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Post by theescher » Sun May 07, 2006 7:08 pm

"Sounds so Physical, Coming like P.E."


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Post by dj heny.g » Sun May 07, 2006 7:10 pm

SHOOBZIN!!!!!!THATS ALL I SAW AROUND ME YESTERDAY, MALA AND CHEF ARE THE SHOOBZIN LEGENDS, IF U DONT KNOW WHAT SHOOBZIN MEANS, ITS SKANKING FROM UR HEART, NOT SKANKING 4 DA SAKE OV IT!!!THAT WAS THE BIGGEST INSPIRATION 4 ME, ME AND QUEST WERE IN DAT DEFO.BIG UP MALA AND CHEF MAN.BUT ONCE AGAIN EVERY1 FUCKED IT UP 4 ME, PISSED I MISSED N.TYPES SET, GOT DER 4 DA LAST TUNE, 9'S SET WAS BIG,DIGI MISTIKS, OH MY DAYS, THE BEST 2 HOURS 4 ME DEFO, THE WHOLE ARENA WAS SHOOBANISING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


THAT MAKES ME SO HAPPY COZ NOWER DAYS UK UNDERGROUND RAVES GETS TROUBLE, ITS BEEN A YEAR NOW AND ITS JUST PROPER SHOOBZIN ALL YEAR ROUND AND FUCKING GOOD MUSIC!!!!

SKREAM DUPPIED IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
DISTANCE, HIS SET WAS FUCKING HEAVY!BIG SET!!!!!1

BIG UP DA FAMO ALL DER THO,QUEST,J5,YOUNG.E,KUDOS,QUITE STORM,IRON SOUL,SNAKE,CHEF,BENGA,SKREAM,MRS SKREAM(coz she really loves dubstep, i c it!!!!!muckyyyyyyyy!)HIJACK,DISTANCE,SCIENTIST,MALA,LEOFA,COKI,N.TYPE,WALSH,GORGINA,THE BUG, JUST EVERY1 REALLY THAT ENJOYED THEIRSELVS. CANT WAIT 4 THE NEXT 1.

REMEMBER, THIS MONDAY, 2MORO 5-7PM ON RINSE FM 100.4, WILL BE REMINISING ABOUT THE WHOLE EVENT SO LOCK ON, GOT SUM FRESHERS 4 YAAA ALLLL!!!!!!

LONG LIVE THE UK UNDERGROUND!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Post by testifythelove » Sun May 07, 2006 7:17 pm

too many rewinds.

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Post by alex bk-bk » Sun May 07, 2006 7:17 pm

DJ Heny.G wrote:SHOOBZIN!!!!!!THATS ALL I SAW AROUND ME YESTERDAY, MALA AND CHEF ARE THE SHOOBZIN LEGENDS, IF U DONT KNOW WHAT SHOOBZIN MEANS, ITS SKANKING FROM UR HEART, NOT SKANKING 4 DA SAKE OV IT!!!THAT WAS THE BIGGEST INSPIRATION 4 ME, ME AND QUEST WERE IN DAT DEFO.BIG UP MALA AND CHEF MAN.BUT ONCE AGAIN EVERY1 FUCKED IT UP 4 ME, PISSED I MISSED N.TYPES SET, GOT DER 4 DA LAST TUNE, 9'S SET WAS BIG,DIGI MISTIKS, OH MY DAYS, THE BEST 2 HOURS 4 ME DEFO, THE WHOLE ARENA WAS SHOOBANISING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


THAT MAKES ME SO HAPPY COZ NOWER DAYS UK UNDERGROUND RAVES GETS TROUBLE, ITS BEEN A YEAR NOW AND ITS JUST PROPER SHOOBZIN ALL YEAR ROUND AND FUCKING GOOD MUSIC!!!!

SKREAM DUPPIED IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
DISTANCE, HIS SET WAS FUCKING HEAVY!BIG SET!!!!!1

BIG UP DA FAMO ALL DER THO,QUEST,J5,YOUNG.E,KUDOS,QUITE STORM,IRON SOUL,SNAKE,CHEF,BENGA,SKREAM,MRS SKREAM(coz she really loves dubstep, i c it!!!!!muckyyyyyyyy!)HIJACK,DISTANCE,SCIENTIST,MALA,LEOFA,COKI,N.TYPE,WALSH,GORGINA,THE BUG, JUST EVERY1 REALLY THAT ENJOYED THEIRSELVS. CANT WAIT 4 THE NEXT 1.

REMEMBER, THIS MONDAY, 2MORO 5-7PM ON RINSE FM 100.4, WILL BE REMINISING ABOUT THE WHOLE EVENT SO LOCK ON, GOT SUM FRESHERS 4 YAAA ALLLL!!!!!!

LONG LIVE THE UK UNDERGROUND!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
that is how hype it was

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Post by alex bk-bk » Sun May 07, 2006 7:19 pm

testifythelove wrote:too many rewinds.
do you know about the word hype?
are you the one who got merked by my girlfriend for complaining about rewinds?

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Post by testifythelove » Sun May 07, 2006 7:25 pm

Alex bk-bk wrote:
testifythelove wrote:too many rewinds.
do you know about the word hype?
are you the one who got merked by my girlfriend for complaining about rewinds?
na, i wasnt.
but rewinds should be more special and not as heavily rinsed as they were last night. when each and every tune gets pulled between one and three times, i loose the hype and get fucI<ed off and feel to sit down.

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Post by luke.envoy » Sun May 07, 2006 7:47 pm

big
loe and mali :o
Deapoh wrote:Oh yeah Luke Envoy if you read this tell me why the security was after you, what happend?
i was told if they caught me smoking funk again id get kicked out :lol:
they were easy to spot tho i got away with it til the end. with some close calls tho :)

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Post by drbluebeat » Sun May 07, 2006 7:59 pm

testifythelove wrote:too many rewinds.
I guess that's your opinion but it was only during the pullups that you could move out of the big squeeze and get to the bar or the toilet. Iwas despo for the loo and a beer but couldn't move for about 30 mins during Kode9's set co it was soooo rammed and rocking. Tune got pulled up and finally I was free! Like Pokes said!

"we pull up every tune cos every tune is B-I-G!"

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Post by grievous_angel » Sun May 07, 2006 8:02 pm

Fucking great night. Legendary. People will be talking about this night in ten years time. It was that big.

Kode 9 - yeah, seriously progressive. Dropping Prince was a master stroke. Loved the Miles Davis "On the Corner" t-shirt (used to be his favourite LP years back).

DMZ rocked it. Literally. On the stage I could hardly stand up from the bass pressure. Mud was just huge.

Skream - incredibly good. Massive power combined with loads of wicked hooks, loads of propulsive bouncy energy, and loads of female vocals (personally I want lots more of that please! from everyone in the scene!).

Security were arseholes, absolutely no need for it. Because...

Above all it was all about the crowd. It's "moody" London, it's way too packed, it's got loads of people new to dubstep but... what a sweet crowd. Not a trace of attitude despite the crush and the aggression from security. The massive just shrugged it off and got down.

Brilliant night. Not quite the amazing spiritual release I got from seeing Mala solo but still fantastic.

And it's great to see from this thread how dubstep is bringing all the old raver dads out again - big up the daddy massive...

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Post by drbluebeat » Sun May 07, 2006 8:16 pm

Grievous Angel wrote:And it's great to see from this thread how dubstep is bringing all the old raver dads out again - big up the daddy massive...
:D
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who was that girl ?

Post by tech-matix » Sun May 07, 2006 8:52 pm

we came over from holland especially for this night
and it was worth it

big up DMZ ! Skream !

and who was that girl at the end who kissed me en said goodbye sweety ????

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Post by tech-matix » Sun May 07, 2006 9:14 pm

by the way any pics of this night ?????

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Post by empoke » Sun May 07, 2006 9:32 pm

First time at DMZ. Was unreal. Highlights for me were hearing Kode9 drop Burial, the first 3 or so tracks in Loefah and Mala's set where the bass was so constant felt like i had a bee hive in my rib cage and Plasticman's set at the end was just right to get me home as i was running on autopilot by that point. 'Japan' BIG TUNE!

Being in the toilet cubicle felt like being in a airplane toilet during turbulence.
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Post by Jubz » Sun May 07, 2006 9:33 pm

Right, i wanna see photo's by the time I get in from work tomorrow evening!
Boom night all round, laters!

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Post by rogue star » Sun May 07, 2006 10:14 pm

[quote=I didn't even see Shy or Rogue I'm proper pissed :( Also I should have said hi to you but I was so mash up at the time I wasn't thinking right.. just meditating on bass![/quote]

im screwin bro it would ave been phat to catch up with ya face 2 face, nex time round at a nex dance 4 defo man!!

Security took on the role of the national guard last nite, wot da fuk was that about? They looked like extra's of the ememies from the A-Team!! I felt like my younger days of ravin were back where u hid behind ur mate just to take a couple o tokes, madness! Apart from dat a heavy nite still, good to see da peeps old n new and the ladies...cor blimey! Good to see a female interest in the music all im waitin for now is my 1st dub-step scrubs, see if the gal dem can wind down as low as the bass ya get me!! lol

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Post by lady destiny » Sun May 07, 2006 10:17 pm

wickedy nite as per usual, got there for dmz's set - gutted I missed N type's...Skream and Crazy D killed it...

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Post by bunzer0 » Sun May 07, 2006 10:48 pm

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Post by damo » Sun May 07, 2006 11:13 pm

testifythelove wrote:too many rewinds.
agreed. it was the only blight for me on an otherwise awesome night of music.

it was my first DMZ too. been into the sound for a few years now but i dont live in london so it's difficult to get down for the nights that go on.

i thought Skream's tunes were the highlight, so much energy and bouce in his music as was said. but his set would have been better if the MC had let him actually mix his tunes and build up a flow, instead of literally pulling up every other track.

i'm not convinced the crowd prefers endless rewinds to good mixing, so to me it's egotistical rewinding every other tune like that.

other than that couldnt fault it. wicked, enthusiastic, knowledgable crowd, and proper sound too (loud, clean and flat, just as i like it!)

definitely lived up to the hype for me.

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Post by step brother » Sun May 07, 2006 11:23 pm

best thing since sliced bread!

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Post by crazydave » Sun May 07, 2006 11:51 pm

gravious wrote:Have to say, although its shit being miles away from all the big nights and such, up north has its advantages.


Still, they didn't have Mystikz playing in the background!
Oh well
Hell, my local pub (as well as the SU bar) has a jukebox machine that's linked up to iTunes!
if they make it onto there, anything goes... and i'll be exposing the happy drinkers for sure. :lol:

Grievous Angel wrote:Above all it was all about the crowd. It's "moody" London, it's way too packed, it's got loads of people new to dubstep but... what a sweet crowd. Not a trace of attitude despite the crush and the aggression from security. The massive just shrugged it off and got down.

Couldn't agree more.

big up the crowd, 100% - there for the love.

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