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    Quote Originally Posted by Corpsey View Post


    This Dillinja interview always interested me, cos of what he says about perfecting one piece of the track and then just filling in the rest.
    29 nine minutes in is the moment jungle died. Although all that "Blue Note is like going to school" over rigid metallic beats was already pissing me off (retrospectively, I admit).

    That whole documentary has dated very badly. Lemon D, Adam F, J Majik...fuck off. Almost the equivalent of Britpop hubris. Horrible. Then Optical, too. Bum-fluff face harbinger of doom. Gross.

    Dillinja sequence is the only redeeming feature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craner View Post
    Bum-fluff face harbinger of doom
    teeheehee

    i like Ray Keith's "bonehead music" bit but generally it's fair to say none of them really do the music any favours with their line of patter

    even Goldie - the quote-machine gift to journalists - when you strip away the Goldie charisma, he's not actually saying much really - it's woffle for the most part

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    By comparison, this is Timeless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PiLhead View Post
    i like Ray Keith's "bonehead music" bit but generally it's fair to say none of them really do the music any favours with their line of patter
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    "smashing, stinking, rubbish, shit, cunt music... a bag of fucking shit smashing round in a pot"

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    brilliant interview.

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    Yeah the metalheadz doc is quite cringeworthy. The Go Karting!

    Saying that I always enjoy interviews with Goldie, find him a pretty fascinating guy, and infectiously passionate.

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    Was out at a drum and bass thing on Saturday. Anniversary of a collective I used to be involved in. There was some great vibes & some good jungle at the end, but also loads of credible but dull D+B.

    It doesnt make me angry anymore, just sad, what happened.

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    Quote Originally Posted by droid View Post
    Was out at a drum and bass thing on Saturday. Anniversary of a collective I used to be involved in. There was some great vibes & some good jungle at the end, but also loads of credible but dull D+B.

    It doesnt make me angry anymore, just sad, what happened.
    Bassbin birthday bash?

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    Yup. Crazy turnout, people coming from all over for it. Nowhere near as messy as I thought it would be, quite civilised actually.

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    I walked home afterwards. Saw two foxes in the empty streets. One of them was giant and fuzzy, like a Japanese Spitz.

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    Bassbin definitely kept the spirit alive for a long time and released some serious gems

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    Yeah, it was good to see people, though Dublin's a small place and Ive done enough jungle gigs over the years since to bump into most of the veterans... but when Bassbin was in its heyday (probably 99-03) I had really lost faith in the music.

    They did put on some great nights though back in the day, and there were always good vibes.

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    DOWNLOAD HUNDREDS OF 90S RAVE & JUNGLE CASSETTES

    http://www.electronicbeats.net/the-f...gle-cassettes/

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    I used to buy records on Bassbin! Two I was rather obsessed with BITD



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