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  1. Roll call for the Low End Season Finale.
    Our Cartel leader, Charlotte jets off back to Brighton for a while after this gig so this is a big "see ya" party in her honor to send her off in style!!
    We have a stellar line up of all flavours of the islands DnB scene.
    We welcome back DJ Teach with his slick Liquid sound, Vixen with her Ragga tinged beats, Oshy&Fizzy with their unique kickass take, Dizz&Cav with their heavy floor fillers and headlining the night, Low End Don MoBeats.

    This will be our last event at the Crescent as the club shuts it's doors at the end of Sept. So be sure not to miss what promises to be a rinsed out proppa send off for the club.

    It will be our last gig for a little while as we begin the hunt for a new home so be sure not to miss it!!

     

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  2. You know the score by now, round five of the freshest scene the Island has to offer..

    This Saturday 6th August

    Returning to our shores after his huge set at round two, AJay comes back to give us another huge set of Jump Up Jungle rollers.
    We also have Pippy from the hugely successful Spot On DJs from north of the border giving us a flavour of how they do it.
    Alongside Local residents MoBeats, and returning for another blistering B2B session, the awesome Oshy&Fizzy.
    MC Matt Lambah bringing the sick hype.

    Spread and share the word, this is your night out.

    Smash it

  3. Calling all Bassheads, roll up for round three.

    We have another special UK guest, this time from London Town, Manga from the Neutronic Beats Jump Up crew.
    As if that wasn't enough, we've got Stealth Kru's DJ Teach with his wicked Liquid sound.
    Alongside Local residents MoBeats, Tall Scott and returning for another blistering B2B session, the awesome Oshy&Fizzy.
    MC Matt Lambah bringing the hype as per usual.

     

    10pm-3am, £3, The Crescent, Douglas Promenade

    We had a sick turn out to the last gig, well over 200 bassheads, the place was bouncing.
    Spread and share the word, lets get a roadblock in effect

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    Remedy returns, Friday 11th May, The Courthouse, Douglas

     

    Our headline act A-Jay is one of the Island's finest exports!

    Andy Johnstone left the rock in 1993 to pursue a DJ career

    that has seen him gain legendary status in Northern England's DnB scene.

    He's played alongside stellar talent such as

    SubFocus, Chase&Status, Mickey Finn, Grooverider

    and Heist at Dreamstate, Hush Hush, Hysteria,

    Proper, Fever, Unity and many more.

    He also presented the Eastern Bloc sponsored 'Souljah Sessions' on

    ChorleyFM, a show backed by the major players

    in the northern DnB scene and he currently hosts 'The

    Information Centre' on one of the world's biggest

    DnB stations, krisisdnb.com.

    This is A-Jay's second return to the rock to play and his first gig here for 10 years.

    This night is not to be missed!

    Support from Remedy residents MoBeats, James Murden, Rob Green

    and special local guest Tall Scott

    with MC Carlos

     

    £5 on the door

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    11th May 2012, The Courthouse, Douglas

     

    Remedy, the islands premiere Drum&Bass night is back.

    Our headline act A-Jay is one of the Island's finest exports!

    Andy Johnstone left the rock in 1993 to pursue a DJ career

    that has seen him gain legendary status in Northern England's DnB scene.

    He's played alongside stellar talent such as

    SubFocus, Chase&Status, Mickey Finn, Grooverider

    and Heist at Dreamstate, Hush Hush, Hysteria,

    Proper, Fever, Unity and many more.

    He also presented the Eastern Bloc sponsored 'Souljah Sessions' on

    ChorleyFM, a show backed by the major players

    in the northern DnB scene and he currently hosts 'The

    Information Centre' on one of the world's biggest

    DnB stations, krisisdnb.com.

    This is A-Jay's second return to the rock to play and his first gig here for 10 years.

    This night is not to be missed!

    Support from MoBeats, James Murden, Rob Green and Tall Scott.

    £5 on the door

     

     

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  6. A free cast iron bath, douglas area.

     

    I'd not normally bother giving away only it is in quite good nick and is larger than the average bath, 700x1900, it's a pleasant green colour but could be re-enamelled.

    Only small print is it must be picked up tomorrow or it'll be smashed up, and minimum of 2 guys come to help me down one flight of stairs with it. It's not the heaviest iron bath i've ever seen but there's still a fair bit of weight in it.

     

    If interested, pm me your name and number and i will call when i get home tonight.

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    I don't know who currently owns it, but it would be nice if it is brought back to life with a bit of investment, preferably not apartments though.

    Sefton own it, or the holdings company that own Sefton and Palace anyway. Why it's been bought and left to rot, though, is anyone's guess. Hideous waste, shouldn't be allowed.

  8. The battery has wierd patterns of drainage on mine too. Went into MT last week to see about getting a new screen as i've broken mine, asked about the battery, they said if it was not the fault of me dropping it, apple would put a new battery in it, battery being still under the warranty.

    Very happy with the service from apple and MT on this.

    I've had my phone now a year and a half, original 3g model.

  9. Here's a question, if Sure were to take pictures of 13 year old girls, and then plaster them all over the local papers and all through town, should they not seek permission from the parents to use the photos?

  10. Saw him at a Drum and Bass rave about a year ago and he really brightened the night up. Very, very talented and his remixes are uncanny!

     

    Amazing how he can get you dancing and enjoying the music that comes solely from his mouth!

     

    But £20 though? I think not. Doubt he could/would do a set for more than an hour and even then he'd be pushed for material.

    You can't have seen him a year ago and think he'd ever run out of material, not in 1 hour, not in 3 hours, he's got only the limit of his imagination. Saw him at Glasto last year, and this year, each time doing more than an hour set, awesome start to finish both times.

     

    Unmissable in my opinion.

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