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Glastonbury

...me and Disco will be there representing. Anybody else going? tonedef

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Surfacing for a shameless plug

For anybody interested in the pre-house roots of dance music and the pirate radio stations in London that played the music of that era, I contributed to an exhibition opening at the ICA on Tuesday.

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Today's current dance music

It's pretty fucking dreadful isn't it? Every tune in the same genre has the same drum kit, synths and builds.

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UK-D Font - Music production software

Seems that uk-dance isn't the hive of activity it once was but am hoping that somebody might pick this up.

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Re: Surfacing for a shameless plug

Nice one - Andy Willis posted this on Facebook - I've just ordered a copy !

Re: Glastonbury

it will be like old times matey ... although I'm bring my own tent this year flashbacks to 2007 ... the rain ... that mini pink tent that leaked

Re: Glastonbury

I might have a campervan ticket for sale if anybody knows somebody that is after one.

Re: Glastonbury

I tried but failed to get tickets, was on my "things to do when you're 40" list as well. :-(

Re: Glastonbury

Mr hostage is DJing. Check how twitter or Instagram for details...

Re: Glastonbury

I'm stage managing in Block9! On 4 Jun 2015 10:17, "Tone Def" <(Address removed)> wrote:

Re: Glastonbury

... Kanayo & Armand too

Glastonbury

...me and Disco will be there representing. Anybody else going? tonedef

State of Breaks with Phylo – May 18, 2015

A live mix from the State of Breaks radio show. A mix of ghetto funk, breaks, and indie dance with tracks from the likes of C@ in the H@, Funk Ferret, Eleven:Eleven, Bag Raiders, Krafty Kuts,...

Re: Surfacing for a shameless plug

Book looks great Stephen! Have to order that. Iain

Surfacing for a shameless plug

For anybody interested in the pre-house roots of dance music and the pirate radio stations in London that played the music of that era, I contributed to an exhibition opening at the ICA on Tuesday.

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nice to see the spirit of helpfull ness lives on with the replies to tone defs query strangley i couldnt reply to that says thread closed due to age hi tone nice to hear your son has a healthy...

Re: UK-D Font - Music production software

it almost pains me to say it but.... fruity loops? it's probably the DAW (digital audio workstation) most like a windows version of garageband - simple for-the-masses interface, easy to get rolling...

Re: UK-D Font - Music production software

I have nuendo 6 in my studio but since launching the radio station hardly ever touch it now as the studio is being used for the station most of the time

Re: boxes for moving/storing vinyl

Thanks John, great idea :)

Re: Dissertation...

Hi Katey, I was just wondering how your dissertation went in 2010? I'm currently researching for my own dissertation and am in the process of getting together a definitive topic/​question.

Re: Dissertation on clubbing ... looking for participants in interviews/questionnaires!

Hi Natasha, i just wanted to drop you a message to ask for a bit of help/​direction!

Re: boxes for moving/storing vinyl

Wine boxes are perfect. They're the perfect fit, and pack just enough for a manageable weight.

boxes for moving/storing vinyl

I've gone back to uni and will be moving house most likely every year for the next 5 years, so the records have to get stored in manageable-sized chunks.

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