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Binh interview

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Re: Binh interview

Post by Philsen » Tue Jun 16, 2015 6:56 pm

good one ...
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Re: Binh interview

Post by John Clees » Tue Jun 16, 2015 11:53 pm

good read. thank you for sharing the link here..
Digging is a dying art.
amen :!:

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Re: Binh interview

Post by whisper12 » Wed Jun 17, 2015 5:23 pm

No worries, wish there were more interviews like this around
John Clees wrote:good read. thank you for sharing the link here..
Digging is a dying art.
amen :!:

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Re: Binh interview

Post by MlclmDXXX » Mon Jun 22, 2015 4:19 pm

whisper12 wrote:No worries, wish there were more interviews like this around
John Clees wrote:good read. thank you for sharing the link here..
Digging is a dying art.
amen :!:
The fact that it's dying seems great to me, as it is now an opportunity to be totally unique.

I hope it keeps on dying.

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Re: Binh interview

Post by John Clees » Wed Jul 01, 2015 9:29 am

it's always been unique. why is it all of sudden a unique thing? that's the entire point of djing - self expression. that fact that something is "dying" seems "great" to you is something I couldn't disagree more with and don't relate with that logic.

to me, it means going out.....to hear unique quality music...... is becoming more and more difficult... which is really sad.....

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Re: Binh interview

Post by igotsoul » Thu Jul 02, 2015 1:01 am

John Clees wrote: to me, it means going out.....to hear unique quality music...... is becoming more and more difficult... which is really sad.....

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exactly!
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Re: Binh interview

Post by MlclmDXXX » Sun Jul 05, 2015 11:17 pm

I hear you John, I think you misunderstood the perspective I was writing from. What I meant was, as an up and coming DJ, it gives me more of an opportunity to sound different to everyone else.

On your point though, while instinctively I completely agree with it, I think the prevailing desire for people when they go out to rave is to dance and have a good time. I don't think most people care *necessarily* about whether the music is new/unique. That being said, since I have started posting on here, I catch myself when out noticing how the tunes all sound the same. Nevertheless I still have a great time.

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