The sound of falling plaster

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Dermatron wrote:

In this vid May far right, then Sasha then who are the other two on the left? Both have hair so it cant be Gardener.

Denis White > Charlie May | Sasha < Dave Gardner

Barry Jamieson did technical parts in setting everything up and fixing any issues.

Last night was fantastic. Think they benefited from having a night under their belt. Charlie M even did a little piano improv at the end which was excellent.

Boring wrote:

I thought you'd want all British teams to ditch the European Cup so that they could be in control of their own fixtures and the BT money could be re-invested at home.

Seriously though, why am I not surprised at a Liverpool fan wanting Champions League play-offs?

United may even scrape in if they spunk another £200m and then employ Jose's bus tactics.

An Ajax win would be great on so many levels, including footballing.

steelydan wrote:
simonr wrote:
Dermatron wrote:

Just hoping SimonR and Yul Brynner do their job and not have me point it out for them smile
Baggers was discussed at the last monthly dog shit meeting and has set off all the alarms. Mark Newcastle has spastic dogmong all over it as does Digitalfix and twistedspicy..

Poor cunt has got nothing better to do. Fucking weirdo.

Mark is actually a genuine person Dermo ... although Doggy has le form prévious on that score.

I believe he was at the Leeds date John played and he's recently posted about it.

Just like Helen

Yep .. will get a lie detector kit added to the Bedrock rider so we can wire up potential future forum posters at gigs.

Dermatron wrote:
Boring wrote:
Grant wrote:

I can hear the faint ring of Dermo's detector going off...

Faint ring? More like a submarine ahooga klaxon.

Dermo's playing the long game with the baggers the Leeds fan too.

Anyway, welcome back to the board Mark.

Just hoping SimonR and Yul Brynner do their job and not have me point it out for them smile
Baggers was discussed at the last monthly dog shit meeting and has set off all the alarms. Mark Newcastle has spastic dogmong all over it as does Digitalfix and twistedspicy..

Poor cunt has got nothing better to do. Fucking weirdo.

Mark is actually a genuine person Dermo ... although Doggy has le form prévious on that score.

I believe he was at the Leeds date John played and he's recently posted about it.

MixMag Premiere http://mixmag.net/read/premiere-cristop … -premieres

Beatport Link https://www.beatport.com/release/last-dance-ep/2003718

Exploring guest list options as will be in the dam.

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Fam, blud etc.

smallman1 wrote:

Dixon and Job Jobse on Thursday.

€45 a ticket ... ouch !!!

Not seen them since Blackpool Ballroom when they did that pre Rainbows tour. Great venue plus bar all long the 2 sides.

You can grab 1 x track to qualify at each point and then hit the 50% when it opens up - which I use mainly for advance tracks and BP exclusives - the advance tracks you can grab from 7am on the day of release.

For non BP exclusives I usually look on Boomkat where WAVs are £1.10. Failing that Bleep, then Bandcamp then Juno.

Bonus points for not using his shin.

Ha ha

great [Jay] quotes - he should take over from Webb on BT.

We have a slight Brazilian flare these days .. matched with kamikaze inept defending.

Yep - he's taking dull uninspiring 25% possession football to a whole new level.

liquitech1 wrote:

Beast .. got that monday !!!

ETC on other social media ... still going strong !!!

Both tracks are summer blockbusters

Release Notes:

Two artists sharing a similar sense of accelerated momentum in their careers right now, Cristoph and Jeremy Olander unite to create two beautiful sessions for the perennial Bedrock foundation.

Cristoph is fresh off an American tour supporting Eric Prydz and a cannon of releases on influential imprints such as Truesoul, Knee Deep In Sound, Yousefs Circus and more recently, Last Night On Earth.

Jeremy Olander, with an impending North American of his own, is similarly in-demand. Much thanks to his consistent chart-topping dispatches on his own Vivrant label plus releases with the likes of Spanish power house Suara, Pryda and microCastle. With key melodic and evocative signatures, it was only a matter of time before they joined forces. And John Digweed's imprint is the perfect home for the goods.

Last Dance, takes the lead on the EP and is a track that really does live up to its name. Galvanised by that all essential sense of poignancy and soft-focus feel-good theme all end-of-night finales require, its one for the dreamers as the pair set off daydream fireworks and total skin-ripples with the subtle use of a house spirited vocal. The type of track that lingers in your soul far longer than its eight minutes, its an emotional ending to a remarkable collaborative release. Let's hope they collide again in the future.

Next up: the smouldering Dimensionsis at first unassuming, but weighted with a certain sense of suspense, its not until were three minutes in that we realise the trouble were in Cristoph and Jeremy have us under soul arrest and, as the track rises and rises with steam engine thrusts, its clear they've thrown away the key.

One's to work the clubs over the impending summer season!

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smallman1 wrote:

I'm there on the Saturday.

Full kitchen sink, natch.

You may stick out !!

"HMRC said it deployed 180 officers across the UK and France, and several men working within professional football had been held.
It searched premises in the north east and south east of England. The BBC understands the suspected income tax and National Insurance fraud amounts to £5m. Business records, financial records, computers and mobile phones were also been seized in the raids"

Surely they could have got their £5m by targeting someone that needed a smaller operation, unless they're testing before they hit the big boys.

An argument put forward by fans of high revenue clubs.