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(43 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Happy new year mother lovers

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jules72 wrote:

http://m.bbc.com/sport/football/38466511

Clattenburg interested in move to China....it must be 1st April lol

Guess he's starting to believe his own hype that he's the best referee in the world

Not heard that Sarah McLachlan tune in years, is that a vinyl rip or a digital version?

Merry xmas to one and all

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(25 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

There's a Mrs Browns boys xmas special on which I'm sure will be great...

Has this poll been hacked by Russia as well?

Thank you very much Doc, glad you liked it

Dermatron wrote:

Cant be any worse than that shite he did called Hostel. Fucking dire.

Hostel wasnt really a Tarrentino film as he was only executive producer, he didn't write or direct it.

Grant: And I'm sure its better than most of the pretentious bollocks you like as well but each to his own smile

ghostriddenhuffy wrote:
Homegrove wrote:

Also Dusk till Dawn doesn't count, because while written by Tarantino, it was not directed by him.

Well, I have a feeling Tarantino had a "heavy" input into that film,  considering his close relationship with Robert Rodriguez.

From what i understand he wrote the first half of the film and Rodriguez wrote the second half, hence why it switched to a bloody zombie flick in the second half. Jackie Brown was a good film too though not quite as good as Pulp fiction and Reservoir dogs. Has anyone seen Deathproof as thats supposedly Tarrentinos worst film

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Has anyone had a problem with their battery suddenly dropping to 3% but then when you plug it into the charger it goes up to about 70%? Seems to be a bug in the software

GregWhelan wrote:

On the SoundCloud iPad app, am I right in saying that you are unable to view any info about a track or set I.e. A tracklist? Every track/set I view doesn't appear to have any tracklist? But it does if I log in via Firefox for example

Same as the iPhone app, you can only view tracklists etc on the desktop version

steelydan wrote:

Hell or High Water 8/10

Jeff Bridges on top form

Must admit i quite enjoyed it, a simple story well told

Really enjoyed this, been a fan of Dusky for a while now and this mix is certainly well put together, loving the old school rave samples in there too

Point break - Its the remake that no one wanted of the old cult film, but instead of a bunch of surfers robbing banks they've turned it into some pseudo hippy nonsense about a bunch of eco warriors taking on extreme challenges to save the planet. The acting and dialogue are pretty awful, both leads have zero charisma and Ray Winstone starts off with some terrible American accent but by the end of the film he's given up completely and gone back to his usual cockney drawl and just when you thought it couldn't get any worse, theres a cameo from Steve Kareoki.

But having said that the stunts and action scenes are pretty decent and well choreographed and the soundtrack from Junkie XL isn't bad either so maybe they would've been better off ditching the most of the film and just have the action scenes with the Junkie XL soundtrack underneath, that wouldve probably made a better movie. 3/10

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Fabregas is a sneaky little shit, got in a cheeky slap on Fernandinho so he flipped his lid and went for him. Sort of thing Dennis Wise would do in his prime

Dermatron wrote:

Which rock have you been under for the last god knows how long, yant? Nick Muir.

So you're saying a few weeks back when Nick Muir did the guest mix that Nick actually did Johns mix too?

For those that were there (and those who weren't) here is Steve Parry's warm up from Diggers at Gorilla

https://soundcloud.com/steveparrydj/ste … manchester

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303 abuser wrote:

i've been lucky enough to see danny howells twice, the first time he played about 4 hours.  i'd kill to see him play for 12 hours though.  easily my favorite dj.

I heard Danny play a six hour set at a charity gig, he played everything from old funk to house and even a few old rave tunes, really nice guy too

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(13 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

"Hero"

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CyM8qgAWgAEe9w5.jpg:large

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(2,601 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Been watching the new series of Black Mirror and though the first two were a bit weak the third one Shut and Dance really hits home, it has a real sting in the tail which Black Mirror is well known for, they're like Tales of the unexpected for the digital generation

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dutchy101 wrote:

Dermo always perferred the black size 12 plimsole

Our old headmistress used to enjoy giving you the slipper a little too much

zackster wrote:

pretty cool dude. a tad slow for me, but that can be easily remedied. i like that toms. would defo play this.

The original was 86bpm so i had to speed it up a bit, tried it at 120 but that sounded ridiculous so i went for 110 as it seemed to work at that

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Bukem was great in the early 90's, had some of his tapes from around 92-93 when he was changing his sound from that dark hardcore that people like Doc Scott used to make to the more jazzy sounds he became better known for, no idea what he's like now though

John Wick was alright, certainly not going to win any awards but it was an enjoyable watch. Agree on Keanu being wooden as fuck, but then he's like that in pretty much everything. Speaking of overrated movies I tried watching The big short but only managed about 30 mins as I had to switch it off as it was sending me to sleep, I did enjoy seeing Margot Robbie in a bathtub though

Heres a little something i made earlier, feel free to download and enjoy

https://soundcloud.com/djmattblack/stra … rpretation