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    YouTube video finds

    Brilliant. Just brilliant. <object width="425" height="344"><param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/v/MG_8MINTFR0&hl=en&fs=1"></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><embed src="http://www.youtube.com/v/MG_8MINTFR0&hl=en&fs=1" type="application/x-shockwave-flash"...
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    A Guy Called Gerald reissues?

    This makes me unnaturally happy. Funnily enough, I sold a dupe I had of the original vinyl the other week, a long with a load of old shit. "You should do all right out of that Guy Called Gerald record", I say, only to receive the withering response: "To be honest with you, mate, no one's...
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    Hercules and Love Affair

    Is good, but it's still a bit retro smug for my liking (which is my feeling on H&LA across the board). BUT I have to say: I think their own Club remix is awesome - easily my favourite tune of the year so far. It's like being stuck in a K-hole in the middle of the Paradise Garage. The vocal...
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    Club UK - Final Frontier - Wandsworth/London

    Whenever I think of Club UK, I think of poppers. The whole place used to absolutely reek of the stuff. Went to see Jeff Mills play out there once, and the whole experience was so overwhelming that I literally went blind for about 15 mins and found myself feeling my way around the wall...
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    Wedding request

    DJ Koze did a wicked remix of the Rah Band's Clouds Across The Moon (Moonboots Kick Ass mix). Played that at our wedding and it went OFF. It's kind of leftfield, but not; thus appealing to just about everybody, including those hard-to-reach, beard-stroking obscurantists. There was a similar...
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    Music highlights of 2007

    Glad to see someone else feeling the Matthew Dear album :) My pix for 2007 as follows, in no particular order: Matthew Dear - Asa Breed Deerhunter - Cryptograms Lukid - onandon Burial - Untrue Underworld - Oblivion With Bells PJ Harvey - White Chalk The Teenagers - assorted downloads ;) MIA -...
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    music to write to...

    Droid + Slug's first Shwantology mix does it for me every time. That, and the soundtrack to Soderbergh's Solaris remake, by Cliff Martinez.
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    chris morris new series stuff

    My brain hurts.
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    Jekyll

    Right. Has anyone else here seen this? It's BBC1's new Saturday night 9 o'clock drama, an update on the Jekyll & Hyde story, starring James Nesbitt and Gina Bellman (amongst others), and is written by Steven Moffat (who wrote the unbearably smug, to my mind, sitcom "Coupling"). It should be...
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    Control The Movie

    Yeah, and when it finally does see the light of day, it will be prefixed "Quentin Tarantino presents..." ;) Nevertheless, I am ridiculously excited about it.
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    Stephan Bodzin - "Liebe Ist"

    Thanks for the tip, Gek-Opel; to my shame I'd never heard of him :( Love the lazy time-stretched zither feel of the title track, in particular. Very DJ Koze (a fave of mine).
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    Minimal house anthems

    Ah, but that's the point - Berghain is better even than that ;) LOL. That's the one my mate tried to buy drugs from. He was floating around in the Panorama Bar and my mate, as a Berlin virgin, obviously thought that tattooed face = dodgy dealer. As it happens, he just gave him a knowing wink...
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    Minimal house anthems

    I went to Berghain in January as part of a large stag party (20 blokes), which we expected to be problematic; but a couple of us went in advance, had a chat with the bouncers, and they were totally cool. Even when one of the group forgot what he looked like and tried to buy some drugs off him...
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    comics

    The Invisibles, by Grant Morrison. Anarchy, spirituality, magic & illusion, narcosis, time travel, inter-dimensional conflict, class war, hypertextuality and, of course, sex. Also, the best covers of any comic book series ever. Oh, and it's probably the thing that The Matrix rips off...
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    Is Justin Timberlake a Product of Cumulative Advantage?

    I finally got around to reading this article yesterday, and whilst it's pretty interesting and feels 'true' in a common-sense-kinda-way, I can't help finding the approach they've taken to have some serious flaws: - they use the popularity of downloads in the initial group as a measure of...
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