(4 replies, posted in Mixes & Free Downloads)

...v smooth mate, reet enjoyed that, cheers smile

..not online at the mo, had no idea he was even playing it, got a video message from mr Newland today saying 'John says hi' smile

I'll stick it on my soundcloud when I get back home

seanc80 wrote:

Is he still playing that Temper Trap remix?

..I believe this might be my edit

...many thanks lads, nice to hear you are enjoying it, warms the cockles, even from my 32-degree poolside sun lounger wink

Ed, think that track is:

Donatello & Stefano Richetta "Simplicity" (Original Mix) [Click Records]

...looks ace, LOVE the Quarion track, one of my fave producers

...nice one Ed wink

Full t/l here:

Unbroken- Summer ‘16 Mix Tracklist

Tim Green "For A Distant Memory" (Original Mix) [Get Weird]
Neil Quigley "The Sky Calls To Us" (Original Mix) [Sudbeat Music]
Dubshape "The Cabinet" (Original Mix) [All Day I Dream]
Away Soundsystem "Through the Pain" (Joe Claussell's Modulated Tortured Dub) [Away Music]
Jan Mir "Erzhaide" (Original Mix) [Ritter Butzke Studio]
Applescal “Harmony Two" (Original Mix) [Atomnation]
Ross Evans & Daniel Dubb "Free Yourself" (Original Mix) [Saved Records]
Fünf Sterne Deluxe "Schund" (Super Flu's No Champier Mix) [Monaberry]
Shur-I-Kan "Beach Life" (Original Mix) [Freerange]
YokoO & Retza "Equuleus" (Original Mix) [All Day I Dream]
Chymera "Episode" (Original Mix) [Cocoon Recordings]
Culoe De Song "No Man’s Land" [De Song Music]
Clavis "Cydalise" (Original Mix) [Freerange]
Pete Oak "Genus" (Original Mix) [Polymath]
Donatello & Stefano Richetta "Simplicity" (Original Mix) [Click Records]
Kidnap Kid "First Light" (Original Mix) [Beating Heart]
Kate Simko & London Electronic Orchestra "Waiting Games" (Fort Romeau Remix) [The Vinyl Factory]
Todd Terje "Snooze 4 Love" (Dixon Remix) [Olsen Records]
Pete Josef "Colour" (Fabian Dikof Dub) [Sonar Kollektiv]
KiNK "Strings" (Original Mix) [Clone Royal Oak]
Lauer "Tearsh" (Original Mix) [Live At Robert Johnson]
Die Vogelperspektive "Can't Be Bad" (Markus Homm Remix) [Bondage Music]
Neil Quigley "Forbidden" (Original Mix) [Sudbeat Music]
Nick Curly "Perenne" (Original Mix) [8 Bit Recordings]
Ripperton pres. Headless Ghost "Dirtee Groove" (Original Mix) [Drumpoet Community]
Oxia & Nicolas Masseyeff "Connivence" (Original Mix) [Diversions Music]
Dennis Ferrer feat. Ben Westbeech "Right Thing" (Original Mix) [Defected]
Double K# feat. Doungous "Le Tchadien Reprise" (Main Reprise) [Baobab Secret]
Art Of Tones "I Just Can't" (Get Over It) [Local Talk]
Milton Jackson "Songs Without Words" (Original Mix) [Freerange]


..I know mate, once you get me started................

Was thinking about having a pop at a mix comp next, a 1-hour mix would deffo be a challenge!

...yeah, I get that, although this has been an unusually prolific year on the mix front for me, I put it down to the new mixer wink


(9 replies, posted in Mixes & Free Downloads)

...lovely smile

...thought you already had a 'me' day with your new tunes? I expected you'd have a 6-hour mix up by now wink

...2hrs 45'ish, 30 tracks featuring productions and remixes from Clavis, Neil Quigley, Applescal, Culoe de Song & KiNK.

https://soundcloud.com/unbroken1/damien … studio-mix

Hope you like smile


(35,889 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

..hurry up and fuck off Sissoko


(42 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

...mind you don't topple-over ferrying all those heavy gramophone discs about on your penny farthing grandad wink

...two absolute crackers from Quiggers, this ep. might be the best thing he's done yet:


(42 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Mr. C's Acting Career wrote:

Pressings were often shit. Once the record is scratched or warped it became as good as useless. No way to edit out that naff vocal or shorten that Belfunk-esque 45 minute breakdown. 85% of the people who worked in record stores were absolute cunts of the highest order. Yeah, it was fun in countless ways. But many of these vinyl enthusiasts have a bad case of rose-colored nostalgia.

...it also occurred to me while listening to that fancy, high-fidelity analogue deck (valve amp, gold-plated cables, Audeze headphones etc.) that the track I was listening to was more than likely created in an entirely digital production environment. It seems like pointless retro-tech for the sake of it really.


(42 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

steelydan wrote:
Dermatron wrote:

Its a wonderful concept playing vinyl still but lugging 50 ball popping records about or a 3 gram usb with 300 tunes on is a no brainer. I still buy vinyl but olny filling in holes in my collection from back then. You can stick it up your hole nowadays.
Incidentally do we class playing Traktor/Serato with 2 time coded discs as playing vinyl? I know cunts who do.

the moment Serato/Traktor leaves your house and gets used at gigs it goes wonky.

...thought you were a fan mate? Doesn't particularly appeal to me these days, but the idea of being able to switch between DVS and the odd vinyl/oldie seems pretty cool


(35,889 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

...no idea if this is true or not, but supposedly from Klopp's biography:

"I scouted him (Georginio Wijnaldum) for Dortmund when he was at Feyenoord. I knew then he'd never make it to the very top. If I were to sign him now, it'd only be for a quick fix."


(35,889 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

...they've been good to us in recent years tbf

Eddie wrote:
liquitech1 wrote:
Eddie wrote:

That's not to say good music isn't available in digital only format, but producing vinyl is the way that those who want to rise above the rest get to separate themselves.

..if you can't rely on the quality of the track itself to do this then there's no point.

Unless you can afford to produce vinyl in which case the point is being an elite label ...

..only 'elite' in their own perception though. Just because there is a degree of investment, theres nothing necessarily better about the music


(35,889 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

smallman1 wrote:

Decent player Wijnaldum.

...oh he can be, total goal-blindness away from home though.

Can't abide the shop window lark they get up to these days, at least wait 'til you get officially wheeled-out you ungrateful cunts


(35,889 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

...what a f'ing twat


...pretty sure that one is 'out there'

Dermatron wrote:
shaunstrudwick wrote:


Seriously though, who fucking knocked that up? Double cringe.

...and an entirely different point to the discussion at-hand.

Nice when your ability to select the 'good music coming out of the speakers' isn't dictated by what daft format they decide to release it on. I'm guessing a quick email from JD to the producer circumvents the 'vinyl only' issue..

steelydan wrote:

I've spent a bit on vinyl lately. Mostly due to the fact (for me) it's more easier to find the tracks I'm after and I'll only buy a record if I'm definitely going to use it a lot. On average I was spending £20 in downloads and prob only using a handful of the tracks. I get quite a few bits from here http://bigwax.fr/en/imacliche

...furry muff Dan, and to be fair, I'd say the 'scene' (*barfs*) that you are involved with does have a higher percentage of vinyl releases so it makes more sense to be flexible play both (vinyl and digital).

steelydan wrote:

Damo...my biggest gripe is buying a vinyl release and when opening up the sleeve it's got a card with a download code...enter this code 9870MUG

...hah! cool, so I just get you to buy 'em all first wink

Specific frustrations are artists like Quarion, Session Victim etc... remixes tend to get released digitally because they are often on other labels, but many of their original releases are on Retreat which is vinyl only. I'd have no problem if they surfaced digitally a year/18 months later, which would have zero impact on vinyl sales but some NEVER come out...

Mr. C's Acting Career wrote:

Marketing scheme. For whatever reason, "limited" now equates "good" or "interesting." Personally, I have no problem with labels releasing vinyl earlier than digital. Growing up with vinyl, I appreciate the culture of it all. But I'm not about to pay Phonica or Discogs prices for music anymore.

...agree w all of that.

smashdad wrote:

Number of times I've seen a 500 print-run of vinyl disappear on the morning it's released only for dozens of them to surface on Discogs within days for two or three times the release price.

...see this happen in the street art market with print releases, you end up with a load fastest-finger-first twats buying stuff they don't like as an 'investment', and the people that genuinely want something on their wall (turntable) are shut-out. Only once in a blue moon will you see any substantial return anyway...