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    Quote Originally Posted by 2stepfan View Post
    Why THE FUCK can't they come on before 1 AM?

    Bollocks.
    to be fair there was still a massive queue when we left, so maybe that had something to do with it - getting people in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by john eden View Post
    to be fair there was still a massive queue when we left, so maybe that had something to do with it - getting people in.
    I think Ruff Sqwad had problems getting in- at least that's what I was told.
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    Fair enough, but...

    DMZ has a big crowd and top selectors all the way from 8PM.

    8PM!

    Bargain.

    Just shows that dubstep is a wee bit more organised than grime - they can even get their own artists into the building! Fancy that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2stepfan View Post
    Fair enough, but...

    DMZ has a big crowd and top selectors all the way from 8PM.

    8PM!

    Bargain.

    Just shows that dubstep is a wee bit more organised than grime - they can even get their own artists into the building! Fancy that!

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    It's also worth mentioning that Dubstep events don't face the same obstacles as Grime ones in terms of organisation.

    In the same way that it was easier to organise a tea dance at a tory social club in the 1970s than it was to organise a reggae soundsystem event.


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    Quote Originally Posted by john eden View Post
    It's also worth mentioning that Dubstep events don't face the same obstacles as Grime ones in terms of organisation.

    In the same way that it was easier to organise a tea dance at a tory social club in the 1970s than it was to organise a reggae soundsystem event.

    Sorry, it looks like I was comparing DMZ to a tory tea dance in that post, which is unfair as I haven't been to either.

    Can anyone on Dissensus who has been to both events please post up a comparison here?

    Thanks!

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