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  • #1268602
    thelog
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    What???

    #1268603
    thelog
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    Oh wait is it too late to say oxide nutreno

    Oh no this night I was having a little party up stamner park and I was doing K and DMT so lad had his Ipod wired up and this tune came on while I was tripping. I was like “WTF I thought this tune died in 2001???

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S84oGQrh3Qc

    Logs not a fan of garage incase you haven’t guessed. Don’t mind the housey stuff though

    #1268639
    Deez
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    I don’t give a fuck what anyone says, this is a sick tune

    #1268606
    damo666
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    Love the oldskool garage and some of the newer bassline stuff.

    All about the speed garage mainly for me though, Which funnily enough has just started to get played quite often on our rig just recently.

    Will have to find some classics to post now lol.

    #1268620
    season.
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    @damo666 536712 wrote:

    Love the oldskool garage and some of the newer bassline stuff.

    All about the speed garage mainly for me though, Which funnily enough has just started to get played quite often on our rig just recently.

    Will have to find some classics to post now lol.

    Love some of the newer bassline/speed garage. It’s played a LOT on rigs down in devon, i hope it becomes more popular in the east though 😀

    #1268613
    p0ly
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    #1268604
    thelog
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    Do you really like it, is it is it wi-kid.

    The only tunes I liked are on a couple of tapes I managed to acquire over the years. One was a breaking science tape me thinks

    #1268594
    Anonymous

    I dont know what garage is, sounds quite urban.

    #1268629
    pyross.
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    #1268612
    DaftFader
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    @p0ly 536716 wrote:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h1l4pDXbkic

    gabrielle, sincere etc

    BING BING BING BONG BONG BONG BONG.

    #1268614
    pearsall
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    #1268621
    season.
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    As much as i love garage i’ve never been to a garage rave before (think they’re quite a few in london with nu school garage/deephouse etc). But i know they were huge in the nineties/early naughtys, so what kind of tunes did they play?? I was much to young to ever go to any kind of garage rave back when it was really huge, but it does interest me. Weird as it might sound to some, i can’t really imagine a rave with this kind of music. It just seems to chilled out and too downtempo, but hey i’m here to be enlightened! I think i’m just used to the tunes played at the raves where i’m at, being a lot of minimal techno, progressive, hard trance, dark dnb and jungle

    #1268616
    joksgez
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    as far as im aware garage raves were often seedy affairs full of rank blokes ‘grinding’ women and basically violating them, but i might just be stereotyping

    #1268595
    General Lighting
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    @joksgez 539390 wrote:

    as far as im aware garage raves were often seedy affairs full of rank blokes ‘grinding’ women and basically violating them, but i might just be stereotyping

    you left out the gang battles and shootings.

    #1268605
    thelog
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    @General Lighting 539392 wrote:

    you left out the gang battles and shootings.

    I was gonna say the scene is plagued by bad vibes. I was once pissing myself laughing at a mixmag article where they were trying to claim the exact opposite, saying Oh you would expect to go in to the dark moody club and be confronted by people sizing you up and lots or argy bargy on the dance floor and bar queues but thy claimed to see none of it. I don’t know if they were being paid to write the club a good review or soemthing but I know for a fact that garage nights used to attract the biggest wankers in dance music history. My friends went to a big garage NYE jobbie and ended up leaving really early on because the attitude in there was so tense. There are also countless cases of shootings and stabbings as GL hinted.

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    @thelog 539499 wrote:

    I was gonna say the scene is plagued by bad vibes. I was once pissing myself laughing at a mixmag article where they were trying to claim the exact opposite, saying Oh you would expect to go in to the dark moody club and be confronted by people sizing you up and lots or argy bargy on the dance floor and bar queues but thy claimed to see none of it. I don’t know if they were being paid to write the club a good review or soemthing but I know for a fact that garage nights used to attract the biggest wankers in dance music history. My friends went to a big garage NYE jobbie and ended up leaving really early on because the attitude in there was so tense. There are also countless cases of shootings and stabbings as GL hinted.

    I wonder why that is? A lot of garage is pretty uplifting and happy music haha

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    General Lighting
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    @Seasonz 539501 wrote:

    I wonder why that is? A lot of garage is pretty uplifting and happy music haha

    True, but it has also become townie/drinking music. People these days will fight at any music event, there is a fuckload of sexual tension / competition at any nightlife and on the music scene. Perhaps its something you notice more as you get older/or move away from London where you get desensetised to conflict and violence so in a new location this stands out.

    I am aware of people older than me (45+) fighting each other at a indie rock event at a decent real ale pub with bands young enough to be their kids, and someone being beaten to death at a trance/hardhouse event in East Anglia back in the 90s when there was usually good drugs and normally friendly vibes.

    Music are marginally safer now but thats because of the feds and Councils keeping an eye on things from above and refusing licenses to those who put on sketchy/moody events, not the scene cleaning itself up.

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    @General Lighting 539504 wrote:

    True, but it has also become townie/drinking music. People these days will fight at any music event, there is a fuckload of sexual tension / competition at any nightlife and on the music scene. Perhaps its something you notice more as you get older/or move away from London where you get desensetised to conflict and violence so in a new location this stands out.

    I am aware of people older than me (45+) fighting each other at a indie rock event at a decent real ale pub with bands young enough to be their kids, and someone being beaten to death at a trance/hardhouse event in East Anglia back in the 90s when there was usually good drugs and normally friendly vibes.

    Music are marginally safer now but thats because of the feds and Councils keeping an eye on things from above and refusing licenses to those who put on sketchy/moody events, not the scene cleaning itself up.

    Ahh i see. I’ve never actually understood violence at partys whatsoever.. it’s just completely unnecessary yet seems so common in the clubs and bars. In Bury St Edmunds late at night i always see 30-40 year old men outside bars arguing about something

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    General Lighting
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    @Seasonz 539506 wrote:

    Ahh i see. I’ve never actually understood violence at partys whatsoever.. it’s just completely unnecessary yet seems so common in the clubs and bars. In Bury St Edmunds late at night i always see 30-40 year old men outside bars arguing about something

    there was a Pink concert in Ipswich at Portman Road a while back and they underestimated how many stewards and feds they needed and the atmosphere outside was worse than at the footy! Four arrests as well which is a lot bearing in mind the bulk of the punters were 12 year old girls and their parents..

    Some folk round here could start a fight in a empty house…

    #1268624
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    @General Lighting 539507 wrote:

    there was a Pink concert in Ipswich at Portman Road a while back and they underestimated how many stewards and feds they needed and the atmosphere outside was worse than at the footy! Four arrests as well which is a lot bearing in mind the bulk of the punters were 12 year old girls and their parents..

    Some folk round here could start a fight in a empty house…

    jesus… at a Pink concert!? Thats just pathetic really. I swear there some groups of people who start fights for no reason other than the excitement of being in a fight :S

    #1268625
    season.
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    https://soundcloud.com/urulu/things-i-didnt-mean-ep-sampler
    https://soundcloud.com/huxley_uk/maxxi-soundsystem-stellas-way
    https://soundcloud.com/theshadowchild/23-ft-tymer-out-12-12-12-food

    I just been speaking to a mate who currently lives in london and was telling me about the raves he’s been going to and recommended me some sick garage tunes! So for whoever is interested, have a listen
    (sorry i don’t know how to embed the soundcloud thingy)

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