what is this mad darkness ?
^ very niice!
Sounds like the magic was in the air that night.. good for you!
I am hoping for him and JD in there at some point this year..
I will be there but not going to that.. 90-100 minute set doesn't make much sense
Sad they won't play any proper parties after tho..
hoping to catch Sasha on a boat and Digweed in a club
They won't broadcast John's set unfortunately
dné - These Semi Feelings, They Are Everywhere
Esperanza Spalding - Emily's D+Evolution
Jean-Michel Blais - II
The Range - Potential
Kamasi Washington - Throttle Elevator Music Iv
beats antique - shadowbox
a tribe called quest - we got it from here
rufus du sol - bloom
Bon Iver - 22, A Million
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Skeleton Tree
^just wait for the sasha&jd night
New wettie & surfboard...AND for my in-laws to fall off a cliff into a patch of cactus.
not sure if all hype, but I've seen quite a few in the water and feedback seems to good for the price
Re: **The Bedrock "Rate The Last Movie You Watched" Thread** (6,317 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)
Nocturnal Animals - 8/10
Arrival - 9/10
Got to see Dixon and Seth Troxler this year.. I would take Troxler's set 9/10 times over Dixon's for the reasons discussed in the article. It almost felt like those two are on the opposite sides of the scale..
^ I will be seeing that for sure
Re: What are you listening to at the moment? (8,130 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)
still an incredible work of art this mix.
"nae friends in this Business..Jist Associates.."
The dem party's plan backfired so beautifully it almost feels good despite the final result. They actually helped Trump trough the primaries, and got rid of Sanders creating the perfect little storm..
Good read here: https://medium.com/@trentlapinski/dear- … 0cdb13c597
as soon as he got Florida it was done..
its going to be fun to watch the stock market today
Re: New Bedrock Ep - Martin Eyerer, Mihai Popoviciu & Marcus Homm (1 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)
"Don't worry, when Article 50 is invoked you'll see. You'll go outside one day and your neighbour Akmed will have been transformed into a plucky local plumber called Dave who was able to afford a new house since there'll be no eastern Europeans stealing his business. You'll walk down the street in town and find that where before stood a Polish shop they'll be new British owned butchers doing a roaring trade, and best of all it'll all be British meat provided by Britain's booming agricultural sector and there won't be a single Halal cut in there. Further down the road you'll see Poundland, which has changed its name to 20p land, as all the fantastic new trade deals Britain was able to sign with booming economies like New Zealand will have made everything so affordable. Walking through town all you'll see are smiling British faces and hear people speaking proper local English. That multiracial gang of hoodies that hung around the park will have been replaced by a bunch of public schoolboys playing cricket and shouting things like "Jolly good show!", the girls drinking cider by the bus stop will now be tucking into ham sandwiches and scotch eggs with lashing of ginger beer. What was previously Salim's Kebab Palace will now be a proper English chippy, everything comes with extra gravy and a piece of haddock will cost less than a quid as the removal of fishing quotas will have made all forms of fish bountiful and completely sustainable. What used to be a chicken shop is now a proper English pub, with real ale that isn't interfered with by the EU, you'll also be able to smoke indoors like a real man. Outside streets will be clean and pothole free, all the lawns freshly cut, all the cars new and shiny (in part thanks to the amazing trade deals Germany had to give us when they realised they needed us to buy their cars). People will leave their front doors unlocked and children will play safely in the street again, without fear of traffic or strangers.
On the rare occasion you do see a foreigner, if it's not a tourist partaking of our thriving competitive tourism sector come to wonder at our green and pleasant land, it'll only be some humble national stereotype, eternally grateful for the opportunity to dwell in our utopian nation. You might run into Deepak, the only Indian in town, turbaned and dressed in the traditional garb of his people, loyal servant of the British Empire who is entrusted to work as a hotel doorman. Perhaps you'll meet Gorge, a swarthy Spaniard prone to afternoon naps with a comical demeanour who is permitted to work as a waiter, or Antoine his maitre d, a suave sophisticated Frenchman with a thin moustache and a slight odour of garlic, perhaps you'll even meet Svetlana, an absurdly beautiful sultry Swedish exchange student who finds it impossible to resist the charms of a true moderately overweight middle aged Brit. As you can see there's no reason to think that post-Brexit Britain won't be a shining beacon of progressive cultural diversity for the world, it'll simply be that all the immigrants will be "good immigrants", the kind that speak perfect English, act just like Britons and earn over £36,000 a year, paying half of that to the government for the privilege of using the NHS. The NHS now of course being a luxury service with private rooms for every patient each fitted with a state of the art 4k resolution 3d television and a new gaming console.
From then on things will only get better. The EU will collapse and be so poor they'll accept anything we offer, world investment will flood to Britain, countries will sign agreements allowing Britons freedom of movement all over Europe so you can still retire in Spain, but won't expect us to return the favour. Good old British industries like car manufacturing and coal mining will become world leaders. Jobs will pay so well that the whole country will be living like kings, the pound will be worth so much we'll be able to go on holiday and it'll be cheap like it was in the old days. Britain will go from strength to strength. Canada, Australia, India, they'll all decide to get the old team back together and willingly take dominion status, thus making Britain the greatest super power in the world. It will be a British renaissance, the BBC will make comedy even funnier than the time Del Boy fell through the bar, and drama even more intense than the Great British Bake Off. Brexit is going to be a dream, don't you worry about it. "
Probably just me but it sounds like its got a classic rock vibe to it.. very cool
Thanks for sharing!
I went trough 3 cat4 storms while living in south east Florida.. the worst of it all was always to loss of power. You just sit there in 95% humidity for weeks.. good times.
My mom still lives in Palm Beach county so I am hoping its not too bad.
I just heard that this thing can loop around and hit Florida twice
lots of hype around the camera on this..
same small sensor as the previous models so
improvements in IQ, if any, will be marginal..
the big one has the dual cam going on which can do a few cool tricks, but again.. when it comes to image quality I don't expect anything special.
Got the 6 last year so probably will wait till next year and get the 7S when they fix all the problems they'll have with the 7, or might go for the 5se which is basically the 6 in the body of an iPhone 5
I think its straight to 8 after this.. whatever it is rumors are that they will be getting rid of the home button, and the screen goes OLED.
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