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(21 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

MarcusR wrote:

I watched that Music Nation documentary about the Egham/Windsor Balearic network and how the scene went from football hooliganism to hands in the air in the space of a summer. I thought the documentary showed some pretty cool footage of Farley et al bowling around at raves and at Full Circle which was good. Content a bit lightweight though.

Did bring up one interesting concept that may explain why there is so much difference between the perception of dance music in the UK vs say the US. It's pretty apparent the whole rave/acid house reveloution changed the UK as much as the summer of 67. The concept of people being pre/post rave was mentioned in the program and I think it's pretty true .

The US for example didn't have this massive cultural shift that we had in the UK, therefore have just bastardized house music to fit in with their corporate culture. I used to get a bit piseed of living over here and seeing what they were doing with EDM, but now I just think it's so far away from what true electronic music is all about it's now irrelevant. Bit like gabba.

For a lot of people who started going out in the late 80s/90s the scene is very personal. I remember going to crappy ritzy type clubs at 16/17 and nearly getting the shit kicked out if me and my mates . Standard fare for provincial england. Then we got into house and started going out in London and people actually spoke to you! Plus the music sounded like it was from another planet compared to what was being played at the ritzy.

The UK both structuraly and people wise changed so much for the better in the 90s due to in part the whole acid house ethos.  That is sometimes either misunderstood or forgotten by many commentators but good it was brought up in this documentary.

^ This

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i like him, sounds like a quality lad

right on diggers haha

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(17 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

any clips from the last few tracks anyone?

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that 2nd track at 6 mins defo sound slike a Gregor Tresher track

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(17 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

that smoke machine is proper amazing - it is the vortex for sure.
reports have been nothing short of crazy - really hope this comes out for the next live in.

proper unique sound that guy has - wish i could hear more of his stuff but bar 'funk malfunction' and 'time stand still' his opencloud stuff was a bit meh

been after this for ages - 10 years is it now since it appeared on JZ's Alive?
anyone got any leads? smile

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what a fucking tool. people want to watch something? anyone who wants to 'watch' a EDM Dj needs a lobotomy of whatever they have left in there

sabotini wrote:

Solarstone - Seven Cities. Maybe deemed credible as it was on Hooj but it was definitely cheese. Maybe on Lost Language first?

no - NOT cheese. this is pure

psyched!

do we have another gus?

got the first white label copy of Origin 'Refined intricacy 99' sent to Marcus james

Steve Arnold wrote:

All over that Fabric date. Marcel Dettmann in room 2 as well. Nice.

yup. marcel definitely the next biggest on this bill!

wicked night - john played quite proggy i think?
definitely marked improvement in attendance of flange.
Im always trying to make time to go and see the other acts but im finding harder now to even stay in room1 between fag breaks.
roll on fabric and some techno bosh smile

yeah shame it only takes one cunt to spoil the party. lost count of how many decent people ive seen stopped posting on this board because of twats like dermo. bit of a chip on his shoulder

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(64 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

brixton 02 is the fucking pits. did not enjoy bedrock there, especially with that woeful carl cox set the chopped johns set in half

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ive only got into them recently, since their first albums they have come a long way and now are producing a really great range of moods in their tracks - they are stellar live, highly recommended. the effort they put into they sound and visual design is really second to none

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their new album is anything but 'ethereal'

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zl1__PhECzg

i was with sneak until now - he sounds like hes become what he slagged off in the first place

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Tank Top wrote:

Saw these cunts on Friday night. Fucking amazing stuff imo.

same, went to see at jodrell bank, awesome gig, had all the visuals projected on a 250ft dish!
Polica and Daughter were pretty decent too

what an awesome party.... first time seeing nick aswell! smile
roll on next year!

tenaglia is rubbish