Glad you both enjoyed it.

Kev - The track at 50 mins is Derek Howell - Interstellar Homecoming [Proton Records]

smallman1 wrote:

Have iPhone's made it to Australia yet?

If not, I'm going to be absolutely ledging it in Melbourne with my iPhone 5.

Tin can and stings here Edward. You'll be rocking a polished Heinz baked bean can.


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smallman1 wrote:

Hope you're A ok chief -

All good pal, thanks for checking. my office is around the corner from Martin Place but still far was enough away. As Tom mentioned before, I headed home around 1pm.

You got your dates sorted for Melbs yet? Let's get a party weekend sorted.

I haven't posted any mixes on here for ages so thought i'd take this opportunity to do so and post a link to my latest offering recorded exclusively for Sydney's Deep House Space.

Enjoy. … steve-marx


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millsy23 wrote:

Marxy getting amongst it

hahaha. Dirty fucking roid bogans.

When are you going to draw names Kev?

Ncable wrote:

Since JD was waxing lyrical about 'Craig' on here a couple of days ago, I wondered if anyone on the board remembers a short lived little night in central London in the twilight of the nineties with these three scallywags on deck duties? Was in a basement bar that held about 50 people, a brief stroll from Baker Street station. Was post-Tyrant as I recall and prog breaks was just breaking through with Wide Angle etc.

Always plenty of faces and a great little vibe with some stunning music. Anybody (apart from Comster) have any memories of this?

Our crew hit this most Sundays, and was held a bar called lowlife owned by a friend of ours. Remember seeing DJ Hyper for the very first time at this night.


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smallman1 wrote:

Can't wait to kitchen sink it up with some of the boards Aussie personnel!

PS We throw bath tubs out here mate, so you better get yourself into training. BOSH!!!

Tom - once you have dates sorted. Lemme know.



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smallman1 wrote:

Will be there with work for 3 months as of late Jan.

Can't wait to kitchen sink it up with some of the boards Aussie personnel!

Excellent Stuff Edward. You will of course have to come and spend a weekend at Cafe del Marx in Sydney. What date are you arriving in the country mate?

lolz.. Hows tricks Pleb?

Surprised there is no SD capability and you would hope it supports USB3.

Happy Birthday chief.

universoGus wrote:


didn´t hear it

but i read that maybe this ?¿

That's the one. Cheers Gus smile


jules72 wrote:

I prefer the following Cattaneo/Nick Warren mix to the second Balance mix personally.... … o-show-207

Its an hour of their Burning Man set back in August this year. I would be interested to know who has done the new remix of Creamer and K - Wish You Were Here, which comes it at around the 52 minute mark.

This by a country mile and thanks Gus for the colourful collage.

I used to live just down the road from Cesar's, was always entertaining watching the clientele of that place spill onto the pavement of a weekend.

Still love this beast of a remix of Sunscreem's Cover me.

and, I am going to stretch to 2002 here as this defo needs a mention.

The last tune on this mix is a belter, it is one of Guy's new ones.


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fuck knows how Canberra got a look in here. It's a fucking tip fully of junkies and bogans...

smallman1 wrote:

Wish Hernan would rip off the shackles and really start knocking out the tough and pumping stuff.

He's the jacket potato and tuna of the prog world.

The shackles were well and truly off when he played in Sydney the other week. Driving Prog till the cows came home.

love this

and this … -art-remix


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Check out Sushi Leblon for dinner. This place does the best sushi I have ever had outside of Japan. It is simply outstanding.


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danose wrote:

which headphones does uncle john use?

Pioneer HDJ-2000's I believe.

seanc80 wrote:

My Pioneer 1500's broke on Saturday and so Im in the hunt for a new pair. I was less than enamored by them anyway.

Im leaning toward the HD 25-1 II at the moment. I know this is a regular thread but just wondering what you lot are favoring at the moment.

I recently purchased as pair of Sennheiser HD8's. These are the first pair of Sennheisers that I have ever owned and I am very happy with them. 10/10 from me.