Someone put a budget together and I'll look at the numbers / likely downside risk.Logan Sama said:You see what my point is? Someone came in with the money and resources to do something, and someone from the scene provided them with access to the material.
No rumour . It's THE big sound in Sheffield in many ways. DJ Richard off UKD has been a bit of a name for a while. It's more 4x4 bassline stuff than 2step. It's what the cars play loud in town.Blackdown said:this Sheffield speed garage thing's been a rumour for about four years,
Blackdown said:but I saw a whole section of it on an online record shop the other day. there's been no effect on the dubstep/grime scene. anyone up north know any more?
2stepfan said:Someone put a budget together and I'll look at the numbers / likely downside risk.
Pearsall said:There used to be a lot of trouble at jungle raves, but they still went off all the time, so what's the difference? Is there even more trouble at grime events, or is it just that grime is too small (compared to jungle in the mid-90's) for venue owners to overcome their worry at possible trouble and be willing to book events?
Logan Sama said:Yes. That's the basic position. The average grassroots grime fan doesn't spend enough money on things that aren't weed or Nike to actually make it profitable. The only thing that really is selling are DVDs, and that's because they are a new novelty. When people get sick of seeing the same thing on every disc they buy that will tail off as well.
Coxy said:The tunes are derivative and generic, boringly simple programming.
Logan Sama said:lol is that a private party?
Does Grime have some mystical power to summon hooded denizens of hell to slither from the shadows and start stabbing people left right and centre or something?
There was me thinking when you played Eskimo bassmix backwards it just said "Roll Deep".....