(56 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Yep cheers for the d/l

Though I echo what someone said earlier - with the glut of Live Ins I've got, I'd prefer to hear a studio mix from the ginger ninja.


(61 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Dermatron wrote:

Lol who rattled your cage ? Take it you're another man driving a birds car then? To even try to put a hairdressers tt in the same sentence as an S3 or the amg is proof enough that your haven't got a fucking clue.

Other hairdressers cars

Audi A1
Mazda mx 3
Mini Cooper
Porsche Boxster
That silly little Peugeot

Nobody rattled my cage chief. I'm far too sanguine for that. You should try it. I just thought it funny that you think an S3 is a man's car and a TT is a hairdresser's car. An S3 is what you drive if you cant handle (or indeed afford) an RS3.

I don't drive a 'birds car', I don't think. But given your view, who knows? I do have more than a clue about cars, though. Get back to me when your dreams exceed 2 litres and we can talk about proper motors.


(61 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Dermatron wrote:
303 abuser wrote:

repair costs aside, love my audi.  i've had a tt quatro coupe for a dozen or so years and it's super fun to drive.  even handles canadian winters like a champ.

aaah sorry love, didnt realise you were a hairdresser.

Says the man who gets a lob on about an S3 and dreams of a Merc hatchback...


(23 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

I did get the RP6 G3s in the end. Though I note from the age of this thread that it took me 18 months to get around to it!

Advice in here was spot on - they're exactly what I was looking for. Tremendous for house parties and easily fill a big room.


(207 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

I've got 3 tickets for the Sunday if anybody wants to buy them? Stalls row K. Face value of £93, collect from Farringdon area.

smallman1 wrote:

Bought some flatbreads with hummus in mind on the weekend, couldn't find any for toffee and had to settle for guacamole instead.

That's probably the most middle class sentence I've ever written.

In a similar vein I had a mild tantrum trying to spell the fucker on Waitrose's website for the big shop.

Looking forward to this. Dependable DJ, Warren.

Thought the first half of slasher was plop.

The Vonda7 guest mix was utter dirge. Appalling tracks and mixing.

Unbroken1 wrote:
elrobertos wrote:

Does anyone have a digi copy of Golden Girls 'Kinetic' (Frank De Wulf Remix)?

Thanks in advance.

...check your PM's

Legend. Thanks.

Does anyone have a digi copy of Golden Girls 'Kinetic' (Frank De Wulf Remix)?

Thanks in advance.

Fucking awful racket.

Reminds me of everything I dislike about dance music.


(131 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

smallman1 wrote:

Might head here later -


Hold tight for feedback.

Tremendous sour dough pizza. The one on Exmouth Market (dunno if there's more of them)? It's like Franco Manca before that went mainstream. Recommended.

Senns for me. Have had mine 20 years. Rock solid and great sound.


(9 replies, posted in Mixes & Free Downloads)

Nice one chief, cheers.


(9 replies, posted in Mixes & Free Downloads)

Great mix - really enjoyed it. Any chance of a d/l, please?

Thinks we'd be better off without that horde of Johnny foreigners and intends to vote to leave the EU.


(23 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

If the venue can play music from an iPod, why can't they use another device that has a 3.5mm jack output? Like a phone?

seanc80 wrote:

how to set the grid in order to avoid fucking about with the touch strip please Jamie

I'd also really benefit from this plus the settings you mention. I've also had no luck finding a decent tutorial elosewhere


Thanks Matt and Beats. It is indeed the track I thought it was!

Jamie - where d'you hear that?

Excited about this release. Loved the original.

Edit- they're on Soundcloud now https://soundcloud.com/bedrock_rec/sets … antzur-sad

Gents, where are you listening to these remixes? I can find shit-all online. Hoping the D-Nox and Beckers version is the unknown track that Nick has been rinsing.

Some great tracks on both parts of this mix inc rerub of Sad Robot.

If anyone can ID the track at 1h50 on part 1 I'd appreciate it...

Edit - it's Jamin Hernandez, Sutja Gutierrez, Gabriel I - Wunderlust (Sasse Dub)

I'm in for this.

I fully expect to be a regretful, walking shambles of a man tomorrow.


(10 replies, posted in Mixes & Free Downloads)

Brilliant mix. One of the best I've heard for ages. Flow and build both spot on.


jules72 wrote:

http://mixing.dj/2016/livesets/nick-war … 2-01-2016/

Right on cue another stonking set from Warren.... Personally think he is on fire these days

Agree with Jules - this is a great example of what he's good at. Nick is a tremendous DJ. I've never had a bad night with him behind the decks - and that's not something I could say about any of his peers.

Who cares if all his mixes aren't perfectly in phrase? That's the least interesting thing about what makes a good DJ.

And whoever said he's more of a producer than a DJ has his prog creds in utter tatters.

This mix is tremendous. It's so refreshing to listen to something a bit different to the usual prog fests I tend to favor. The track selection, programming and mixing are all really impressive.