dubstep at glade report!!!!!!

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dubstep at glade report!!!!!!

Post by phletch » Sun Jul 22, 2007 10:24 pm

awesome weekend ......
dont know quite where to start
after the pure chaos to get onsite and mud fest all weekend
(my partner in crime JON had to wade through knee high floods barefoot to get in on friday.......) :0 TRUE DUBSTEP SOLDIER - - BIG UP!

to hear pinch open up the overkill tent in these circumstances on sat to a packed tent :) . . deep as fuck and went down a bloody storm . . funktion 1 system was fat.

mary anne smashed it too . . . good to see a dj's bouncing about to the tunes they play . . missed bass clef......

coki showed why hes one of the hottest producers out there with a killer killer set on his own stuff.......serious sub pressure where i was front stage left.....from bass wobblers to serious deep beats and reggae vocals it was superb selection.again rammed!

loefah....no show :(

mala headlined the breakbeat stage hosted by tayo...deep dmz heavy selection plus a few new un's........

great festival......other highlights for me.....
staying dry
top chap local resident giving me lift through the floods to the site on the back of his landrover

someone moving and re pitching my tent after i pitched in the wrong place on thurs . . and left to go home as i had to work fri am.....

derrick may,
beardyman beatboxing with sampler ..awesome.
mid afternoons in sancho panza dj's johnny rock and eren...wicked deep house....
freaks live and walking past the outdoor psy trance stage this morning to hear deep minimal techno from tejada and loco dice blasting out . . LUSH


photo's to come.....

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Post by efa » Sun Jul 22, 2007 10:27 pm

Hawtin, what about Hawtin?!?!?!?!? :lol:
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Post by adam_misst » Sun Jul 22, 2007 10:45 pm

Richie Hawtin was the highlight for me, didn't get to see alot of stuff due to the welly-deep mud :cry:

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Post by phletch » Sun Jul 22, 2007 10:45 pm

missed him....magda was good.....but couldnt manage more than 2am on fri after everything.....

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Post by phletch » Sun Jul 22, 2007 10:46 pm

missed him....magda was good.....but couldnt manage more than 2am on fri after everything.....

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Post by sneer » Mon Jul 23, 2007 1:56 pm

Clark with live drummer was fookin sick! Mala saved my festival on sunday! :D

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Post by rob_o » Mon Jul 23, 2007 2:01 pm

just got back now, had a awsome time. good to see so many people skankin out in the mud :D

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Post by jaime » Mon Jul 23, 2007 2:33 pm

derrick may played.....?

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Post by the666ers » Mon Jul 23, 2007 2:46 pm

Saw pinch and mary anne hobbs, both were wicked. Properly enjoyed the dubstep there, despite the rain and torrential floods!

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Post by phletch » Mon Jul 23, 2007 2:48 pm

Jaime wrote:derrick may played.....?
absolutley rocked it...2 hr set :)

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Post by kion » Mon Jul 23, 2007 3:27 pm

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Post by harlesden » Mon Jul 23, 2007 3:47 pm

KION wrote:messy messy messy!

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Post by jaime » Mon Jul 23, 2007 3:49 pm

phletch wrote:
Jaime wrote:derrick may played.....?
absolutley rocked it...2 hr set :)


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Post by bass clef » Mon Jul 23, 2007 4:07 pm

Many apologies to all who made it
I partially slipped a disc in my back and couldn't even walk...
let alone make it to Glade.

Gutted.
:(

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Post by skunkrock » Mon Jul 23, 2007 4:20 pm

bass clef wrote:Many apologies to all who made it
I partially slipped a disc in my back and couldn't even walk...
let alone make it to Glade.

Gutted.
:(
thats shady man hope it gets better quick

lol at the people who said your set was good

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Post by ramadanman » Mon Jul 23, 2007 4:37 pm

bass clef wrote:Many apologies to all who made it
I partially slipped a disc in my back and couldn't even walk...
let alone make it to Glade.

Gutted.
:(
i got a text from my mate along the lines of "i'm at glade in the mud and watching bass clef live. he's absolutely sick!"

bizarro. get better soon!

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Post by computer rock » Mon Jul 23, 2007 4:53 pm

reposting from the other thread because i dunno which one is being used

the sound at overkill was a bit of a letdown. might have been due to the equipment getting fucked up but they still turned it way way down after midnight, gotta respect the neighbours and all that but midnight is usually when things are just getting started. maybe they need to find a new site

highlights:

fucking beardyman. wasn't expecting that at all. what a sick tnuc.
congo natty on friday night (or was it saturday i can't remember)
clark with the live drumming was fucking heavy
mala closing the breaksday tent, just a shame it was the same time as squarepusher
also big up coki for rocking the plastic bag on feet styles

overall a jolly good time i think

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Post by rob_o » Mon Jul 23, 2007 4:57 pm

mark iration's set on the sunday was big :D

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Post by dub boy » Mon Jul 23, 2007 6:50 pm

Bigup the Overkill crew they worked damn hard to make that go ahead. Sterling job from them!

Missed Sunday cos i had a lift home and work 9am today .... urghh


highlights for me were Pinch, buggzy with skitz and Monkey Steak. They played an awesome 2step set with a bonkers hiphop mc, absolutely sick!!

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Post by lloydnoise » Mon Jul 23, 2007 7:22 pm

Dub boy wrote:...and Monkey Steak. They played an awesome 2step set with a bonkers hiphop mc, absolutely sick!!
she was shit. all she did was shout horrible nonsense about twice as loud as the actual music which (from what i could tell) was realy good. btw "oggy oggy oggy oi oi oi" is not mc-ing. Pinch played the best dubstep set all weekend, tight mixes and a wicked selection of tunes. Coki and Mary anne were big as well but neither of them did too many actual mixes..just cuts, stopping 1 tune and then starting the next 1. still, all these sets more than made up for walking around in 5% sewage all weekend
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