Bit hazy on the Fanciulli Social set TBH, but his last track was fucking brilliant

Would love to know what it was

I;d go and see S&D at Social again this year rather then trek it up to a Northern car park - chance to ogle at the Kent chav fanny as well

Unfortunately I'll be flying back from holiday that day so got no chance

liquitech1 wrote:

..finished Gomorra finally, Sopranos just shades it because of its humour side but only just. Did someone say a third series is in the works?

edit: Nov 6th 2018 sad

Reckon its Autumn this year but not 100% sure

They just did a launch event at end of May for Series 3, according to the official Facebook page


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Wally wrote:

Really enjoyed this - the guest mix especially - some lovely tuneage big_smile

Seconded on the guest mix

Sounds acers - well jels

Team Innervision - … &hl=en

Think the ears need turning the right way round

His name is amazing - Bazza Lazza Tezza

I'm registered as postal vote.

will be doing what I did last time though and just handing it in at local polling station (as havent been convinced until v recently who to give my vote)


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Dan Harwood wrote:

You've been with a bird six months and got her up the duff already? Talk about entrapment!!!

Congrats Loopy

Although there wont be one person on this board that is thinking, "what the fucking hell have you done?" / "does she know what she's let herself into?"


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That wasn't my point, thanks Dan

However do LOVE the mix of imagination on the Balance SOS CD's

Its Camerons fucking fault the cunt. 

No power hungry, look at me, here's my legacy Brexit vote and we wouldn't have had any of this bollox

May is shit, Labour has more appealing polices but Corbyn is too entrenched as a far left to really want to get in (and the less said about Abbot the better)

Woe is me


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smallman1 wrote:

This little Bobby Dazzler.

TBF George from Peppa Pig would be absolutely all over that Ed  (not so sure about the treacles)


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universoGus wrote:
spinnerlg wrote:

It's an odd one Gus, but I think for me the first half of the night was more an audible thing. People were not too sure what was going to happen, and just 'took it all in' rather than get their phones out and video it. There are a few things on youtube of 'Rooms' which was in the first half IIRC. But it was just more a soaking up of the sounds going on. The second part was more upbeat.. plus I think things made more of a connection with people so the thought was more 'I have to get a snip of this'. Well, that was my thinking of it anyway...

aaaa okkkk,

thats really really good !!
i don´t like at all People immersed in their shit cell phones, in whatever situation I mean,
Is part of the current bizarre human being

so I am part of this bizarre shit asking this now,

We are a very fucked up specie

Amen Gus, amem


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No wonder you're 20 stone Rhouses - all you do is get stoned, wash TV & eat … l-at-disco

great mix.  would love a download so can blast it out in the car / gym

Nah, thats Presto's speciality isnt it

Love the description on Soundcloud:
Our friend Carli Löf – true musical genius, master producer of everything from rugged & raw grime scorchers to straight up Eurovision goodness – finally debuts on Barnhus, with nothing less than a timeless, laser-soaked rave hymn. On the flip we have our very own Pedrodollar Nordkvist flexin some serious remix muscle with your choice of contemplative comedown house and/or solemn ode to ancient trance gods.

In the words of a friend-of-a-Scottish-friend:

“Oh aye – that's a fuckin 3am punch yer mate in the face with joy effort. Well intae this! Just out of jail after 20 years and first night out with the old crew. Take a few eccies and that tune comes on and you turn to your pal, put your arm round him all sweaty and say 'it's just like a remembered it. I'm gonnae be awrite'.”

Diminished Responsibility wrote:
Homegrove wrote:
ghostriddenhuffy wrote:

I have Star Wars pajamas - nice flannel ones too.

Missus bought me Darth Vader boxers. From the kids department. I love her most for her subtle fuck yous.

Have the millennium falcon, ghost and phantom ships from star wars rebels and kylo ren's command shuttle (opening scene in Force Awakens) in lego.

Additionally, I have 6 Star Wars Samurai figures from the Bandai Tamashii Movie Realization series - love these and will keep collecting them. Have a bunch of other Darth Vader figures as well.

I think you guys have seen the flip flops.

And when will you be growing up exactly?  No wonder kids aren't on the cards, you're wife is a full time Mum already

Good to hear, miss ETC

Hope he's still baiting the Evening Standard on a daily/weekly basis

Dark Sky - The Walker (Danny Daze mix) … na-remixes

shaunstrudwick wrote:
roberto wrote:

Manchester By The Sea - loved this film. Affleck acts the main part wonderfully. Take your bird to see it - 9/10

supposed to be depressing as fuck?

Had avoided it for exactly the same reason Strudders.  By no means is it one of your fantasy comic book romps me ol mucka, nor is it a 'birds' film

However, brilliantly acted.  As Rooerto says Affleck Jr is superb, as is everyone else. Enjoyed it much more than I thought I would

Some sort of attempt at an April's fool?

Boring wrote:
shaunstrudwick wrote:
fadass wrote:

No it's not.

Worst klang ever.

Keeley Hawes ^ along with my niece

I watched another two of these. One about a crossword which was very good and another about a works party which was piss poor.

This third series has been hit & miss (more miss unfortunately). 
Hopefully you caught last nights one - The 12 Days of Christine

Its a repeat from the second series and is brilliant.  Amps will like it too as it has Sheidan Smith in it