Michael Mayer in brighton last night was fucking mint - 4 hours of quality music

To quote a good man .... I was spangle dangled

Lucy 2/10

Total crock of shit not even redeemed by Scarlet Johanson (might have got 5/10 if there had been some bappage)

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smallman1 wrote:

2 hrs in and this is absolutely fcuking brilliant!

Cartsy - Been way too long, lets get a night out organised!

Agreed - on both counts Eduardo

Although its a bit trickier to throw kitchen sinks these days as need to factor in cover for little Sidney

I am heading to this with Denise & Taste - http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?732666

Back on topic ......

Birth of my son Sidney in March

Homegrove wrote:

Getting married.

Winning the weather lottery when it comes to my holiday-weather. It's rained nearly every day here during the summer, but the last two weeks we've had rain just once. This (my last holiday) week promises also nothing but sunshine and +20 degrees temperatures. It's a Finnish tradition that the country shuts down for July, but I've always taken my four weeks in August and not once had shit luck with weather.

Those two come to mind first.

Shotgun wedding?

Are you sure you're not expecting the pitter patter of tiny feet?!

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Its a 3 hour set Ed - some DJ's like to build things up y'know wink

Personally, I loved this & feel the need to see Jobby Jobberson out somewhere soon

Haven't seen Gravity so can't comment

However saying that because its best seen in iMax 3D doesn't automatically make it a shite film

steelydan wrote:

Mad Max

2/10  shite

Needed to be seen on an iMAX 3D - wouldn't have thought it translated as well to home viewing

seanc80 wrote:
Big Fella wrote:

Looks good that, do like Olivia Coleman, search out a low budget film she did called Tyrannosaur

Very good indeed.

Seen it, very good.

Dark but brilliant

Paddy Considine's first (& only) film as Director

Not your best recommendation Ed ............ S to the WERVE

http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?730203

Not sure Aril Bikha live is going to be up the right strasse for a stag do ....... Soul Clap might be a bit more 'accesible'

No bars or strippies though lads?

Off to Munich at the weekend (stag do)

It seemed a popular choice amongst the well travelled Bedrock cognoscenti

Any hot tips / recommendations?

(clubs / bars / strippies etc)

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BedRob wrote:
shaunstrudwick wrote:
BedRob wrote:

Its called news-source.tv , it's all closed up and a bit clandestine, you can no longer register

latest updates seem to be from 2013?

I did say it was under the radar

Well thats a great fucking help Rob wink

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Which website is that?

Know someone on Plus1HD and thats been quite reliable

BedRob wrote:

Said it before and i will say it again, all in HD streaming for £3 a month, any sports event you could wish for on Sky/BT/Setanta and all the PPV............and not any glitches or buffering in sight

Can wait till i get my smart TV in a couple of weeks so i can sit back and watch it all on my glorious "50" instead of hooking my laptop up

We get royally fucked by the TV companies in this country, more profile should take stand IMO

millsy23 wrote:

Just bought the 57 Weber, chimney, tool set, charcoal. Tidy doris on the till was all smiles. She knew the fucking score. Got a hose reel and gun attachment too. I feel so alive. Touran into first. Let's roll.

Good work Millsy - I purchased the Weber Premium last year with chimney & haven't looked back

Big Fella wrote:

Yep Lucy was dross.

Imitation Game was typical Hollywood fodder all tied up in a pretty bow.

Really ........ apart from the fact its a true story - from what i could fathom there wasn't any bits made up to pad it out or make it  'Hollywood friendly'

Looking forward to your next review BF

Imitation Game - 8.5/10  (bit late on this I know)

What a story - knew very little about the details behind cracking Enigma & the legend that is Alan Turing. Its crazy its taken this long for his story to be told

Great casting (even though Keira Knightley fucking annoys me)

Made me bloody well proud to be British - huzzah!!

This gets a double thumbs up in the Wrongun household

Soundtracked a sneaky BBQ last Monday & my mate was v impressed

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Did one from 14,000 yonks ago when travelling in Australia - Mission Beach - was fucking amazing

https://www.skydivemissionbeach.com.au/ … wgodnD0AYA

If theres a place to do it, its somewhere like there

Would I do it again?  Yes, but would have to be somewhere similar (not the UK)

Wildlife Festival in a couple of weeks time http://wildlifefestival.com/

Should be a good crack & first time its been held down on the South Coast

Plus, its down the road, which is brucey bonus - sleep in in my own bed & hot showers = winner
(theres no camping on site anyway)

Nick Sneddon wrote:
shaunstrudwick wrote:

anyone else loving Empire on E4?

it's Yank trash - but good Yank trash

Saw the trailer for that, giving it a massive swerve

The Wife watches when bored & feeding the littlun ........ think that sums it up Shaun

S to the Werve

http://www.mixesdb.com/w/2014-08-29_-_L … urning_Man

[000] Blond:ish - Wunderkammer [Kompakt - CD 118D]
[005] James What & Dan Berkson - Lost Solina [Get Weird]
[013] System 7 - Positivenoise (Carl Craig Remix) [A Wave - AAWIT 708]
[022] Bicep - NRG106 [Aus - 1462]
[029] ?
[033] Romano Alfieri & Luca Bear - Leave The Valley [Great Stuff - GSRDIG 012]
[037] David August - Epikur [Ministry Of Sound]
[044] Karol XVII & MB Valence - Butterfly [Toolroom Longplayer - TOOL373/01Z]
[052] Odd Parents - Learn To Fly (Maceo Plex Flight Home Remix) [Balance - BAL 013D]
[057] Ian Pooley - The Beginning (Dub) [Innervisions - IV 53]
[064] Kollektiv Turmstrasse - Ordinary (Lake Peoples Circle Motive Remix) [Ministry Of Sound - MOSE 334GAS]
[070] Rebelski - Paper Tree [Invisible Thread - IVT 002]
[079] Storm Queen - Look Right Through (The Kenneth Bager Experience Remix) [Music For Dreams - ZZZCD 0063]
[084] Jamie Lloyd - May I? (Quarion Remix) [Future Classic - FCL 23]
[092] Soundmonsters - Feed My World (Powel Remix) [Phono.Ton - PHO 99017]
[097] Igor Vicente - Mystericordia (Rodriguez Jr Remix)
[103] Rodriguez Jr - Persistence Of Vision [Defected]
[109] Dan Croll - From Nowhere (Âme Remix)
[117] Nils Fram - Peter (The Drifter Remix)
[123] ?
[129] Nupacific - Mahana [Curl Curl - MUSIC 12]
[136] Few Nolder & Kurak - Houly Pouly (Dave DK DJ Version) [Silence - 021]
[142] Lehar - Sargas (Mario Basanov Remix) [Connaisseur - CNS 068]
[149] Gabriel Ananda - Tale Of The Oblivious Llama [Clic - CR 003]
[156] Kaiser Souzai - 1976 [Trapez - 137.5]
[167] Trentemøller - Always Something Better (DJ Tennis/Mind Against Remix) [Poker Flat - PFR 156]
[173] Behrouz - Endless Summer [Forthcoming: All Day I Dream]
[181] Pitto - You [Defected]
[187] AEONIX Feat. Kelly Day - A Star Was Born

Shaun - why oh why do you keep using these yoot abbreviations such as FTW

Its not that hard to type an additional couple of words that actually make sense

shaunstrudwick wrote:

Pacquiao FTW

can't stand Mayweather

Did the infamous meet up between Flares & ETC materialise?

Don't be sore because your prog credentials aren't up to scratch BF

The Manor (R.I.P.) was amazing not only for its power prog, but just as importantly for the healthy quota of extremely fit ladies

What more could a man wish for ........

millsy23 wrote:
Big Fella wrote:

Are good looking women really that rare in Bournemouth?

chocablock with them round these parts Paul. Summer is just one long banking session. The things I've seen!