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BIRMINGHAM DUBSTEP HEADS

Post by glacius » Sun Jan 20, 2008 12:46 pm

Big up everyone in Birmingham and all of the people that helped push the scene!!

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Post by Be-1ne » Sun Jan 20, 2008 2:02 pm

Welcome to the city that dosen't support itself.

Shame as it has so much potential.

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Post by felis » Sun Jan 20, 2008 3:19 pm

Large up Glacius !!!

.... Birmingham needs dubstep !!!


Leicester & Notts supporting the Midlands scene @ the moment !!!

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Post by Littlefoot » Sun Jan 20, 2008 3:22 pm

FELIS wrote:Large up Glacius !!!

.... Birmingham needs dubstep !!!


Leicester & Notts supporting the Midlands scene @ the moment !!!

Leicester and Notts should work together and make a super mega East Midlands team to show the West Mids how to do it!
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Post by dj miller g » Wed Jan 23, 2008 9:46 pm

will defo pm u tmoz

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Post by whomanity » Thu Jan 31, 2008 1:44 am

Yes it's taking a while for dubstep to catch birmingham but this year thats gonna change.

We work with a monthly nite at the Rainbow in digbeth called BASSYNC y'all should check it out and support.we play phat beats on a nice soundsystem

next one is Sunday march 9th

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Post by glacius » Thu Jan 31, 2008 9:38 am

Big ups to whomanity!

It's good to see people pushing dubstep out as much as they can!

:D

Hopefully if I get some time, I'll try and be there!
Bell you soon!

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Re: birmingham dubstep

Post by Be-1ne » Thu Jan 31, 2008 7:29 pm

whomanity wrote:Yes it's taking a while for dubstep to catch birmingham but this year thats gonna change.

We work with a monthly nite at the Rainbow in digbeth called BASSYNC y'all should check it out and support.we play phat beats on a nice soundsystem

next one is Sunday march 9th

peace.whomanity
Safe man. would this be the same date you spoke to me about earlier?? you know who dis is right?

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Post by glacius » Mon Feb 04, 2008 8:45 pm

Ez got a flyer for WHAT! DUBSTEP?

below!!

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Post by krytikal » Mon Feb 04, 2008 8:50 pm

big up rootys, rootys is sick!

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Post by Be-1ne » Mon Feb 04, 2008 9:06 pm

[quote="citizend4ne"]big up rootys, rootys is sick![/quote]

is it? Ive never been to a nightout there. Ive eaten there a couple of times and it was a bit :?

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Post by krytikal » Mon Feb 04, 2008 9:24 pm

its sumwhere 2 go afta custard factory or sumthin at bout 3am wen ur nutted

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Post by ratling » Mon Feb 04, 2008 9:50 pm

good luck with the night ive played the custard factory at drop beats not bombs although it was the pool marque.... wicked venue though!

good to see new nights :wink:

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Post by dj miller g » Mon Feb 04, 2008 10:08 pm

im playin this friday at custard factory in the kitchen u shud cum up glacious shud b an alrite night if u ay doin nuffin

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Post by dj miller g » Tue Feb 05, 2008 6:49 pm

dnt meen to burst ur bubble or nuttin glacious but did u no skream and benga are playin at custard factory the same night as WHAT!

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Post by glacius » Tue Feb 05, 2008 10:30 pm

yer man, I noticed

we can't change our date and we've got a monthly event so hopefully it will pick up whenever if not this one.

Sound newayz for the info

Come see us if your around, shud be a good night!
Catch you about man!

:D

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Post by limb » Wed Feb 06, 2008 6:39 pm

I tried to set up a dubstep night about 6 months back, in the end the place I was trying to do it at shut, then changed hands (king Edward) so I looked into doing it on a larger proper scale, figured it would be too much of a risk. Also the custard factory is a lousy club, no offence to the people putting that one on, but I don't think it has the right atmosphere for a dubstep night (except maybe at drop beats.)

Anyways I built up a fair few contacts of local little dj's who would be up for playing at anything set up. So if you want them I could pass them on to you.

I'd still like to set something up here, its just about finding the right place, (thinking the que club has just opened one of its little rooms as a separate club called Q2, or the Rainbow warehouse, though I worry about their sound system) But the only real worry is having the balls to piss a load of my money against a wall in the hope that people do turn up. Loads of people are buying the records in Birmingham, and people seem to know about it, I played a party on New Years Eve and everyone knew what it was, it got as good a response as the drum and bass. So I think Birmingham defiantly has a lot of potential, an untapped market, anyone whos thinking of setting something up should defiantly go for it. In my opinion.

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Post by dj miller g » Wed Feb 06, 2008 9:23 pm

custard factory is probably the best club in brum an the medicine bar is perfect 4 dubstep as skream an n-type an coki have proved what other club can u go to an openly smoke weed! the atmnosphere all depends on the people attending. fair enuf the kitchen hasnt really got an atmospehere but the medicine bar is big!

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Post by starz » Fri Mar 21, 2008 5:26 am

making a trip out there this summer.. hoping to skank out to to some dubstep!!!
can't wait...

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Post by boy_arena » Fri Mar 21, 2008 11:43 am

I think the midlands has got a really close and supportive audience for dubstep right now I see birmingham heads making the journey to leicester events lecester heads supporting birmingham events nottingham etc etc.

I think a midlands event would be huge theres enough support rnd here now thanx to some real hard working steppers have pushed things forward to where they stand today.

Bigup felis, glacius etc you know who you are, the scene up here wouldnt be as alive as it is today if it werent for you guys pushing things along.

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