I stupidly started taking photos in Berghain, and got reprimanded by a bunch of locals.

Camera got confiscated and never got it back. Lesson learned.


Quality club, but also pure filth.

The Vikings pretty much founded Dublin, so it must be my Norse blood !

I've recently noticed that a disproportionate number of my Progressive House circle were into metal / heavy metal before they discovered Prog.

I was a total Metallica, Faith No More, Pantera etc nut, before I came across the likes of Digweed.

Is this a coincidence, or is there more to it?

Dermatron wrote:

Just boring muck imo. Couldn't even be arsed to finish it.

There's a few quality track in the second half. Give it another listen. It's actually pretty good.

It's perfect dinner party music.

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mr rossi wrote:
Pricer wrote:

The World will be far safer under Trump.



Hopefully he'll wipe out those Saudi scumbags.

Hey, I'm multifaceted....!

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Wally wrote:

Looks like its going to be Trump in the whitehouse then. The world will burn.



Really? He's saying that ISIS is an American creation. He's saying that we need to stop funding terrorists. He was against the Iraq war in 2003 (unlike Hillary, who is also responsible for the Libya disaster).....

I could go on.

The World will be far safer under Trump.

Oh, and he'll release the redacted 28 pages for the 9/11 Congressional report, which implicates Saudi Arabia.

Hopefully he'll wipe out those Saudi scumbags.

Have to say. What John is doing with these Live Mixes is completely cutting edge. In terms of the format and delivery - it's never been done before. Well done. Will definitely be purchasing this.

By the way. The only way we can get my 3 month old son to not cry in the car, is to have Live in Montreal on.....!

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furry wrote:
Pricer wrote:

They're hiding in their safe spaces.

Thought this might interest you as you seem to clearly understand the cesspool some colleges have become.


LOL.....that's gas!

Oh, I'm triggered.

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The Canadians need to build the wall now to keep out Lena Dunham. She says she's moving to Canada if Trump wins.

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Dermatron wrote:

Would the sepo's who said you'll never see Trump as President all come forward now please?

They're hiding in their safe spaces.

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I honestly can't wait for a Trump v Hillary head to head.

He's going to demolish old Crooked Hillary.

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Phil McRrackin wrote:

You should maybe go down alphabet street.



I'll get my coat


A+

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Duh.....thanks !

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Is the second half available to listen to?

I can only find the first half

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mullykid wrote:

Those last few tracks would have sounded amazing live.

Probably. I was too busy talking rubbish to a French bird.

Let's see what Dermatron thinks about this one.

https://www.mixcloud.com/ProgressiveDee … 6-april-2/

Dermatron wrote:
seanc80 wrote:

lol.

And it doesn't have that not-so-unique tired, rinsed-to-bits sound that has been the trademark of anything 'progressive house has had to offer over the past 10 years

Meow Sean. You could always go and hang around the Mano le Tough message board.

Before he became a DJ, Mano le Tough had a band called Hang Tough.

LOL.

Chaps.

I can't mix for my life, I even find Traktor difficult. However, my mate Brian Byrne makes quality mixes all the time. So, I thought I'd share his latest mix with you.

https://www.mixcloud.com/byrnze/after-our-220316/

It's pure comtemporary prog.

Have a listen, if you feel like it.

seanc80 wrote:

La Nausse is barred from the Button Factory for putting his Harry Hickey in some unit's drink ion 2004.

No the screaming will definitely be from Pricer Id wager.

Yeah, I was screaming my head off alright!

Sean doesn't scream at gigs, he takes notes.

Now that hear it, I actually remember a lot of the first hour!

Anything after 12:30am is a complete blur.

mullykid wrote:

How long did he play for? 3 hours?

I'd say he played just over 2 hours.

Rave Lizard wrote:
Pricer wrote:

best Sasha show I've seen in many years.

This phrase gets used over and over again for Sasha gigs.However it always lacks longevity.

Yeah, I know what you mean. I don't know whether you'd consider last night's gig a classic. However, he banged out some really trippy tracks and quality techno which blew me away. The crowd was well up for it too, which always helps.

We've had too many false dawns with Sasha over the last 15 years, soim not getting my hopes up too much !

Top drawer stuff. Really. Cutting edge music......best Sasha show I've seen in many years.

I saw Jarre a while back in Dublin.

It was like Spinal Tap went electronic.