Renegade Hardware Presents...THE HISTORY SESSIONS | SUN 30TH MAY 2010

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  1. DjTiesticles

    DjTiesticles Well-Known Member

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    Drum and bass has shifted and progressed at a breathtaking rate since it's inception. As a forward thinking music genre it can be easy to forget the amazing evolution we have witnessed within our scene. Sometimes it takes a look at the past to really appreciate the present. With this as a concept, on bank holiday Sunday 30th May we set aside a night for a one off special to bring together a selection of the most pioneering producers, DJ's and labels our genre has ever known.

    Enter: The History Sessions...

    Brought to you by the renowned Renegade Hardware team you can be assured this event will be one to be remembered for a very long time!

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    HISTORY SESSIONS @ AREA | BANK HOLIDAY SUN 30th MAY 2010

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    ROOM 1 - THE HISTORY OF DRUM & BASS 1994 - 2000
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    FABIO (The Speed Era)

    MARCUS INTALEX (The Soul:R Take Over)

    STORM (Reinforced The Enforcers)

    ED RUSH (The Virus Sound)

    LOXY & INK (Renegade Hardware)

    TRACE (No U Turn)

    CALYX (The Moving Shadow)

    BAD COMPANY (The BC Years)

    DOC SCOTT (Metalheadz - Blue Note Set)


    MC’s:

    2SHY RHYME TYME A.D GQ FATS

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    ROOM 2 - HIP HOP / HOUSE / GARAGE CLASSICS

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    THOR

    JAY SOUL

    MISS EP

    SHINOBI

    DRU


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    ROOM 3 - BROKEN BEATS / ECLECTIC BEATS

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    DARKWAH

    MAGIC

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    That looks rather heavy and somewhat mouth watering. Hope these sets get recorded
     
  2. DA BRICK

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  3. thedjnifty

    thedjnifty Well-Known Member

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    It's like AWOL for Hardware fans ...

    I do like the whole idea of these kind of nights but, who's going to play anything new?
     
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  4. $pyto

    $pyto Soundcloud changed everything

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    LOL, wouldn't that contradict the idea of the night?!

    The 1st AWOL I went to, Grooverider dropped Slippery Slope as his outro. I haven't seen him on an AWOL line-up since. Not that that saddens me, but everyone thought he was a complete idiot for dropping a (completely rinsed) dancefloor/jump-up tune at a jungle rave...
     
  5. Saint

    Saint Buried Audio

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    WHAT THE FUCK..
     
  6. thedjnifty

    thedjnifty Well-Known Member

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    Personally after a while I just always find myself craving something fresh when I've been hearing older tunes all night

    What would make more sense to me personally is having some people play old skool sets and some people play new skool sets, a kinda mix of new vs. old sorta thing

    Maybe I'm just a sucker for the latest Spor dubplate ... but that's just me
     
  7. jmzmaloney

    jmzmaloney ENTHUSED WITH ETHNOGRAPHIC PLUNDERPHONICS Staff Member

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    What on earth are you 2 babbling about. Really want to go to this. If Metalheadz and Critical Fabric dont clear me out I'm going.
     
  8. BoudiCat

    BoudiCat SERIAY.

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    Looks big! Although I don't see why Maldini & Vegas are still Bad Company. They should just call themselves Maldini & Vegas.
     
  9. CRoOK

    CRoOK Audio Artillery

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    this is the night i was on about the other day maloney, didnt know it was actually a hardware night. line up is big stinkin and nasty.
     
  10. Moskit

    Moskit :rodigan: Staff Member

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    The line-up & concept is fucking brilliant imo.

    & simply because its Hardware, you know the DJ's will deliver & not play like some do @ AWOL, or be advertised to play one type of set & turn up & do another.

    Its my old dears 60th on this day, so i'm gonna be struggling to reach, but I will do everything in my power to do so.

    Trace is easily in my top 5 dj's of all time, Fabio Swerve set will be fucking awesome, Storm Reinforced will be off the chain & Scotty Bluenote!?.... Fuck about!
     
  11. Nick-ep

    Nick-ep RudeFM/In-Reach

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    not one to be missed! will be in FULL attendance :)
     
  12. Saint

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    Bring the fam...
     
  13. Moskit

    Moskit :rodigan: Staff Member

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    Shes more into her earlier Audio Couture, Lucky Spin & Formation stuff from around 92'.

    :teeth:
     
  14. SquidgyBlack

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    Best line up I've seen in ages. Across the board selectors.


    Not sure if Soul:R counts as 1994 -2000 though???
     
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    jmzmaloney ENTHUSED WITH ETHNOGRAPHIC PLUNDERPHONICS Staff Member

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    Theres another one at Area called Way Back When, Renegade Hardware are the promoters, the weekend after this. Goes even further back in time.

    Saturday 5th June

    Room 1 Classic House/Acid/ Warehouse 88-90

    Grooverider
    Fabio
    Trevor Fung
    Jumping Jack Frost
    Richie Fingers
    Rob Acteson
    Ray Keith
    Huckleberry Finn

    MC Chalkie White

    Room 2 Old School Hardcore 90-92

    Dr S Gachet
    Squirrel
    Nicky Blackmarket
    DJ Phantasy
    DJ Twista Tony
    Damage Twiz
     
  16. Moskit

    Moskit :rodigan: Staff Member

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    Frost & Gachet on the same line-up...

    Shiiiiiiiiit.

    Trevor Fung, ain't heard that name for TIME, I accidentally the whole nostalgia on my keyboard.
     
  17. #talktofrank

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    WHY IS FABIO THERE? Am I the only person in the world that thinks hes fucking shocking?
     
  18. SquidgyBlack

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    Fabio draws for DEEP tunes mate, his mixing is obviously not as good as other top DJs but its not the be all and end all.
     
  19. foxie

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    I love you Ricky
     
  20. PostmanPat

    PostmanPat I'll cum in your arse.

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    FUCK ME. want to go to this naow!!