This belter is mid way part 4.
If you are serious good luck with it.
What's Gorilla like as a venue then? Anyone attend Didweed last year?
I honestly don't think I have been so bored at a night. Great venue for the spectacle but not for me, wall to wall kids, monotonous techno (left to go down stairs when Dusky was on, tedious) guy downstairs Steve Glass playing some nice tracks - then back upstairs for Yousef.
Yousef was the best all night, really enjoyed that and it was strange to hear some others thought he was crap, so very mixed feelings there.
Lets face it if Yousef however good, is the best Dj on the night - then what the fuck does that say?
Sasha was on way too late, I think it must have been 03:30 off the top of my head - opened with that dreamy BPM opener and proceeded to play every track that I'd heard on the BMP mix/New years day mix: The tracks although not bad, simply didn't grab me, they didn't really do it for me listening at home so I wasn't overtly surprised.
No what the fuck is this, no I really have to search this out - just alright.
That's three times now I have seen Sasha and it's been 'alright'
2 lessons : Don't see Sasha for a long while and stick to longer sets with less people preferably in a dingy Warehouse/room with a huge system - shacking out with like minded people who aren't just there to be seen and/or for (Ten Walls)
Roll on Digweed at Gorilla - he never lets you down. 4 hour set too.
I wont be again.
I've enjoyed this more than any mix I have heard for a long time.
End of part 2 leading into Soul Button - The Keepers.
Re: digWeed 23/01 Ovo, Punta Del Este · Uruguay (36 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)
How was the set?
Going to give it another go tomorrow on t'old commute, on t'old headphones.
I liked the last few tracks, and a few here and there. It's a matter of taste but you're only as good as your track selection and a lot of it is too samey for me, plink plonk - monotonous kick drum. Last few track though are full of life, there's also some really cinematic moments throughout.
Not the same remix of Roaches, but I think this is more than a decent effort too.
Ahhh I'm a bit behind with some tracks, now I hear it in this video. This version above sounds great. Off to listen to the Original now.
This is in there, but I'm not sure what Diggers is mixing in/out.
What a brilliant video, love the energy.
Millsy, just flicked through and all I can say is:
Bloody hell where did you get this music from, what the heck
Is it? It's like Indie dance? The likes of which Coma play at times.
Only track I know is Vero!
Going to enjoy this.
Re: Amazing remix from Nick Muir of Caribou - Can't do without you (16 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)
Sneddon will be all over this, especially if it mixes nicely into Gat Decor.
haha, has it got that terrible vocal on it?
My thoughts exactly, I have tried and tried but I 'can do without' this track - I think it's horrible and from such a brilliant producer.
Everyone seems to adore it!
Nick Sneddon wrote:
these guys are well trendy aren't they
I think their sound is very niche and not exactly accessible, will be interesting to hear what they come up with.
Some great tracks, but maybe best for the dance floor.
We will know very soon.
these guys are well trendy aren't they
This is a brilliant mix, going to leave me hanging now though fackin' hell! Last track is where it's starting to step up a gear, marvelous how it progressed through two hours.
Loving both, King Unique's version is a little bit more raw for me though hence I prefer that.
Part 2 of the mix: Track 2: Steve Bug - Smoking Parrot.
Love his style, pretty similar his productions but a brilliant sound, always a strong hook.
Track 3: Inside - Cocolores.
Shame about it descending into an argument, it was not my intention.
Most people were slating Sasha, and they have been for what seems like years!
I for one feel glad that he played a set like that - seeming to have gotten people talking of what he is (still) capable of.
Ahhh yes the infamous Dermo.
Sasha has been playing some lacklustre tracks lately, his Sunday School session mix was a stand out - that Melbourne set left my cold though.
Nothing cheesy about the BPM set, I think he's answered his critics regardless if it's a conscious move.
check the mixes section mate
yeh it's good isn't it
Ah right Shaun, Spoke too soon!
I find it strange that nobody has mentioned this, you generally find Sasha of late being slated to fuck on here, not a peep though - even from the most vocal. He's not done it for me lately, but this mix is all guns blazing.
Any thoughts? Bad good, come on!
If he plays like this at the Albert Hall Manchester, I'll be pretty bloody pleased.
Re: What Dj's would you like to hear on Transitions (295 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)
Simply got to see Roland M Dill on the show, his style is fantastic and mixes online few and far between - he's my choice though.
I was meant to go this, came down with bastard viral meningitis so I ended up as far away as possible in hospital.
Brilliant looking/sounding festival, shame you missed it - hope you're feeling on the mend now though, that sounds pretty painful..
This sounds like a stormer! Anyone know what it is?
Edit: Tilt ft G-Man 30 hits of acid (King Unique remix)
Reet tune! Quivver mix is excellent too.
this is v.nice:
Stephan Bodzin - Sungam
Excellent track Shaun, have you heard it on a big system yet?
As for Live in Toronto: Easily grabbing me as much as London and beating Miami. That's on one mini mix!
Right up my street.