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Acid Loafers

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  • Birthday 07/03/1994

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  1. Should have been expected but August seemed far away enough to be hopeful... Houghton is so cursed 😭
  2. Came here to share this, very interesting mix by Jamie, I loved and hated it at different points. I also checked out Seb Wildbloods EM and was impressed. Very broad range of selections by him, though less clashing of sounds compared to Jamie.
  3. Not decks but a controller instead but the Pioneer ddj 400 is doing wonders for me with rekordbox. Easiest "first" purchase I'd recommend to anyone thinking about it.
  4. The idea that Houghton could get cancelled again... The festival that could never get a break 😂
  5. Next year's resale is probably the best chance at getting tickets then I feel. Wonder how much the announced lineup will differ. Am especially sad for all the food vendors, pretty sure Glasto week is a decent cash influx for them, so losing that is going to be rough on a lot them. Strength and love to you all!
  6. Next year's resale is probably the best chance at getting tickets then I feel. Wonder how much the announced lineup will differ. Am especially sad for all the food vendors, pretty sure Glasto week is a decent cash influx for them, so losing that is going to be rough on a lot them. Strength and love to you all!
  7. Was lucky enough to catch Squid open for Metronomy at the Camden Roundhouse. Didn't know of them before and definitely got me and a few others moving to their vibe. Also got a few good jokes, got on well with the crowd. I'm usually skeptical of openers (mostly due to how many bad ones I feel like I've seen) but Squid left a great impression on us, would definitely be one I'd highlight on my clash finder, if I was going. Highly recommend, John Peel is calling their name.
  8. Dj Seinfeld excels at All Night Longs imo. Best way to see him. Seen him do hour and a bit slots at festivals and was nowhere near the same experience. I might be going to the Hunee 10hr at Phonox, which to some might sound like a nightmare but idk I love the journey.
  9. CBD are a unique bunch of boys. Seen em 3 times and each time has been so different. Don't really expect anything like their releases, they go much harder and it's never that soft. Their latest release come together is much more similar to what they play, compared to midnight in peckham, I feel. Glasto, 3:00 am set at Stonebridge, a bit all over the place but upbeat and fun. They ended up going very trancey and upbeat dropping stuff like 1998 binary finary, till i come, better off alone. a wild messy one. like them. Corsica, they were very chill, nothing really ticked any boxes for me, also another 3:00 am set actually, cant remember any tunes in particular, but room 1 was too rammo so ended up spending the night in the empty room 2 which was Japanese disco, which i enjoyed more. Village Underground, the other week was their best night I've seen them, we were there almost from open. Felt like the set was rhythm focused, smooth mixing and mostly tunes I'd never heard before. Some tracks with like 5 minute keyboard solo, jazz vibes on a nice beat (i know i said they never do . These are my shazams from the night. All I can say is that, with CBD, you don't know what you'll get, but it will be a fun night. Sha
  10. IICON looked insane last year, but none of the music ever caught my attention and ended up walking past it most times. Good to hear they going to improve on that end, the field could have handled a lot more crowd, just nothing on that people wanted to listen to really.
  11. Dunno why, seeing all the plans he had this year hits so hard to me. No matter what you're working on, life can just disappear like that.
  12. Think I'd rather see them at Reading than the 02, looking at the US part of the tour it's all stadiums & arenas. Where else would they play if they came to London?
  13. PSA: Houghton Tickets are held until 48 Hours before the event, as RA has been doing for several events now. As far as I know, RA is the only ticket seller. If I were going to get rid of my Houghton tickets (still unsure), I'd throw them back to RA and use their official re-sell tool. If you plan on buying later, just keep checking RA as it will often fluctuate from sold out to having tickets available as people change their minds. Nobody will (should) have any tickets until 48 hours before, and anybody saying otherwise should be heavily doubted, in my opinion. Regarding Houghton sound, what is the sound/sleep situation? I'm all about the music, I'm also about getting some sleep, daily. I'm sure doesn't sound as exciting a weekend as the lad who didn't sleep for 3 days... Does the whole campsite hear thumping all night/morning? Or are some areas worse than others?
  14. Butch is great if you somehow haven't heard of him. No idea what he is like behind the decks, but his tracks are always on my playlists and a must see for me if he's on a lineup I'm at. This is his most recent release, you may have heard it or will hear it this summer I bet. And this one you may have heard about 2 summers ago. Though still bangs.
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