smallman1 wrote:

You don't like him because he's a Chelsea fan

We all have our crosses to bare Edward

Unbroken1 wrote:

He's always had access to good tunes, Perfecto absolutely epitomised that mid-90's shiny prog/trance era, released some amazing stuff, (thanks in no small part to some quality A&R work from an ex-board member)



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No doubt the place will be packed with Leeds Utd footballers and wannabe footballers Wags dressed like Towie rejects and looking more like an Oompa Loompa convention

"Farkin ave it you caaants"

Apart from the filmic bits it sounds pretty dated now reallly, some of that psytrance stuff he used to play was horrific


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Nick Sneddon wrote:

Fabric nightclub is today facing closure after four drug-related deaths at the venue.

Police have called for a review of its licence, saying that over the past three years, eight people have collapsed,  four of whom died, at the Farringdon club after taking MDMA, ecstasy and other drugs.

In the last incident in September, an 18-year-old girl fell ill and later died  in hospital after buying MDMA inside the venue — twice voted the world’s best club.

Islington council’s licensing committee is due to review Fabric’s licence tonight.

In a police report submitted to the committee, Pc Steven Harrington said: “It attracts clientele from all over Europe and it would seem that the immaturity or lifestyle of these patrons leads to them becoming actively involved in the taking of illegal drugs and this could account for the disproportionate and wholly unacceptable number of deaths and near death incidents at the venue.”

Stripping Fabric of its licence is being “seriously considered”, the police said.  They are demanding the club increases security, including using sniffer dogs. Police said Fabric is one of the capital’s most troublesome clubs, with 12 drug possession or dealing offences for MDMA, ecstasy and Ketamine recorded between April and October this year.

Tonight’s licence review has sparked floods of letters from members of the public, both for and against closure.

One local resident described watching a group of men “out of their box on something more than alcohol” trying to climb fences. But another neighbour wrote: “Keep it open... this is the funkyness of the area we embraced.”

Famous for house and techno nights, Fabric has been crowned best club in the world twice by DJ Magazine.

A spokesman for Fabric declined to comment.'

Lets hope they see sense tonight

Or someone is planning on building luxury apartments and is looking for some prime land and has greased Islington councils palms


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And you would have probably got away with it, if it wasnt for those pesky kids! wink

Kumquat wrote:
fletcher wrote:

Kinda agree on CD3 not being the most entertaining for home listening, but in a club it would have been "heads down lads lets get on with it" followed by a "where the fuck did the last hour go?" moment.

That's because the last hour on CD3 sounds like the same record on repeat until the last track.


The Kappa tracksuit will go great with your Dunlop green flash trainers


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Have to admit Brian Pern is great, its like Spinal Tap on acid

Is that not the scariest thing you have ever seen?

Diminished Responsibility wrote:
smallman1 wrote:

Fairly sure the last time I heard the word 'Motorola' here in the UK was in 1987.

Motorola have dominated the market here (pats self on the back) with their comeback... the MotoG/MotoE are huge success stories in India.

Rhouses just got a bargain on a bulk order of these

jamie wrote:
Diminished Responsibility wrote:

Disc 2 is flawless... best mix from all the live ins.

after a few listens I agree with Rhouses on this. not as in love with the other discs but they are all growing on more.

That Livio and Roby track is a thing of beauty, a real overlooked gem

Will prob be getting an iPhone 6 when my contract ends next year


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Is Bruno Brookes still on?

DJ - Nick Warren
Producer - King Unique
Film - Gone Girl

Nick Sneddon wrote:
dutchy101 wrote:

CDs 1 & 2 are excellent and CD3 starts off great. It then veers off track for a few tracks for me. Not Finished the last CD yet, but sounds like it's coming back to the stuff I like towards the end again.

All in all a great CD, but don't think it tops London. Needs a few more listens I think.

Yep that’s what I found – it seems to get a bit flat in the middle of CD3, need to listen again though. Cant believe I haven’t heard that Sven Vath track before its fantastic

I concur with this, cd1 is nice and cd2 is very good but cd3 borders on Slovenia at times, probably better than London overall but not as good as Argentina for me


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Jim-bob (Dermo) wrote:

I liked The Fall. Apart from Gillian Anderson who was acting like she'd had a stroke. Really weird. I've seen her in a fair few things apart from the X-files and she's always been good. She got this badly wrong tough.

I think shes actually pretty good in that but they arent half dragging it out now

erik.b wrote:
Willy Eckerslyke wrote:

quite possibly the worst film ever made.

You've obviously never watched Napoleon Dynamite

Or the Harry Hill movie

Wtf would a bunch of Jihadists want with some old Sasha mixes?


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Here is my new mix for December full of proggy techy goodness … -promo-mix

1. Kieran J - Wave therapy (Sine mix)
2. Nikko.Z - Cunacolo (East Cafe remix)
3. Lonya and Mike Griego - Acid culture (Roger Martinez remix)
4. Grum - Autumn (Petar Dundov remix)
5. Sahar Z and Guy Mantzur - Our Foggy Trips
6. Simon Shackleton - We all shine on (Cid Inc dub and main mixes)
7. Korban Dement - Digital sky (Matt Black remix)
8. Underground Allstars - Hail to the seraphim
9. Sean McClellan - Parallel reality (Yuriy from Russia remix)
10. Dusky - Yoohoo


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Colly wrote:

Flipside of Bladerunner on Loaded. Piano to the maximum.

Loved that tune

Ill raise you

Big Fella wrote:

I thought it was very sporting of Liverpool fans to sing Basle tunes for the first 60 minutes of the game last night.

Did you hear Stevie Me being interviewed after the game and calling them Basil. lol

Does anyone know how it's actually pronounced, I used to think it was Baal but my ex used to say Basel, I'm not sure anyone really knows for sure


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shaunstrudwick wrote:
jamie wrote:
shaunstrudwick wrote:

not working for me sad

did you use the STEP2 code Shaun?

I am just about to check out 55 tracks (including Toronto) for the grand total of $16 big_smile

was i not supposed to? lol

You have to use them in order to access the last one, got Toronto waiting for me in my crate when I get home later


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jamie wrote:

STEP3 is now working