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OK, long post. Strap in. Got pretty obsessed about secret areas (piano bar, rabbit hole etc) in my earliest Glastonbury years and I happened to read this in the build up to the 2016 festival. Jus

Deadline for readying all the assets hitting now. They can't push it beyond the weekend – next 48hrs it's due. Suffice to say, no-one is walking away from this thread unhappy. Some absolute pearl

Happy to announce today that I have made it to the live finals of Bestival's Invaders of the Future competition, and will be competing for a slot at the festival this year next week

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23 hours ago, Dom Wall said:

Dusky's live set was good whilst it lasted. Seemed to flow well, whilst having at least the keys played and vocals triggered.

Completely forgot they had a live show! I remember seeing them at Motion and Parakeet Feet sounded unbelievably huge compared to when they play it in sets.

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unsure if it's quite the right thread to put this on, but stanton warriors and fatboy slim are doing a stream from the arch in brighton tonight, thoroughly enjoying stanton warriors at the mo but in case anyone's stuck for a saturday night it's on beatports twitch or facebook 

 

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1 hour ago, TheFullShaboo said:

After leaving what must be the perfect festival site, i'm slightly cautious to book again. 

Has anybody been to Love International or any of the other festivals that use the Garden Resort is Tisno? 

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I only went to the Fort once, but yes, fantastic venue. I will long remember DVS1 in the Moat...

But look at that line-up...

Skee MAsk b2b Stenny is on a few line-ups, and I need to see them. Steevio and Suzy Bee's mental live massive analogue modular stacks...yes please. Karenn, Helena H, Pangaea, Stingray, Nicolas Lutz, the god that is DVS1...

So much stuff in there.

And if there's any danger of it not going ahead by July, then all of us in here will already be bloody distraught, so fingers crossed.

Ben

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On 8/14/2020 at 1:32 PM, stuartbert two hats said:

I've come out of musical hibernation and have a new track:

Detailed feedback welcome.😁

The drums on this remind me of that Stephen Morris fella. 

It does have a nod towards Confusion as well.

Top stuff mate. Straight out of New York in 83, it is very Arthur Baker.

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27 minutes ago, eastynh said:

The drums on this remind me of that Stephen Morris fella. 

It does have a nod towards Confusion as well.

Top stuff mate. Straight out of New York in 83, it is very Arthur Baker.

Except mine are on the beat, obvs.

 

I'm not going to disappoint your fishing expedition :D

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56 minutes ago, bennyhana22 said:

I only went to the Fort once, but yes, fantastic venue. I will long remember DVS1 in the Moat...

But look at that line-up...

Skee MAsk b2b Stenny is on a few line-ups, and I need to see them. Steevio and Suzy Bee's mental live massive analogue modular stacks...yes please. Karenn, Helena H, Pangaea, Stingray, Nicolas Lutz, the god that is DVS1...

So much stuff in there.

And if there's any danger of it not going ahead by July, then all of us in here will already be bloody distraught, so fingers crossed.

Ben

The moat was both spectacular and precarious - i have no idea what would have happened if everyone need to evacuate at once! 

Think im going to take a punt on the new venue, everything ive read about it from Love International festival seems to be positive even though it seems to lack the big 'showstoppers' it once had - the moat, mungos and the clearing. Right now though id literally take anything for a few days in the sun bopping away till the early hours! 

 

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Had a terrific time at The Garden for Dekmantel Selectors 2018, in spite of an apocalyptic storm wiping out a day's worth of music. It's a great site, small and modest but works well for a fest.

It definitely lacks the variance and sense of grandeur which made Fort Punta truly special, but that is a tasty line-up and the idea of dancing by the water's edge is too tempting to ignore. I'm very possibly in for that.

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Really enjoying the Bonobo and TEED collaboration, bit of a throwback but it's a load of fun amongst COVID misery. I can't wait for the first big night out, when this is under control.

 

 

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On 8/17/2020 at 11:55 AM, Brave Sir Robin said:

Me too. Good to hear him doing some stuff with beats again, even if it comes with some more ambient tracks (which I also enjoy).

Just releasing a 10 inch looks like start of next year now and digital release of a few of the dancey tracks that did not fit the album but he wanted to release

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Anyone been to Warmup festival? 

Not sure I can make 2021 sadly but like the look of it and a lot of the line up 

 

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mmm now looks like it sold out anyway, was meant to post this the other week

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8 hours ago, Madyaker said:

Anyone else really starting to miss raves now? One of the many things I kind of took for granted.

More than I can express. Other than festivals, to which I almost only ever go to one a year, occasionally two, my all-night nights out dancing are incredibly important to me in terms of general well-being and happiness. I don't go out more than every 2-3 months, but when I do it's invariably a biggie and I just love them SOOOOOOOO much 😭.

And I'm sorry, but I ain't going to any events until they're proper, normal raves again. I applaud venues for their innovation and efforts in doing some of these sit-down, limited-number table events, but it's just not for me, I'm afraid. I realise that it's possibly the difference between sink or swim for them, but I'd rather just chuck them some money as I know I can't enjoy the event as I should - for me dancing is in the dark, in a crowd.

The Tunnel Club in Brum - home of the legendary House of God, is Crowdfunding for survival. Happily sent them £20 yesterday. Please let this end now...

Ben
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Yep, really missing them. Going to Eats Everything at Lakota next weekend for a sit down event, but it's just not the same. 

I realised recently how much of my life and tastes have at least some relation to the dancefloor. Making tunes, playing tunes, going to festivals etc.

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