poirot wrote:

You are just crazy wally. I bet you wear odd socks on purpose too. You rebel.

You knows it - Wally.O.G.

Was sitting in Ibiza airport at 2am and had to be in work in Cambridge for 9am once.

Just didn't occur to me to take the day off. That was a fun day.

https://soundcloud.com/john-digweed/joh … e-full-set

erik.b wrote:
smallman1 wrote:

The new Tampa Impala album - Currents.

Smallman1 - At the coalface of the musical zeitgeist.


You mean Tame Impala.

Ouch. Lol.

Usually I would never have any need to compliment another man on his production abilities.

And today is no exception. wink







Decent. smile

What a lovely thread to start the weekend.

Aki watch...

http://warpedwales.co.uk/2015/07/22/out … ial-role/#

EDWARDTHECONFESSOR wrote:

and by god, i feasted like there was no tomorrow.

God Bless 'im <wipes tear from eye>

Bought another flat to add to the collection at the start of the year which put me in the red a bit so need to get that settled before holidays are on the cards - it's pissing me off TBH as I got given an additional three weeks holiday in return for OT on the last project that there's no point in using. Looks like I'll be taking December off to go somewhere. Never been a fan of winter holidays TBH.

weird - it's there when I browse on PC  but not mac / iphone.

it was there for me, then it wasn't - presumably a takedown notice

that one on the 14 min mark is a bit naughty innit?

big_smile

seanc80 wrote:

Oh wait... was she a great big fat person?

lol

seanc80 wrote:

- A Most Wanted Man
- Child 44

Both worth a watch
6.9/10 .

Cool - fancied Child 44 cos of the cast but got put off when they used a quote from something like Woman's Weekly on the cinema posters. Who knows, perhaps I should take Woman's weekly as a serious contender in the movie critic field.

Shamelessly nicked from a FB post by Danny Howells.

smile

Looks good.

Nick Sneddon wrote:
Wally wrote:
MattBlack wrote:

I seem to remember Sasha did a remix of Insomnia but i never could stand that riff in it

The Eric Prydz remix that Sasha blasted out at Glastonbury in 2010 (i think) was pretty amazing - could have done without the stupid vocals though - same with most insomnia tracks.

dont you mean this? proper belter it is, no one does big room like the europeans, the yanks can stick it right up em

I actually think Rollo is one of the most important producers this country has spat out, some of the earlier stuff on Cheeky records is immense - dont know how much input he had on the later Faithless stuff though

Aye that's the mofo.

That breakdown and kick in - it's like a time machine back to vintage Sasha.

Holy fuck - an informed interesting post - what the fuck is this?

smallman1 wrote:
Wally wrote:

Sure hope there's no rozzers reading the forum - not cool to incriminate your mates Ed.

He gave me a number for someone in Barcelona you idiot.

Sense of humour failing there Ed. Beginning to crack under the pressure of sliding down the bedrock board.

Sure hope there's no rozzers reading the forum - not cool to incriminate your mates Ed.

They can strike.

MattBlack wrote:

I seem to remember Sasha did a remix of Insomnia but i never could stand that riff in it

The Eric Prydz remix that Sasha blasted out at Glastonbury in 2010 (i think) was pretty amazing - could have done without the stupid vocals though - same with most insomnia tracks.

Guessing it was a remix but didn't Diggers play a decent faithless tune in this weeks transitions?

liquitech1 wrote:
shaunstrudwick wrote:

back in the day Sasha was the master of building a banging set

Goes without saying...the Vortex™ is a direct result of Diggers style of set-build nowadays, it doesn't have to be the blue print for every DJ set, that's the point I failed to make properly...horses for courses etc

Just the good ones.

Ncable wrote:

Not enough bangers?

More that the bangers are evenly distributed throughout a set rather than following a linear curve of getting more banging as the set goes on.