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stephen

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pauly p of the first blog got married in ibiza and lives in sale. i got married in sale but live in ibiza.
 

stephen

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that picture of her in a wedding dress on the blog already alerted me to that possibility
 

Buckley

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that picture of her in a wedding dress on the blog already alerted me to that possibility

:lol:

Haven't had time to check the blog yet here El Ste. We're not all men of leisure
 
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Olly

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yep testpressing is ace.

One of my faves is this:

http://ikeepforgettin.blogspot.com/

bookmarked - cheers for that :)

a few other sites I really like :

http://skegnesschilled.blogspot.com/ - which offers all sorts of edits - some quite obvious, just extended loops which don't do that much for me, others pretty special

http://aordisco.blogspot.com/ - which is just amazing for soft rock which works well on the floor and which also sounds very balearic - fleetwood mac, america, eagles, chris rea, lou reed stuff like that - great mixes on there too

seems to have gone a bit quiet on there of late - not sure if they're still arsed but the archive is pretty good http://www.coolinthepool.com/ and http://www.h-track.com/

and I tune into the www.beatsinspace.net and www.deepfrequency.com shows quite a lot too

for the seriously weird though - you need to check this

http://www.20jazzfunkgreats.co.uk/wordpress/

the name of the blog is seriously misleading - all the featured tracks tend to be very electronic, I've never heard of any of them!
 

pauly p

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bookmarked - cheers for that :)

a few other sites I really like :

http://skegnesschilled.blogspot.com/ - which offers all sorts of edits - some quite obvious, just extended loops which don't do that much for me, others pretty special

http://aordisco.blogspot.com/ - which is just amazing for soft rock which works well on the floor and which also sounds very balearic - fleetwood mac, america, eagles, chris rea, lou reed stuff like that - great mixes on there too

seems to have gone a bit quiet on there of late - not sure if they're still arsed but the archive is pretty good http://www.coolinthepool.com/ and http://www.h-track.com/

and I tune into the www.beatsinspace.net and www.deepfrequency.com shows quite a lot too

for the seriously weird though - you need to check this

http://www.20jazzfunkgreats.co.uk/wordpress/

the name of the blog is seriously misleading - all the featured tracks tend to be very electronic, I've never heard of any of them!

all of those are ace :) especially skeggy

here's another...
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Spirit-Soul-Mix-Archive/80916215282

Olly, are you going this year?
we are going to Space opening only
 

Olly

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possibly, everything's still up in the air. in barcelona during sonar week in June, but budget is extremely tight this year - maybe a long weekend in September if I can sort it out
 

ben

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this is brilliant:

In these days of such recording trickeries, where lo-fi records made on $4000 Macpros are re-recorded into tape recorders bought at cash converters, and Daniel Bedingfield makes a number one hit in this bedroom (how did he get that string quartet in there?), it becomes increasingly difficult to tell with what means a record has been made.

For instance, we thunked this record by National Park System was made by bleeding a blurry photograph of Spacemen 3 over a washed out slide of Flying Saucer Attack with a glass of some psychedelic potion that would have made Timothy Leary weep from every pore. But actually, according to our research of analysis department located deep in Plymouth University, the above piece was conceived using an algorithm which controls a cloud of a billion nanoscopic Kevin Shields across a variable grid constructed with a thousand Mary Chains. So there you go, its best not to make assumptions.

:lol:
 

jez71

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Just spotted this, :)

Must come on here more often.

Just discovered your site via this thread there's some great mixes/tracks on there listening now thanks.

Great tip Olly albeit I'm two years behind! I'm always doing that on this site though to be fair, start reading threads then see it started 2\5\8\10 years ago!
 
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Olly

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Just discovered your site via this thread there's some great mixes/tracks on there listening now thanks.

Great tip Olly albeit I'm two years behind! I'm always doing that on this site though to be fair, start reading threads then see it started 2\5\8\10 years ago!

it's a great blog. Am thinking of starting one myself - strictly a labour of love - just not sure how much time to put into it?
 
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