Printworks London

Discussion in 'International parties and clubs' started by Life of Rye, Dec 8, 2016.

  1. Ian K

    Ian K Active Member

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  2. white_isle_calling

    white_isle_calling Well-Known Member

    Events are getting announced every few minutes for the next series right now, but little taking my fancy at the moment. AMP and Edible... meh.
  3. Char123

    Char123 Member

    Horrible set of lineups.
  4. Luke_beefa

    Luke_beefa Member

    Maybe not to your taste but I wouldn’t say they are horrible.

    Personally though i think printworks is overrated. The sound system is too quiet and the venue gets too crammed nowadays.
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  5. elmooreo

    elmooreo Well-Known Member

    AVA line up looks decent. Not sure how I feel about Friday night 7-2...
  6. Char123

    Char123 Member

    Not one proper techno lineup smh. Looks like the mills one on the 15th is the last printworks event i go to for some time.
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  7. Luke_beefa

    Luke_beefa Member

    How busy was tale of us ? I have found printworks gets oversold with the big events. Ruins it completely :(
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  8. Char123

    Char123 Member

    Couldnt move mate. Was a shame as every set bar tou was great.
  9. Luke_beefa

    Luke_beefa Member

    Thought so mate. It’s a shame as it just kills the vibe when you can’t move.
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  10. white_isle_calling

    white_isle_calling Well-Known Member

    Was always going to take a nosedive in credibility when LNL sunk their claws in. A real shame, as Printworks themselves surely have the connections, capital, experience and knowledge to do this themselves.
    My personal opinion is that getting LNL onboard was a parting shot at LWE. A "f*** you" - a bit like when you break up with somebody and they immediately climb into bed with the person they told you not to worry about.
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  11. perrylgooner

    perrylgooner Active Member

    I actually think the Kerri Chandler presents party has a pretty decent lineup - Kerri himself always consistent, Dyed Soundorom is someone I've admired for a long time and Floorplan one of my favourites and someone I've never managed to see live yet. Mr G is someone who's productions I love and again would be interested to see.

    AVA looks a decent party too.

    ...that aside it really has gone downhill IMO.
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  12. Browny

    Browny Well-Known Member

    Proper line up that.
  13. perrylgooner

    perrylgooner Active Member

    Your not wrong... looks as if that's managed to talk a few of my lot out of retirement! :lol:
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  14. Ashleyrhys1

    Ashleyrhys1 Member

    I love mr G, never seen him do though
  15. aregandj

    aregandj Active Member

    Curious to see what the 'Amnesia Presents' and knowing Amensia and there London events I'm assuming it will be another Syrossian and Co and not a Villalobos session.
  16. white_isle_calling

    white_isle_calling Well-Known Member

    It's being promoted by LNL, who will no doubt be gearing it towards Amnesia/Pyramid hosting a tent at SW4.
  17. aregandj

    aregandj Active Member

    Cracking … its a no from me then. It really has turned bloody awful hasn't it compared to when LWE ran the show
  18. craig72

    craig72 Well-Known Member

    Anything with more than 2 djs on the night is Wack if you ask me.. come to Ireland we've been keeping it real for 30 years.. no brands allowed..:)
  19. Ikoda

    Ikoda Well-Known Member

    Interesting thought. Really not a fan of LNL most of the time tbh. Purely out of interest, but are Cream still involved with LNL, or the other way around?
  20. Crawleytown

    Crawleytown Member

    Before this latest set I thought the new promoters were doing a better job of diversifying the lineups tbh. The problem with LWE is they do seem to rely quite heavily on a certain group of artists who they have contracts with. Martinez Bros and Paul Kalkbrenner spring to mind.

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