ehhh. i'm more excited about nina's dj kicks.

as far as i know, i've never heard an oakenfold mix, and the only production i've heard is "not over yet". fully plan on keeping it that way.

mike and i have been in touch. should be swapping next week.

awesome graphic, smashy.

congrats micky.

Neko wrote:

Interesting that most people cite the Chable remix, it's all about the deephead pass. smile
Remember when it was the opening track on the phatplastic radio show?

love that one. easy to play.

im not the strongest reader.

shit or get off of the pot, smashy. when are you pairing this thing?

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+1 for his return.

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Kumquat wrote:
zackster wrote:

i can not fucking stand seth troxler

Bet you're happy Klock is up there mate.

happy? i'm devastated! polling well means the crowd you draw, at least in the nyc area, turns to shit. klock has managed to bring in an up-for-it crowd every single time i've seen him. however, i suspect his that his repeated success on the ra top 100 will soon be luring in the queens's filth and midtown bottle service whores.

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(32 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

i can not fucking stand seth troxler

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^^ that's always been my favorite from the de9 series. minimal at its best.

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at one time i agreed, but 2014 hawtin is pretty bland.

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fletcher wrote:

his falling out / parting with Magda and a bunch of the other original M_Nus crew definitely sparked a rapid downward spiral in his output.

agreed. once he started touting that paco osuna guy as a legitimate dj/producer, hawtin was well on his way down. now he's edm's answer to "underground techno".

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dogmanstar888 wrote:

Zackster should post that horrendous EM from Hawtin at Sankeys circa 2001.

can't do it, bud. hawtin is dead to me, as previously stated.

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or this one....

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couldn't leave out this one.

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some recent favs, outside of my own genius acid work which can be enjoyed on my soundcloud.........



the hats are nice and muted... that means smallman will love it.

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klock gets my vote. shocker, i know.

i got ableton waaay back when v2 was released. once it came, i had no clue what to do with it. a few years later v4 came out, and i figured id up grade and  give production another go. endlessly playing around with the two vsts, and following the lessons that came inside of live taught me almost everything i know about making music.  now, id imagine youtube is the way to go. as for push, id say buy ableton first. if you really like it, than get a push.

Henry Rindhoops wrote:

Is this you grown out of listening to your mam's washing machine

my phenomenal tastes are the same as they ever was. me, posting a mix by ben klock that includes markus suckut, surgeon, ben sims, luke slater, slam, bas mooy, and lucy is par the course, brah. welcome to the higher state of consciousness, hank. i think you will find that you are the one that's changed.

as last year's self-appointed winner, i shall grace you all with another defining moment in dj mix history.

^^nah, its from like 03 or something. quality tune tho.