This is absolutely shithot news.

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seanc80 wrote:

http://guineys.ie/menswear-325.html

Fill your boots

Is that shop real?


Oh My.

smallman1 wrote:

These opinions on Kent are absolutely fascinating.

Happy to help.

Have you anything interesting to add?

For once?

Dan Harwood wrote:

Kent is the garden of England. You clearly went to the wrong places.

I went to a few places in Kent, the right places are out of Kent in my experience.

My then GF studied at Canterbury University so I have been there a fair few times.

Dan Harwood wrote:

Kent is the garden of England. You clearly went to the wrong places.

Leeds Castle was nice, Cunterbury ruined because of the people & Maidstone & Rochester full of the rudest arrogant twats I've ever met.

I bet that Festival is all kinds of horrific, of all the places to play it's to a bunch of posing wannabe Londoners.

Boring wrote:
Beats'N'Pieces wrote:
Boring wrote:

I finally watched There will be Blood this weekend.  The first hour is top notch,  it got a little messy thereafter.

I'm definitely going to give this a second watch because I sense I was at fault for the second hour rather than the film.

I love it, it's one of my favourite films with Moon.

Dark as fuck, melancholy & ruthless. Subtle too. Powerhouse acting.

'I drink it all up!!'

I've got a feeling I missed a lot of stuff going on. There's must be a Games of Thrones like metaphor for the West fucking over a religious the Middle East that completely went over my head.

I don't know hardly anything about Game of Thrones, I rarely watch telly. Won't ruin it for others explaining the ' I drink it all up' line. Watch it again for sure, I'll never bore of it but it's a dark watch and sometimes a bit much.

https://soundcloud.com/when-we-dip/d-no … we-dip-056

D-Nox & Beckers mix first track.

Boring wrote:

I finally watched There will be Blood this weekend.  The first hour is top notch,  it got a little messy thereafter.

I'm definitely going to give this a second watch because I sense I was at fault for the second hour rather than the film.

I love it, it's one of my favourite films along with Moon.

Dark as fuck, melancholy & ruthless. Subtle too. Powerhouse acting.

'I drink it all up!!'

HER:

8/10

Great acting & a fairly unnerving film. The possibility of this happening is neigh on certain in the future. I have to admit it got me in parts.

Think of the part in Demolition Man where they have VR sex but not as cheesy as that scene or any of that abomination of a film.

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I swear I saw that they're playing loads more dates after the 'Social', I seem to remember a few more places in the UK & all over the world; It was on one of the first posts about the reunion unless it's 'wishful thinking'

Kent is the most unfriendly place I have ever had the misfortune of spending time in, I fucking hated/hate it.

jules72 wrote:
liquitech1 wrote:
Beats'N'Pieces wrote:

This is absolutely top draw, Digweeds build up is class and C-Jays guest mix is one of the best in a long, long time it's got a real Digweed esque nature to it. Not just a load of half arsed, half decent tunes but a proper build. What a talent.

...I was wondering if we were listening to the same mix as it sounds like an hour of average trax smashed together and it feels even worse hearing it through the laptop than on the actual night itself, which was only alright. As Digweed mixes go this is massively average.

I'm with you here - a rare dull live mix from Diggers

Dull is a bit harsh in my opinion, the CJ Mix trumps Digweed on this occasion though - his mix is far from dull.

seanc80 wrote:

4) Dubshape & LEON - Nice & Smooth

Big Burridge track from last year

Apparently on this mix it's Dubshape - The Cabinet.

It sounds exactly the same, I don't get it?

Another to the list to ID, I'd have gone mad to this and the crowd aren't reacting at all..

Skydney wrote:

D-Nox and Beckers remix is ace.

Isn't it just, a really nice groove. Unlike the Rich Lane mix, which I also love, it stays a lot truer to the original.

Digweeds mix is excellent this week, loads of different flavours from brilliant opening remix to the sublime track 'the Bar Tender' to some seriously nasty grooves. No tracklist at the moment which is odd.

https://soundcloud.com/cityfox/foxcast-14-joncharnis

How have I never give this guy a listen? Absolutely class, a different class.

1) Lorenzo Dada - Love Apparel (Axel Boman Remix)
2) Vincenzo - Malvern Road
3) Vincenzo - Follow
4) Dubshape & LEON - Nice & Smooth
5) Li - Polymer (Diogo Ribeiro Remix)
6) Smash TV - Ark
7) ID - ID (Very Brief)
8) Matador - Dinkys
9) Vincenzo - Melbs
10) Doza - It Comes In Waves
11) Smash TV - Nishiki

Homegrove wrote:

Some guy is pretty excited in the audience.

Epic breakdown at 35 minutes.

I don't know that track, it's the only one I have no idea about. This is after:

Does the guy make a bad track? This is possibly my favourite of the mix.

This is absolutely top draw, Digweeds build up is class and C-Jays guest mix is one of the best in a long, long time it's got a real Digweed esque nature to it. Not just a load of half arsed, half decent tunes but a proper build. What a talent.

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Homegrove wrote:

It's a new remix of Coyu & Ramiro Lopez - That's Not Happening.

Tune after that, it's an absolute bullet.

Henry Rindhoops wrote:

What are we saying here lads? If this track was food, it would be garlic bread? Is it really that good??

More like Game stew.

It's one of those that Digweed plays that never seems to see the light of day sadly, hope I'm wrong.

erik.b wrote:

The track at the end sounds like a Victor Ruiz track

Maybe, I'm not so sure. I mean the track at the end. The first track is a forthcoming remix of 'That's not happening'

Presto wrote:

I love drugs.

Type of track that makes you feel as though you're blasted when you haven't touched a thing.

fletcher wrote:

Lighting guy is pretty chill.

What is it with these silly internet phrases?