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Post by tronman » Sun Jul 09, 2006 1:23 pm

it had the murder she wrote riddim chopped in 8 bars with another riddim if i remember... yeh that was noice
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Post by mizzy » Sun Jul 09, 2006 1:25 pm

DJ Whistla wrote:Easy all
big night. big up every1 i saw/chilled/skanked with (incomplete list: Deapoh, Forensics, Forensix MCR, Thinking, 7 below, Unlikely, Kion, Amen-Ra, Lucky Strike, Bandit, Distance, Walsh, Dr Bluebeat etc... etc...)

Yeah did seem a lil quieter than usual (guess people are on holidays ;) )

seeing as it was all b2b and Pokes kept going on about "Soundclash Bizniz" I thought i'd be the first to put my list of winners and losers, lol ;)
(just a bit of fun :) )

Chef vs Benga - Winner Benga
N-Type vs Youngsta - Winner N-Type
Digital Mystiks vs Loefah - Winner Digital Mystiks
Skream vs Hatcha - close but winner Skream
Distance vs Vex'd - Winner Distance

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i was danceing at one point side by side with forensix was mad why are all dubstep heads tall?? i was little lady with black top and jeans on probs didnt see me but still...

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Post by tronman » Sun Jul 09, 2006 2:08 pm

another thing. dont wanna put a minor downer on such a BIG night, but, where was the rasclaart red stripe!?!?!
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Post by once caldas » Sun Jul 09, 2006 2:10 pm

Corpsey wrote:What was that other reggae tune mala/loe kicked off with, think it was before the sizzla tune and it kept switching between slow and fast- might even have been two tunes actually
Cutty Ranks - A Who Seh Ne Dun - absolute badboy tune

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Post by walsh » Sun Jul 09, 2006 2:12 pm

I feel awful..... Out to the mugs throwing bottles when we were going
in... dangerous shit man!

spent 70 quid on booze in there, wasted... walking round trying to put like three words together when I met people. I was walking round on my own for ages like nutter.

heavy night, so many wicked tunes and the sets were live....

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Post by bunzer0 » Sun Jul 09, 2006 2:21 pm

WALSH wrote:Out to the mugs throwing bottles when we were going
in... dangerous shit man!

:o :2:

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Post by corpsey » Sun Jul 09, 2006 2:28 pm

Once Caldas wrote:
Cutty Ranks - A Who Seh Ne Dun - absolute badboy tune
Is it? I knew I recognised it, nice one.

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Post by jahtao » Sun Jul 09, 2006 2:33 pm

Not the way Georgina does it:

1) Round up the three people with the three silliest hats on in the building
2) March them into a remote corner of the club where there's lots of space
3) Spend a coupe of minutes lining them up
4) Instruct them to dance
5) Take five minutes worth of carefully controlled and contrived pictures

: (

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Post by corpsey » Sun Jul 09, 2006 2:34 pm

^ haha I saw that too. I tried to find a hat shaped like a dog but to no avail unfortunately.

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Post by cozagada » Sun Jul 09, 2006 2:36 pm

baaaad night...
all wicked sets, but I must admit skream/hatcha were just on another level yesterday, they totally destroyed the place :twisted:
i agree with the same tunes being played too many times all night long... it's a pity to get bored of such wicked tunes

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Post by eventualdecline » Sun Jul 09, 2006 2:48 pm

Set of the night for me was Benga, those tunes he dropped were amazing. A lot of the other sets were frustrating for me because of the small track selection for so many djs. Like some other people mentioned it was possible to hear the same track through four consecutive djs, even if the track got rewound a couple times already. I think some depth could have been added there...

However apart from that Skream dropped some sick tunes and Mala had some on point mixes that completely tore the place apart. Also respect to Chef for getting the place jumping at 10:01 PM and respect for the crowd who were well into it.

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Post by optimum » Sun Jul 09, 2006 3:00 pm

Big big night, didn't chat to anyone due to too much blazin', but all sets were big. Tunes of the night - Blue Eyes and Heavy Duty :R:

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Post by mizzy » Sun Jul 09, 2006 3:01 pm

Man who was the dude with white frwd t-shirt and staw hat?? Mmm nice:p :lol:

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Post by optimum » Sun Jul 09, 2006 3:04 pm

Also big up Skream for wearing a J Dilla tribute t-shirt, R.I.P, 5 months yesterday

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Post by deapoh » Sun Jul 09, 2006 3:19 pm

tronman wrote:where was the rasclaart red stripe!?!?!
Also if you said hello to me please let me know cos I can't remember names well :( Forensix out to you. I really wanted to meet you and glad I did. Big ups!
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Post by qwerty » Sun Jul 09, 2006 4:09 pm

big big night!

disappointments: hearing some tunes 3-4-5 times. NO PROPER BEER?!?! SORT IT OUT MATES!!! :o

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Post by hologram » Sun Jul 09, 2006 4:38 pm

niiiiice i like :D
yeah i had a great night.
ahoy messer and deapoh, nice meeting yas.

i saw this girl with red hair and a tattoo on her shoulder. oh my dayz :o

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Post by hazmonkey » Sun Jul 09, 2006 4:39 pm

[quote="WALSH"]I feel awful..... Out to the mugs throwing bottles when we were going
in... dangerous shit man!
quote]

Thankfuly they never made it passed the front door, makes you realise why security have to be so tight.

Once again it was a club full of beautiful people skanking to beautiful music, where have I been all of Dubsteps life?!

I'm pleased to see people noticed the shift in attitude by security, have to say that nobody gave anyone any reason to get shirty. Big youselfs up for being the nicest and most up for it crowd to ever grace the steps of St Mathews Church. Vive le revolution!

Any comments about the venue or the sound system are happily recieved here people; make your opinions known people.

Thanks to all of you for making my job fun again! :D

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Post by Jubz » Sun Jul 09, 2006 4:50 pm

Fun night, stella crept up on me, out to all I met and the gal I elbowed in the eye-sorry!

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Post by unreality » Sun Jul 09, 2006 5:03 pm

holy ... @ first video... wow... i have to join you one time.. too bad i live in germany and its damn hard for me to come to the uk with 18years -.-

but WOW.. thats one thing i must do in life.. never heard dubstep on a good soundsystem but thats uber as far as i can justice from the video!!! 8)

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