Set Openers

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  1. Mulla

    Mulla Digital Future

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    What you usin at the mo?

    For me...

    'Paranoia' - Militia
    'White Poison rmx' - Dragon

    or 'Reach Inside' if Im starting off on a lighter tip.


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  2. Calefaction

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    Dylan - Dark Planet
    Moving Fusion - Atlantis (Ram Tril remix)
    D-Kay - Reach Inside
    Tech Itch & Kemal - The Calling

    Those are some of my favorites
     
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    starting with Signal - bigup the soulseek maassive! :banana:
     
  4. 1992

    1992 Novantadue

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    I like Citadel of Chaos "Urbanity" (Boombastic Plastic 003) for an opener. Finest Illusion (Illegal Vocal Mix) is also nice I find.
     
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    I reckon going for anything with a real odd intro just to let them know you've arrived, or just something that clashes with the previous DJ's last track
     
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    Kemal & Rob Data - The Encrypter
    Dom & Roland - Soundwall VIP

    me first gig is on the 12/09 and im in between them too tunes to open....if i cant decide i ll just put good ol Messiah..:D
     
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    sdm This is Dog Fort

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    Whatever I have at the time that will kill the dance ;]
     
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    Serum Well-Known Member

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    You know you're a fag if you don't open with Flava for Raver
     
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    dj stylo - disco's revenge

    freeland - we want your soul(ed rush & optical remix)
     
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    Re: Re: Set Openers

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    Re: Re: Re: Set Openers

    Calyx - Kingdom
    Krusada - Narco
    Free Agent - Family Ties Bootleg
    Nosher (Baron Remix)
    Calibre - Rejack
    Twisted Individual - Does Exactly....
     
  12. 1992

    1992 Novantadue

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    Why not Total Science "Gravity Girls" or Monkey Buisness "Too Much"? I think those are my favorite tunes of 2002. Ohh also Digital's "Red Head" was pretty darn tootin' hot!

    I guarentee if you drop "Too Much" inbetween two sets of distorted techstep noise (like Soundwall VIP) you'll stand out all right!!!
     
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    Hmmmmmm.....

    Hazard- No. 6
    Twisted Individual- Does Exactly......( Don't feel like typing )
    Ram Trilogy- Screamer( I live in Iowa. Nobody knows this so it get's it jumpin' )
    Tech Itch & Kemal- Signal Trace w/ Fresh- Daleks to double drop


    and in the next week or so.....

    Hive- Neo ( who isn't gonna open or close with this :bounce:
     
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    jungleselekta URUSEI YATSURA

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    dark sound foundation v chip - fuk'd

    thats the only one I'll share today ;)
     
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    my soul - makoto - john b rmx....
    for a lighter side,
    or if mixing out of somebody else.... hmmmm
    mutationz is still a classic for that!! :who_wants
     
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    Eska android funkster

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    things that make the crowd go :confused:
     
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    Axis of Evil - Dark Alley

    Wicked sci-fi feeling track!
     
  18. moriaty

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    Re: Re: Set Openers

    Im opening a Breakcore/Gabbatechno night...so i guess soundwall will be the atmospherick chill out point of said night..ta anyhow
     
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    It depends really. Generally something with a percussionless intro goes down pretty well. It really depends on the night... I've been opening with the High Contrast remix of Renegade Snares quite a bit, as well as CydeFX - Timescape off John B's Nu Electro label.

    I think tonight will be Optical - Hi Tek Dreams. :devilslay
     
  20. CoB

    CoB Pure Sanelessness

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    Tech Itch Vs Dylan - Legend..
    because i really couldnt be fucked trying to mix that bastard in properly..
    though whatever looks pretty

    actually, there is another record I have that has a scratch after the second breakdown, so I also put that one on first if im going to play it.. and just mix out of it after the first breakdown..

    and then there is one with a really cheasey vocal line that i play when the last person was playing some gay house :)
    yay for playing in a bar
     
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