That is fucking tragic
Looks good, I'll be buying this
Threw a mix together last week, here's a link if anyone fancies a listen
Oona Dahl - Let the Light In
Oona Dahl - You Gave Me Life (Petrichor mix)
Lee Burridge & Lost Desert - Lingala (Gorje Hewek and Izhevski mix)
Dee Montero - Solace (Original mix)
Damian Uzabiaga/Memo Insua - Planetary Anatomy (Original mix)
Koelle - Imaginary Path
Lee Burridge & Lost Desert - Lingala (Original mix)
Rampa - Necessity
Ame - Cape Coast
Guy Gerber - Secret Encounters
Frankey & Sandrino - Hubble
Ryan Davis - Brun (Luca Bacchetti Endless mix)
I Have A Tribe - Yellow Raincoats (Frank Wiedemann mix)
I always liked this Creamer and K mix...
Agreed, great mix
Mix done last weekend that turned out quite proggy...
Lane 8 - Midnight
Moshic featuring Joe Elbaz - Feed My Soul (Original mix)
Miss Melera - Mint (Jonas Saalbach mix)
Maurice Aymard - Stripped
Andy Caldwell - In The Middle (Sinders Dub mix)
Lee Van Dowski - Elle
Kiasmos - Swept (Tale of Us mix)
Jelly For The Babies - Aragvi (Original mix)
Jimmy Van M - Sanctuary (Alfonso Muchacho mix)
Tom Glass - Doodleedoo (Original mix)
Olafur Arnalds feat Arnor Dans - So Far (Guy Manztur mix)
Tom Glass - Attribute (Original mix)
He's posting on Facebook looking for votes for the RA Poll too.
How the mighty have fallen
Prodigy mix of Front 242 - Religion, great tune that.
Just finished Amitav Ghosh - Flood of Fire. Great ending to his Ibis Trilogy. I'd recommend these three books, cracking reads.
Reading The Girl Who Sang To The Buffalo at the moment. It's only alright, looking forward to finishing it and moving on to something else.
They did play that tune, it's so bad. The rest of it was good though
Sounds similar to the gig I was at except he played for close to 2 hours, with no warm up act.
He does have bags of talent, it was great to hear Says live, quite a moment when it built up to the crescendo.
Like yourself, I'll be back to see him next time he's in town
Went to Nils Frahm here in Dublin a couple of months ago and he was excellent.
How was the gig Millsy?
There's no discernable echo in the room from the tiles. The tiles were the compromise with the missus for soundproofing the room. It doubles as a utility room, basically for buggies, prams, kids shit. Between the various other soundproofing techniques you mentioned, it's good enough for me. I don't need a pro setup and I can batter away on the decks without pissing off the wife, kids or neighbours.
I soundproofed our utility room recently and did pretty much exactly what you describe Dermo but have tiles on the floor.
It does work quite well, even with the tiles. I have 3 young kids and haven't woken them up while playing the decks.
What can be heard outside of the room is just the bass. I might take Loopy's bass trap advice
I used to play that Ogenki Clinic mix of Digital Reason all the time, absolutely top tune.
Will be giving this mix a whirl.
Well said Dan. For me, this gets played after that.
I think it will sound huge on a big system. Looking forward to hearing it live.
I agree it isn't immediately identifiable as your classic Leftfield but it'll be interesting to see what the rest of the album sounds like
Re: The Golden Age of Prog/trance... 1996-2001 (900 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)
It's what Frankie and Larry would have wanted
I saw Felix play a few years back and he ended with an instrumental remix of Metallica - Enter Sandman. I'd have gladly been turned away at the door that night