raving,  here are some videos we cut from full length edits we have been working on… the first video in the list is our 20 year anniversary video mix that we made to celebrate what was an amazing night back in ’95:


For people around the world that have stumbled on to this website and do not know what Rezerection is:

Rezerection is a dance music event started by Paul Ludford in 1989. Rezerection hosted many large all-night raves in Scotland during 1991, mostly at the Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh. Events would be a mixture of foreign, English and local Scottish talent. Events at Rez would have various attractions, from fairground rides, to fire-eaters and bungee jumping to jugglers in addition to the music and the “all nighter” party atmosphere. Normally kicking the night of with Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture classical music.

Rezerection had a double album ‘The Awakening ’95’ released via Evolution Records before branching out into the record label market through their already established event branding and merchandising (even had British TV personality Donna Air model their clothing range) Eventually releasing 4 albums and 2 maxi singles including Scott Brown’s ‘Do What Ya Like (The Rezerection Anthem). 15 Videos from various events were also released, featuring live footage mixed with music from the night and various video effects. The videos were recorded and edited by the Double Vision crew…



14 thoughts on “Rezerection

  1. Would love the full set from Sharky from the banging bunny
    Technotrance set was a belter that nite also
    Last Rave i was at and it was one of the best imo

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