Whatever- It's probably safe to assume, the phrase written directly under that thumb logo on your profile probably sums up the kind of person you are. Your use of small phrases and use of pictures instead of intelligently constructed sentences and paragraphs shows you're perhaps not the sharpest knife in the drawer when it comes to literacy. If you've bothered to read previous posts within this thread, you'll have seen for yourself that there have indeed been other remarks pertaining to that kind of slander that you've exhibited and where others might just take it on the chin, I for one am not going to put up with it. I've stated quite clearly who I am, unlike you hiding behind your little alias. Who (or what) the fuck are you exactly?
I have just come onto this messageboard to tell people about why I am delighted and privileged to be part of this great event for the 2nd year in a row. There is just no need for pathetic, childish, tit-for-tat comments from you and some (not all) of your like-minded (or rather small-minded) punters on here. Bedrock is a dance music label and nightclub event, lets get real and get on with making it special.
Look- I don't get paid for what I'm doing, I'm doing this for the love and passion for the music that Bedrock (and it's peers) does so brilliantly as well the DJ's/producers I have working with me at Room2Move, a night I started 2 years ago in my spare time to give the scene (which has given me so much happiness and new friendships over the past decade and a half) something back as my way of offering a contribution instead of just having a take-take-take attitude, which so many people sadly do.
The last thing I want to see (both as a promoter and a clubber) is attitude from people, especially when quality club nights and the following for good quality underground dance music is on the decline. Sadly there's too much bad attitude going on these days as people (both industry and punters) are involved in this game for the wrong reasons. I can only speak from my experience but I'm confident this opinion of mine resonates beyond yours truly.
Tell me "Dermo", what are YOUR reasons for being involved in this thread and the dance music scene as a whole? I (and I'm sure many others reading this) are dying to hear more of your "wisdom". If that's too difficult for you then may I suggest you, at the very least, have a look at yourself before judging others.
Last edited by john-on-amonday (Monday Sep 2013 16:21:06)