Slam’s ‘Eterna’ was released on Soma Quality Recordings in 1991. This was “progressive house” a year before Gat Decor’s ‘Passion’ would be deemed to get the ball rolling. A classic start for the forward-thinking Scottish label that would hit the big time five/six years later. In 1993, Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo presented a demo of their own work to Slam’s Stuart Macmillan at a EuroDisney rave. Two years later, the two of them would record ‘Da Funk’ on the Soma label. Daft Punk had arrived.