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(107 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Boring wrote:

What did he die of?

Broke his back sucking his own mickey.

Homegrove wrote:

Buick Project's Chancer is a beast of a track.

And buick project mix of Timo Maas - First Day was well good too.
The skylark mix of chiapet - westworld is a classic, so he ain't done too bad.

Never rated him as a dj, but has turned out some decent remixes in his day.

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(62 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Defo both pipes for Nina, bleedin ride.

She ain't got the moves like this yoke though...

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tribal_goose wrote:

Any decent quality (e.g. 320 kbps) jingle free versions of essential mixes released direct by the dis knocking about?

I rediscovered the original verion of Zabiela's EM from 2010 which is superb. Also found Greg Wilson's effort for the right mood.

They rarely put out the jingle free versions. You might get lucky and a few of the djs put them up for dl, but not so often.

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erik.b wrote:

That was excellent, anyone seen a download for it yet?

Not my link, but here it is...
http://www29.zippyshare.com/v/34eCAVp6/file.html

Wally wrote:

Cool. These are usually done by Trafik aren't they? There's been a couple of decent cds and more chill out albums are always welcome.

Yeah, trafik do the rest of the global underground mix albums. They're usually well put together, still listen to the GU10 triple album they did.

Their stargazing mixes they used to do for frisky radio were quality, they haven't don't one in a while though.

They played a few new tunes at the bbc 6 festival there a few weeks back, sounded decent.
The full 90 mins gig should be up on YouTube and mixcloud.

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Anyone rip the audio from the underworld gig yet?

http://i64.tinypic.com/bh0kf7.jpg

MattBlack wrote:
Ger_Stokes wrote:

Matt, clean your ears out. You can hear him barely able to hold the first mix together at 6:20 onwards. The beats are all over the place.
If he is using ableton or traktor, then someone needs to teach him how to warp a track and use the fucking sync button.

Oh come on, a little bit of beat flamming when he brings Dark and long in is hardly desperately trying to hold the mix together, admittedly there is some clashing when he brings in Papua New Guinea but even Sasha struggled to mix that one in his new year set. Ive heard Nick play live in Manchester a few years back and there were no obvious clashes and all his Sound garden and Delta FM shows are pretty flawless. Whilst i admit some of his early GU's particularly Brazil had a few dodgy mixes on them that was a long time ago and since moving to technology his mixes have improved a lot

Any mixes I've heard from him has been shite, just playing the similar style to sasha and digweed, but no clue about being able to hold a mix together or when to count bars and bring them in on time. Even in the GU days, when everything was mixed with pro tools, he still couldn't get his shit together.
There's plenty of the big dj's that have been around for as long as warren and are able to beatmatch and program a set, and been like that since day one and still can do it today.
You have all the likes of sasha, digweed, hernan, seaman, always been top drawer at mixing their sets.
And I don't get how 99% of the people on here listen to digweed every week and buy the "live in" comps and can say warrens sets are decent compared to digweed who rarely misses a beat when mixing. Selectively hearing at its finest.

steelydan wrote:

top dj and a top set.

really enjoyed it

You also liked the new star wars movie too. Your argument is invalid.

Matt, clean your ears out. You can hear him barely able to hold the first mix together at 6:20 onwards. The beats are all over the place.
If he is using ableton or traktor, then someone needs to teach him how to warp a track and use the fucking sync button.

Mulligan is the only one with a bit of sense and actually knows what I'm talking about, the rest of you need some of these....
http://i.imgur.com/7iCr3SS.jpg

Still say the early way out west albums are classics, but as a dj he's dreadful.

erik.b wrote:

I liked Andrew Garfield as Spiderman.

The best one of the bunch, not really into this new fella.
Should have stayed with Garfield.

Like the way they changed the hulk from Ed Norton to Ruffalo. Don't like Ruffalo after Ed Norton being the better one.

Just had a skim through it, some great tunes but ruined by his horrible mixing as usual.
You'd think after all these years he'd be able to get his shit together and beatmatch properly or at least use ableton or traktor with the sync on.

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poirot wrote:

Sounds right to me. The write up with it sounds legit too. Mixing is right too.

Cant hear panfried but can hear The light - Dusk at 37 mins

Ah yeah, I knew it was from the light, got them mixed up.
Will have to give this a proper once over.

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Is this actually legit?
Recognised van dyk - words and the light - panfried, I think.

Your classics mixes are top quality, mixed to perfection.
Can't stand when people layer loads of unnecessary shite over their mixes and try to be too clever.

Would love to hear some mixes of yours with some classics from later in the 90's, don't suppose you did any?

This is the best things they ever did...

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(108 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Squidgy wrote:

Which mix in 2000 was that???

It was on Parks & Wilson's 2000 EM

https://soundcloud.com/samuel-lamont/pa … 9-apr-2000

My first setup, made 2 fade mixer and a set of jd systems belt drives.

Learning to beat mix the hard way on those decks. Nightmare.

http://i.imgur.com/joU69KU.jpg

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Amps wrote:

Sorry chaps, but I loved Movement In Still Life, don't listen to it much now, but at the time it was very of the moment and had some class stuff on it.

Agreed. I still listen to this.
Has a good few quality tracks on it. It's after this one he went downhill.

Hip hop phenomenon with freeland is a belter.

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(108 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

steelydan wrote:
Ger_Stokes wrote:
Iffy wrote:

agreed, and that goes for tracks like Sasha - Be As One too.

You don't get any ideas, leave that tune well alone.
I'll never forgive you for butchering ohmna a few years ago.

better slate John for playing it on Transitions whilst your here wink

Don't know why, it was shite. Diggers also played "doop" back in the day, so is partial to the odd stinker.

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Iffy wrote:

agreed, and that goes for tracks like Sasha - Be As One too.

You don't get any ideas, leave that tune well alone.
I'll never forgive you for butchering ohmna a few years ago.

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(108 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Mulligan, for once I totally agree with you.
What a fucking joke the man has turned into. Disappeared up his own hole and making shite music for American teenagers.

For me, Mew - Plus Minus.
Never listened to any of their previous albums over the years, but this caught my attention and was the album I kept on coming back to again and again.

Runner up goes to John Graham - Cold Sun.
Don't know if the 5 year delay did it any favours and the release getting put back all the time. But has a few cracking tunes on it and shows how good of a producer / writer quivver is.

Agreed on the chems album, was ok, best of the big name albums that was out this year.
Same with the Jamie XX album, few good tunes on it, but every cunt will have that on their lists this year, apart from in here.