BRATISLAVA - 29/09/07 - GOTH TRAD @ Sub Club

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BRATISLAVA - 29/09/07 - GOTH TRAD @ Sub Club

Post by laurent » Sat Aug 18, 2007 12:07 pm

Hey all,

Here all the confirmed dates for the forthcoming European tour from the man like Goth Trad.

29th Sep "BWO!" @ Sub Club / Bratislava Slovakia

For more on the man and the music hit up:
www.myspace.com/gothtrad
www.gothtrad.com
http://gothtrad.exblog.jp

As far as I know all the European dates will be live shows, not DJ sets, so trust this is going to be something to witness. His live shows are pretty special and I highly recommend checking them out - check out his myspace for some live footage from recent gigs.

I'm posting all these separate as i saw in another thread that the admins would rather that was done.

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Post by offtrack » Mon Aug 20, 2007 5:48 am

oh snap.. I will be in Brataslava around this time.. Hopefully.. I will be in Budapest and Prague too..

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Post by mess.u » Wed Aug 22, 2007 12:16 pm

:D looks like a big dubstep weekend in vienna and bratislava!

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Post by offtrack » Wed Aug 22, 2007 11:53 pm

Offtrack wrote:oh snap.. I will be in Brataslava around this time.. Hopefully.. I will be in Budapest and Prague too..
I will miss this by a day. :x Anyone in Budapest or Bratislava with any tips please PM me.. Looking for fun and/or unique sites.

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Post by captainda » Thu Aug 30, 2007 8:37 pm

....yes gonna be pretty good month... in vienna and bratislava! have to attend all of it -> 14,28&29!!! yes!!!

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:peel:

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Post by michal spongia » Mon Sep 03, 2007 9:23 am

Complete line-up:
Goth-trad (jp), Priapus (cz), side9000 b2b ans (cz), Miretz (sk), Biomat (sk), DvaUnlimited(sk)

side9000, ans and miretz will be playin their own production so expect a lot of exclusive tracks!

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Post by izc » Mon Sep 03, 2007 8:53 pm

michal spongia wrote:Complete line-up:
Goth-trad (jp), Priapus (cz), side9000 b2b ans (cz), Miretz (sk), Biomat (sk), DvaUnlimited(sk)

side9000, ans and miretz will be playin their own production so expect a lot of exclusive tracks!
:o :o

LARGE!!!

as i'm already gonna be missing goth-trad @ dmz, i'm really looking fwd to this one - plus 3 of my favorite posters of the forum's dub-section... big it!!
hoping to meet some of you guys then... anyone interested in meeting already ~late afternoon for a coffee/drink in town?! lemme know... ;)

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Post by side » Wed Sep 05, 2007 11:22 am

Will be there !!!! expect bombs !!!
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Post by ans » Wed Sep 05, 2007 6:05 pm

:twisted:

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Post by gumilap » Sat Sep 08, 2007 3:41 pm

Offtrack wrote:
Offtrack wrote:oh snap.. I will be in Brataslava around this time.. Hopefully.. I will be in Budapest and Prague too..
I will miss this by a day. :x Anyone in Budapest or Bratislava with any tips please PM me.. Looking for fun and/or unique sites.
We'll try to make it to Bratislava as well, this party sounds great!

Offtrack: Not too sure if we gonna have any dubstep gigs by this time in budapest, but msg me if you wanna have fun anyway:) How long are you gonna stay here for?
IZC: Hope to see you in Bratislava!

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Post by gumilap » Sun Sep 09, 2007 11:37 am

Could anyone tell me some more info about the club?(address etc..)

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Post by moujah » Fri Sep 21, 2007 9:19 pm

gumilap wrote:Could anyone tell me some more info about the club?(address etc..)
it's a nuclear shelter under the city's castle ;) some people are scared to get there because of its underground location but you always meet cheerful people there, get cheap drinks and have fun... plus this is going to be a massive gig

for location look here - http://www.subclub.sk/contact

it's like 5 minutes walking from the centre/old town, just by the river Danube. you can't miss it :)
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Post by izc » Fri Sep 21, 2007 10:40 pm

heard it was an amazing location ;)
goth trad live on the boompokes-show was a killer!

looking very much fwd to this one :D

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Post by the lexxus » Sat Sep 22, 2007 1:23 am

Headhunter and I played there a few months back...

such an awesome venue, great sound, the nicest people...

bratislava is just a sweet place in general...

can't wait to go back next year!!
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Post by izc » Sun Sep 30, 2007 8:26 pm

The Lexxus wrote:Headhunter and I played there a few months back...

such an awesome venue, great sound, the nicest people...

bratislava is just a sweet place in general...

can't wait to go back next year!!
so true! wicked crowd, you can pick up 3 pints at the bar and stumble across the most crowded dancefloor without spilling any drop! in vienna you usually can't even leave the bar with a cluster of people pushing from behind :lol:

some thoughts after 3hrs of sleep in the afternoon... ;)

mirtez was in the middle of his set when we arrived, playing mostly his own tunes i suppose... didn't know ANY of the tunes, but some of them were just pure killers! dunno the name of the dj afterwards, maybe any1 knows? huge set, starting off with some dubstep and constantly moving towards grime, not without throwing some sick scratching skills in the mix at times - without overdoing it. haven't seen such scratching in a while - except lexxus of course hehe ;) next dj had a classic selection of tunes by dmz, hyperdub and skream, balancing hits with deeper stuff quite nicely. unfortunately he seemed quite drunk as his mixing was not good at all :( hm, that can happen is guess. as an intro for the main-act it still wasn't too bad ;)

ok, then goth-trad... KILLER SET! can't remember a live act of similar intensity, maybe kode 9 & the spaceape, although the sets are hard to compare. incredible how he puts all those layers on top of each other. structurally it reminded me of a set by digital dubs soundsystem i saw two weeks ago, which was nice... however, goth-trad takes it WAY FURTHER. delay, echo & reverb are not just nice effects, but they build up a huge wall of sound which - in combination with the subbass - builds up a concrete foundation as basis. on top of this, he piles layer after layer, sometime crumbles just one sound, sometimes he crumbles the whole wall and leaves just a bass-drone standing in the room. impressive as well the way he managed to keep the tension over the whole concert. in the end, people were just mad! those who missed it can maybe get a clue at his brief live-set at the boomnoise & pokes show, although his stuff seems just made for public live-concerts as - especially in goth-trad's case - a canned recording can hardly carry the intensity of the triangle artist-crowd-sound

after that side 9000 b2b ans had the quite difficult task to take over... heaps of dubs as well, often a bit too dark, stomping and in a strange way rnb-ish for me personally though. however still a quality set, and considering having to play after such a fabulous concert... so big ups beyond personal flavor-preferences ;)

plus in general...
- the soundsystem was really good
- the venue is amazing indeed
- staff is super-friendly as well, haven't met such patient bouncers in a while haha
- lightning was way too bright, the red & green neon in front of the stage sort of burnt my pupils :evil: and the moving light was all colors and very hectic... hm ;)


all in all.... WHAT A NIGHT!!! :D
all styles represented!
big respect to everyone involved!!!!!!!!!
+ big up the bratislava crowd!!

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Post by moujah » Sun Sep 30, 2007 9:00 pm

big up for the report, unfortunately I drank too much so don't remember much of the night :(

the DJ after Miretz was Biomat - a resident DJ of BWO!. he is getting better and better every time I see him behind the decks... and he hasn't been DJing for too long, maybe a year, really talented

still can't believe how many people in Bratislava got to love dubstep as this was just a third party with a big international headliner in a short period of time and all three of them were packed. wicked night, great vibes once again
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Post by izc » Sun Sep 30, 2007 9:05 pm

moujah wrote:big up for the report, unfortunately I drank too much so don't remember much of the night :(
in fact i had to write this while still being drunk so that i wouldn't forget about it :lol:
moujah wrote:the DJ after Miretz was Biomat - a resident DJ of BWO!. he is getting better and better every time I see him behind the decks... and he hasn't been DJing for too long, maybe a year, really talented
you're kiddin??! :o
this guy is absolutely INSANE!!

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Post by moujah » Sun Sep 30, 2007 10:38 pm

no kidding :)

Biomat is a writer so I believe he has a solid hip-hop background in terms of mixing and scratching theory so it has just helped him to proceed quicklier in the practice I guess. my mate told me he was showing him some scratching techniques a few months ago and he picked them up really well

but it's just a beginning for him on the dj scene and it's really cool to have someone who can spin deep dubstep tunes with such energy it wakes up the dead :) I am still blown away by Lexxus exactly for the same reason.
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