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It's really not that big a deal, i'm not losing any sleep over it or anything... but back when nobody was dressing like a victorian gent, Robertson was, so he's sort of entitled to keep doing so, his wardrobe has looked like that for years. It feels like Weatherall is trying a bit to hard to be hip, and he clearly doesn't need to, very talented chap etc.

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Unbroken1 wrote:

what more do you want?

Him to not look like he's trying so hard. As you have rightly pointed out, he doesn't need to, he's very much his own man.

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smallman1 wrote:

and some bang on Nike Air.

Lets see some photo evidence in the trab thread Smalls, we wouldn't want both your prog and fashion credentials to be in question...

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Not a fan of 'hipster' Weatherall.

Tip of the hat to Robertson though, who has been playing nose bleed techno in a cravat and silk smoking jacket since about 93.

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seanc80 wrote:

http://4.kicksonfire.net/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/adidas-superstar-80s-clean-white-681x454.jpg

Noice choice.

Millsy, have a word with yourself.

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I like it, not sure it sounds very Leftfield ish though.

We looked clueless for the first half today. Who knows, with eleven me the second half could have been a bit more interesting.

Shite all round sad

I appreciate his hard work Smashey! However it's drivel in a very narrow market sad

No idea Smashy, I assumed he was off one of the TV shows? I don't watch any of them so I wouldn't know. It's TV standard drivel he pumps out though. File with Coldplay and the like.

Simon Cunt Cowell and his cronies have single handedly destroyed modern pop music.

Consider the diversity seen in 80s and 90s pop... and now you have Ed Sheeran.

j.p sykes wrote:

This:

Again, a belter.

vinnyt77 wrote:

This.

Fair play, that's a belter!

Amps wrote:

Afraid not Walter, but I'm sure if you search for something like 'sasha at the bomb 97' it'll be out there somewhere. If not, let me know and I'll see if I have it on a drive somewhere.

Here we go:

https://soundcloud.com/wantstobethedj/s … ngham-1997

j.p sykes wrote:

It wasn't Shpongle was it? Dorset perception?

Nah, it was a slice of rather thundering / epic muscualr prog, in an at the time King Unique stylie iirc. Although I only heard it once in a night club so...

Afraid not Walter, but I'm sure if you search for something like 'sasha at the bomb 97' it'll be out there somewhere. If not, let me know and I'll see if I have it on a drive somewhere.

Another one that springs to mind is a track Lucien Foort was playing some time around 2001. Told me it was called 'Dongle' or something along those lines, coming out on Junior. Never did find it, emailed several labels and Lucien and never got anywhere.

Probably my fave Van Dyk track.

From that Sasha tape. Same here, bought a few pennies on discogs, still a massive fave for me.

Amps wrote:

Au contraire! If I can get tickets in the resale, I'll be front and centre with a 2 liter cider bottle, absolutely brimming with warm piss and his name on it.

Glad to see I won't be alone:

http://newsthump.com/2015/03/17/glaston … anye-west/

Probably for the best J.

Anybody here see Sasha at Shellys? I was actually invited along to see him play there, but I was 15, didn't have a clue who he was and was far more into Operation Ivy/Face to Face/Black Flag/Minor Threat at the time. Told her to fuck off.

First Tyrant is impressive on it's own.

Very impressive creds JPers!

Leather kecks... diagonal shirt? smile

Plenty of cred here, but seeing Sasha play in my mates kitchen, decks in the serving hatch, is all I need to tell you.

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I think if anything saves him it'll be the millions he makes for the BBC.