This should be excellent, it's just about a fitting replacement for attending the damn awful, & completely soulless Albert Hall to see them both.

Worst fucking crowd of people I have ever had the misfortune of clubbing with.

Played at Coalville and Fabric too (I'm pretty sure) love how clear the sound is on this video, fantastic.

John always seems to play tracks like this that you can't define, so many tunes unknown and keeps me coming back for more every single time.

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I don't have a scooby yet Mono.

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And this which I went mental for, heard it a couple of weeks ago now and it's one of my faves of the year.

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MattBlack wrote:

I spoke to one of the DJ's on on the night and he said the atmosphere was really good, Diggers and Guy J had to bang it out as they were only playing two hour sets with Guy J in particular playing a lot more banging than he would usually.

Were you there?

I honestly think it was the fact I wasn't off my box and more aware for once. It was a damn good night but I'm just stating how I felt about it.

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chuffer wrote:


I'm not sure there are any "regulars" - the Emporium's only just recently re-opened but they used to have nights like Passion (trance) and Storm (hard house)

That's what I meant Chuffer - the night after was a Hard House night, sure Lisa lashes played - talk about different ends of the spectrum.

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Ahad Adump wrote:

"I'm Gonna make U love me - Ripperton"

http://www.juno.co.uk/artists/Ripperton … rrency=CNY

Nice one Ahad, well found!

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chuffer wrote:
Beats'N'Pieces wrote:

Coalville

What was the coalville gig like? Only about 15mins away for me but I couldn't make it unfortunately....if this becomes a regular feature I'll be happy

Twas a good night, the sound was better for Guy J than Digweed which was strange. The sound for Digweed was a bit muffled, that system couldn't handle it. John played two hours playing a lot of tracks he did at Fabric (Ame -Den Ratta for example) It was only when I heard that system in Fabric I could tell the immense difference.

Another thing was the crowd seemed a bit subdued. I'm not sure if the regulars got it at all I heard someone say earlier 'Hope the music is a better than this later mate'

I was only on the Chisel and nothing harder for the first time so maybe I was more aware? People looked monged off their boxes. Not many dancing apart from me and my friend Emma who never stopped.

It's a good club though, long way to go for us but worth it.

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This is a storming tune John played in Coalville and Fabric.

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Ahad Adump wrote:

Anyone know this gem? One of the tunes of the night for me, love the old school sound to it.

One of the many beauties, what a night. I couldn't get over how good the sound was. He played some tracks I know but countless others that won't see the light of day for ages/if ever I suspect.

That Dele Sosimi track - Too much information (Lalou remix) sounded so good. When I listened to it at home I didn't see the hype but it was intense.

Noticeable mention to the dreamy DJ Koze - XTC too.

MattBlack wrote:
simonr wrote:

You'll all have to hold in the disappointment that this eye watering £1,360 garment has sold out (presumably to a PL player):

http://www.oki-ni.com/en/shop/apparel/r … 11374.html

That looks like my school shirt on my last day after everyone had signed it


And everyones else's who has ever done it - which is near enough everyone?

http://i.imgur.com/whjgkra.jpg

Most of that I can deal with, this I cannot.

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MattBlack wrote:

This is my favourite Genesis track, i actually sampled it as well for a track i did years ago

Liking that a lot.

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Trying to stay away from House & Techno until fabric (as I listen to it constantly)

I'm really into some progressive rock, the question is do like it or is it way over your head?

Post your favourites.

http://alicehikes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/holeyOldLongJohns.jpg

Found some shredded Longjohns but the nametag was missing.. They could be anybody's.. Nobody... nobody trusts anybody now, and we're all very tired.

http://blog.seattlepi.com/peoplescritic/files/2013/10/the-thing.jpg

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All.



In.

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Guinness West Indian Porter is a great beer.

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smallman1 wrote:

I wouldn't go to Coalville if you paid me.

I'd get eaten alive up there.


I can tell Ed, you stick to Shoreditch

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poirot wrote:

Id say there's a very good chance if you listen to the Guy J Transitions the other week you'll be pretty close to the set he's playing tonight. Not saying its pre-programmed or anything.

I saw him a few months back and enjoyed it, he was just missing that nastiness that Digweed brings. I imagine he's a perfect warm-up for Digweed.

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joeyp wrote:
Beats'N'Pieces wrote:

Who is in? Guy J & Digweed in Coalville of all places. Will be interesting the re-opening of the club The Emporium seems to be frequented by the hoover 'N' Horns, put a donk on it brigade.

They're going to be in for a surprise if so.

This may mean the dance floor is freely available for advanced shape throwing. Hope this signal is strong and guy J plays something exciting.


You in?

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dutchy101 wrote:

Was this the same night you 'acquired' those trabbs perchance?

No but, it was what they would look like if I'd have had a couple of bottles of this stuff I expect.

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dutchy101 wrote:
Beats'N'Pieces wrote:
dutchy101 wrote:

Should be kept in a bin as well.

Dutchy you have top post if you're going to slate!

Get em posted. Seems like people already know they're going to be torn to pieces so do it anyway.


I already did (in the other trabbs thread) and was torn to shreds mate. Haha

I knew I was, I don't even like them myself but need something to wear when clubbing. I'm expecting even more ribbing. I wanted the boards resident wordsmiths to destroy me but some of you have done alright and made me laugh.

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dutchy101 wrote:

Should be kept in a bin as well.

Dutchy you have top post if you're going to slate!

Get em posted. Seems like people already know they're going to be torn to pieces so do it anyway.

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millsy23 wrote:

I love that mossy suede finish offset with the lime green lining and subtle purple sole. A feast for the eyes. Not sure what I would wear them with apart from those black and white checked trousers kitchen staff wear at Pizza Express, and maybe  some sort of leather waistcoat, and some juggling batons, and a unicycle.

I'll try that tonight, it'll go down a treat.