ott voltam,és grega kbkb jáccott. mivel hallottam.
patrik skoog - horinzon lemezét is feltette valamint fishguard-dragrope-ét is. kb majdnem kiejtettem a sört a kezemből mikor meghallottam
Sandra Collins & John Creamer, asszem erre elfogok nézni, csak lehet hogy egyedül kell mennem, az meg nem az igazi.
Techno mission, multkor jó nagy bukta volt azt mondták...
Grega föl se lépett, 5 embernek....
wannabe vally ~
menjel,szopasd le magad ilyen kigyúrd transzvesztita állatokkal,aztán dicsekedjél vele
PoCoK: téged meg ki a franc kérdezett?!! Miért kötsz belém?!! Basztattalak én téged valamivel is?!!!
HTB: tudod mit, ez legyen a legnagyobb öröm az életedben, hogy ilyenekkel szórakozol!!
némmá,folyik a nyál a szád szélén
nah további kellemes mókázást,nagy sajnálatotokra /me off
És igen majsán volt, lesz Rush, sőt Sven Veth is, azt is Magic írta lejebb!!
HTB: te tényéleg kis bu*i vagy!!
....Csak gondoltam megemlítem....
Bisi: hát az szép lehet, és ki fogja azt meghallgatni?!!
megint szokásos Kasmír buli volt:
Mert ha ennyi zenét belepakoltál 80 perecbe, akkor gratulálok!
azért annyi szabad időm nincsen...
ma gyün Dj Amok (túlzottan nem érdekel)
és Frank Kvitta (az már érdekesebb lesz....)
addig unalmamban kevertem egyet, nem is lett olyan rossz...
01. Valentino Kanzyani - House soul
02. Umek - U1
03. Valentino Kanzyani - Pisk
04. Ben Sims & Mark Broom - City life
05. Christian smith & John Selway - Cosmopolitan
06. Technasia - Final quadrant
07. Southsoniks - Ars longa
08. Marko Nastic - Devil in my pants
09. Martyn Hare - Vivisection
10. Cave - Street carnival
11. Danilo Vigorito - Working progress
12. Marco Carola - Avalanche
13. Gaetano Parisio - Unknown
14. Chris Liebing - Gassenhauer (Marco Carola remix)
15. Rue East - Birmigham (Ben Sims remix)
16. Paul Mac - Cards on the table (Ben Sims Hardgroove edit)
17. Sven Väth - Steel (Marco Carola remix)
18. Adam Beyer & Henrik B - Signal 9
19. Bryan Zentz - D-Clash (original mix)
20. Red Alert - Jungle crime
21. Andrew Richley & Ryan Riveria - Trackman (Chris Liebing remix)
22. Renato Cohen vs Tim Deluxe - Just kick
23. Dj Misjah & Dj Tim - Acess (Thomas Schumacher remix)
24. Dave Clarke - Wisdom to the wise
25. Dave Clarke - The storm
26. Dj Lenk - 142 ltd (Joel Mull remix)
27. Technasia - Acid storm
28. Chris Liebing - Too much show
29. Henrik B - Seven A
30. Chris Liebing - Ping-pong pinapple
31. Chris Liebing - October (Ben Sims remix)
32. Eric Snoe - Ciao bella (original mix)
33. The Anxious - Industria
34. Steve Rachmad - Filter madness
35. Chris liebing - Next try
36. Glenn Wilson & Patrik Skoog & Slobodan - Co-ordinate system
37. Adam Beyer & Henrik B - Remanipulated
38. Henrik B - Sonachine
39. Dj Misjah - Into rockets
40. Adam Beyer & Henrik B - Two B 30
41. Arthur Hyde - You make me feel (Major Rush remix)
42. Technasia - Hydra (Renato Cohen remix)
43. Christian Smith & John Selway - Move! (Adam Beyer & Lenk remix)
44. Chris Liebing - American madness
45. Christian Smith & John Selway - Weather (Smith & Selway Mayhem's mix)
46. Jesper Dalhback & Thomas Krome - Murder was the bass (original mix)
ha MM-nek mond valamit...
Amúgy meg ragadj szótárt, és fordítsd le, gyakorlásnak elég frankó, főleg a szlengek, amik nincsenek benne a szótárban.
én csak 2 éve tanulok angolt...
végre egy jó film
Digweed jó nagy oltás volt benne...
It took three calls to Jamess voicemail, two calls to his girlfriend Greta and one text message, but eventually the following interview took place. Hed just got to London from Canada.
JZ: it was two hours before they let us get off the plane, then they let us get off the plane, then they lost my bags with my phone charger in it. Ive lost my records as well.
RA: Shouldnt you be trying to track them down?
JZ: No, Ive had to leave and hopefully theyll be able to find them. My bags didnt show up my clothes or anything so Im wearing these smelly, horrible clothes that I was wearing 10 hours ago in Canada.
RA: Lucky youre on the other end of the phone.
JZ: Yeah, exactly. Ive actually just been able to get to someones place and borrow their phone charger.
RA: But what about your records?
JZ: Ive lost them four times they always come back. And Im not too worried about my toiletries and underwear, they can keep that. I can get some more pants.
RA: Maybe someone took them on purpose.
JZ: Maybe Ill see them on Ebay!
RA: At least you can buy them back
JZ: If they wash them for me, Ill think about it.
RA: So. Moving onward from your pants. Whats been happening over the past year? Or rather, what have been the best bits of whats happened over the past year?
JZ: Um, probably the residency I had in Ibiza in Space last year. I started just after my Australian tour last year and I did that for seven weeks. I remember the first time I played there, I played some breakbeat records, and I dont know if you are familiar with Ibiza very much, but breakbeat is not the synonymous sound. I kind of got some weird looks the first few times I played there.
RA: Because the terrace is quite cheesy.
JZ: Yeah. Well its known for its housey house stuff and funky I dont know but whatever sound is synonymous with Ibiza, its certainly not gnarly breakbeat and acid house.
RA: But it went down OK in the end.
JZ: Yeah. Eventually. [Laughs]. The first couple of times I played there it was like, who is this guy, whos, like, playing these weird records? Its hardly summer music, but it did [go OK] in the end and I learnt a lot about, you know, reading the crowds.
I guess the other important thing was the DJ Mag poll, um, getting into that quite high was kind of a shock.
RA: Quite high? Dont you want to say what number?
JZ: Eleven [laughs]. I certainly didnt expect that. I remember from the last time I spoke [to RA] that was kind of the big thing.
[Interrupts self] Sorry if I sound a bit funny, Im just eating baked beans Im going to smell even worse in a minute. Im at a friends house in London and Ive got to go and master this Renaissance CD today. Ive already mixed it but I have to go in and fix all the sound levels.
RA: So the album tell us about it.
JZ: I called it Alive, because, unlike any other CDs Ive done in the past, I wanted to capture a live set more than a studio mix. I mixed it all live, which is like, something I always swear by, and I did it all on three CDJ1000s and effects units and stuff. And just basically jammed in my bedroom at home where my decks are, just like I would in a club.
Its got tracks by Jeff Bennet, Si Begg, and who else? Tom, help me out youve listened to the CD more than me. [Tom the friend says something in the background]. Oh, yeah, Ive done like a live mash-up of Underworld whats the other famous guys on there? I cant remember I always do interviews and forget everything; its really terrible.
RA: Well, the CD must be wonderful!
JZ: [Laughs] Im fairly happy with it, I tell you what Ill do Ill email the tracklist.
RA: So where have you mostly been over the past year?
JZ: Actually, Ive been in America a bit quite a few two-week tours, at least every couple of months. Ive just come back from Canada I did my first tour of Canada. Ive been to Toronto a couple of times and Montreal once, but I went to Vancouver this time and I also went to Windsor, which Im told in the armpit of Canada. But I actually thought it was really good. In fact, it was the best gig out of all of the gigs.
RA: Any bad gigs?
JZ: Ive been to gigs obviously where its not been so busy. I played Dubai to about ten people. Its quite funny, cause everyones kind of really wealthy in Dubai and I just think the promoters thought, oh, you know, weve got this money to waste, well bring a DJ over and you know, well have him play for us tonight and five of our friends.
Its quite funny; I always fly economy everywhere I go and they paid for a Business Class flight, sent me over and actually had me there for three days in this really expensive hotel. I couldnt stay there cause I had another gig but I get there and theres absolutely no one there, everyone was at the Enrique Iglesias concert down the road. I think hes got a bit more sex appeal than me I dont know what it was.
RA: Have you considered DJing with your shirt off a bit more?
JZ: Yeah, exactly, get a tattoo or something.
RA: Date a tennis player.
JZ: She was there as well there was actually an after party that they asked me to go to and it was like, Anna Kournukovas going to be there that was the big selling point. I didnt go Ive got a girlfriend and shes got a boyfriend. I dont think shed fancy me anyway, not if she likes Enrique Iglesias. But then, I reckon I could write better lyrics than him.
RA: Maybe thats something to consider in the future.
JZ: I could be a warm up, support act. Get some 303s on the go before he gets on.
RA: So, do you still practise?
JZ: Yeah, all the time. Its not practise, you know, its just fun. Like mucking around. Ive got these DVJX1s have you heard about them?
RA: Yeah, sure. What were they again?
JZ: Well, theyre a new thing that Pioneer have just made and you use them like a CDJ1000 but you put DVDs in. If I put Blade Runner in, it comes up on the screen and the audio comes through the mixer. I can start like scratching Blade Runner and Harrison Ford will be flying all around the screen. You can have storm troopers, like, doing crazy dances. Its really good fun, actually.
Its quite silly. We have some sort of home video that we made with our friends and stuff if you have a loop you can have them going back and forwards really fast kind of like Benny Hill.
RA: Will you be bringing these down to Australia?
JZ: No, Im gonna try and use them on some of the tour, but I dont know if Im going to be able to use them in Australia, just because of the shipping thing. Im going to Japan as well, and obviously thats the home of where theyre made, so Im going to try and sort out something for that. Just to sort of road-test it to see how it goes.
RA: Youll need eight arms soon, just to deal with your DJ set-up.
JZ: Yeah, tell me about it. You can use them just like CDJ1000s as well, just put a CD in and it will respond in the same way. Its getting quite mad and exciting as well. Im a proper geek when it comes to this.
RA: Apart from these DVJX1s, what else have you learnt this year?
JZ: I guess Im still learning all the time. Every time you think youve got it sussed, you learn something new, whether its some sort of technical skill I mean, technical skills are limitless, you can take DJing as far as you want to take it. Anything from that to reading the crowd.
Ive learnt more in the last year about playing out than I have ever, since I first started DJing. Ive progressed more in that short space of time than I have in the three years, prior to that. I dunno, maybe Im trying too hard.
RA: Do you analyse your own sets afterwards and wish youd done things differently?
JZ: All the time. Yeah, and I hate it when the promoters secretly recorded you and its ended up on the internet and its a mix that you hate, or youve done something that youre really ashamed of. Like, I dont know, played the records you shouldnt have played or done a really terrible mix or all the records are not in the right order. Or that you cant hear what youre doing cause the monitors bad, but obviously people on the internet dont know that, so they get the wrong impression.
Actually, when I played in Canberra last year, they recorded me. I didnt realise it would go all over the internet, but it did and luckily for me, it was an alright set and I could hear what I was doing and stuff. It kind of worked as a massive PR tool I couldnt believe it. I have emails all the time: Oh, the set you did at Lot 33, Canberra I still get people coming up to me at gigs now, saying, I downloaded this set from you in Canberra its great. Its like a year later.
RA: So what did you particularly like about the tour last year?
JZ: Just the people. It was almost like playing in England in some respects but theyre more into breakbeat [in Australia], which is great. I really pushed my luck with that. I could play breaks, techno, house and they would just go with it. I think thats the one thing I really loved about playing in Australia last year, I felt really free to do what I wanted. It wasnt like an after party in Montreal and I had to play a certain way, and I wasnt just playing after Judge Jules and after Tiësto and I have to keep the energy up. I could start where I wanted and go down, and then go on and from last year it was really good and the crowd was fantastic.
RA: So when do you think all this is going to go to your head?
JZ: Um, I dunno. I got loads of good friends that still tell me Im crap. And theres always room for improvement, and so long as Im still getting new toys to play with Im just a super nerd, really.
Hopefully I wont be too big headed. Youll phone me up next year and Ill be like, yeah, talk to the hand, talk to the hand. Youll have to talk to my PA.
James tours Australia in June. The Renaissance Alive CD will be out soon through Stomp/ EQ.
Remélem vágjátok az angolt, én annyira nem, de egy haver segített lefordítani, hát nem semmi az arc!
Break and Zabiela Rulez!!
Magyar művészek, szintén nem azt mondtam, hogy bénák, sőt, pl.: amit Chriss művel az tényleg félelmetes időnként.
Ismered a Cha-cha-cha nevű helyet a Kálvin téren?
KoKo! Ha érdekel info az új Sasha albumról ,akkor itt találsz -> Involver
Érdekessége, hogy lemezbemutató lesz majd Juli 23.-án az Events Hall-ban, de ami fő, hogy Romániában indul az egész lemezbemutató turné . Na ezen azért meglepődtem!
> Szal egy szó mint száz az egyik kedvencem (jó pár bakelitet is rendeltem már tőle)
>> + kedvenc még (ebben az írányzatban) Slam Jr. , Blueboy
Biztos ez is olyan dolog mint a KoKo által megfogalmazott dolog " a progressive ma már nem divat, a break beat a király ". Kérdem én miért kell mindíg trendinek lenni?Vagy ha valaki nem akar; akkor a "tömeg hatására" azzá válni?
Most a break a király, hát ez tetszik
A fórumon szereplő hozzászólások olvasóink véleményét tükrözik, azokért semmilyen felelősséget nem vállalunk.