dj zinc whyyy :(

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what the hell is he doing..
sorry if this is a repost.. but this is just awful

out today


what ever happened to casino royal ??
 
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yeah thats unimaginably poor. but then youre entitled to your own opinion and i havent been feeling anything from zinc since... his olive remix and even then it wasnt really my thing.
people change, music does too, the tween wave will never really be over, its just the onset of a music that will forever prevail in the face of the sound that was born and came of age in the 90s.
thats now been replaced with a new thing, the start was tween wave and it will continue to change but it will never sound like that again. a severely alien and soulless sound for those of us who are shit old.
and used to jazzy triphop, jungle and deep house vibes, its the least you could expect one might have thought, at some point, but lo and behold, how wrong were you. and i, both. im hopped up on coffee and got to hurry on down the fish market shit shtit shit
 

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sounds like it would be on the soundtrack to Skins. But I guess after seeing Fresh get to number one other DJ's think it's obtainable so why not take a shot for it
 

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yeah thats unimaginably poor. but then youre entitled to your own opinion and i havent been feeling anything from zinc since... his olive remix and even then it wasnt really my thing.
people change, music does too, the tween wave will never really be over, its just the onset of a music that will forever prevail in the face of the sound that was born and came of age in the 90s.
thats now been replaced with a new thing, the start was tween wave and it will continue to change but it will never sound like that again. a severely alien and soulless sound for those of us who are shit old.
and used to jazzy triphop, jungle and deep house vibes, its the least you could expect one might have thought, at some point, but lo and behold, how wrong were you. and i, both. im hopped up on coffee and got to hurry on down the fish market shit shtit shit
Karl 3:16 :D
 

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haha its a bit preachy but 3:16 is some accolade :lol:

my vision of the future, when i was young, musically i mean, not computers or cars (or the combination thereof which im sure we all agreed on would be hovering back and forth to work everyday in the year 2001, and the only thing that really changed is the mobile telephones and the internet connection got faster, but all this is beside the point),
my vision was that drum and bass would become house-ier. seriously detroit or chichago house-ier. you know, cos even as a youngster i reckognized how real house had become as a genre, how mature, and why not, of course it wouldve from being alive for so long. so thats the direction i saw it going in, not immediately, cos at the time stakka and skynet, konflict, c4c, sintheticks, paul b and sta, all that was coming up at the time, but i thought later, later on in the future, drum and bass would draw from the mature and souley sounds of house. did that happen, i mean yes, somewhat, i know it did. but a little. it wasnt a huge movement or nothing when high contrast and sonic and silver and lots of other act joined up and did a kind of 70s inspired disco house drum and bass (like fucking dj jean 2001 madhouse, the shame) thats not what i meant man, i was expecting so much more from that direction. but everyone cant be 4heros. or photeks. some might argue the liquid genre is all about a housey influence but if so, why doesnt it interest me in the slightest. i mean like moodyman. theo parrish. the kind of maturity and the sound of house of course but the... thought behind it all, not just a filter and loop aesthetic dance floor blah blah work out, armin van helden, you love him dont you. well i dont. point is i was wrong as fuck, dnb has gone in sooo many directions i couldnt predict for shit, the most interesting being the minimal and autonomic movements which sometimes shows moments of that house thing i was dreaming about in 1996. so hows this rant treating you, im sooo jacked up on this coffee, ok ill be honest its monster energy with 12% beer in the same pint. still didnt go to the fish market, shit shit shit
 

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i played this at Beach Break at the weekend and it went off man!! i quiete like it... a little bit disposable though... no one will be listening to it in a couple of months.....
 

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yeah went off man, sure. dj bumbaclaart played it too on his night in adonis pizzeria last tuesday (5 squid on the door) and the crowd went mental. then he played my tunes after. they was way more beta. then he did a sexy sexy dance and did the splits only in his pants.
 

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This is shit. I'm all for lyrics in a track but this guys voice is annoying, not to mention the fact the lyrics don't mean anything. What happened to his 174 trek style?
 

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yeah went off man, sure. dj bumbaclaart played it too on his night in adonis pizzeria last tuesday (5 squid on the door) and the crowd went mental. then he played my tunes after. they was way more beta. then he did a sexy sexy dance and did the splits only in his pants.
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