General Discussion: The Clubbing Thread


hdsy-
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3904 posts since 30/4/06

26 Oct 2007 18:36
club thread

want to know what events there are on a particular day? check resident advisor's events listing
hdsy-
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3904 posts since 30/4/06

26 Oct 2007 18:38
I'll start in my own thread… Fancy both of these but don't think I can spare the cash to come down to London this month



seeing Marco V at gatecrasher nottingham tonight though and maybe acqueviva at firefly tomorrow (depending on how well tonight goes)

Best
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9773 posts since 21/10/05

26 Oct 2007 18:40
saw grooverider on saturday, was excellent, i am loving how more girls are getting in to drum and bass
Ineff
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9820 posts since 7/4/04

26 Oct 2007 18:40
BANic at the disco.
hdsy-
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3904 posts since 30/4/06

26 Oct 2007 18:43
i didnt have you down as a DNB type besty!

2 replies and only 1 call for a ban. better than i thought it might go Laughing out loud
Charles Winthorpe III
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5474 posts since 29/7/05

26 Oct 2007 18:50
not a big fan of the together nites as they tend to be a little cheesey sometimes. but that nite is worth it for todd terje and ettiene de crecy alone.

i'm in berlin this weekend.. so its the weekend club and dixon and the innercityvisions nite. love this venue and i love dixons sets.

http://www.innercityvisions.com/

any london headz out tonite, derrick carter at the end. nuff said.
Charles Winthorpe III
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5474 posts since 29/7/05

26 Oct 2007 18:53
also, was a bit gutted i missed giles pettersons label party at the end recently. moodyman played a deep deep set with a bit of grime too apparently.
NB
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571 posts since 21/10/07

26 Oct 2007 19:05
I was in a club the other day and the DJ called out over the mic: 'Who likes Drum and Bass?' and then played three songs (in a row) by Pendulum. Typical behaviour.
We left shortly after.
wellworn
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831 posts since 6/7/02

26 Oct 2007 22:29
billy ray valentine wrote: also, was a bit gutted i missed giles pettersons label party at the end recently. moodyman played a deep deep set with a bit of grime too apparently.

Excuse my ignorance, many years since I've actually been in a club, but what the fuck is grime? And is there a deep house renaissance happening at the moment?
Charles Winthorpe III
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5474 posts since 29/7/05

27 Oct 2007 09:46
wellworn wrote:
billy ray valentine wrote: also, was a bit gutted i missed giles pettersons label party at the end recently. moodyman played a deep deep set with a bit of grime too apparently.

Excuse my ignorance, many years since I've actually been in a club, but what the fuck is grime? And is there a deep house renaissance happening at the moment?


not sure about a deep house renaissance, but the german minimal scene for me is pretty deep.. and although london doesnt really have many deep house nites as such, you are getting deep house labels and artists putting on more and more nights. labels like innervisions from berlin and the uk's urbantorque are putting out some quality stuff. i wasnt really into it until i started going to ben watts nites at neighbourhood for his buzzin fly label, which was very deep, but recently has gone alot more tech.

a few others here may be able to explain grime a little better as i dont really listen to it.. but grime evolved from garage. people like roll deep, wiley and commericial artists like kano and the mitchell brothers consider themselves grime artists.
Ruben
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10775 posts since 2/7/03

27 Oct 2007 09:50
Maybe not 100% accurate but a reasonable overview. Docdoom, Whitey and Jaer are grime boys iirc.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grime_%28music%29
Larry
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1980 posts since 9/9/03

27 Oct 2007 13:43
Is derrick carter still on the go?

Inner City is something else, its at Weekend on something like the 10th floor of a high rise in Berlin.
FLG
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5860 posts since 21/5/04

27 Oct 2007 14:00
Been to that place Cool Is it Trevor Jackson/Playgroup's?
burny
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5789 posts since 25/5/06

27 Oct 2007 14:09
Went to this last night and im in pain now.

Noble Locks
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66963 posts since 10/7/03

27 Oct 2007 16:14
NB wrote: I was in a club the other day and the DJ called out over the mic: 'Who likes Drum and Bass?' and then played three songs (in a row) by Pendulum. Typical behaviour.
We left shortly after.
sure it wasnt the half term school disco in the assembly hall…i mean what clubs have a mic that the dj speaks on apart from what ive mentioned, weddings and bobbys bar in tenerife?


p.s pm steve walsh.
Heath
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2490 posts since 26/7/06

27 Oct 2007 16:18
NB wrote: I was in a club the other day and the DJ called out over the mic: 'Who likes Drum and Bass?' and then played three songs (in a row) by Pendulum. Typical behaviour.
We left shortly after.

This always fucks me off. I realise that they're not going to play some of the drum and bass songs I love, because I've gone to a shitty club because that's where the women wanted to go, but seriously, if I hear fucking "Blood Sugar", "Slam" or the heresy that is "Tarantula" ever again, I'll probably end myself on the spot. Just give us some variety - Hype, Zinc, Grooverider - well known names, I'm sure even the morons in the club would have heard of them…
Fucking pendulum.

p.s. whenever I see this thread as I browse, I always think it's called the "Cunting Thread". My expectations always get shot down when I realise Sad
JaiRo
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1135 posts since 28/11/06

27 Oct 2007 17:39
Ministry of Sounds 16th birthday on 17th Nov.

Mark Knight and Dubfire from Deep Dish are on, it will be a mad one that's for sure.

Have any of found any really good places to hit for NYE? I only know of warehouse rave in Shoreditch hosted by Isst.
wellworn
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831 posts since 6/7/02

27 Oct 2007 20:09
JaiRo wrote: Ministry of Sounds 16th birthday on 17th Nov.

Mark Knight and Dubfire from Deep Dish are on, it will be a mad one that's for sure.

Have any of found any really good places to hit for NYE? I only know of warehouse rave in Shoreditch hosted by Isst.

I wish I had a time machine, I'd take myself back about 10 years to a Subliminal Records party at Ministry. Judging by their compilations over the last few years though, wouldn't fancy it now.
JaiRo
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1135 posts since 28/11/06

27 Oct 2007 23:09
wellworn wrote:
JaiRo wrote: Ministry of Sounds 16th birthday on 17th Nov.

Mark Knight and Dubfire from Deep Dish are on, it will be a mad one that's for sure.

Have any of found any really good places to hit for NYE? I only know of warehouse rave in Shoreditch hosted by Isst.

I wish I had a time machine, I'd take myself back about 10 years to a Subliminal Records party at Ministry. Judging by their compilations over the last few years though, wouldn't fancy it now.

Yeah I know what you mean mate but man, Deep Dish is in the place whether part of or whole, they never fail to deliver.
Ruben
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10775 posts since 2/7/03

28 Oct 2007 09:55
Noble Locks wrote:
NB wrote: I was in a club the other day and the DJ called out over the mic: 'Who likes Drum and Bass?' and then played three songs (in a row) by Pendulum. Typical behaviour.
We left shortly after.
sure it wasnt the half term school disco in the assembly hall…i mean what clubs have a mic that the dj speaks on apart from what ive mentioned, weddings and bobbys bar in tenerife?


p.s pm steve walsh.

Laughing out loud