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This one has a special whiff of horror about it..

GazCloud wrote:

This first hour was also too crowded, as everyone packed into the room post-Surgeon and Blawan's excellent live hardware set.

Yeah it started to get insane around half way through Subb-An's live piece...things seemed to ease considerably once they opened up the stage area about 45 mins into Sasha's set...many moonwalks ensued..

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Something different, BigFella, random is best..

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Hoping to catch this show at some point in the future, looks absolutely bananas, in a good way..

Going to see Clint Mansell next month at the Concert Hall, love his work on this..

DocWho wrote:
dutchy101 wrote:

He played 4 till just after 8 and was utter shit apparently.  Train wrecking all over the gaff. Guess he had a good night after Sankeys.

Nonsense. He did play 4 til 8 but he absolutely smashed it...some proper dark prog moments from 5 til 7 laced with killer breaks and dirty infectious house grooves thrown in for good measure. I was very happy with what i heard, solid mixing all the way through. Every bit as classic as i've come to expect from the man like... over the years, no complaints here, especially when he dropped this...

Completely agree...whoever gave you that report Dutchy is either dead inside or wasn't at Fabric because that was nothing short of top class, probably one of the best sets I've heard in about 10 years...the music he was playing around 5.30 was incredible, the Sasha of old...the programming and mixing was as good as it gets. If somebody was expecting better then I think a serious case of bitterness is involved, he was relentless and over the course of the whole set the groove he created was amazing. I'd advise anyone who is thinking of seeing him to buy tickets as he's in right form..

Also, Terry Francis was excellent, he played some brilliant tracks...Subb-An's live set was decent but a bit monotonous..

erik.b wrote:
liquitech1 wrote:
Mickyd wrote:

Fantazia @ Donnington Park, was it '92, is up there. So long ago and think Sasha even played at it. Just a great night.

Classic...I still have my Easygroove tape from that, quality MC action on it!

Robbie Dee?

Not sure, Erik. He was getting rushes every 2 or 3 minutes, so he said anyway smile

Mickyd wrote:

Fantazia @ Donnington Park, was it '92, is up there. So long ago and think Sasha even played at it. Just a great night.

Classic...I still have my Easygroove tape from that, quality MC action on it!

BOSH

EDWARDTHECONFESSOR wrote:

summer of 96' ...southend sea front surrounded by essex burberry clad  carrion , dancing with all the aggression of jake la mota pounding  the hamhocks of some prittlewell slag.

my nose a river of blood from the kib and the amyl...i was that  leader of the basildon house nation, leading them up and down the sea front like a  pied piper to a an abandonded  rettendon land rover.

lol brilliant

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A bit over simplified but yes, you're absolutely bang on. smile

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Have you ever watched 'The Power of Nightmares', Dan? Worth a watch...3 parts, here's part 1

http://vimeo.com/84414208

Big Fella wrote:

Great craic rugby tackling in a dance arena.

The "dancing" area was concrete so when the heavens opened the ground turned to black slush, a nightmare basically..

steelydan wrote:
liquitech1 wrote:

Carl Cox @ Bondi NYE 2001 - I've never witnessed such a gathering of wankers in one place in all my life, and it rained, and Coxy almost turned me off clubbing..

my mate went and said it was dire

Gangs of Ozzie teens wearing pink wife beaters and yellow baseball caps mixed in with gangs of moody looking Lebanese standing around while their women danced...one group of louts thought it was hilarious to see who could rugby tackle each other the hardest...hard to put into words really, Dan.

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There's a good chance the wheels are already in motion, Rossi....while all this is going on in Syria, the Taliban are gaining strength again on the Afghan/Pakistan border, I reckon they'll be back there at some point in the near future claiming the danger on our doorstep etc etc

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I hear Sky are having a mare with their coverage, 8 guys on the course and they're finding it hard to show most shots!

Guy Ornadel @ The Cross '98 - For a Renaissance night, not a Renaissance DJ, odd choice
Jimmy Van M @ RedBox circa 2000 - Boring as f**k prog for 2.5 hrs
Carl Cox @ Bondi NYE 2001 - I've never witnessed such a gathering of wankers in one place in all my life, and it rained, and Coxy almost turned me off clubbing..

oldie but disastrous: Maceo Plex @ Crystal Waterford, 2 hrs of "hits"

dutchy101 wrote:

It was class. Sasha started with Fibonacci Sequence and it blew my mind at the time.

Saw him in 99 in San Fran and he started with that too, followed by 'Hey Boy Hey Girl', him and John nailed it that day!

Defo worth a purchase then going on the reviews here, nice one men!

zackster wrote:
liquitech1 wrote:

Nina Kravic purely for her moves in the box, she churns out some bilge in her sets unfortunately..

i saw her once, and thought she played some great tunes. think she played k. alexi shelby's "vertigo". don't hear that every day. and she's hot as fuck.

Seen her twice and wasn't impressed with the sets. A good track here and there isn't really enough for me, I'm more of a Ben Klock fan when it comes to the harder beats, Zackster!

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Grant wrote:
liquitech1 wrote:
Grant wrote:

Did someone say 'drone'?

What now, Grant? Drones are part of a conspiracy theory you can't grasp also, is it?

Get a grip of yourself, it's not even remotely aimed at you. Unless you want it to be?

I can't work out if you're incredibly thick or really poor at being snide, it was I who mentioned the word drone when replying to Rossi so pardon me for the question.. hmm

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I'm sure he's loaded but he still has to stand there and pretend he's into it. That's assuming he hasn't had some form of a lobotomy.

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mr rossi wrote:

But Isis have been selling oil to the Assad regime as they control the oil fields

That's partly why they're being bombed, it has very little to do with the beheadings.

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I find it hard to believe that PVD actually enjoys playing that tripe considering the stock he comes from...how could you stand & listen to that through the booth let alone your headphones.