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zackster wrote:

ehhh. i'm more excited about nina's dj kicks.

Ill only listen to that if its 100% vinyl

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will never happen in this country

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Ill be very surprised if anything has changed this weekend

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Fabric nightclub is today facing closure after four drug-related deaths at the venue.

Police have called for a review of its licence, saying that over the past three years, eight people have collapsed,  four of whom died, at the Farringdon club after taking MDMA, ecstasy and other drugs.

In the last incident in September, an 18-year-old girl fell ill and later died  in hospital after buying MDMA inside the venue — twice voted the world’s best club.

Islington council’s licensing committee is due to review Fabric’s licence tonight.

In a police report submitted to the committee, Pc Steven Harrington said: “It attracts clientele from all over Europe and it would seem that the immaturity or lifestyle of these patrons leads to them becoming actively involved in the taking of illegal drugs and this could account for the disproportionate and wholly unacceptable number of deaths and near death incidents at the venue.”

Stripping Fabric of its licence is being “seriously considered”, the police said.  They are demanding the club increases security, including using sniffer dogs. Police said Fabric is one of the capital’s most troublesome clubs, with 12 drug possession or dealing offences for MDMA, ecstasy and Ketamine recorded between April and October this year.

Tonight’s licence review has sparked floods of letters from members of the public, both for and against closure.

One local resident described watching a group of men “out of their box on something more than alcohol” trying to climb fences. But another neighbour wrote: “Keep it open... this is the funkyness of the area we embraced.”

Famous for house and techno nights, Fabric has been crowned best club in the world twice by DJ Magazine.

A spokesman for Fabric declined to comment.'

Lets hope they see sense tonight

smallman1 wrote:

When and where is the meet up?

Be good to put names to the faces..

Fuck knows what time Ill be there mate, we’ve met before so Ill recognise you anyways. Tell you what, Ill bring an inflatable hammer with me and hold it aloft all night

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EDWARDTHECONFESSOR wrote:

we'll end up with carlton cole. Mercy

You watch your mouth

I think your home form will keep you up, with help from Austin obvs

smallman1 wrote:
Nick Sneddon wrote:
smallman1 wrote:

Are you extracting the Michael ref that Sven Vath track Sned and Dutchy?

No mate – do you not like it?

It's not that, it's just that most of the boards Dj's have been playing it in all of their sets.

Think I said somewhere on another thread Ive been out of touch this year mate, is why I haven’t heard it

smallman1 wrote:

Are you extracting the Michael ref that Sven Vath track Sned and Dutchy?

No mate – do you not like it?

dutchy101 wrote:

CDs 1 & 2 are excellent and CD3 starts off great. It then veers off track for a few tracks for me. Not Finished the last CD yet, but sounds like it's coming back to the stuff I like towards the end again.

All in all a great CD, but don't think it tops London. Needs a few more listens I think.

Yep that’s what I found – it seems to get a bit flat in the middle of CD3, need to listen again though. Cant believe I haven’t heard that Sven Vath track before its fantastic

bedrockscott wrote:

Enjoy it Nick and thanks for all of the comments on the release, glad people are liking it

Nice one pal

Got mine last night, looking forward to ‘rinsing’ it ‘out’ this weekend

Diminished Responsibility wrote:

Searching for Sugar Man 9/10

Absolutely brilliant movie. No spoilers, just watch it.

Documentary isn’t it? Been meaning to see this for a while

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Big Fella wrote:
Nick Sneddon wrote:
Big Fella wrote:

Keep Citeh and Chelsea busy in the Champs League is good for our business, Presto!

Isn’t it just


Well in Nick, nice to see you rode my challenge earlier wink

Im very sceptical about our game the weekend, the wheels have to fall off at some point and things are going too well atm

You boys should win comfortably imo, both defences are dire but at least you have some decent firepower

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Big Fella wrote:

Keep Citeh and Chelsea busy in the Champs League is good for our business, Presto!

Isn’t it just

joeyp wrote:

Going mountain biking this weekend in the lakes and intend to listen to it in full. Moist.

that sounds perfect, aside from the moist part obviously

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joeyp wrote:
Big Fella wrote:

FAO Liverpool Fans

Can you please advise why it is acceptable for the whole of The Kop end to stand up throughout the whole game?

I thought that too. We get absolutely hammered by stewards and police home and away. How do they get away with it? Touchy subject maybe?

The Bobby Moore lower, as other parts of the ground, are standing throughout the whole game – no problems whatsoever

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smashdad wrote:

http://media.timeout.com/blogimages/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/CerealKillers_RG003-528x350.jpg

Pair of cunts have just been on Ch4 news - banal tv reporter asked one of them how they justified charging £3.50 for a bowl of cereal in one of the UK's poorest boroughs - initially the bearded buffoon wondered aloud whether any people in the locality were actually poor and then panicked and asked for the interview to be stopped!

here you go

http://www.channel4.com/news/cereal-caf … it-survive

Is this an edit of the sharp mix? Haven’t listened to it yet

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You’ll struggle for goals without Austin imo

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Sign him up!

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shaunstrudwick wrote:
Nick Sneddon wrote:

Been told that Sakho was so desperate to come to us that he waived a get out clause in his contract ( which is only 6 months old ), meaning that hes not going anywhere unless someone offers ridiculous money

typical Brenda signing in that regard then: thinking we can get them on the cheap but can't so end up spending twice what was expected to land them - while at the same time disregarding all other suitable targets

And hes only been in the prem since the summer, hes doing great now but we all know players can go rapidly downhill after their first season

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Been told that Sakho was so desperate to come to us that he waived a get out clause in his contract ( which is only 6 months old ), meaning that hes not going anywhere unless someone offers ridiculous money

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West Ham United’s prolific striker Diafra Sakho has emerged as a Liverpool target as the Reds look to offload Mario Balotelli.

According to the Mail, the 24-year-old Senegal forward has joined Brendan Rodgers’ list of potential Balotelli replacements.

http://i.imgur.com/3NohLl5.gif

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it doesn't. it sounds like it was made in 2014 trying to sound like it was made in 1988, with crackles and everything, how novel

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steelydan wrote:
Squidgy wrote:
Kumquat wrote:

Could someone on here from Scotland please enlighten me on who Jackmaster is?

Hadn't heard of him until the end of last year. Think it was Sneddon that was going on about how great he is on a technical level.

but, does he play a load of dross? I'm off to soundcloud to check!

Just good house music