can i ask a question with out any of you getting annoyed
@SILK DJ: shoooooot
what is your view on these radical muslims in this country
@SILK DJ: no comment for here mates sorry
they come from war-torn countries they will not change and slowly they will change this country into one
hahahhaa it is a tuff subject yea i know right cuase i said sumthing today ive been kicked off anther radio station hahaha
yestadyay i was in ashington thier was a demostration these muslims shouting uk people should die i went fooking mental and this muslim how would you like if i said all muslims die well it kicked off
didnt it you caint say that bla bla bal well they can say all uk people die nah
Its like all things m8. Theres always a few............
have you seen it all over face book with these radicals
sorry didn't realise the time
you got me
who else is playing
hold up 2 secs
i havent gotcha
got to go cheers room
laters all, got uploading to do..
i gotcha SILK
got me lol
laterz you two
yes got ya
cheers for tuning in.. sorry for abrupt ending.. lol
see you Sunday
@Journey: see you sunday
some new tuneage
gotcha ya silk dj
nice 1 bud all waynto midnight ya got me guys
i am busy sorting the kids staying locked
yes yes mate i know the sitchuation like been thier done that lol
likeing the new tuneage guys lol
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This is my very first track “I Saw you Daniel (Eric’s End) (Part 1)”.
I’ve wanted to produce hardcore breakbeat music ever since I started DJ-ing back in the mid ‘90s. Due to a combination of lack of the necessary technology, time and patience, I did not get around to it back then. Finally, I forced myself to sit down, find some samples and work on a tune – which became this.
My inspiration has been the dark jungle tracks of 93/94, incorporating creepy chords, haunting piano, deep bass and of course that Amen Brothers breakbeat. When I first “saw” the film from where the vocal samples are taken, I knew that I could use parts of it to make a tune and the agonised cry of “Daniel” clinched it.
I’m already surprised and very happy by the positive response that I’ve had to the tune, with encouragement to make more (I have several ideas). Hopefully you will all enjoy it too. If you want the tune, please contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks to the following for the help, guidance and support:
GT (Inner Sanctum), RoKo, Libz, Sparki Dee, Nasty Squad, Kutmaster K and all the London Pirate Radio family; Glenn the Viking; Oscar (DJ Karma); DJ Relm, DJ Cham, Slim Sladey, Sound Affected and the Lazer FM crew; Alex Beardy; Nick FX.
Drum and Bass Awards 2016 – #DNBA16 Lineup and Website launched
http://drumandbassawards.co.uk/ – Vote now: http://bit.ly/DnBAwards16
Ticketsellers: http://bit.ly/DnBA_Tickets – 0844 870 0000 (24hrs)
Celebrating its 10th year, the Drum and Bass Awards also has a new home in the drum and bass capital of the world – London.
The venue for 2016 is the mighty Building Six (formerly Matter and Proud2) which houses one of the best sound systems in the UK – worthy of the heavy line-up for this event.
MATRIX & FUTUREBOUND
DRUMSOUND & BASSLINE SMITH
LOGAN D & MAJISTRATE
JJ FROST & NICKY BLACKMARKET (Jungle Set)
EKSMAN, SKIBADEE, SHABBA D, HARRY SHOTTA, STORMIN’, GQ, IC3, EVIL B, FEARLESS, FUNSTA, FATMAN D, JOE UNKNOWN, MAGIKA, FELON, NUTCRACKA, GRIMA & AZZA, RHYMESTAR, AC MC.You don’t want to miss this…
Over the years this venue has played host to DnB brands like One Nation, RAM, Hospitality, Breaking Science and Innovation so it is probably the best venue in London for the 2016 Drum and Bass Awards.
Building 6 occupies a purpose-built, 33,000sq ft space within The O2 dome. Spread across three levels, it comprises four bars, three dance floors, two entertainment rooms, two mezzanine levels and a VIP bar…
Features: Main Stage arena where you ‘Feel the beat’. Literally. The dance-floor is built above 80 mechanical transducers which take the low-frequency content of the music and radiate it as pure vibration energy directly through the audiences bodies.
The second arena would be the main arena in most other clubs with a sound system to match!
Chill on the outdoor bar terrace with seating areas, heaters and even beds. The terrace has a cosy, beer garden feel. So take a break and marvel at the London skyline.
VIP Tickets include: Priority entry to venue with separate VIP Queue, Access to VIP area featuring bar, sofas and tables and balcony view of Main Stage.