Did get abit too busy in the end, but hey.... 1st time Dub's been in Room 1 so what do you expect.. and High Contrast and Andy c were there so...
I really need a playlist of Caspa's set if anyone can remember any tunes?
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well there was too many hot chicks in there on friday, made me wish i was single, so no problem with the testosterone this time!!!!hackman wrote:the only time i went to a dub police night at fabric i almost drowned in the sea of testosterone
pure fire all nite tho, personally the others did the set of the night in room1, and andy c was killing room 2
big nite, big up caspa each and every!!!!
me neck and legs are still killing from raving too much
With new shit every week, unless i'm too hungover
reso wrote:genrefication of music is just a way for marketing people to sell it.
Fair play it was busy but in all honesty what do you expect with a line up like that? Its hardly gonna be quiet is it really?
Big up Caspa & shouts to all my Dub Police family! Was a sick night!
what he usually does and twas pure fire!selrahc wrote:what did rodigan play?
Big ups to everyone that made it down, was an outstanding evening, everyone played awesome sets (big ups to Prior for finishing the night in perfect fashion )
Im well happy for Caspa cos this night helped to show how much hard work he has put in from day dot - many people can't see behind the scene's but i will say this, Caspa is one of the hardest grafters i have met in my life and im proud of all he has acheived, he is a good friend and a patriot to this scene and the people in it...your time bruv
Also have to agree with d-man, can't believe the sheer number of lovely ladies about. Absolutely wicked vibes all night, big up all the gang that made this a that will go down in the history books!Rogue Star wrote:Im well happy for Caspa cos this night helped to show how much hard work he has put in from day dot - many people can't see behind the scene's but i will say this, Caspa is one of the hardest grafters i have met in my life and im proud of all he has acheived, he is a good friend and a patriot to this scene and the people in it...your time bruv
Havn't been to Fabric in a long time, mainly because Ive been living out of the country for the past year or so, but when I was around London in January tried to get down there to see Caspa and Rusko and others in Room 2 but when I tried to get tickets over a week before the night had already sold out - then on the night went down and stood and queued for about an hour and a half and didnt move, so just sacked it off.... How times change. Not saying things aren't as good as they were or anything. Just different times we're in I guess.
I go to uni in sheffield, and the weekly drum and bass night at the students union (the tuesday club - big up to clipboard, andy h, stoaty, et al) has been pumping dubstep most weeks it seems since last september. Even last year (academic) there was loads of dubstep acts getting booked.
Its no secret that dubstep has seen a boom over the past years (i wasn't around at the start, not even close) its only a matter of time before something gets labelled as something else and the music evolves and people move on (even Rusko at the start of his Essential mix doesn't exactly label what he's playing as dubstep, instead referring to it as 'crazy, kinda, hype bass party music').
I usualy find Fabric all right for girls, theres always bare chicks who love going there because its 'Fabric' and they can see "Andy C and High Contrast! WOOP!"
Is Matter The End now? Im so out the loop...
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