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Cant see a thread for this yet!

 

Who is everyone hoping to see after hours this year and where?  I know we don't have exact stages etc yet but general area will do..

 

 

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fat white family hell stage 6 AM 

 

 

really dirty and hard 

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I'm hoping for an Aphex Twin secret set (in a microvenue or anywhere for that matter) most of all.

As long as there'll be some decent DnB and techno to whet my whistle, I'll be a happy camper but by the time I get to the naughty corner I'm usually in a questionable state so if it bangs, I'll be loving it

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15 minutes ago, CaledonianGonzo said:

Less jump up drum and bass, more disco

there isn't enough drum and bass

 

but a bit of Queen wouldn't go a miss

 

 

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29 minutes ago, buffy394 said:

Agreed. Would love to see Honey Dijon there 

She'll almost certainly do NYC Downlow as she seems to be bezzie mates with Gideon & co.. Her set at Gala festival last year was awesome!

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17 minutes ago, FuzzyDunlop said:

Hell stage - Andrew WK

The dream lives on

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Do we know what's happening with the whole Heaven / Hell set up this year?  Have any clues been given?

I always find that I'm a bit intimidated out of going tbh.  I don't know the names, genres or anything on the lineup, and it gets so rammed in there (particularly put off after the mud and crushes of 2016) that just wandering in to find something I like just seems more hassle than it's worth.

If anyone can point me in the direction of a venue, stage or set that would be the equivalent of the Dave Pearce Trance Anthem albums I'd be mighty obliged :lol:

Unless it's Kolsch or an Etherwood live set.  Then I know where I'm going :)

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41 minutes ago, stocky3000 said:

Gerd Janson, DJ Koze, Avalon Emerson, Todd Terje and Daniel Avery would be a good start

That's a dream of a line up right there

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25 minutes ago, Jah_Roots said:

Jah Shaka - london underground 10pm sunday > 6am monday.

 

I'm not sure he'd cut his set as short as that :) 

59 minutes ago, CaledonianGonzo said:

Less jump up drum and bass, more disco

Also, more deep house, funky house, kwaito and moombahton

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39 minutes ago, LeeHC said:

She'll almost certainly do NYC Downlow as she seems to be bezzie mates with Gideon & co.. Her set at Gala festival last year was awesome!

I was there too. She was great. Midland fantastic also 

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1 hour ago, stocky3000 said:

Gerd Janson, DJ Koze, Avalon Emerson, Todd Terje and Daniel Avery would be a good start

Surrender was pretty much the soundtrack to my 2017.

 

32 minutes ago, Quark said:

Do we know what's happening with the whole Heaven / Hell set up this year?  Have any clues been given?

I always find that I'm a bit intimidated out of going tbh.  I don't know the names, genres or anything on the lineup, and it gets so rammed in there (particularly put off after the mud and crushes of 2016) that just wandering in to find something I like just seems more hassle than it's worth.

If anyone can point me in the direction of a venue, stage or set that would be the equivalent of the Dave Pearce Trance Anthem albums I'd be mighty obliged :lol:

Unless it's Kolsch or an Etherwood live set.  Then I know where I'm going :)

I find block 9 to be madder than heaven and hell tbh. London Underground is great if you like garage (which seems to be playing every time I go?!)

My friendship group is pretty split down the middle with die hard guitar band fans, and dance music industry folk - so I tend to follow their lead! However it has rubbed off on me over the years..

I have always found the Common to be slightly more 'chilled?!' if you can describe it that way. Rum shack is always fun and pretty relaxed, and the Cave is great (if you can get in).

Havent heard any word on the big ShangriLa theme but the stages last year (Clash, the big sound tower, truth stage) felt pretty chaotic to me -  which I know was going with the theme, but I preferred heaven and hell.

 

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dj  koze 

john talabot 

the field

Jon Hopkins 

Yaeji

Rival consoles 

fort romeu

AAL / Nicholas jarr 

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