NEW YORK-23-JUNE-06 - DUB WAR FIRST BIRTHDAY BASH - SKREAM!

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Post by kool ej » Tue Jun 20, 2006 2:50 pm

skream wrote:Cant wait. . . . .you ready Joe?

we're gonna have it large. . . . . .
Hope you lot ave got stella out there. .
Hey Skream,

Forget the Stella - Try some Camo High Gravity Malt Liquor before your set on Friday!

40 OZ. MALT LIQUOR CREW HOLD TIGHT!

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Post by djgyn » Tue Jun 20, 2006 8:04 pm

Viceroy wrote:I know a lot of heads have been asking me about hte dress code there, expically after I almost didnt get in cause I had Tim's on.

Are regular sneakers ok? Sone heads wanted to know about shorts.

Just wondering if anyone could sort this out for me.
If there's a dress code concern, I REALLY need to know in advance, as I have to relay that to people I've asked to come.
OUT IN THE STREET,
THEY CALL IT MURDA

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Post by emcee child » Thu Jun 22, 2006 3:40 am

Are you DUMB! wooooohoo.. I fly out tommorrow!!
lets do this thing
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Post by seckle » Thu Jun 22, 2006 4:40 am

djgyn wrote:
Viceroy wrote:I know a lot of heads have been asking me about hte dress code there, expically after I almost didnt get in cause I had Tim's on.

Are regular sneakers ok? Sone heads wanted to know about shorts.

Just wondering if anyone could sort this out for me.
If there's a dress code concern, I REALLY need to know in advance, as I have to relay that to people I've asked to come.
No real dress code. You can wear sneakers. That said, you should keep in mind that people do dress up for this place, as it's one of our oldest and most well known venues in the city. You're going to have people in t-shirts next to people in high fashion shit too.

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Post by showguns » Thu Jun 22, 2006 5:42 am

seckle wrote:
djgyn wrote:
Viceroy wrote:I know a lot of heads have been asking me about hte dress code there, expically after I almost didnt get in cause I had Tim's on.

Are regular sneakers ok? Sone heads wanted to know about shorts.

Just wondering if anyone could sort this out for me.
If there's a dress code concern, I REALLY need to know in advance, as I have to relay that to people I've asked to come.
No real dress code. You can wear sneakers. That said, you should keep in mind that people do dress up for this place, as it's one of our oldest and most well known venues in the city. You're going to have people in t-shirts next to people in high fashion shit too.
what about some high fashion t-shirts? BOOM!

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Post by the lexxus » Thu Jun 22, 2006 1:19 pm

:dubstep rave: I arrive in NYC via Ithaca tonight. Totally anticipating madnizz!!

This is unna be some legendary party biznizz!!

Is there any way to record my or anyone else's sets that's down :big up recording crew: ?
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Post by dq » Thu Jun 22, 2006 2:56 pm

djgyn wrote:If there's a dress code concern, I REALLY need to know in advance, as I have to relay that to people I've asked to come.
The dress code: http://www.leehotti.com/originals/originals.htm

Seriously just don't dress like a thug. Avoid baggy hoodies and tims and you shouldn't have a problem. Sneaks and jeans are fine.

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Post by seckle » Thu Jun 22, 2006 5:31 pm

dq wrote:
djgyn wrote:If there's a dress code concern, I REALLY need to know in advance, as I have to relay that to people I've asked to come.
The dress code: http://www.leehotti.com/originals/originals.htm

Seriously just don't dress like a thug. Avoid baggy hoodies and tims and you shouldn't have a problem. Sneaks and jeans are fine.
LOL. Big up avalon and the gotti bros too.

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Post by djgyn » Thu Jun 22, 2006 6:31 pm

seckle wrote:
djgyn wrote:If there's a dress code concern, I REALLY need to know in advance, as I have to relay that to people I've asked to come.
No real dress code. You can wear sneakers. That said, you should keep in mind that people do dress up for this place, as it's one of our oldest and most well known venues in the city. You're going to have people in t-shirts next to people in high fashion shit too.
I'm pretty familiar with the venue, and I've been going there for various club nights and concerts for the last 10-12 years. :wink:

I'll be there dressed in my bloody hospital scrubs and a pair of pink flip flops, demanding rewind after rewind.
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Post by djgyn » Thu Jun 22, 2006 6:33 pm

dq wrote:
djgyn wrote:If there's a dress code concern, I REALLY need to know in advance, as I have to relay that to people I've asked to come.
The dress code: http://www.leehotti.com/originals/originals.htm

Seriously just don't dress like a thug. Avoid baggy hoodies and tims and you shouldn't have a problem. Sneaks and jeans are fine.
Tanned guido. Got it! See you tomorrow! Gonna be siiiiiick!
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Post by seckle » Fri Jun 23, 2006 11:22 am

TONIGHT! 8)

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Post by sek [espionage] » Fri Jun 23, 2006 1:17 pm

rootin' for ye boyz!
tear the roof of the mother!!!!!!

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Post by the lexxus » Fri Jun 23, 2006 7:04 pm

Ready






Set





Brock!!!
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Post by seckle » Sat Jun 24, 2006 1:54 am

everything is a go! everyone's here. big! see you tonight.

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Post by rf » Sat Jun 24, 2006 8:56 am

so how was this?

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Post by joenicedj » Sat Jun 24, 2006 3:19 pm

This one was unreal. no joke. unreal.


I'm home 4 hours later -- and i left NYC @ 7pm. The bus also stopped in Philadelphia -- the bus driver was flying!

Just when you thought that it couldnt get any bigger -- it just did. The whole night -- start to finish....went off !

everything.

djs.
dubsteppers.
girls.
photogs.
a-list celebrities.
hip hop legends.
everyone and everything was just right -- all the way around.

360.

i need sleep -- again. Photos, mix sets, more thoughts and everything else appropriate is forthcoming.

naptime !


p.s. - Me, MC Child, JohnAsk, Digital K, the KingTubby Sound System and Sister Nancy next month at ArtScape. If you're in the NYC / Philly / DC / Boston area -- DO NOT miss this one.

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Post by kozee » Sat Jun 24, 2006 3:51 pm

WHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
PICS NOW!

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Post by adruu » Sat Jun 24, 2006 4:00 pm

CELEBRITIES!

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Post by kool ej » Sat Jun 24, 2006 5:04 pm

Shouts to everyone who came out last night. If you were there, I don't have to tell you that it was OFF THE MOTHERF*CKING HOOK!!!!!!!

Special shouts to JOE NICE, CLIFF AKA DJ SEOUL (thanks again for the Vodka hook up!), SKREAM, VICEROY, LEXXUS, EMCEE CHILD, DAVE Q, SELECTOR MOLDY & anybody that danced with me on the floor (including the group of girls that kept battling me!). Sorry if I stepped on a few toes while jumping around like a fool - I really couldn't control myself.

Oh, and of course CAMO HIGH GRAVITY MALT LIQUOR deserves a special mention for kickstarting my night & fuelling my antics for the evening!!!

RESPECT NYC DUBSTEP CREW!!!!!!!!

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