London - Saturday March 12th

Events people say they're coming to until a day or so before the event.
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Re: London - Saturday March 12th

Postby F.o.W » 14 Mar 2016, 21:48

Lovely evening, thanks to everybody, just a pleasure!
You see, there are still faint glimmers of civilization left in this barbaric slaughterhouse that was once known as humanity. Indeed that's what we provide in our own modest, humble, insignificant... oh, fuck it.

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Re: London - Saturday March 12th

Postby Diamond Dog » 18 Mar 2016, 22:23

The Slider wrote:I
It was a bit disappointing that only two doyens were there,


This is what happens when the April JU is held in March....
a bunch of dudes jamming but some of the abrupt edits serve as a reminder it owes a lot to technology. It finds ***** distancing himself from his musical past, but it sounds equally far from the dense abstraction his music would take on later

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Re: London - Saturday March 12th

Postby C » 18 Mar 2016, 23:16

Diamond Dog wrote:
The Slider wrote:It was a bit disappointing that only two doyens were there,


This is what happens when the April JU is held in March....


Agreed




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Re: London - Saturday March 12th

Postby the masked man » 18 Mar 2016, 23:22

The doyens are irrelevant...it's all about those who can be bothered to turn out. And we had a great night out!

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Re: London - Saturday March 12th

Postby Diamond Dog » 18 Mar 2016, 23:36

the masked man wrote:The doyens are irrelevant...it's all about those who can be bothered to turn out. And we had a great night out!


I don't think anyone said you didn't?

I'm sure it was a great night - I've never attended a bad one yet.

It was actually one of the attendees who raised the point about doyens....
a bunch of dudes jamming but some of the abrupt edits serve as a reminder it owes a lot to technology. It finds ***** distancing himself from his musical past, but it sounds equally far from the dense abstraction his music would take on later

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Re: London - Saturday March 12th

Postby The Slider » 19 Mar 2016, 16:02

the masked man wrote:The doyens are irrelevant


Impertinent interloper. :evil:


The first Jolly Up was in March.
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Re: London - Saturday March 12th

Postby Diamond Dog » 19 Mar 2016, 16:32

The Slider wrote:
the masked man wrote:The doyens are irrelevant


Impertinent interloper. :evil:


The first Jolly Up was in March.
I am keeping the integrity


At the Moon Under Water?

Really? I could have sworn it was April 6th 2002?
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Re: London - Saturday March 12th

Postby The Slider » 19 Mar 2016, 16:44

well, you might be right
But it'd make a change
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