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Yup joey, top of my list for a reason. Easily the best album I've heard this year.

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Glass Animals - ZABA
Jungle - Jungle
Darkside - Psychic
Mitzi - Truly Alive
War on Drugs - Lost in the Dream

^Not really new, but albums I've discovered which are just great. No fillers.

Rediscovering NWA and Tupac as well, which has been wicked.

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(154 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

smallman1 wrote:

Ban request for Rhouses.

Only giving Belfunk a whirl now is a crime against prog.

Talk about minerals out the window.

I've heard it plenty of times! Just gave it a play after this thread.

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(154 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Saw Lawler twice and slammed it both times (almost a decade back, mind)... tight mixing and some big hitting dark prog. Good shit.

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(19 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

millsy23 wrote:

Is Jase working for them now then?

hahaha you're such a bastard millsy.

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(22 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Digweed's Miami and Craig Richard's Get Lost have been massive winners for me.

I really wanted the Wiggle mix to be epic, but it was a bit flat and samey through it. Might give solomun a listen.

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(154 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

MattBlack wrote:

To me when i think of running i always remember Cross country when i was at school, our PE teacher was a complete sadist and this was his ultimate punishment, to be made to run in muddy fields in the pissing wet rain and him running alongside you to make sure you "ran not walked" as if being at the back wasnt humiliating enough, as i got older though i got wiser and figured that the best course of action was just to bunk off and watch the idiots running from the top of a hill instead

I feel you on this Matt. Cross country in fucking winter while I studied in England... put me off running for years to come.

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(154 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Went straight to this after the Belfunk drop, Smalls: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sjEI2kPpx6s - BEAST.

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(154 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Diminished Responsibility wrote:

Belfunk was proper though.

Just gave this a twirl. Emotional break down.

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(154 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Not a big fan of xpander or scorchio, the sander k mix is dece.

Belfunk was proper though.

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MattBlack wrote:
Diminished Responsibility wrote:
dutchy101 wrote:

Wasn't Lupus the b-side of the Sander mix of Scorchio?

Yup, I think so. Have it on vinyl...

This one?

http://www.discogs.com/Sasha-Unreleased … ease/92296

That's the one.

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dutchy101 wrote:

Wasn't Lupus the b-side of the Sander mix of Scorchio?

Yup, I think so. Have it on vinyl...

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(1,058 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Decent finale for Boardwalk, completely predictable though.

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I think my PCV-275 cost me about $300 and lasted me over a decade... still working too. Great mixer, amazing value for money. Can't compare to Allen Heath or Pioneer, but definitely a step above the shite numark and denon puts out. 

I remember the Vestax turntables being absolutely naff though, friend bought a pair and they fell apart within 3 years. Felt like a right idiot too, because they were priced the same as the technics, maybe $50 cheaper.

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I'm digging the Plastikman EX album Zackster, for some reason I thought of you when I listened to it.

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Hardly a spoiler there BF.

Yup, agree Yant, that was a good episode of Walking Dead. Already preferring this approach compared to all that prison post-Governor malarkey from last season.

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(40 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

In all fairness, she's nailing those cue points like a beast. Think she might know a little bit more about mixing than say, Nina Kraviz.

Also, both pipes.

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(80 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Work with India's version of Amazon, in their marketing division, taking care of social media. Have been with them for four years now... going strong!

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That opening scene must have had you by the balls Yant... but yeah, it's a bit slow and a tad bit bizarre with the electro soundtrack playing through. The whole thing has me very uneasy, which is a good thing I guess.

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Watched the first three episodes The Knick, liking it, but really brutal and gory.

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Big Fella wrote:

Can imagine a weekend in Bangalore with Rhouses as your wing (wang) man is up there as well, if i'm honest.

Haha. Could probably show you a better time in Bombay, raging to full effect and all, BF. Always welcome to spend a weekend with me in Bangalore, though I was a bit perturbed I can't expect an epic fish and chips meal at what is now your imaginary chippy. sad

Otherwise, I wouldn't recommend anyone live in any Indian city, unless you're really looking for a pseudo cultural spiritual 'oh i just read shantaram' type experience. The infrastructure is excruciatingly frustrating, there's a shit load of traffic and nearly all cities are polluted as fuck. That being said, standard of living is cheap. Know a bunch of mid-level Goldman Sach Brits who have actually chosen to commit to 5-6 year stints in Bangalore - two of whom recently got married to locals. I also figure they're just putting in the time because they're saving a shit load of money with a salary in pounds while they're living like sahibs with their drivers, maids and cooks in their penthouse apartments.

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(145 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

San Francisco deserves a shout out in this thread imo.

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Big Fella wrote:

greatest
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adjective
1.
the superlative of great
noun
2.
(slang) the greatest, an exceptional person.


Excerpt from ‘Cantona: The Rebel Who Would Be King’: Just inside Sunderland’s half, harnessed by Ord and Ball, he (Cantona) set himself free with a stupendous double feint, somehow found McClair, who instantly returned the ball to him, which, still running, he chipped from 18 yards over the head of his former Nimes teammate Lionel Perez. What is extraordinary is that Eric found a way to stop without stopping, slowing down imperceptibly to compose himself and brush the underside of the ball with his bootlaces, sending it to the only spot where the rushing ‘keeper couldn’t reach it. The celebration was almost as memorable as the goal. Eric, affecting a haughty inscrutability, did nothing but straighten his back and puff out his chest, a Roman impersonator savouring his triumph: all that was missing was David Beckham holding the laurels above his shaved head. Then Cantona broke into a beautiful smile, as if to say: ‘Did you see that one? Did you see?’ How could you not love such a player?

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While I'm thoroughly enjoying the last season of Boardwalk, it does sort of feel like a rushed epilogue and the flashback scenes don't really do much for me.

Yup, the opening episode of Walking Dead's new season was brilliant... the closing scene was haunting.

Not a big fan of the DC comics TV shows, but so far, Flash and Gotham seem to make for a decent light watch.

Been doing a Top Chef marathon too... Season 9 was brilliant, good place to start if you haven't watched the show. Top Chef Masters is great too.

It's a bit yank-centric, but The League is hilarious.

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(41 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Love it... some great tunes on this, eclectic without losing that twisted Bedrock vibe. Thoroughly enjoyed the whole album. Perfect for some after hour power if you ask me. Would be cool to see some muscular remixes in the pipeline. Think there's potential for a great live act too - would be nice to see what Muir and Diggers can do on the fly on the back of this album.

Stand out tunes for me were "The Traveler" and "Live Off the Grid" and "Damned by the Flesh"... want some remixes!