Album: Clara Hill 'Pendulous Moon', or Sasha 'Scene Delete'
Comp: Didn't buy a single one (first year that's happened since 1994)
Mix: Lee Burridge @ Burning Man 2016, or Hoj 'Shadows'
Producer: Too many to mention, but I'll usually buy anything Oxia, Phon.o or I:Cube have had a hand in
Remix: I:Cube remix of Paradis 'Toi Et Moi', or Djrum remix of Grandbrothers 'Prologue'
Club gig: None were particularly memorable
Festival: Blue Dot
Film: Arrival
Concert: Jean Michele Jarre @ The O2
Trabs: Nike Flyknit Racer 'Blackout'
How many gigs attended UK: 9 or 10
How many gigs attended abroad: None

Obviously a subject matter that is very interesting to our like, but as a piece of filmmaking it was quite amateurish.

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(2,329 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

As Andrew Marr said on his show the Sunday after Brexit, 'For those of you who voted leave (Trump), it's probably not going to be as good as you hoped, and for those of you who voted remain (Clinton), it's probably not going to be as bad as you feared.'

His speech this morning contained no angry rhetoric, which isn't in the same league as Farage's NHS backtrack, but might indicate that he has no intentions on following through with any of that stuff.

However, given the upsurge in hate crime following Brexit, I would not like to be a minority in the USA for the next few months. Especially as almost every fucker has a gun.

I'd like to know what the first and last track are, anyone have any ideas?

The incessant clap on the last one kinda ruins it though.

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Dermatron wrote:

Longest standing record in athletics, the womens 800m from 1983 is well impressive. Nice to see it was drug free too.

http://srocespodogona.blox.pl/resource/kratochvilova.jpg

That might well be broken, but I can't see how Marita 'definitely not on drugs' Koch's 400m ever will.

Ta!

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(9 replies, posted in Mixes & Free Downloads)

Downloadable from Soundcloud now: https://soundcloud.com/neil-quigley/mix … ix-podcast

Hannu: Worst decision I ever made; Traktor slowly and stealthily sucked the passion for DJing out of me. I've got 3 x Pioneer XDJ1000s now, and my trusty Xone 92. I'd love a rotary mixer but can't justify the cost at the moment.

Roberto: I'll up it to Soundcloud in a few days, I just wanted to get a few Mixcloud plays on the board first smile

Hi all,

After a self-imposed hiatus to focus on making some new tunes, MIX60SIX has returned! Rejoice!

https://www.mixcloud.com/NeilQuigley/mi … gust-2016/

Greg Kozo - You (I:Cube remix) [Roy Music]
Oxia & Nicolas Masseyeff - Connivence [Diversions Music]
Timo Maas - Once Upon A Time [Last Night On Earth]
Kyodai - Let's Get Away [Mule Musiq]
Audiojack - Turya [Crosstown Rebels]
Audiojack - Perception [Material]
Oxia & Nicolas Masseyeff - Complicity [Diversions Music]
Thorsten Hammer & Ben Muetsch - Once Upon A Bay (Sven Tasnadi remix) [Antura Records]
Todd Terje - Snooze 4 Love (Dixon remix) [Olsen Records]
Cubenx - Blindfold (Phon.o remix) [InFine]
Andre Lodemann - Last Exit [Freerange Records]
James Blake - Radio Silence (Miles Black remix) [White Label]

Hiking through the Valley Of The Winds (there was no fucking wind) in the Australian outback at high noon. Sixty degrees.

Homegrove wrote:

That whole movie is one of my all time favorites.

It's my joint #1, along with this:

I believe the compilation launch and accompanying party were postponed for a while because Jonny White had a death in his family.

Pal of mine did some work for him a few weeks ago, and can confirm that he is still an absolute fucking cunt.

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I was there last month; Havana was great and Trinidad was fantastic. Food is mostly crap though.

Highlight was Hernan resetting the vibe with some house at the start of his set.

Lowlight was the cretin banging out 130bpm vortex prog before midnight in the bar.

Thanks all!

Hello all,

Another 66 minutes of fun in the links below. Sorry I didn't produce the goods December or January, normal service has now been resumed (aren't you lucky?!)

https://soundcloud.com/neil-quigley/mix … ruary-2016

https://www.mixcloud.com/NeilQuigley/mi … uary-2016/

Andre Lodemann - Going To The Core (Charles Webster remix) [Best Works Records]
SAAND - Fiddler (Tigerskin & Till Von Sein remix) [Sol Selectas]
Kevin Yost - Don't Give In [Leena Music]
Audio Junkies feat. Haptic - Vitamins (Tiger Stripes remix) [Sincopat]
Dario D'Attis & Reto - Drop It [Poker Flat Recordings]
Reinier Zonneveld - Flatchat [Stil Vor Talent]
Kellerkind - Destiny [Stil Vor Talent]
Rafael Da Cruz - Rex (Andre Lodemann remix) [Compost Black]
Mathias Kaden - Rawtone (Midnight Snacks remix) [Freude Am Tanzen]
Oliver Koletzki & Niko Schwind - My Vision [Stil Vor Talent]
Jona Sul - Full Fat (Roscius remix) [Southern Fried Records]
Theo Kottis - Into The Wild [Anjunadeep]

It's very good.

Track: DJ Koze - XTC
Album: none
Comp: none
Mix: Joris Voorn @ Output
Producer: Tigerskin
Remix: Touch Sensitive - Pizza Guy (I:Cube remix)
Label: BPitch Control
Club gig: Despacio Soundsystem @ Lovebox
Festival: none
Film: Ex Machina
Concert: Todd Terje @ Koko
Trabs: Adidas NMD
Gigs attended UK: 20ish
Gigs attended abroad: 5ish
Benson Award: Stayed at Ame/Dixon at Fabric for 20 minutes

Thanks a lot! Spread it around like a nasty STD smile

This was also played, if it helps anyone:

I was there for a bit, sounded decent.

Watched it last night in 3D at IMAX Southbank, tbh I would have preferred 2D as that's how we grew up with them. I'll watch it again at the Science Museum this week.

The good:
- Daisy Ridley was excellent, she by far exceeded my expectations.
- Kylo Ren also fantastic; I liked the fact that he is a flawed, conflicted 'human', and his lightsaber is pure sex.
- The cinematography (particularly Jakku) was stunning.
- Han and Chewy remain a great double act.
- The lightsaber showdown in the snowy forest was fantastic, and the fighting itself was great. No prequels ballet, just fear, anger and instinct as with Luke/Vader in ROTJ.

The bad:
- Disappointed with Max Von Sydow's all too brief screen time
- Domhnall Gleeson's Hux didn't make a big impression, but I'm sure his character will be fleshed out in episode 8.
- The octopus things were rubbish, belonged in Starship Troopers not Star Wars.
- Carrie Fisher looked lobotomised. Not her fault, but it's hard to justify her not being replaced by someone more capable.
- John Williams' score never produced any new iconic moments. He even managed that in the prequels.

Overall 8.5/10. It manages to give enough nods to the originals, whilst putting the future very much in the hands of the next generation, who proved more than capable.

I can't help thinking that a better finale would have been Kylo kicking the shit out of Finn and Rey, and just about to finish them off, then we hear 'Ben!' Removing his helmet for the first time while facing his father would have been more impactful, too.

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smallman1 wrote:

Like the sound of Paranoid London.

Different Gear in a previous life #truestory