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Post by ufo over easy » Wed Sep 08, 2010 1:40 pm

general waste wrote:Whoever dropped love has come around by Donald Byrd on the beach...pure vibes
that was me, enjoyed playing that set so much

such a good festival, wish i had an extra couple of days on that beach. mungos absolutely killed it with their rig, the vibes in there during dmz were unbelievable. felt like a celebration of the last 5 years
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Post by semr » Wed Sep 08, 2010 1:50 pm

BIG UP THE VIBE BARSTARDS!!!! also yeah that guy next to the rig on the beach every day. haha deserves a medal, he must be deaf!
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Post by unlikely » Wed Sep 08, 2010 1:52 pm

haha bigup 140 crew!

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Post by dubloke » Wed Sep 08, 2010 1:53 pm

semr wrote:BIG UP THE VIBE BARSTARDS!!!! also yeah that guy next to the rig on the beach every day. haha deserves a medal, he must be deaf!
props to him was always there going hard!!
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Post by cave man » Wed Sep 08, 2010 2:04 pm

... more from the tectonic boat party http://bit.ly/cb8Tny

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Post by herbalicious » Wed Sep 08, 2010 2:10 pm

cave man wrote:... more from the tectonic boat party http://bit.ly/cb8Tny
That looks possibly like the most fun ever :(
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Re: Outlook Aftermath Topic

Post by general waste » Wed Sep 08, 2010 2:20 pm

ufo over easy wrote:
general waste wrote:Whoever dropped love has come around by Donald Byrd on the beach...pure vibes
that was me, enjoyed playing that set so much

such a good festival, wish i had an extra couple of days on that beach. mungos absolutely killed it with their rig, the vibes in there during dmz were unbelievable. felt like a celebration of the last 5 years
props fella..back right of the sand pit singin and generally wileing out..

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Post by bunge » Wed Sep 08, 2010 2:39 pm

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Post by MARCHMELLOW » Wed Sep 08, 2010 2:54 pm

tronman wrote:them little green 140's

woooooow

wild

lost. my. mind.

^^ :wink:

Was definitly one of the best holiday's/Festival's i've had the pleasure of going to, and to play in the dungeon was SIIIICKKK.

Highlight for me was Quest and Silkie on the DMZ boat party while the sun was setting...was spiritual!!

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Post by J__J_90 » Wed Sep 08, 2010 4:48 pm

still lost for words. just feel depressed to be back home


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swear down that dog followed me & my mates for 2 miles along the beach to the campsite

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Post by ranking records » Wed Sep 08, 2010 4:55 pm

Absolutely massive!

Gentleman's Dub Club set was insane, props to Plastician for supporting us, big look!

Submotion set was overwhelmingly good, probably in my top ten of all time gigs.

Ruckspin absolutely tore apart the Outside area not once but twice!

I well enjoyed playing the Seemore productions set on the beach and in the outside bit as well, nice to be able to play our beats on two wicked sound systems...

Huge huge respect to Si Exodus, Noah, Mark, Jila, Jack, Joe, Carlton, Marlon, Nina, Jess, Liam and anyone else I haven't mentioned who made it such a resounding success.

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Post by -Lika- » Wed Sep 08, 2010 5:08 pm

pick up your fucking rubbish, you bastard vibes.... sorry guys, but come on!! that place was sick...a little more respect next time?

big up to the Outlook crew!!

see you next year!

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Post by apmje » Wed Sep 08, 2010 5:50 pm

herbalicious wrote:
cave man wrote:... more from the tectonic boat party http://bit.ly/cb8Tny
That looks possibly like the most fun ever :(
It wasssssssss! Pure vibes on that boat.

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Post by punk bubu » Wed Sep 08, 2010 6:07 pm

Outlook gets better every year, i'm really looking forward to next year! :)

for me the highlights were headhunter, DMZ, quest and silkie and ramadanman in mungos arena (the best arena with the best sound by far) and blue daisy/illumsphere/tokimonsta/debruit in outside fort arena. noahs ballroom was also full of great moments :)

big ups to simon, noah and the rest of the outlook crew!
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Post by Timba » Wed Sep 08, 2010 6:22 pm

Just wanna go back so bad!

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Post by oski » Wed Sep 08, 2010 6:39 pm

was sick
personal highlights: heny g playin deep soulfull house during sunset on the beach.. dmz takeover of mungos, especially silkie v quest and distances set
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Post by random trio » Wed Sep 08, 2010 6:40 pm

skream wrote:
tronman wrote:them little green 140's

woooooow

wild

lost. my. mind.

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Post by dash » Wed Sep 08, 2010 7:15 pm

"OH MY GOSH"

It's hard to describe Outlook without resorting to hyperbole, and probably even harder to take reviews such as mine seriously due to presumptions of exaggeration.

But Outlook Festival 2010 was literally one of the best experiences of many people's lives, including my own.

A big statement, but justified.

Every person there was so friendly, conversations and friendships were being formed left, right and centre. Beer and food was cheap and good, the fort itself was incredible with top notch soundsystems all round (although special mention goes out to Mungo's Hi-Fi and Noahs Ballroom!). The beach and sea was beautiful, DJ's were doing the sets of their lives, the Boat parties were one of a kind, and to get cheeky for a second, the sheer amount of beautiful women was unbelievable.

My personal highlights:

- Everyone hanging out on the beach at night and getting to know each other for those that arrived a day or two early.

- The Bigger Than Barry boat party. Unreal. Oneman, I salute you.

- Talking and getting to know Pasteman and gf Dorrie generally, and him giving me a CD of unreleased Electro tunes after said Boat Party to play during my set the next day, what a legend.

- Loefah and DMZ's set. One for the history books.

- During DMZ's set, Klose One nearly killing himself by boshing through the barrier blocking off the stairs whilst raving, summersaulting and landing on his back, narrowly escaping a fatal fall. Then getting back up and continuing to skank!

- Dancing in the sandpit with a sea of other people to amazing music. Ibiza terrace can walk away with a tail between it's legs.

- Congo Natty giving us a thumbs up during our set in the Ballroom and sticking about, and P Money for turning up randomly and MC'ing over us. Legend!

- Simply making so many new friends from passing conversations and friendly acknowledgements. Amazing vibes.

Big up the heads with the "Outlook lung" right now :wink:

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Post by dubway » Wed Sep 08, 2010 7:49 pm

best festival! big up all!

personal highlights:

Friday: Oneman in Ballroom. that was pure enjoying - i knew every tune from his radio sets and vibe was awesome. i was jumping like mad.

Saturday: Loefah (& DMZ) in Mungos. I completely lost my mind during Loefah set - i lost my voice screaming :) one of the best sets in my life. i didnt know not even one tune, but every tune hit me. was it really that good (to you)? DMZ was really epic too. sound in Mungos was great.

Sunday: Ramadanman in Mungos. best set of the day. reminded me of Loefah's set from a day before.

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Post by say_whut » Wed Sep 08, 2010 8:16 pm

Next year, this IS happening. I will be there.
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