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  1. We’ve got the top man in breaks joining in the fun!

     

     

    THE VINYL TOUCH

    FRIDAY 5 SEPTEMBER

    @ Rhythm Factory, London

    10pm-6am

     

     

    For its next knees-up, The Vinyl Touch has the mutha-of-all-breaks-DJs, Krafty Kuts! Hailing from the award-winning Finger Lickin’ Records, the king of breaks plays a select few London gigs a year – and we’re one of them, making it a

    super spesh exclusive not to be missed!

     

    The main arena also hosts Menu Music and Kiss 100’s Jay Cunning, and taking it low down and dirty is the spectacular Ed209 of Hardcore Beats and Wireframe Records.

    This year’s hot property, Beat Assassins touch down for their debut set at TVT with a four-deck special featuring former UK DMC Team Championship winner, DJ Wooz.

     

    Residents The Magnet Men are back to batter the main room after a summer of festival slots, joined by our regulars Ellis Dee, Swifty B and DJ Lock-up.

     

    In the second room drum ‘n’ bass pioneer Nicky Blackmarket plays a party-smashing mix of classic d’n’b and jungle. Lords of the old skool Niki Dimensions Danny Cand DJ Snypa join him to take the crowd back to the golden era, and we’re mixing up the music policy with a party set of electro and Ibiza classics aswell.

     

    So slap on your fluoro, dig out the glosticks and see out the summer in classic clubbing style with another roadblocking Vinyl Touch event - nine years old and still going strong!

     

    LINEUP

    Main room: Krafty Kuts, Jay Cunning, Beat Assassins, Ed209, Ellis Dee, Swifty B, DJ Lock-up, Joe Rapid, The Magnet Men.

    Hosted by Cash MC (hmm....... :cool: ), Ken Mac

     

    Room 2: Nicky Blackmarket, Niki Dimensions, Snypa, Danny C, Mr X (Nu Dawn), JC (Epidemik), more artists tbc.

    Hosted by 3Flow

     

    ADDRESS

    The Rhythm Factory, 16-18 Whitechapel Road, London E1 1EW

     

    ENTRY

    £12 (£10 members and NUS)

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  2. We have open mic nights, why can't we have an open Dj night?

     

    Anybody have any thoughts on this?

     

    Could be a success I reckon. Its promoting the scene and WE ALL need to do that don't we. ;)

     

    I've a few ideas but wonder what the rest of you think?

     

    Regards

     

    Fatty

     

     

    Happy to join this idea.

    I would go for a concept of battle?Difrent kind of music like DnB, Funky, Beats etc


  3. I currently have Friday nights free every week, anyone doing anything interesting i could come and support, or could we organise something?

     

    I don't have a soundsystem, but a decent laser, 2 cdj 1000 mk3's, djm 800 and an old set of technics, a decent set of booth monitors, plus a cracking stand for the lot, but unless memory serves me wrong the issue is a venue, as mentioned before a series of charity gigs might be a good way forward, no-one gets paid (obviously) and a small entry fee (donation) would be benefitial both ways, plus hopefully pulling people away from their sofa's, plus the djs get to play and money is raised for good causes.

     

    Anyone? or is that it, we all give up complaining there is nothing without taking action, Wooker, what are your plans?

     

    Maybe i am not wanted or required, but i do have drive and ambition, something required if things are to improve.

     

    Anyone know when bushys basement re-opens after the refurb, i have been told i can have that monthly/bi-monthly, that is an intimate but ideal venue for what the aims are here.

     

    Ps i don't just play trance, i have a fair amount of minimal, tech, electro, fidget/wonky, progressive.

     

    My plan for nearly future is couple of events in Europe:) BUT ------ thats is a first proper IDEA on this Topic, thats why Iam saying 100 times YES:) and I am happy to join any chance for good music in IOM.

     

    Possibly I can get some nice sound system. At least enough for a beat of fun.

     

    From me lots of NuRave and Breakz :cool:

     

    If there is any place that we can do it. Lets dont wait:)


  4. Guys, few words form me. First-Apologize for my English cuz thats my third language and iam still learning.

    Iam very happy thats so many people looked on my Topic (opposite feeling about number of mails:)

     

    The reason why I done this was simple. To take all people who passionate about this sort of music together and make a descent scene. No offense to anybody - I am quiet respect everyone who trying to do music anywhere. From my experience (of Mcing, Djing in Germany, UK, Poland, Czech and few more) and knowledge about IOM there is still some people who want to do it and whats the most important want to come for this events.

     

    Another thing. There is no important what sort of number people come for event. I was Djing & Mcing for 50 people, 100 and tell you guys - few of them always gonna stay in my mind - forever. Obviously there is no such of thing like to be on the front of 1000 crowd but for this character of music (not House iam Afraid) in my opinion everything losing a beat of atmosphere.

     

    Descent events. Good place, Perfect lights, Smoke, and Sound System + people with passion can give this Island a beat of contrast for Britney Spears Generation. And give me (not only - I hope) a feeling from one of my favor old skool tune ever : "Music so Wonderful"

     

    peace

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    www.TornadoRecords.co.uk

    www.Nu-Rave.com


  5. Tried to do the same thing a while ago but hip hop, rap & R'n'B.

    no such luck.

     

    thats what quiet scare me on IOM,

    nothnig but House, but is NO WAY, need to be some room for other music

    believe

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    http://www.zen68557.zen.c...es_-_Drift_23-05-2008.mp3 (52 mins)

     

    1 ) Austin - Crazy Club [Hardcore Projektz]

    2 ) Austin - Relics [Hardcore Projektz]

    3 ) Brainstormer - Organ Grinder [Dub]

    4 ) Economix - Panic (Stu & Nee Remix) [Gurnin Beatz]

    5 ) The Flashback Project - Back To Da Nu Skool [Junki Munki]

    6 ) Screwball - Onion Walk [Tornado]

    7 ) Enzyme - Bass Driver [Nu Basement]

    8 ) Modular - Living In A Basement [J-Tek]

    9 ) Peo De Pitte - Oldskool In The House [uppacutz]

    10 ) Stu & Nee - Rise Up [Enormous Mouse]

    11 ) Portal - Keep It Comin [2FX]

    12 ) Screwball - Kujawiak pt.1 [Tornado]

    13 ) Junki Munki - Let It Roll [2FX]

     

     

    nothing but house?! my ARSE! i LOVE house music and its NEVER played when im out!! i pray for a funky house or electro house music event, for once!!

     

    shoundt say House, any electro music, i wouldnt see any problem to make a event dnb House Rnb, someting for everyone

     

    Would do it but its not a job for 1!

     

    Thats why is this Topic


  6. Tried to do the same thing a while ago but hip hop, rap & R'n'B.

    no such luck.

     

    thats what quiet scare me on IOM,

    nothnig but House, but is NO WAY, need to be some room for other music

    believe

    ---------------------------------------------------------

    http://www.zen68557.zen.c...es_-_Drift_23-05-2008.mp3 (52 mins)

     

    1 ) Austin - Crazy Club [Hardcore Projektz]

    2 ) Austin - Relics [Hardcore Projektz]

    3 ) Brainstormer - Organ Grinder [Dub]

    4 ) Economix - Panic (Stu & Nee Remix) [Gurnin Beatz]

    5 ) The Flashback Project - Back To Da Nu Skool [Junki Munki]

    6 ) Screwball - Onion Walk [Tornado]

    7 ) Enzyme - Bass Driver [Nu Basement]

    8 ) Modular - Living In A Basement [J-Tek]

    9 ) Peo De Pitte - Oldskool In The House [uppacutz]

    10 ) Stu & Nee - Rise Up [Enormous Mouse]

    11 ) Portal - Keep It Comin [2FX]

    12 ) Screwball - Kujawiak pt.1 [Tornado]

    13 ) Junki Munki - Let It Roll [2FX]


  7. For our final event of Summer 2008 we are very proud to welcome BBC Radio 1's own.....Dave Pearce!!!

     

    Huge worldwide Trance Brand Euphoria are taking over Paramount City for one night only.....

     

    Doors Open @ 9PM

    NO ADMISSION AFTER 11PM

     

    Dress Code - BLUE

     

    Ages 18 and over....

     

    Very Limited Tickets Available from Wednesday 30th July.....

     

     

     

    lol

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