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    Default BASH 27TH July, London: Coki/Skream/Loefah/The Bug



    Thursday 27th July (And the last Thursday of every month)

    Coki (DMZ)
    Skream (Tempa)
    The Bug (Rephlex)
    Loefah (DMZ)

    10-2
    Plastic People,
    Curtain Road, London

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    I will be there, will you?
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    Skream can't make it anymore sadly but i'll see you there.

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    Has it been a month already? Yeah, will probably go

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    yep.

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    make yourself known on thursday matt! look for 3 blokes who quite clearly post on dissensus!

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    LOL!

    surely. i'll be with my friend paul, who doesn't post on here, so fuck knows what he'll make of it!

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    Be great to see you Matt.

    PM on the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by john eden
    Be great to see you Matt.

    PM on the way.
    likewise.

    will be nice too meet you all...

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    john - have you heard any names of mcs banded about ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BASH
    Coki(Digital Mystikz), Kode 9(Hyperdub), The Bug(Ninja Tune) & Loefah(DMZ) plus host Sgt Pokes will be raising the temperature on Thursday 27th July at BASH. Strictly party, no arty farty, big bottom tunes and heavyweight grooves

    Thursday 27th July(And the last Thursday of every month)

    BASH
    At Plastic People.
    (Presented by The Bug & Loefah)
    147-149 Curtain Rd., London. EC2

    Policy :
    Bashment, Dub, Ragga, Rockers, Roots, Dubstep, Lovers, Hip Hop...

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    I can't go but this will be fab
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    Another good one.

    Kode9 kicked off with an erratic selection of party tunes - Cameo, bits of hip hop. WTF? It was actually pretty good and fair play to him for deviating from the traditional warm up of 70s roots (tho I would have preferred that really!). At some point he went off on a late 90s tangent with a version excursion on either Volume or Baddis Ting. Wicked.

    Loefah was up next - I can't remember a lot about his set, but it was well up to his usual standards. I chatted to him briefly a while back about his reggae selections and was surprised to hear how critical he was of himself - I think he's a wicked selector and seems really confident about mashing up eras and styles - something I find really engaging after witnessing lots of brilliantly themed (but predictable) sets by more "traditional" reggae DJs over the years.

    Loefah finished up with some dubstep and Coki took over on the same tip. Some Skream* tune got played which had all us old gits furrowing our brows and going "is this dubstep? it sounds like...". Anyway, this followed on with some more garagey type stuff from the d'step 'nuum. No idea what any of it was. Good though. Yeah. Oh yeah, he also boshed out some great late 80s / early 90s raggamuffin biz like Admiral Bailey's "No Wey Better Than Yard" and Shabba's "Wicked in Bed", which got the dancefloor gyrating proper.

    Then Kevin Martin blew the roof off. Again. His set was slightly marred by the presence of a couple of retards repeatedly shouting "dubstep! dubstep!" in the quieter bits like he's a fucking jukebox or something. But fortunately we were instead treated to some stone cold killers like:

    Smiley Culture- Cockney Translation
    Tippa Irie - Lyric Maker (oh yes!)
    Cutty Ranks - Limb By Limb
    the "Truth & Rights" relick from last year

    alongside some Bug classics like "Dem a Bomb We", "Aktion Pak" and "Politicians & Pedophiles" - all of which were dubbed to buggery, ripping Plastic People up into tiny pieces and then stickig it all back together again. Kevin also brought in some more electro-tinges, which was interesting.

    More "no-shows" from MCs this time, but it seemed to matter less this time for some reason.

    Good turn out from various crews - nods to Boomnoise and Matt B. The place wasn't full by any means, but I thought the atmosphere was great anyway. thank fuck for the aircon!

    Hold tight for the next one, big things are promised... sounds like this is just phase one.

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    * Thanks, as ever, to Boomnoise for the tune ID

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    Kevin's stealing your choons!!!

    Sounds like another wicked night, possibly the best so far. "No Wey Better Than Yard" -- chooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooonnnnnnn nnnnnnnnnnnnnnn!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Was the Skream one Dutch Flowerz? If so that's the dubstep track I've been wanting John to hear all year...
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2stepfan
    Kevin's stealing your choons!!!

    Sounds like another wicked night, possibly the best so far. "No Wey Better Than Yard" -- chooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooonnnnnnn nnnnnnnnnnnnnnn!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Was the Skream one Dutch Flowerz? If so that's the dubstep track I've been wanting John to hear all year...
    He's not nicking "my" tunes , he's larging up the uk-fast-chat-deejay-current (and additionally is actually putting some cash in Tippa's pocket if things go to plan )

    The Skream one sounded like some kind of mid 90s shaka-style steppers business, does that help?

    Anyway, on that note, should I get dubstep allstars 3 or 4, in your opinion? (i.e. which do you think I would like best?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2stepfan
    Kevin's stealing your choons!!!

    Sounds like another wicked night, possibly the best so far. "No Wey Better Than Yard" -- chooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooonnnnnnn nnnnnnnnnnnnnnn!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Was the Skream one Dutch Flowerz? If so that's the dubstep track I've been wanting John to hear all year...

    it was Smiley Face by skream.

    Not long to wait for Dutch Flowers now.

    Good to see you John, as always

    and very nice to meet matt b - thoroughly top bloke.
    Last edited by boomnoise; 28-07-2006 at 02:27 PM.

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