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    Yay, Fabric reopens and London survives!:

    https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/...ing-conditions

    Banning everyone with an age of exactly 18 is the masterstroke required to rectify matters - obviously - and a lifetime ban for anyone caught "asking for drugs" seems pretty reasonable and entirely un-dystopian.

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    I like the idea of people not asking for drugs. Let's get these dealers really working for their money.

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    This http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-en...-a7898056.html has some pretty funny moments, and is crowned by a tweet straight from the "spoiled moaning DJs on twitter" thread

    probably more double-edged than intended, that one, considering the "festival" is fucked by it's own need to be near to lazy gentrifiers
    Predictably, the majority of Sunfall attendees seemed primarily there to be present at a significant event in their particular social scene, with the music at best a welcome by-product, if not simply background entertainment. It seemed that whether this year's performers Helena Hauff and Shanti Celeste were on stage, or say, Dusky and Eats Everything, it would not have made a big difference to most. A big festival-type congregation for London post-graduates to take pills, create an instagram story and be home in half an hour, featuring music above a certain floor of cultural capital, will always be popular. There’s nothing inherently wrong in this – perma-tanned investment managers have to hang out somewhere – but it undoubtedly means that there’s little chance of Sunfall’s consumer base deserting the festival en masse because of underwhelming sound.
    harsh,

    i say bring back Shane Collins' Brocky Park Ganja festival

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