Another Hardway Bro's one.... love this

Here it is

What I saw / heard of it, I was very impressed. Definitely one you need to watch with all the crazy things he's doing with the Kaoss pads. Looking foward to hearing it again.

Not sure how far in as just seen this

Well maybe he does serve a purpose, but he just seems like the kind of character to not take on other peoples views and therefore could have a very clouded view on most of his topics.

I've just seen that Edward Snowden interview and wow, that is a pretty damn big story. A very brave dude imo.

I don't like Alex Jones, although he does touch on some important subjects... I just can't stand to hear him speak. I'm shocked they had him on the BBC. For a more well informed, intellectual insight into the powers that be, I don't think you can get any better than Noam Chomsky. His Hardtalk and Andrew Marr interviews on the BBC are great.

haha, I did say "a bit"... but I am only going by my own buying trend, so it's a small sample.

loopdokter wrote:
russg wrote:

I think with producers earning less and less through digital releases there could be a chance of a bit of a vinyl comeback. I sure miss going to a great record shop and spewing off my monthly wage.

Uh, no.  Not.  Going.  To.  Happen.

Vinyl is a niche market.  The only market that I know of where you can actually sell a 'decent' (that's around 500 these days) number of units is Germany.  Berlin has a lot of DJs who still use vinyl, but my understanding is that's largely just a Berlin thing.

I've recently been buying some vinyl again. Mainly because i've borrowed a friends 1210's as i sold mine a while back... and because i'm starting to find some quality tracks that are only getting released on vinyl. Also, i'm looking back a bit more and finding some gems i missed out on.

I think with producers earning less and less through digital releases there could be a chance of a bit of a vinyl comeback. I sure miss going to a great record shop and spewing off my monthly wage.

Two on here i'd quite like to know the name of.

Cheers … re=related

haha, about to say, you spoke too soon. The guy with them is off his nut

spinnerlg wrote:

The tunes are nice and all, but the amount of the folk there looking at phones/posing/flicking and playing with hair etc makes me want to punch them all in the face. Hard.

haha, agree. They make me laugh more than anything though.

No worries mate. There's also a very recent Midland and Paul Woolford b2b one here I need to have a good listen to

Sounding pretty tasty so far

Beijing Dave wrote:

Here are some absolute bangers (some old, of course):
Mansun - Wide Open Space (Perfecto Mix)
St Etienne - Like a Motorway (David Holmes Mix)
Charlatans - Nine Acre Dust (Chemical Brothers)
St Etienne - Cool Kids of Death (Underworld Mix)
The Killers - Mr Brightside (Thin White Duke Remix)
The Ting Tings- Great DJ (Calvin Harris Remix)
Pulp - Party Hard (Tom Middleton Mix)
Philip Glass - NYC: 73-78 (Beck Remix) - included because of Beck on remix duties
Kelis vs Simple Minds - New Gold Acapella
Le Tigre - After Dark (Morel's Vocal)
Scumfrog - We Love You (cover of a Rolling Stones track)
Basement Jaxx - Get Me Off (Superchumbo's Supergetoff)

Cheers man. Lot to work at there.

seanc80 wrote:
faible wrote:

Horrific on many, many levels.

Agree. The kind of remix I don't want to hear.

Wow, thanks everyone. It will take me a while to get through all of them but liking Infusion - Running up that Hill.

Keep them coming smile

I'm sure this subject will have been spoken about before, but I find it hard to come across decent one's. There seems to be so much potential in lots of band tracks I hear but I rarely hear them remixed decently.

I'd say one of my favourites is Depeche Mode - Only When I Lose Myself (Lexicon Avenue Remix)

oh and of course Infusion - Legacy (Junkie XL Remix)

Father Ted Crilley is apparently 5000-1

Here's a good interview with him where he talks about his show.

Louis CK is amazing. Probably my favourite comedian at the moment.

Here's a funny clip of him talking about rape.

Big fan and been loving some of their mixes too recently. Will check it out, cheers.

Sets up

Looks like that cracking track at 42 mins is james zabiela - the healing (sasha invol3ver mix)


One a day just to keep Dermo happy

One of the best boiler room sets I've seen. Some funny shapes being thrown in the crowd too (hot bird doing the chicken dance next to Henrik). … yVq--qZVEI