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Postby Semel » Tue Aug 26, 2014 8:16 am

I thinks the for any djs to qualify here they need to be have been in the scene atleast 6+ years lol.

The Only Dj's should be
N-Type - Dont be thrown off by his tear out rinse sets, He will duppy any dance
Youngsta - lol, no need to say anything here
Chefal - don!, multi 140 style selector, and classic dubs hoarder
Jay5ive - mans just sick, Mer Sher, Monster Dub, etc to name a few
Hatcha

There are a few others:
J:Kenzo - Rinse sets are insane, last one was kak, But the sun of selah one and a earlier was tough!
Distance - Listen to the old rinse podcasts, lost dub specials etc
Joe Nice - deep energy
Plastician - When he was on his ting

Shouts to somebody saying commodo, Lol his good but still a kid. cant be rated by his mixmag mix & system 1st bday only.
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Postby jrkhnds » Tue Aug 26, 2014 9:19 am

Semel wrote:I thinks the for any djs to qualify here they need to be have been in the scene atleast 6+ years lol.

seems very arbitrary to me. can you defend that statement using logic reasoning?
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Postby baddis98 » Tue Aug 26, 2014 9:27 am

not the best, but heny g is a great dj, even though his shows are a little repetitive.
cyrus is pretty tight, too.
to the guy that mentioned darkside: let's be honest, he's not a great dj. drawing for the occasional surprise tune doesn't necessarily make your selection solid. his sets often lack of flow and he always trainwrecks a mix.
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Postby baddis98 » Tue Aug 26, 2014 9:31 am

Semel wrote:Shouts to somebody saying commodo, Lol his good but still a kid. cant be rated by his mixmag mix & system 1st bday only.


pfff...commodo is a don. just because you haven't heard any other sets than the ones you mentioned, doesn't mean everyone else hasn't either.
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Postby dsprainman » Thu Aug 28, 2014 1:13 am

Ben UFO, Pearson Sound, Oneman, Tunnidge all great.
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Postby stikman » Thu Aug 28, 2014 8:27 pm

From who I've seen

Rusko used to rock the crowd. I remember back in the day he was going round the venue chatting to people, with everyone throwing requests at him, then he smashed it. One of the best nights I've been to

Distance/N-Type/Chef - skill wise, flawless mixing

The most memorable set for me was skream at bangface 09. It was rudeboy
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Postby stikman » Thu Aug 28, 2014 8:33 pm

Ive never seen him live, but oneman is one to check out. Anyone who drops this on NYE is a true badman

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Postby xtcvsmistycold » Thu Aug 28, 2014 10:22 pm

Semel wrote:cant be rated by his mixmag mix & system 1st bday only.


only done two sets in his life yeh?

Semel wrote:I thinks the for any djs to qualify here they need to be have been in the scene atleast 6+ years


why?

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Postby rorz9992 » Thu Aug 28, 2014 11:11 pm

+1 for Joe Nice.

Also rate Chef, Hatcha, Jay 5ive

Got to give props to N-Type as well. He has the ability to take tunes I don't even rate that much and really make them work in the mix, plus he is always so hyped, his enthusiasm is infectious.
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Postby jrkhnds » Fri Aug 29, 2014 1:06 am

^ same applies to Kode9 tbh. loads of tunes I didn't rate too much from the beginning really turned out to be absolute belters on his floor.
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Postby Sexual_Chocolate » Fri Aug 29, 2014 5:11 am

stikman wrote:Ive never seen him live, but oneman is one to check out. Anyone who drops this on NYE is a true badman




seen him live a few times. both times he didnt mix in much older dubstep/grime which made me sad considering how deep his record box is.

still good at get the crowd hype
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Postby stikman » Fri Aug 29, 2014 6:05 am

Nevalo wrote:
stikman wrote:Ive never seen him live, but oneman is one to check out. Anyone who drops this on NYE is a true badman




seen him live a few times. both times he didnt mix in much older dubstep/grime which made me sad considering how deep his record box is.

still good at get the crowd hype




That's a bit annoying, considering how dope his studio mixes are. Especially his rinse CD mix, that's one of the best mixes I've heard period.
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Postby Sexual_Chocolate » Fri Aug 29, 2014 6:44 am

innit. and the crowd there were all heads so its not like they werent up for it

i even gave him a bit of grief before his set in the smokers lounge. told man to play 2 hours of just grime, parred me off :lol: (still a safe guy doe)
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Postby stikman » Fri Aug 29, 2014 8:18 am

Nevalo wrote:innit. and the crowd there were all heads so its not like they werent up for it

i even gave him a bit of grief before his set in the smokers lounge. told man to play 2 hours of just grime, parred me off :lol: (still a safe guy doe)


Haha I bet he tried avoiding you after the non-grime set. I bet some of the dubs he has stashed away are unreal.

Dave-Q was sick live as well. He played a remix of Mobb Deep shook ones part 2 that blew the crowd away. Still to this day I've never heard it since.
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Postby DJSpekt » Tue Sep 02, 2014 11:21 pm

Chefal always bringing them powerhouse blends. And we all know he's got the freshest of the freshest coki dubs and tbh he's the only one that can really give Coki's tunes justice in the mix
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Postby Sexual_Chocolate » Sun Sep 07, 2014 11:13 am

stikman wrote:
Nevalo wrote:innit. and the crowd there were all heads so its not like they werent up for it

i even gave him a bit of grief before his set in the smokers lounge. told man to play 2 hours of just grime, parred me off :lol: (still a safe guy doe)


Haha I bet he tried avoiding you after the non-grime set. I bet some of the dubs he has stashed away are unreal.

Dave-Q was sick live as well. He played a remix of Mobb Deep shook ones part 2 that blew the crowd away. Still to this day I've never heard it since.


haha, nah we had a chat outside after the gig, thats when i gave him shit for it lol
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Postby ultraspatial » Mon Sep 08, 2014 10:22 am

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Postby foxtrot » Mon Sep 08, 2014 2:43 pm

I listen to N-Type most weeks cause i love he's style of mixing and even though sometimes the selection is a little off for me, i still really really enjoy listening to him mix.

Oneman because he plays everything, he's selection is so deep, i wish he didn't use fx as much as he does now days, but still kills it each and every.

J:Kenzo, Om Unit & Tunnidge i will always try and listen too if i see a set of there's online or they happen to be in the country.
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Postby jrkhnds » Mon Sep 08, 2014 4:45 pm

Commodo with another fire set yesterday. him & Pinch delivered the sets of the festival for me.
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Postby rorz9992 » Sun Sep 28, 2014 3:10 pm

jrkhnds wrote:Commodo with another fire set yesterday. him & Pinch delivered the sets of the festival for me.


He was on fire last night when I saw him as well at Tokyo Dub.

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