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1  General / The Forum / Bristol Hip Hop Posse Cut Vid - Nine Lives on: June 22, 2015, 05:52:10
New video from 'Winding Down' Tough Touch/Techtonic Plates' collaborative project

9 man posse cut featuring some former Hijackers - Satch, Matchstick, Kali Mist, Social Conscience, Reppo, M.A.B, Hozay, B'Tol and DJ Rogue on cuts

<a href="https://www.youtube.com/v/u7-f5iXPs0E" target="_blank">https://www.youtube.com/v/u7-f5iXPs0E</a>

Download from; https://toughtouchandtechtonicplates.bandcamp.com/album/winding-down



2  General / The Forum / Re: What's wrong with the music industry today? on: April 09, 2015, 22:22:37
No-one wants to pay their dues anymore, kids with a broadband connection effectively learning their craft in public, via social media, and expect instant success.
3  General / The Forum / Re: Post some of your favourite lyrics on: October 29, 2013, 20:55:03
Scapegoat - Atmosphere (whole lyrics are dope)

It's the caffeine, the nicotine, the miligrams of tar
It's my habitat, it needs to be cleaned, it's my car
It's the fast talk they use to abuse and feed my brain
It's the cat box it needs to be changed, it's the pain
It's women, it's the plight for power it's government
It's the way you're giving knowledge
slow with thought control and subtle hints
It's rubbing it, It's itching it, It's applying cream
It's the foreigners sight seeing with high beams, It's in my dreams
It's the monsters that I conjure, It's the marijuana
It's embarrassment, displacement, it's where I wander
It's my genre, It's Madonna's videos
It's game shows, cheap liquor, blunts,
and bumper stickers with rainbows
It's angels, demons, gods, it's the white devils
It's the monitors, the soundman, it's the fucking mic levels
It's gas fumes, fast food, Tommy Hil' and mommy's pill
Columbia House music club, designer drugs and rhyming thugs
It's bloods, crips, fives, six
It's stick up kids,
It's christian conservative terrorists, it's porno flicks
It's the east coast, no it's the west coast
It's public schools, it's asbestos
It's mentholated, It's techno
It's sleep, life, and death
It's speed, coke, and meth
It's hay fever, pain relievers, oral sex, and smokers breath
It stretches for as far as the eye can see
It's reality, fuck it , it's everything but me

It's in the water, it's in the air, it's in the meat
It's indirect, indiscrete, inconsistent, incomplete
It's in the streets, every city and everywhere you go
In every man it's the insanity, the fantasy, the casualties
It's the health care system, it's welfare victims
It's assault weapons, it's television religion, and it's false lessons
It's cops, police, pigs with badges guns and sticks
It's harassment and a complex you carry when you're running shit
It's wondering if you get to eat, it's the heat
It's the winter , the weather
It's herpes, and it's forever
It's the virus that takes the lives of the weak and the strong
It's the drama that keeps on between me and my seed's mom
It's that need to speak long, it's that hunger for attention
It's the wack , who attack songs of redemption
It's prevention, It's the first solution
It's loose, it's out for retribution,
it's mental pollution...and public execution
It's the nails that keep my hands and feet to these boards
It's the part time job that governs what you can afford
It's the fear, It's the fake
It's clear it can make time stop
and leave you stranded in the year of the snake
It's the dollar, yen, pound, it's all denomination
It's hourly wages for your professional observations
It's on your face and it's in your eyes
It's everything you be
Cause it ain't me, motherfucker, cause it ain't me, uh
4  General / The Forum / Re: Band websites. on: October 29, 2013, 17:48:44
Is the ACM still above the Wetherspoons?

Try Reverbnation - it's not a great standalone site, but you can tie all of your social media/websites/merch links through it
5  General / The Forum / Re: Busta Rhymes, Method Man & Redman K*NERS on support.... on: October 15, 2013, 19:52:07
 Pimp

Quite tempted by this, never seen Busta Rhymes before and Red and Meth are awesome live!

Good luck with the set either way!
6  General / The Forum / Re: Brisfest on: October 05, 2013, 14:02:46
Without saying...fairplay to all the volunteers, hard work, etc, etc

But...it just lacked any kind of an atmosphere for me. Without the Weapon of Choice stage, nothing much would have been worth checking out.

I think rather than booking half-assed outside acts, they should have re-united the Wildbunch - or had a Bristol legends mash-up. Roni Size/Portishead/etc etc all on one stage. There was nothing defining 'Bristol' about it - it could have been a field anywhere in the country

Understandably, as it's such a wide ranging demographic, it seems like a lot of boxes were ticked, rather than actually trying to excite the different targets for it.

Sunday as a free day for local acts/DJ's/Bands would be a good idea - but then, unlikely as the costs would need to be absorbed for the Saturday.

7  General / The Forum / Re: cabbage on: September 14, 2013, 15:14:44
I used to think this in my kebab-eating days.

There is literally no food known to mankind that is improved with the addition of raw, shredded cabbage.  Smashed
8  General / The Forum / Re: WAVEFORM FESTIVAL POSTPONED on: August 16, 2013, 21:06:47
Must've known more than 3 days ago when you were posting here encouraging people to buy tickets for 99...

This isn't a whichhunt Soash  Tut Tut  it's nothing that probably hasn't happened to anyone of us if we hadn't ever bothered to do something like this if has anyone really been so far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like?

I was just saying... (No Salem)  Smiley
9  General / The Forum / Re: WAVEFORM FESTIVAL POSTPONED on: August 16, 2013, 20:48:45
Must've known more than 3 days ago when you were posting here encouraging people to buy tickets for 99...


 OMG Death Star!!!11
10  General / The Forum / Re: #bristolcoversbands on: August 16, 2013, 19:28:51
Severn Beachboys
11  General / The Forum / Re: #bristolcoversbands on: August 16, 2013, 19:28:05
Nailsea Horses
12  General / The Forum / Re: #bristolcoversbands on: August 16, 2013, 19:27:28
Longwell Greenday
13  General / The Forum / Re: #bristolcoversbands on: August 16, 2013, 19:24:02
St. Blurbergs
14  General / The Forum / Re: Bilderberg 2013 - Anyone going? on: June 08, 2013, 12:43:38
BILDERBERG 2013 AFTER PARTY:

@ Cosies - Saturday 07/06/13 - Limited Tickets available on the door!  Slayer

10 entry
8 Concessions apply to: Property magnates, Oil Oligarchs and Arms dealers (proof of tyranny required)

Dress Code: Smart Casual (No football tops, no trainers)

 LIGHTAH!
15  General / The Forum / Re: Weed on: May 30, 2013, 17:27:46
If you buy weed off random people in the street, maybe, but then why would you do that? It's pretty obvious whether it's been sprayed or not, you can tell by sight alone and if it has, why the fuck would you buy it? If you can't find good quality, high grade weed in Bristol, then you really aren't looking hard enough.

Everything in moderation...couple of Paracetamol will get rid of a headache, couple of packets may kill you. Isn't this the same with any drug?

 

16  General / The Forum / Re: Weed on: May 30, 2013, 16:54:07
I've seen it as a contributing factor to mental illness. One friend particularly got sectioned & another friend was close. It caused me some issues as well.  They tried to make it stronger by increasing the THC content but this aggravated the effects such as paranoia. I've heard that it's the canabinoids that should have been boosted. It's got worse as people look to make money. You used to get bit of plastic in your Red Seal. These days you can get glass dust in your skunk and all manner of other nasties if you haven't got a reputable source. I know a guy who I always thought had no issues caused by smoking dope. He smoked all the time and seemed normal. He seemed to think the same. Until he kicked it after 15 years. He'd stated smoking it like most of us at 15. He thought all the little side effects were normal in life because his adult body had never known any different.

LOL
17  General / The Forum / Re: "Winding Down" - Techtonic Plates/Tough Touch - South-west Hip Hop on: May 05, 2013, 22:08:18
One of Wordplay Magazine's Videos of the Month!  LIGHTAH!

http://www.wordplaymagazine.com/videos/
18  General / The Forum / "Winding Down" - Techtonic Plates/Tough Touch - South-west Hip Hop on: May 01, 2013, 12:47:39
First track from collaboration E.P - Techtonic Plates and Tough Touch Productions - the track will feature on the next Crudely Cut Records mix-tape - you can still download (for free) the 1st Volume here: http://crudelycutrecords.com/category/media/downloads/

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/30zzq2zo8AA" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/v/30zzq2zo8AA</a>

More videos to come soon!

 Smiley
19  General / The Forum / Re: Things The In ternet Is Destroying. GO! on: April 25, 2013, 20:41:09
Journalism
20  General / The Forum / Re: Boston Marathon Explosions on: April 22, 2013, 15:52:23
There will be many theories each with very plausible explanations, but the most salient points are that: the US intelligensia had already been tipped off, the entire crime-scene seems to have been covered by CCTV enabling/leading to wild speculation and the captured suspect won't be read his Miranda rights.

So regardless of who, what and why, the end result is: mass acceptance/participation in trial by social media (which undermines any judicial process), the corruption/incompetence of America's Intelligence service, and the fact that the guy can now 'legally' be tortured, removing any pretence of 'moral high-ground'.

That's why I doubt the false-flag theories because the US Government comes out looking bad, whatever the motive was.
21  General / The Forum / Re: Boston Marathon Explosions on: April 15, 2013, 22:25:45
I'm sure the blame can be apportioned to Margaret Thatcher, no?  Roll Eyes

*Awaits link to Icke forum predicting this a week ago*
22  General / The Forum / Re: Thatcher - Ding Dong the Bitch is dead. on: April 09, 2013, 03:08:48
Also, the only female Mason. Ever.

Nope.

I can see why she is so hated, as are most despots that seize power via a brutal coup d'etat... Oh, she was elected? 3 times? Oh. But EVERYONE hated her right?

Politics is so confusing.  Huh
23  General / The Forum / Re: Biggest hip hop lineup ever in Bristol on: March 28, 2013, 17:49:36
Clearly Hijack reforming alongside Gunshot, Katch 22 and Hardnoise for a for Britcore assault.

Or GTFO obviously. Bad Teeth

That would be  Slayer Slayer Slayer Slayer Slayer Slayer Slayer Slayer Slayer Slayer

Unfortunately less than 0.5% of today's UK rappers know who these guys are.  Cry
24  General / The Forum / Re: The rise and fall of Hijack (in pictures) on: February 26, 2013, 18:41:01
To be fair, Between 08-11 90% of all posts were made by either Noodle or Ewan Hoozami  OMG Death Star!!!11
25  General / The Forum / Re: K*NERS & SIRPLUS SPIT: DARK'N'COLD INDUSTRY LOCKDOWN DVD on: February 08, 2013, 22:30:55
Loving the energy, I prefer that to the more laid back style (that's just my taste though)

Have you been in Dark N Cold in a minute? That was the spot, and 4 Star General too!
26  General / The Forum / Re: Getting a set at Bristol Carnival? on: February 07, 2013, 09:54:30
There's usually an application form for the main stage, check the carnival site, it might be on there already. Dunno.

For the street stages, you have to be in the clique. Bristol's as cliquey as anywhere else and there's plenty of DJ's spinning 'Under mi sleng teng' in Park Street bars that go on like they're Rodigan...

Don't let Hijack be your only insight into the music scene here though..that would be horrible  Smiley
27  General / The Forum / Re: Trap music... on: December 30, 2012, 23:13:52
Trap music is an horrific abomination - to each their own I guess
28  General / The Forum / Re: Complaining about music on: December 29, 2012, 21:32:44
With Sizzla, it's as much rooted in his religion as well - it's a very (overtly) religious place, even most gunmen will be in a church on a Sunday and I'd say as a society Jamaica is far behind the UK in terms of what is deemed 'morally acceptable' - and that is the place that these artists are from and the society that they are born into. You can't really just wave a magic wand and change a whole society's moral code, and music reflects life - in beauty and grotesqueness equally.  Smiley

I want to call out this defence about religion that gets trotted out occasionally.  Until I hear Sizzla bringing out songs about shooting roadside vendors that sell jerk pork, I'll be calling bullshit on the religion defence.  Even if it was more consistent, religion is no excuse for doing bad things (see suicide bombing, holy wars, ...).

But you're completely right about it being heavily rooted in the moral code in Jamaica.  Hopefully homosexuality will be destygmatized there over time, and if and when what happens these songs will become less popular.  But I'm still surprised that they're played so often in UK dances unchallenged.

It's not a defence, it is the reality of the situation. Homosexuality is seen as immoral in the doctrines of Christianity and Islam equally. So if someone is a firebrand follower of these religions, they are going to take the view that homosexuality is wrong - evil even. This is why religion is bullshit, but that's not to say that there aren't billions of people that believe these things also.

Eating pork doesn't have the same 'abomination' connotation attached to it, unless I'm wrong?

You've answered your own question really - when it becomes de-stigmatised, things will change. Watch the documentary, if only to see that there are people fighting for change.
29  General / The Forum / Re: Complaining about music on: December 29, 2012, 21:04:39

I still think art is art to some extent, I mean, are the Prodigy banned from playing because of smack my bitch up? or for glorifying starting fires...Eminem for having lyrics about beating up a disabled Christopher Reeve? Wouldn't you rather live in a world where you can choose what you listen to, rather than only having access to that which is censored - even if it meant being offended every now and again?

 and more that I wish more people acknowledged what they were giving their implicit approval to by supporting it and took a stand.

?

How many more people do you want to do that...everybody who listens to that type of music knows the lyrical content is nasty..yet they still go and support the dances where it's played...some people care about it ..some people think the lyrics are spot on...the majority of people couldn't give two fucks and just want to carry on with their lives..

I think you've hit the nail on the head.  Most people don't really care.  It just bothers me that it doesn't bother people.

Then you will have to spend some time of yopur life being bothered about something you can do fuck all about won't you...the trick in life as you may or may not find out is to not be bothered by things you have no control over....


Imagine if everyone had that attitude though, there would be no civil rights movement, no women's rights, no gay rights. If everyone gets a little bit 'bothered' about things they deem not right then changes can be made. It frustrates me a lot how little I feel I can do about the way women are still treated in the world. Now I doubt any of my whining, blogging and tweeting is going to win me any Nobel prizes or change much for anyone, but I'd rather be on the side of the solution than sitting on my fat arse not being bothered. That really would do no help at all.

Be the change you want to see in the world and all that  Wink

You could always go and volunteer in some of the various hostels/shelters for abused/battered women, as opposed to placating your own sense of conscience/self-righteousness by writing blogs  Laugh. This changes nothing, other than making yourself feel better about yourself, which is hardly altruism in action.
30  General / The Forum / Re: Complaining about music on: December 28, 2012, 22:23:52

I still think art is art to some extent, I mean, are the Prodigy banned from playing because of smack my bitch up? or for glorifying starting fires...Eminem for having lyrics about beating up a disabled Christopher Reeve? Wouldn't you rather live in a world where you can choose what you listen to, rather than only having access to that which is censored - even if it meant being offended every now and again?

As someone who's on frosty's side; it's not that I want it banned by the government, and more that I wish more people acknowledged what they were giving their implicit approval to by supporting it and took a stand.

When you refuse to speak out against these things you are giving them your implicit approval. Do people really think nothing would change if the homophobic reggae artists found themselves unable to sell their records or sell tickets outside of their own country and the non-homophobic ones were able to do so?

The music is a manifestation of the problem, not the actual problem. The fact is, they do sell records outside of their country and regularly sell out shows in the US. It's not culturally unacceptable to be homophobic in Jamaica - and until it is, this will persist. If you stop rappers rapping about selling drugs, shooting people and gangs, it's not going to stop drugs being sold, people being shot and people joining gangs.

There's a documentary called 'Taboo Yardies' all about this very subject, have a watch if you're interested. - http://tabooyardies.wordpress.com/
31  General / The Forum / Re: Complaining about music on: December 28, 2012, 11:59:42
You obviously go to shit clubs, full of wankers where they play shit music.

 Wink
32  General / The Forum / Re: Complaining about music on: December 28, 2012, 06:43:50
I wasn't equating pro-drugs lyrics with pro-homophobic lyrics, just saying that it was interesting how only ten years ago, these tracks sold in the bucket-load, had loads of airplay and were (directly or indirectly) glamorising use of Heroin.

Because of anti-gay lyrics, a lot of these Reggae artists are banned from touring here.

I still think art is art to some extent, I mean, are the Prodigy banned from playing because of smack my bitch up? or for glorifying starting fires...Eminem for having lyrics about beating up a disabled Christopher Reeve? Wouldn't you rather live in a world where you can choose what you listen to, rather than only having access to that which is censored - even if it meant being offended every now and again?
33  General / The Forum / Re: Complaining about music on: December 28, 2012, 02:04:52
Yeah, you're right of course.  I don't know... I've thought over all the social factors til the cows come home but it still pisses me off.  I'm sure the music would be much more boring if I imposed a moral code everywhere.

That's kinda what Simon Cowell pop music is. So saccharine and sanitised that it doesn't have any authenticity.

Interesting though, so many 'pop' songs in the late 80's, and 90's - I'm thinking, 'Golden Brown' by the Stanglers, 'So Young' by Suede, 'Beetlebum' by Blur etc all charted extremely well and are about smacking up

I think this proves that most people don't interpret what they are hearing.
34  General / The Forum / Re: Complaining about music on: December 28, 2012, 01:39:49
Yeah, and that basically that women shouldn't sleep around, should have one man, have good hygiene, etc. Ironically, Mr Vegas recently had a twitter meltdown over his girlfriend playing away... Laugh

Like you say though, I think most people don't actually understand what they are listening to (I don't mean this in a patronising way at all).

With Sizzla, it's as much rooted in his religion as well - it's a very (overtly) religious place, even most gunmen will be in a church on a Sunday and I'd say as a society Jamaica is far behind the UK in terms of what is deemed 'morally acceptable' - and that is the place that these artists are from and the society that they are born into. You can't really just wave a magic wand and change a whole society's moral code, and music reflects life - in beauty and grotesqueness equally.  Smiley

That being said, I wouldn't let it offend you. Homophobia, racism, sexism, misogyny are in every walk of life, in every class and every country. Rap being a great example. I'm pretty sure there are loads of gay rappers (Hardcore and 'Gangsta') still in the closet.

35  General / The Forum / Re: Complaining about music on: December 28, 2012, 01:10:47
How dare people have differing tastes and opinions. Bastards.

Laughing  Laughing  Laughing

Thread is all kinds of wrong

I'm really interested in both of your opinions on this.  Especially Soash, as your post doesn't give much away.  I know you've both talked a lot of sense in threads in the past.  Given. you're unlikely to dramatically change my mind (but what internet thread does?), but I know that my current outlook on this stuff isn't working well.  And I can only see one perspective on this, so I'm genuinely interested in what people who aren't bothered by this stuff think.

Edit: Reading back, I've used "this stuff" twice.  That's because I've tried to avoid emotive language, i.e., saying "songs that advocate killing gay people".  But that's what bugs me about this stuff (there I go again) - I'm listening to some tune that's suggesting the girls ride on the cocky like a bicycle, or whatever, and then the next song comes on and I start to think about whether Sizzla would really like to see my mate (*I think a name*) stoned to death, or I think that I'm glad that (*other name*) decided not to come out tonight, because if everyone's dancing to this and some people cheered when it came on, wouldn't it be dangerous for him to be here?  Even apart from the very serious morality of it, it sucks any enjoyment out of the night until I can forget about it.

It's just that, by you complaining to a DJ is not going to stop the record from being made in the first place. It might stop that DJ playing it again (which is doubtful). I'm not justifying it, but it's such a massively different culture in Jamaica, homo-sexuality is NOT tolerated, as backwards as that is, that's how it is there - and thus, you are going to find derogatory references to it from Dancehall and Jamaican Reggae artists, because it's what they know.  

If you were openly gay and went to a dance in Jamaica, you might be on the receiving end of violence. In the UK, no-one is going to listen to Boom Bye Bye and then go and lynch the nearest gay. Unless you are really familiar with Patois, chances are, the vast amount of lyrics will go over most people's head anyway. I mean, how many people play 'Heads High' by Mr Vegas and understand that it is basically about sucking dick? Yet you'll hear that pumping out at carnival in the day-time and kids dancing away.

You can point to most lyrical genres of music and find lyrics that are distasteful or that advocate things which are morally repugnant to the vast majority of people, but that doesn't mean that people that listen to it are going to act upon what they hear.

36  General / The Forum / Re: Ghostface Killah Promoter Help!!! on: December 28, 2012, 00:58:07
J-Zone did retire, and wrote a book - Root for the Villain - about his experiences in the game! Worth reading, pretty funny.  Pimp

If you can't get Ghostface, you could always get Action Bronson instead and just close your eyes  Bad Teeth

37  General / The Forum / Re: Complaining about music on: December 26, 2012, 12:43:52
 Laughing  Laughing  Laughing

Thread is all kinds of wrong
38  General / The Forum / Re: RA THE RUGGED MAN & JERU THE DAMAJA - EXCHANGE & THE BANK, 7th December. on: November 28, 2012, 01:32:46
Brand new RA Rugged Man and Mac Lethal - Crustified Christmas 2012!

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/QAxmoP70WMY" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/v/QAxmoP70WMY</a>
39  General / The Forum / Re: Depressing Music on: November 04, 2012, 21:31:28
<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/rOGv8U3bNc0" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/v/rOGv8U3bNc0</a>


<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/iB7E1D_3Na4" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/v/iB7E1D_3Na4</a>


<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/0OFJQBjiAOc&amp;feature=related" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/v/0OFJQBjiAOc&amp;feature=related</a>
40  General / The Forum / Re: VINNIE PAZ & ILL BILL @ LAKOTA - Dec 2nd w/ LEAF DOG & BVA on: October 30, 2012, 13:03:04
New Ill Bill featuring El-P

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/I4dbSsEeUEM" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/v/I4dbSsEeUEM</a>
41  General / The Forum / Re: PRIEST CLASS OF THE ILLUMINATI! on: October 23, 2012, 00:37:15
The comments in the vaccination link are literally a lolocaust

One joker thinks that vaccination is ACTUALLY part of an illuminati eugenics project...  Smashed Smashed Smashed Smashed Smashed

Alex Jones would be a lot more plausible if his points were congruous. To make the leap from vaccines containing cancer, to Hitler being funded by the British, to David Icke...I mean, what the fucking fuck.

I bet these people were gutted when GNN was exposed as a CIA psy-op...  Laughing

42  General / The Forum / Re: PRIEST CLASS OF THE ILLUMINATI! on: October 21, 2012, 01:37:22


Tell that to the millions dying of diseases in Africa which could be prevented with vaccinations.  Roll Eyes

Alex Jones is a moron. Anyone that takes what he says as truth needs culling.

You really think the pharmaceutical companies that make the vaccinations give a shit about the millions of dying africans?  All they are interested in is making billions of dollars selling a lie to poverty stricken africans.  Most disease is caused through poor sanitation, poor living conditions and malnutrition.  But I'm sure they will develop a vaccine soon to cure those things as well.

Stop accepting the perpetual lies which are spoonfed to you by the system and do some of your own research.  Vaccines have been proven ineffective time and time again.  But because they create so much money for the Pharmaceutical companies these facts are kept quiet:

http://www.naturalnews.com/035715_vaccines_history_fraud.html
   

No, pharmaceutical companies exist to make money. This is not some secret that you are enlightening anyone with.  Laugh

So...if vaccines don't work, please explain the drastic reduction in Polio, Diptheria, Rubella, Small-pox, in the last 50 years?

Watching a Youtube link to a radio show hosted by a right wing, CHRISTIAN who holds beliefs like - Hitler was funded by the British intelligensia and who has made more than $5 million selling DVD'S to 'truth-seekers' does not constitute 'research' in any way shape or form, so you can drop the intellectual one-up-manship champ.
43  General / The Forum / Re: PRIEST CLASS OF THE ILLUMINATI! on: October 21, 2012, 00:17:01
lost me on "everyone knows all vaccines contain cancer thats just a fact"

Not as far from the truth as you may think:

http://www.naturalnews.com/035080_vaccines_cancer_pets.html

Vaccines are at best completely ineffective and at worst lethal:

http://www.naturalnews.com/037471_vaccines_mythology_fairy_tale.html

Tell that to the millions dying of diseases in Africa which could be prevented with vaccinations.  Roll Eyes

Alex Jones is a moron. Anyone that takes what he says as truth needs culling.
44  General / The Forum / Re: Introducing Crudely Cut Records... on: September 28, 2012, 05:35:03
The mix-tape is on-point!  LIGHTAH!
45  General / The Forum / Re: Serious question - no beef intended!! on: September 28, 2012, 05:33:53
Accents are definitely different, play a Londoner some Bristol Hip Hop and ask them if they think they sound alike. There are now tons of UK rap groups that have their own very distinctive dialects.

London didn't invent Hip Hop, it was inspired by New York, so all UK Hip Hop gives a nod to the US, however the sound has diversified and branched out.

Bristol's smaller, so it's easier in a way for groups of like minded people to link up and collaborate, there's always been a Bristol Hip Hop scene! It's just now - the artists are mainly joining arms, rather than trying to 'make it'/get signed/*insert your own faux-industry aspirations* on their own.

It's a good thing I think, power in numbers!  Smiley

46  General / The Forum / Re: Entering the US with a drug caution....? on: September 13, 2012, 20:48:24
Yeah, convictions will be dodgy, caution will be fine, don't mention it and you'll be ok. Obviously, don't have anything which could be construed as 'paraphernalia' on you (this includes Rizzla).

If ya flying into JFK, expect an hour and a half going through security though. I nearly missed a connecting flight to Miami once, cos an old lady couldn't push her thumb down with enough pressure to make a print.  Roll Eyes
47  General / The Forum / Re: Iraqi Nuclear Scientist merked on: September 13, 2012, 01:37:23

After all it wouldnt be the first time Israel had attacked the British:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/King_David_Hotel_bombing

...which was a terrorist attack that was carried out by ...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irgun

..the predecessor of...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Likud

..which is the political party of Benjamin Netanyahu.

 Wink

Israel are itching to hit Iran!
48  General / The Forum / Re: Has the demise of posters affected Bristol Clubbing? on: July 17, 2012, 09:53:59
Recession, lack of disposable income, closure of mid size venues which made hosting fringe mainstream artists/acts viable, smoking ban, propensity of booking the same acts/DJ's all the time are more likely the reasons why Bristol sucks right now.

All more so than posters.
49  General / The Forum / Re: Jehst (Live Band), Phi-Life Cypher, Split Prophets+more 19/05/12 secret location on: May 15, 2012, 12:55:13
2 mins from home! About time old Market had something better to do than fuel the sex trade :-)
50  General / The Forum / Re: Petition: Make the EDL f**k off and not march in Bristol on: May 14, 2012, 10:32:53
by "people" do you mean me?

People are so sensitive about extremism these days, it's like...everything's so extremist - the word extremism has lost it's meaning..  Cheesy
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