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Post by PsyTox » Fri Nov 20, 2009 8:56 am

going to see and hear Zip tomorrow at fabric. And Margaret Dygas. And Pan pot. And Cesare vs Disorder. Can't go wrong :)

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Post by luke78 » Fri Nov 20, 2009 12:17 pm

Yep I think I'm going to go despite needing to be on top form at work on monday morning. This line up is too good to miss.

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Post by spideresistance » Mon Nov 23, 2009 4:01 pm

any reports from one those nights?

reckon it's still a lil bit early :o

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Post by PsyTox » Mon Nov 23, 2009 4:05 pm

well, he had to play the last slot so didn't see him. We still had a trip London-Bruges to do so left before that time unfortunately. But Pan Pot and Lawnchair Generals were brilliant. :)
Didn't go to the main much, too much uber-serious snoozefest music there and I wasn't in the mood for that :)

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Post by grace anxiety » Mon Nov 23, 2009 6:17 pm

zip wa quality at whp. played lots of weird groovy perlonesque tracks. he played for about 3 and a half hours although as soon as dj sneak came on the room emptied which was a shame. we were up on stage dancing with him and smoking and he looked like he was still enjoying himself. one of the finest sets ive heard this year. i hope he come to my home town in the future;)

how was he at fabric?

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Post by MANIKCHILE » Tue Nov 24, 2009 12:10 am

looking forward to see ZIP in Chile on the 9 of JAN with Villalobos, arpiar crew and Argenis brito.
defintly one the best ever!

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Post by luke78 » Tue Nov 24, 2009 5:55 pm

I quite enjoyed him at Fabric. I thought he played quite housey and not as perlonesque as I would have hoped. I missed Daygass as she was on very early.

Highlight of my night though was catching some girl trying to lift my wallet out of my back pocket. I was slightly out of it, and didnt really react to her other than a glare. But, I'd have ripped her hand off if I had have been a bit more switched on.

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Post by PsyTox » Wed Nov 25, 2009 9:12 am

luke78 wrote:Highlight of my night though was catching some girl trying to lift my wallet out of my back pocket.
people early in the night were indeed a bit dodgy shall we say. Lots of obnoxious (italian) people pushing and being rude. It got better later on fortunately, but in the first hours a lot of 'dancefloor collissions', at one point I had to position myself between my wife and a bunch of dudes dancing as if they were alone in the room. Luckily I am not the smallest guy around either (and some experience in rage against the machine concerts) so a few well executed pushes back took care of that :)

What's with all the spanish people in fabric btw, at times I thought I was in Barcelona :) Kinda strange that so many spanish people are in a club in london, including staff actually who often spoke this funny manuel-english :) Funny that it's such an international scene in there. Makes for a great scene overall, not taking the before mentioned twats into account.

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