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  1. NathanJones

    Stylus presents Not Forgotten 2

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    After the success of the sold out Stylus: Not Forgotten on May 12th, Black Sheep Radio returns for an evening of more club classics on August 4th, again at 2 Brothers Brewery. This time it is 7:30pm-1am.
  2. Izzy_Indigo

    18. He did not know how to deal.

    CHAPTER 4. WE ARRIVED at Ginny's house. Mum helped her change into her nightie and we propped her up as comfortable as we could on the cream coloured couch with the rose patterns in her lounge. These were the days of the terrible milestones we didn’t see; it would be the last time Ginny would choose her clothes. We started to rally the family. Dad got a call and would drive up the next day. Hannah phoned and said she was on a flight the following morning. And in the twilight I placed the final two calls to my sisters in London. Just starting their Monday mornings, Amber and Claire were appalled. What they wanted to know couldn’t be answered. How long does she have? What can we do? Should we come home now or wait until Christmas? In the end I could only tell them what I thought, "You need to come home now, right now. You can't take the risk." After the calls: exhaustion. Mum and Ginny quiet, watching TV. There was nothing more to do, nothing else to say, so I drove to my apartment. By the feeble light of the hallway I unlocked my front door, entered and tossed my keys on the kitchen counter. I picked up a spliff. Dark. Flare and crackle. Deep breath out. I moved to the sliding doors of my lounge, opened them and went through to my balcony's edge and looked down on the shadows of Auckland's old train station, on the oblongs of orange pulsing along Tamaki Drive and the all-night-lights of the port in the distance, and listened to a city settle in its bones. The news started to spread. My friend John blundered into its stain. He called. “Hey chump,” he said. “Hey.” “We’re going for a beer in Ponsonby tonight, wanna come?” “I, I don’t think I can . . .” there was a crack in my voice, raw emotion. It was a fissure, a chasm. It was a glacier and it was calving. I wanted to, needed to share. My friends would know what to do. My friends would know what to say. John would know what to say. I tried, “My sister, she’s sick. We just found out - " But there was panic in John’s voice. On a Monday night this was not what he’d expected. Was a gut punch, a karate kick, beyond all known parameters. This was him walking in on me picking my nose, on me masturbating. He could hear where this was going, I was one step away from crying, weeping down the phone to him. Desperately he cut me off. “Buddy, I’ve got another call.” I was a pariah, outcast, unclean. I was fucking Milli Vanilli. “It’s really bad, I don’t think she’s - " “I’ve gotta take this, I’ve gotta go.” John had gone. He did not know how to deal. Neither did I. * * * * This blog is a story. Each post picks up from the last. If you are new, start at the bottom with post 1 and then work your way up. * * * * Enjoying what you're reading? Please take the time to follow the blog, like and comment. Your support means a lot. Also, sharing is caring. * * * *
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    We’re teaming up with some of our best buds, Bizarro, who are heading up north for a hoon this December with none other than Mount Liberation Unlimited & Brian Not Brian! Mount Liberation Unlimited is the brainchild of Stockholm natives and life long friends Tom Lagerman and Niklas Janzon. With a friendship rooted in musical exploration since their teens the two have evolved together through classical training, bands and music schools crafting what is today their own take on house music. Born out of a desire to separate themselves from the musical context they had earlier found themselves in, and from the musical rules, norms and conventions the two had acquired over the years. MLU wants to explore the cross over landscape between human groove and electronic synchronization, finding meaningfulness in their own perception of dance music. The result first saw daylight with their highly acclaimed debut EP ”Astro Travelling Through Life” on Junk Yard Connections in 2014, including their track ”Clinton Space Funk” which was quickly picked up by the likes of Gerd Janson, creating an instant demand for more. Performing live, the most important aspect for MLU is just that. Being live. With a hardware heavy setup they bridge the gap between electronic instruments and their own musicianship, always leaving room for improvisation to be able to feed off the crowd and create something unique for the moment. Brian not Brian Belfast-born, Brixton based Brian not Brian is one of the purest and most intense characters of the modern electronic scene. With over twenty years of research and dedication, corroborated by his work experiences in famous London record stores such as Phonica Records, MVE & Kristina he has become the fine and eclectic artist that he is today. Able to cross genre boundaries with ease, taste and sensitivity. Whether it be jazz or cosmic, boogie, Techno or house it doesn't really matter. Brian works for quality, not for cataloging. And Going Good, the label he has created with longtime partner Salik Z is the proof. In only a few years Going Good has gained attention and value worldwide through impactful releases from great artists such as Moon B, Cloudface, Aquarian Foundation, Anom Vitruv, Ewan Jansen, The Mystic Jungle Tribe, Nummer, Yoshinori Hayashi & more. Join us on the carpet at The Foundry for a nighta non-stop dance!
  4. Sydney favourite What So Not and Silverchair frontman Daniel Johns have linked up for a fiery new collaboration, ‘Be Ok Again’. It’s the second single from the Chris ‘Emoh’ Emerson since he dropped ‘Better’ back in September, and also the first track that Emerson has ever sung on. The collab apparently came about completely by chance, with Johns walking past a studio in which Emerson and Perth mates Slumberjack were jamming in. “Dan seemed intrigued and started joking he had to leave before he decided to cancel his plans and track vocals with us for the next 10hrs,” Emerson wrote on Facebook yesterday. “A few days later, he reached out via a mutual friend and invited me up the coast to stay and work with him out of his home studio.” Read More Watch What So Not drop a killer new track live on stage   “We clicked instantly on concepts, character development, sonics and writing styles, then locked onto one song in particular. ‘Be Ok Again’ was a really personal track for me. I was kind of embarrassed to show someone of his calibre as I had written and sung my own topline to feel out the idea. “To my surprise, he loved it and not only was he happy to re-sing my parts, he encouraged me to keep my voice on the record. I ended up doing a bunch of writing trips to Daniel’s studio and safe to say he’s become quite a good friend and mentor.” Listen to the track below. The post What So Not and Daniel Johns just dropped your new favourite banger appeared first on inthemix. Source: InTheMix
  5. The annual edition of Grotesque Indoor Festival #300 Mardi Gras will be held once again at Rotterdam’s Maassilo on December 9th. Considered as one of Holland’s favorite indoor events, here are at least 8 reasons why you shouldn’t miss this year’s edition. 1. GIF300 will welcome over 20 DJs from all over the world for a variety of trance and old school house in the hands of Super8 & Tab, Sneijder, Indecent Noise, Toyax and many more. 2. It’s held in one of the most beautiful and modern cities in the Netherlands, also in one of the most beautiful and iconic venues in the country. 3. GIF300 will welcome world-class renown performers and acrobats, who will for sure take you in the spirit of Mardi Gras. 4. Aside of the main room, Grotesque have prepared a unique Silent Disco Party. 5. The Festival Market will be opened for all festival goers, where one can buy all sorts of goodies and get face-painted! 6. Go Crazy! For the Mardi Gras theme there is no such thing as going overboard. Get dressed, get painted, put your crazy make up on and stand out from the crowd! 7. Extended sets – need to say more? 8. You could win an all expenses paid trip to the event itself! See more here. About Grotesque Indoor Festival: Grotesque Indoor Festival is the largest indoor Trance event in The Netherlands. Focusing on production, special entertainment, artistry, theater-inspired elements and performers, it for sure makes it the most innovation and thought-of event in Western Europe. This year’s edition will be held on December 9th at Maassilo in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Line Up 2nd Phase Adam Seller Dano Darren Porter Fausto Indecent Noise Marco V Mark Sherry RAM Renji ReOrder Santito Sneijder Spider Standerwick Super8 & Tab Toyax hosted by MC Da Silva Follow the Facebookpage for all updates, tickets & info! Get your ticket here: https://ptevents.nl/en/events/10/details WIN TICKETS Share this event on Facebook (share this post in public mode), fill out the form and enter to win 2×2 invites! Name Facebook Name Email City Country *ends on friday 17.11.2017 20.00 CET. Winner will receive an email. Source: Trance Family
  6. Sydney favourite What So Not has been pretty tight-lipped about the release date of his upcoming debut album, but thankfully he’s been quite happy to show of it’s tracks in his live sets. Following the release of single ‘Better’ last month, the producer — who’s currently touring the US with fellow bass head Baauer — has just showed off a brand new track on stage in Philadelphia. The as-yet-untitled cut has been thrown about in his sets quite a bit recently — you might have heard it during his Listen Out slots — but this is the first time the track has been captured in full. Read More What So Not's stadium-sized new single 'Better' is finally here   As for that highly-anticipated debut, we should hopefully see it land before the end of the year. He hasn’t given much away about what it holds, but you can bet there’ll be some features on there: “I can’t tell you [about guest features]…but there is a few on there,” he told Alison Wonderland during an interview on her radio show. “I think a lot of people have been going and getting features, and I’ve just been working with my friends or just writing my own music independently. I haven’t been worrying about getting a big name to try and get some extra hype, I’ve just been working with people I really like and care about, and admire their creativity and musicality.” For now, get stuck into the new ID below. The post Watch What So Not drop a killer new track live on stage appeared first on inthemix. Source: Junkee
  7. What So Not has been playing out some unexpected and unreleased fire for crowds during his recent shows — and this new ID below sounds absolutely wild! The trap god’s last EP, Divide & Conquer was unleashed on us just over a year ago and completely shattered every expectation we had. From the sounds of it, What So Not hasn’t let up with his productions, as he continues to master his craft and completely wow us exponentially with every release. This new ID builds on everything we love about WSN, with a beautiful lead up and accompanying vocals before it explodes into a bold drop pattern featuring the producer’s signature, indescribable sound. It doesn’t go as hard (so to speak) as what we’ve heard with Divide & Conquer, but there’s something about the softer side of What So Not that sounds so sweet. No word on when we’ll get an official version of this, so if you want to experience it live check out What So Not on tour! What So Not – ID Let’s check that out again from another view because this ID is simply stunning… This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: What So Not Drops Crazy New ID During Recent Shows [WATCH] Source: Your EDM
  8. Hungarian songstress and hitmaker Ameria has collaborated Russian producer HYPRESSION on this new tune called, “Not About You,” and we’re all about it. This track, out today via Trap City and Spinnin Records, is all about the slow build and intense release. The first 70 seconds or so of the track are all on the rise with Ameria’s vocals until it crashes down with a reticent fury. The slightly phased, sweeping synth notes cause you to sway your head to and fro, almost without you even realizing it. One thing about the track that I feel could be slightly improved upon is the lack of versatility – it’s largely the same looping sequence for the duration of the track. However, to others, that repetition and consistency could be almost hypnotic. It’s all in the eye of the beholder. Check out the new track from Ameria & HYPRESSION, “Not About You,” below, out now on Trap City & Spinnin Records. This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Your EDM Premiere: Ameria & HYPRESSION – Not About You [Trap City x Spinnin Records] Source: Your EDM
  9. A new, aesthetically-appealing music video for What So Not’s first release of the year, “Better, has been finally been released. The video’s unveiling comes in wake of the Australian producer’s announcement of his tour with Baauer. “Better’s” visual counterpart pairs strongly with the track itself featuring LPX, as both bring dream-like, artistic elements that blend together immaculately to deliver a full-sensory experience. The video itself features What So Not and vocalist LPX, backdropped against various arbitrary images that quickly disperse through different geometrical patterns. Enticingly visual frames and bold transitions create a truly surreal experience. What So Not and Bauuer gear up to co-headline their East Cast tour starting Thursday, October 19.             Read More: Baauer and What So Not announce joint autumn tour Luca Lush steps up with an inventive remix of Lil Pump’s “Molly” What So Not releases ethereal mix of ‘Redrum,’ by Era Istrefi Source: Dancing Astronaut
  10. The reviews are in and Will Smith x DJ Jazzy Jeff‘s “Get Lit” is most definitely not lit… Deep down, we all cling to the hope that the once Fresh Prince of Bel-Air was coming from an authentic place when he made the track, but even if that’s true, it didn’t translate well. “Get Lit” has turned out to be the most generic and unlistenable release of the year with no other contenders in sight. What’s been described as “dad-like,” “cookie-cutter EDM” and a “total absurdity” is getting ripped apart by music critics across the board. It stings like salt in a deep cut on our hearts — wounds caused because we know the greatness heard with Big Willie Style might not ever make a comeback. Smith recently revealed he has 30 more tracks with Jazzy Jeff — so let’s hope they can redeem themselves. “Get Lit” Gets Absolutely Savage Reviews Across the Board “[Get Lit] is pretty cookie-cutter EDM as far as arrangement and production. It’s got some heavy kicks and staggered synth stabs, with a typical hook in “get lit”… honestly, the song could have been good if Smith and Jazzy Jeff put some more sincere effort into it. As it stands, it really just seems like a bandwagon song with them trying to get some street cred with the young kids.” – Matt Meadow, Your EDM “It was endearing when Smith rapped about how parents just don’t understand in 1988, but in 2017, hearing a 49-year-old talk about getting ‘lit’ comes off as a Steve Buscemi, ‘How do you do, fellow kids?’ moment.” – Derrick Rossignol, Uproxx “The Wild Wild West movie of Will Smith singles – a frankly f**king mental genre leap that’s actually kinda fascinatingly s**t, rather than the Collateral Beauty of Will Smith singles (just plain sh**). Jaden needs a better password on his laptop, because I am one billion per cent his dad, in actual Yer Da mode, raided his Tidal (Jaden is definitely a Tidal guy), found the playlist titled ‘Major Lazer is doooope!!!!!!!!’ then searched his Facebook inbox for hip young phrases-cum-song titles.” – Al Horner, Fact Mag “The real tragedy here is not that the song is bad, which it is. It’s that Smith may be attempting to relive his younger days by updating his party raps and adopting what he thinks the kids will embrace. He doesn’t need to do this, is the weird part, as he definitely doesn’t require the cash nor does he need the cultural cache. What we have is just a man flailing needlessly against the riptide of time.” – Phil Witmer, Noisey “The total absurdity of Get Lit renders it not only hilarious, but, in a way, the most profound music Will Smith has ever made. Its vacancy is so pure that it verges on the existential, the mystical – perhaps even the divine, for only a god could be capable of such perfect lack of meaning.” – Frank Guan, Vulture “Christ. You know it’s bad if I, a dad, think something is too dad-like. Was this mixed inside a tractor engine? Join us next week when Will drops his next three songs, Woke AF, YASSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS, and [prayer emoji].” – Drew Magary, GQ “It’s official. ‘Lit’ is no more. Not when old man Will Smith is building sh**ty, deafening EDM songs around the millennial buzzword.” – Randall Colburn, Consequences of Sound “It’s not as desperate as MC Hammer suddenly going gangster, or as out of left field as Bob Dylan rapping with Kurtis Blow, but it’s pretty close to your dad turning up Look What You Made Made Do and doing the Dougie in front of your friends at your bar mitzvah.” – Alex McLevy, AV Club   Source: NZ Herald | Photo via Livewire Festival This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: The Reviews Are In… Will Smith x Jazzy Jeff’s “Get Lit” Is Definitely Not Lit Source: Your EDM
  11. Australia was poised to take a step in an unprecedented direction with the establishment of the country’s first pill testing initiative at a festival. The effort was set for its first deployment Canberra’s Spilt Milk music festival, though it has now been cancelled. The trial was previously approved by The Labor Australian Capital Territory (ACT) government in September after the ACT engaged in talks with the Safety Testing Advisory Service at Festivals and Events (STA-SAFE) consortium. The consortium had agreed to take on the responsibility for running and supervising the testing service. And yet, despite the ACT and STA-SAFE’s prior negotiations, organizers of the Spilt Milk festival released a statement that noted that they had not received the documentation from STA-SAFE that would permit the trials to be run on federal land. In order for the trials to proceed, Spilt Milk producers would need an operational plan, a risk assessment, and insurance and legal framework information. With the proper documentation in their possession, festival orchestrators would then be able to submit the paperwork to the National Capital Authority (NCA), the body that would then need to issue a permit to allow the trials to run. Without this documentation, a permit could not be obtained, and the trials would halt before even getting a chance to get started. STA-SAFE member, Dr. David Caldicott told ABC Radio that STA-SAFE had not fielded a request for such documentation, commenting that the group has “…provided every piece of documentation that has been requested.” Caldicott gestured towards political pressure, identifying such pressure as the likely culprit in the trials’ failure to advance. The ACT Liberal Party’s health spokeswoman, Vicki Dunne, was quoted in August stating “The Spilt Milk festival is at Commonwealth Park, which is on Commonwealth (federal) land. Pill testing will need Commonwealth Government approval and I doubt that they will give it.” The ACT Liberal Party has since taken credit for thwarting the pill testing plans. H/T: Mixmag | Source: ABC Read More: Australian festival to provide on-site pill testing for attendees Don’t swipe these: police issue advisory for pink MasterCard pills German authorities seize 5000 Donald Trump shaped ecstasy pills Source: Dancing Astronaut
  12. It seems political pressure from conservatives could be behind the disappointing news Continue reading... Source: MixMag
  13. Max Harris and Derrick Almena face up to 39 years in prison if convicted Continue reading... http://mixmag.net
  14. London producer coaxes new flavour from familiar ingredients.Source: BBC Dance and Electronica
  15. London producer coaxes new flavour from familiar ingredients.http://www.bbc.co.uk
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