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1  General / The Forum / Win a set at BassKitchen in August! on: June 20, 2013, 11:58:06

Spread the word, tell your friends! Reckon you've got what it takes to get a crowd moving? Time to put your skills where your mouth is. More info soon.
2  General / The Forum / Bass Kitchen UK presents Far Too Loud / TB2 / 5th July on: June 10, 2013, 11:52:23

E-Tickets available here: http://goo.gl/PU8ze
IRL Tickets available from Bristol Ticket Shop soonish.

Far Too Loud, a.k.a. Oli Cash, has gained a reputation for hi-tech, dancefloor-destroying music that makes people throw their hands in the air and go crazy. Think high-energy, aggressive funk, big basslines, crazy edits, intricate production and you’ll know the sound.

Since his first release, back in 2005, things have gone ever upward. Winning “Best Single” at the Breakspoll Awards in 2007 was a huge boost early on and later that year the huge FTL anthem “Play It Loud”, which saw a move from breakbeat into big, dirty electro-house grooves, received a massive response and remains a firm crowd-pleaser to this day. Subsequent chart-smashers including “Bring Back Boogie” and “Megaloud”, and remixes for the likes of Lily Allen and The Crystal Method confirmed Far Too Loud's place among the big guns of electro-house.

2012 saw Far Too Loud grow even more, with numerous Beatport top ten chart positions, remixes for artists such as Excision and Cyberpunkers and the release of his multi-genre Firestorm EP, which shook up the whole bass music scene. 2013 looks to be even bigger, as the “Faster Than Light” EP drops on June 3rd, featuring four brand new tracks bursting with his explosive trademark production and energy.

Having toured the world over, Oli is well experienced in delivering unique sets packed with high energy, whether it’s 200 people in a sweaty underground club or 20,000 at an outdoor festival, you can be sure it’s going to go off!

Not only that but we have a special guest in none other than DJ Theo Chamber Cox - one of the original Bass Kitchen Crew and our man in Thailand!

Chamber has already played across the globe alongside many of the electronic music scenes biggest artists, such as Beardyman, Orbital, Benga, Dilated Peoples, Plump DJs, DJ Vadim, Ed Solo, Adam F, Donaeo, Stanton Warriors, Atomic Hooligan, The Freestylers, Benny Page, Lee Coombs, DJ Yoda, A Skillz, Freq Nasty, J Majik, Baobinga, Rennie Pilgrem, Jon Carter, General Midi, The Breakfastaz, Dub Pistols, Fabio & Grooverider and many more. His club-night, Bass Kitchen, is also spreading globally, having recently launched further international branches across Canada, Taiwan, China and around Europe, which will be booking some of the biggest DJs across the electronic music spectrum.

But wait, there's more! In The Cage we have a fine selection of DJs from one of the Internet's best underground dance radio station: Brap.FM

I think I might need a sit down.

So join us on Friday 5th of July for promises to be a night of absolute awesomeness!










Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/531444230253611/

3  General / The Forum / Re: Bass Kitchen UK presents - Pyramid - TB2 - Friday 7th June on: June 04, 2013, 13:32:09
E-tickets! We got your e-tickets right here!


Sent direct to your inbox.

4  General / The Forum / Re: Bass Kitchen UK presents - Pyramid - TB2 - Friday 7th June on: May 31, 2013, 11:09:28
Win free entry for you and a mate!

5  General / The Forum / Re: Bass Kitchen UK presents - Pyramid - TB2 - Friday 7th June on: May 28, 2013, 11:52:13
Just over a week to go!
6  General / The Forum / Bass Kitchen UK presents - Pyramid - TB2 - Friday 7th June on: May 07, 2013, 10:27:19

PYRAMID are West London production duo and DJ/MC combo outfit Nicky D'Silva and Scott Maclean currently signed with the award-winning Funkatech Records.

Long acquainted studio partners and good mates the pair are seasoned live performers, regularly tearing up parties all over the globe from Glastonbury to Galway, known for their trademark electric sets and limitless energy on stage.

Originally rooted in breakbeat, their sound has evolved into a melting pot of beats and basslines set at around 140bpm. Be it breaks, dubstep or anything in between, PYRAMID are certified hot property having had production work commissioned for Polydor signing Roxxxan, Mercury's Dot Rotten alongside TMS, Sony's latest sensation Jagga, Tiesto's Black Hole imprint and dubstep giants Dub Police.

And with 2012 bringing with it official remix duties for Carl Cox & Dot Rotten; regular plays on 1xtra; an Australia tour for a second year in a row plus their smash single ‘Lost In You ft. Lena Cullen’ the rise of PYRAMID continues into 2013. Watch out!

Bass Kitchen are mad stoked to bring the Pyramid boys to Bristol and alongside them will be the Bass Kitchen UK residents.

++ In the Tunnel ++



Dr Fly, JDO, P.O.D.G.E, Moif, Wobbling Wookie and Hi Hat Live.

++ In the cage we have a fine selection of beat maestros who will be providing a top quality selection of beats for your dancing pleasure ++

Guy the Rev
Kev Godden
Miss Grace

Get yourself warmed up with this free 140 bpm download mixed up by Pyramid! https://soundcloud.com/pyramid-1/pyramid-140-mix-volume-1

It's going to be a belter of a night. Doors open at 11 and tickets are available from Bristol Ticket Shop in the coming days. £6 upfront, more on the door!
7  General / The Forum / Bass Kitchen UK presents Jinx in Dub / Freear / Five Dollar Shake - 03/05/13 on: April 09, 2013, 10:31:22

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/events/575367375821601/
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/basskitchen
Web: http://www.basskitchen.co.uk
Bristol Ticket Shop: http://www.bristolticketshop.co.uk/

It's the first of the May bank holidays and we've got yet another amazing lineup! There's no stopping the UK Bass Kitchen Crew, coming atchya with our beats and breaks spatula. Or something. Moving on:

We have no less than two headliners playing in the tunnel and the inimitable 5 Dollar Shake holding things down in the cage on May 3rd. it's safe to say this is going to be a bit of a massive one. Tickets are a bank-holiday-tastic £5 in advance from Bristol Ticket Shop and more on the door. You're probably going to want to get down early for this one. Doors open at 11pm sharp.

Alongside the Bass Kitchen residents, in attendance we have:


Roaming artist, DJ, producer & founder of Slamboree - On a constant move in 2013 playing shows whilst recording & collaborating on the road.
Bristol based, Mike Freear writes & performs a mix of Glitch, Electroswing, Dubstep, Ghettofunk, Breaks, DnB, Balkan, Rock & Rave. He has recently been nominated for a Breakspoll award for 'BEST BREAKTHROUGH DJ' and has released on Ape, Dub FX's 'Convoy Unlimited', Definition:Breaks and Smudge Music. Plus a load of free stuff you can grab @ http://soundcloud.com/freear


Jinx in Dub

DJ/producer Joss Jinx, is widely regarded as the one of the UK's top rankin Dubwise breaks producers. A versatile producer with a string of releases and remixes over the years. Starting within the Nuskool Breaks camp back in 99' his sound over the years has moulded in to a unique blend of Dubwise bass music with many styles and tempos of Electronic Roots, Dub & Dancehall style Rhythms which have been smashing up clubs and major festivals in the UK and abroad.


5 Dollar Shake

Five Dollar Shake is an established, but forever fresh club night from Bristol bringing funky sounds combined with big basslines! A fun and vibrant festival-like atmosphere not to be missed! Championing Bristol bass music and representing the Ghetto Funk and Glitch Hop movement, Five Dollar Shake brings Nu Skool Breaks and a mash-up of fresh tunes and visuals from top artists! Expect fruity surprises you are likely to find at no other club night Wink

The Five Dollar Shake residents:

Boundski https://soundcloud.com/boundski
X-Ray Ted https://soundcloud.com/xraybreaks
Big Pharmaa https://soundcloud.com/mr-chef
Sliceman https://soundcloud.com/sliceman-official
Wonkinson https://soundcloud.com/wonkinson
Dr Dunbar https://soundcloud.com/dr-dunbar
Duke Stone https://soundcloud.com/luke-stone-7
Brownstone https://soundcloud.com/bs23
8  General / The Forum / Re: Bass Kitchen UK Presents Utah Jazz - The Groove Therapy Tour - April - Timbuk2 on: April 05, 2013, 13:52:36
Tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight tonight!
9  General / The Forum / Re: Bass Kitchen UK Presents Utah Jazz - The Groove Therapy Tour - April - Timbuk2 on: March 11, 2013, 13:10:39
Here's what you can expect to hear Smiley

<a href="https://player.soundcloud.com/player.swf?url=http%3A%2F%2Fapi.soundcloud.com%2Ftracks%2F49657991" target="_blank">https://player.soundcloud.com/player.swf?url=http%3A%2F%2Fapi.soundcloud.com%2Ftracks%2F49657991</a>
10  General / The Forum / Bass Kitchen UK Presents Utah Jazz - The Groove Therapy Tour - April - Timbuk2 on: March 05, 2013, 11:41:31

Spring is almost upon us and with it the promise of those long sought after evenings in the beer garden or the waft of the barbeque on the evening breeze. We're proper feeling it here at Bass Kitchen UK headquarters and to kick that Spring feeling into gear we've got something quite special for you in April.

Touching down in Bristol is none other than the man like Utah Jazz and he's bringing the his newly launched Groove Therapy album with him. If Liquid V, Good Looking and Hospital Records is your bag then this is something you are not going to want to miss. But don't our word for it, check out these reviews:

Mixmag Drum & Bass June 2012 - ALBUM OF THE MONTH
Utah Jazz / Groove Therapy / Vintage Recordings

"One of the shining lights of the noughties' liquid-funk boom, Luke Wilson's much-envied library of rare soul samples continues to earn him legions of international fans and a unique perch in the d'n'b galaxy. True to his defiantly old-skool production ethic, album number three is awash with the dusky sax trills, lilting piano rolls and shuffling breaks that have become his smile-inducing signature - a trove of unvarnished rollers entirely devoid of mechanoid modern gloss or studio gimmicks. You'll also find sassy reggae-flecked funk ('The Warning' feat. David Boomah) and loping 150bpm breakbeat grooves ('Infinity'), but it's the tear-jerking brilliance of mournful piano gems like 'Loops for Days' that do it for us. Get those jazz-hands ready, people - summer has officially arrived. 9/10"

"Truly unique. Utah Jazz's burgeoning success is nothing short of remarkable. It's been two long years since the debut LP of the finest liquid funkster in the galaxy - and what a way to return..." (iDJ)

"Could Utah Jazz be the most underrated D&B producer out there? This unbelievable album certainly suggests so..." (DJ Mag)

"Experimental? Utah Jazz? Believe it – true to form, the world renowned party-rocking DJ is quite happy bucking all preconceptions as well as ignoring musical trends, and the results are his best work yet..." (iDJ)

"ALBUM OF THE WEEK. More emotion than a Bollywood film... Vintage has been painstakingly crafted, oozing finesse and attention to detail..." (The Metro)

"If the Drum & Bass scene’s upper reaches have a reputation for maintaining their rigid hierarchy with all the ruthless efficiency of a Stalinist accounting firm, then Utah Jazz is most certainly the kid who cracked the code..." (iDJ)

"X-amount of cast-iron jungle legends can’t be wrong – and they ain’t. When Utah Jazz waves his wand, D&B invariably swoons..." (iDJ Magazine)

"With his sublime debut album 'It's a Jazz Thing' out now on Liquid V, it's time to flip the script, and remind the pretenders who's really boss..." (DJ Mag)

"A remarkable composer... this is Drum & Bass royalty in the making..." (Knowledge)

"After 10 years of producing, ‘It's A Jazz Thing' is well worth the wait, showcasing Wilson's knack of excavating big riffs and hooks from 70's soul and funk, and melding them together in an uplifting dance floor soup. 4 out of 5..." (Mixmag)

"A dive into the inviting blue skies of summer, 'It's a Jazz Thing' takes the liquid funk template and submerges it in black-golden layers of '70s symphonic soul, equal parts Curtis Mayfield, Isaac Hayes, High Contrast and Calibre..." (DJ Mag)

"The most eagerly-anticipated debut album in years... Utah Jazz has got a rhythm, soul & vision all his own and the entire Drum & Bass world will soon be stepping to his beat..."  (K-Mag)

"An original and unique listening experience. If you don’t know about Utah Jazz yet, what exactly is your excuse?!..." (ATM)

We're a little bit excited to say the least. Alongside your usual BK residents we also have a selection of top notch DJs who will be bringing their own spectacular style and sound to Bristols longest running bass orientated night:

Snowflake_F, Esque, Mossis Chesnut and Butcher are all in attendance and we're looking forward to seeing what they'll bring to the table.

See you down the front!


Facebook Event Page: http://www.facebook.com/events/225273644278422/

11  General / The Forum / Re: Bass Kitchen presents JFB / TB2 / Friday 1st March on: February 20, 2013, 12:45:34

Not long now.

Photos from the Ed Solo gig: http://www.basskitchen.co.uk/ed-solo-february-2013/

 Two Thumbs
12  General / The Forum / Bass Kitchen presents JFB / TB2 / Friday 1st March on: February 04, 2013, 14:54:01

ERMAGHERD!!! After the road block February night we are pleased to be bringing fellow Brightonian and all round turntablist badman JFB to Bass Kitchen in March.
This man’s skills are legendary having picked up 2 UK DMC titles over the years as well as working on some truly impressive projects with Beardyman. A DJ who is just at home dropping bombs as he is beatjuggling so get ready to expect the unexpected!

If that’s not enough we are letting loose the Funk From the Trunk crew on room 2. Quite possibly the hardest working crew in Bristol, if you have been out in Bristol over the last 5 years and not heard one of FFTT boys play you have been doing something very wrong!

So join us from 11PM on Friday 1st March at TB2 on Small Street in Bristol for the next exciting instalment of Bass Kitchen!



£5 Adv/ MOTD

Tickets available from

Bristol Ticket Shop: 0117 929 9008

TB2, 22 Small Street Bristol, Avon BS1 1DW
13  General / The Forum / Re: How to set up my own party/gig night on: January 11, 2013, 14:47:14
Amyl Nitrate.
14  General / The Forum / Bass Kitchen presents Ed Solo / TB2 / Friday 1st February on: January 10, 2013, 10:56:27

That's it, Christmas and New Years are done and dusted. Routines are well and truly established and it's time to get back to business. February marks the return of the man like Ed Solo to Bass Kitchen. We've had Ed down a few times now which can only be a testament as to how much the man rocks the shit out the place every time he plays. No doubt we'll see him grace our dance floor again in the near future.

So join us from 11PM on Friday 1st February at TB2 on Small Street in Bristol for what promises to be a goddamn motherfunkin' right proper rave up.



15  General / The Forum / Re: Bass KItchen presents KRAYMON @ Timbuk2 Friday 4 Jan 2012 on: December 21, 2012, 11:23:15
16  General / The Forum / Re: Share your Mixes and Music (Hijack Bristol Soundcloud group) MAKE THIS A STICKY! on: December 17, 2012, 14:55:07

Have just added my Breaks Rave-o-tronic mix.
17  General / The Forum / Market at The Moon - Bottom of Stokes Croft - Saturday 15th December on: December 15, 2012, 09:25:17

My girlfriend is down at The Full Moon from midday today selling her amazing cakes. If you're down that way pop in say hello. This is the kind of stuff she does:


They are pretty awesome.

// SAT 1st // SAT 8th // SAT 15th // SAT 22nd //

The Market continues! We'll be celebrating the works of loads more artists and local traders every Saturday in December. In the run up to Christmas this year we're going to have all sorts of extra activities and entertainment to keep you smiling and warm in the inevitable chills.

Hot drinks, hot food, hot trade and hot art.
Keep an eye on here and our other sites to keep up to date with new artists and set times for our bands, films and performances.

Invite your friends! We are new to the web and don't have nearly enough contacts yet Smiley


Map to The Moon: http://goo.gl/maps/HAO5F
18  Food for your Ears / Hijackers' Tunes and Mixes / Moifs November 2012 Breaks Mix on: December 13, 2012, 13:28:48

I done did a new mix. Only problem is, I forgot to take a tracklist so your guess is as good as mine. What I can tell you is that there’s some Colombo, Mafia Kiss, Aggresivnes, Under Break, Electric Soulside and Bartdon in there. There might even be some Dylan Rhymes, Meat Katie, Wardian, Kuplay and Kid Panel. But again, your guess is as good as mine. They’re all relatively new tunes though, released in the past 3 months or so and they’re all top tunes. That much I can tell you.


Wardian – Standard Deluxe
Journeyman & Barrcode – Broken Chord (Seth Vogt Remix)
Columbo – Deja Vu (Original Mix)
Electric Soulside – Barbarella (Mafia Kiss Remix)
Freak Da Bass – Out Of Future
Electric Soulside – (Original Mix)
Aggresivnes – My Course
Quadrat Beat – Good Life (Breaksmafia Remix)
Fletric – Plasma Funk (Blazer Remix)
Kid Panel – Beat Goes (Original Mix)
Quadrat Beat – Good Life (Aggresivenes Remix)
Colombo – Sediments (Originam Mix)
Utku S. – Big Fat Bass (Dylan Rhymes Remix)
Under Break – Monkey Suicide (Bartdon Remix)
Electric Soulside – Predator Clan (Original Mix)
Colombo – Rusty Cutter (Original Mix)
Wardian – Stresshhold (Original Mix)

Direct download below (right click, save as) or grab it from Soundcloud if you’re that way inclined:

<a href="https://player.soundcloud.com/player.swf?url=http%3A%2F%2Fapi.soundcloud.com%2Ftracks%2F71081041" target="_blank">https://player.soundcloud.com/player.swf?url=http%3A%2F%2Fapi.soundcloud.com%2Ftracks%2F71081041</a>

Download here
19  General / The Forum / Re: Drunk on a school night on: December 07, 2012, 11:52:07
Bacon + Berocca =  Two Thumbs
20  General / The Forum / Re: BassKitchen presents A.Skillz - Friday December 7th - TB2 on: December 05, 2012, 13:50:02
TWO DAYS TO GO. I know we've mentioned it before but it is HIGHLY advised you buy tickets to guarantee entry.

All the details can be found here: http://goo.gl/lOi6L

 Two Thumbs
21  General / The Forum / Re: BassKitchen presents A.Skillz - Friday December 7th - TB2 on: November 21, 2012, 16:01:49
Fly got the date wrong in the other thread.  Laugh

This here be the right one.
22  General / The Exchange / Traktor Scratch Duo 2 on: November 19, 2012, 13:36:42

We have here a used Traktor Scratch Duo 2 complete setup with 2 additional Traktor 2.1 Control Vinyls. Please be aware that one of the 2.1 Control Vinyl has a slight warp in it. I bought them new but left them on my 1210's near the window with the lid and it warped it a bit. You'll probably need to buy a new one. However, the original pre 2.1 Control Vinyls work perfectly.

Also please be aware that there is no software included. However, if the winner has a PC then they should get in touch as that is a problem that we can very easily resolve. As you can see from the photos you get the Audio 6 and all the cables that come with.
23  General / The Forum / Re: Bass Kitchen presents Foamo. Friday 2nd November. TB2, Bristol. on: November 07, 2012, 14:58:47
Photos are up: http://www.basskitchen.co.uk/?page_id=845

24  General / The Forum / BassKitchen presents A.Skillz - Friday December 7th - TB2 on: November 04, 2012, 11:47:15

We've had some truly amazing DJs down to grace the decks at Timbuk2 and we're looking forward to inviting more of same next year.

But we're not quite done yet.

On December 7th we none other than the man like A.Skillz in attendance. There's not really much to say about how awesome this is going to be, if you know about A.Skillz then we're going to be going over old ground. But for those of you who need a refresher, here we go:

"He has worked across the UK at FabricLive, Spectrum, Chew The Fat, Supercharged, The Boutique and Sugarbeat as well as gigs around the world at major events, festivals and music industry parties such as The Hit Factory (New York), WMC (Miami) and Field Day (Sydney).

In 2003, A.Skillz released his debut album TrickaTechnology alongside Finger Lickin's Krafty Kuts. The album was a nod towards musical influences like De La Soul, James Brown and Jurassic 5, enlisting artists including Kurtis Blow, Real Elements and Ashley Slater.

February 2004 saw A.Skillz and Krafty Kuts team up on the TrickaTechnology Tour with live MCs from the album playing shows all over the UK. The duo then played at Glastonbury Festival, Pacha (Ibiza) and a live session for Steve Lamacq on BBC Radio 1.

In October 2004, A.Skillz then embarked on his first solo tour of Australia which saw him play to sell out crowds in all major capital cities, gaining new fans and respect from fellow DJs along the way. He followed this by extensive gigs in the UK and a busy studio schedule producing music for Channel 4 (Talk Back), Renault (TV advert) and Sony PlayStation (Gran Turismo 4).

A.Skillz kicked off 2005 in January with a mini-mix for Annie Mac that was later voted best mini-mix of the year by Radio 1 listeners, beating industry heavyweights such as Basement Jaxx, Mylo and Scratch Perverts.[citation needed] He followed this with a series of remixes including The Fort Knox Five and a re-rub of his own track "Simple Things". Highlight gigs last year included 10:15 (San Francisco), Snow Bombing (Austria), Mystery Lands Festival (Amsterdam), Homelands (UK), and Live 8 After Show Party (London).

A.Skillz was awarded with the title 'Best DJ' in February 2012 at the Breakspoll International Breakbeat Awards. The awards were hosted at Cable in London. A.Skillz also picked up the award for 'Best Free Track'."

We've also got some of Bristol's finest back for more BK duty in Room 2 mixing it up with the BK residents: Esque, Trufflehunter, Paradigm and Ferryman.

As usual the shenanigans commence at 11PM sharp. This will be a sell out night so you are STRONGLY ENCOURAGED to purchase your tickets in advance from Bristol Ticket Shop:

http://www.bristolticketshop.co.uk/ or call them on 0117 929 9008

Scores on the doors are £7 in advance or £8 on the night.

See you down the front. Bring spare pants.

25  General / The Forum / Re: Spam today on: November 01, 2012, 12:37:32
I use SMF for the Brap forums and I have this: http://custom.simplemachines.org/mods/index.php?mod=1547 and this: http://custom.simplemachines.org/mods/index.php?mod=1044 - both work a treat.
26  General / The Forum / Re: What to get girls for xmas on: October 31, 2012, 15:50:07
There's here as well:

27  General / The Forum / Re: The Best Sweets? on: October 25, 2012, 11:01:38
28  General / The Forum / Re: Bass Kitchen presents Foamo. Friday 2nd November. TB2, Bristol. on: October 23, 2012, 12:07:55
Good luck chaps! We have him down on the 26th - hoping for big sounds!

Nice one, I'm hearing from various other promoters that Foamo has blown the place apart when he's played. Looking forward to this Smiley
29  General / The Forum / Re: good luck pisslexic on: October 19, 2012, 11:06:46

30  General / The Forum / Re: good luck pisslexic on: October 19, 2012, 10:52:57
Wear a jaunty hat.  Two Thumbs
31  General / The Forum / Re: Room for rent in lovely house on: October 17, 2012, 17:58:21
A certain guy_the_rev might be interested in this. I've forwarded this on to him, he's a thoroughly nice chap (really).
32  General / The Forum / Re: TV Shows 2012-13 on: October 16, 2012, 14:58:43
Bobs Burgers.
33  General / The Forum / Re: TV Shows 2012-13 on: October 16, 2012, 14:30:24
Parks and Recreation is another good one.
34  General / The Forum / Re: TV Shows 2012-13 on: October 16, 2012, 12:41:12
Just the usual really. Walking Dead, Homeland, 30 Rock, Fringe etc etc.
35  General / The Forum / Re: bs3 virgin media - ferked this morning on: October 16, 2012, 12:40:18
Is BT Infinity not available in BS3 yet?
36  General / The Forum / Re: bs3 virgin media - ferked this morning on: October 15, 2012, 12:26:32
BS7 is Ashley Down / Muller Road area. Served by the Eastville exchange: http://www.samknows.com/broadband/exchange/SSEAV
BS3 is Bedminster I think? Served by this Exchange: http://www.samknows.com/broadband/exchange/SSBED

Bristol on the whole has terrible Virgin coverage.
37  General / The Forum / Re: bs3 virgin media - ferked this morning on: October 15, 2012, 12:19:19
Read all about it:


Cancel your Virgin.
38  General / The Forum / Bass Kitchen presents Foamo. Friday 2nd November. TB2, Bristol. on: October 10, 2012, 10:03:50

We're massively proud to be able to bring you the man like Foamo to Bass Kitchen in November. If big beats and equally as massive basslines are your thing then you will undoubtedly want to be there.

"Foamo aka Kye Gibbon has already established himself as one of the best producers to come out of the UK in recent years. It’s not often that talent comes rising through the ranks fully formed, undiluted, and with as much potential as Foamo has done. Countless comparisons have been made between him and some of the very finest and he's gained the support of DJs including Diplo, Armand Van Helden and Rob Da Bank. Not bad for a boy from High Wycombe.

Known not only for the depth and quality of his engineering skills (never mind the huge basslines!) but also as a respected DJ, 2009 has seen him tour America and Australia, play to festival-goers across the globe and earn an exclusive residency at Chew the Fat! in the UK and at Space in Ibiza.

One of the next generation of dance music's elite Kye was raised on a healthy diet of drum & bass, grime and garage, but it was through listening to Kissy Sell Out on Radio One that he was introduced to the more house-orientated sound that gave rise to his bass heavy 4/4 productions.

After the success of his first single 'Moving It Over Here' gained him international exposure his recent productions, including some huge La Roux bootlegs, remixes for Diplo & Laidback Luke and Dub Pistols, and 'It's Going Down', his ridiculously heavy collaboration with Lee Mortimer, have been supported by everyone from Annie Mac to DJ Zinc."

- Resident Advisor

Also gracing us with their behemoth like presence will be none other than the long running bass driven Internet radio station, Brap.FM. Representing Brap in Room 2 will be POoK, Kez n Becks, 1UP and Ursamal. It has been decreed up and down the land that there ain't no party like a Brap.FM party - it's safe to say that you're in for a bit of a treat.

And as usual the Bass Kitchen crew will be there to help you along the way. Expect nothing short of massive tunes from DJ Fly, HiHat, JDO, P.O.D.G.E, Wobbling Wookie and Moif.

Tickets are £5 in advance from Bristol Ticket Office and £6 on the door. Get down early to avoid disappointment.

Friendface Event: http://www.facebook.com/events/463531300357948/
39  General / The Forum / Re: Deekline @ Bass Kitchen, TB2, Bristol (Friday 5 October) on: October 04, 2012, 14:49:02
Are we there yet?
40  General / The Forum / Re: Brisfest Afterparty @ The Ashton Court Mansion 22nd Sept on: September 15, 2012, 11:59:48
Will be repping BK with the man like Wobbling Wookie.  Slayer
41  General / The Forum / Re: Iphone 4S or Galaxy S3? on: September 04, 2012, 18:28:14

42  General / The Forum / Re: Dress To Impress on: September 02, 2012, 08:17:47
Ninja outfit. In white.
43  General / The Forum / Re: DJ Needed to play on Saturday night, 10-2 £90 @ Hermanos Cafe Bar, any takers? on: August 26, 2012, 13:42:31
I'd be up for this if your still looking

I can play from hip hop/soul/funk/disco/boogie through to more dance orientated type stuff

Couple of mixes as an example


plus tons of my radio shows on that site.

Book this man. You won't regret it.
44  General / The Forum / Bass Kitchen presents Deekline - Friday October 5th - TB2 on: August 22, 2012, 18:31:25

Deekline is that rare figure in dance music, the seminal producer who balances the cutting edge and the mainstream with effortless flair. Up there with the busiest artists in the scene, Deekline splits his time between regular worldwide DJ tours, relentless production work and overseeing the six record labels he heads up; Sludge, Hot Cakes, Jungle Cakes, Booty Breaks, Rat Records and Giant Pussy Records, all of which work tirelessly to propel street level artists into the forefront of the electronic music scene.

..and he's playing at Bass Kitchen on October 5th!

Also joining the regular Bass Kitchen crew will be the one and only 5 Dollar Shake; Wonkinson, Sliceman b2b X-Ray Ted, Boundski, Martin Birdman, Chops & Dr Dunbar all in effect and ready to raise the roof of TB2.

So join us on Friday October 5th at 11PM at Bristol's TB2 on Small Street. Door damage is £6 in advance from Bristol Ticket Shop and more on the door.


Spread the word, tell your friends: http://www.facebook.com/events/450020051705371/
45  General / The Forum / Re: Healthy Living on: August 21, 2012, 19:31:46
I'm doing a 1600 or less a day calorie intake thing. Planning to take up some form of regular exercise this week. Horfield Leisure Centre does a monthly swim only membership for £25 a month and I've got to get some road tyres for my MTB which I'll be using whilst I save up for a road bike.

Eating loads of salads, protein type things and cutting out as much sugar as possible. Going well so far. Even this weekends See No Evil adventures didn't tip me over the top too much.
46  Food for your Ears / Hijackers' Tunes and Mixes / 'Ouse Mix on: August 17, 2012, 12:04:40

Alexander Fog – Check This Out (Original Mix)
Fullhouse – Move On (Original Mix)
Leftwing, Kody – Feel So Free (Original Mix)
Luigi Rocca Vs. Piatto – Higher Feeling (Original Mix)
Julio Bashmore – Au Seve (Original Mix)
Umek, Mike Vale – Chosen (Original Mix)
DJ Chus & D-Unity – Burn In Hell
Dirty Loud – Disco Records (Glitter Remix)
Labtracks – Robotic Love (Emil Gallier Remix)
Angel Sanchez Feat. Belinda & Aurora Cati – Cashanova (Original Mix)
Dave Rose, DJ Deka – You Better (Original Mix)
Kiko – Beem (Original Mix)
Scandal – Just Let Me Dance (Maxxi Soundsystem Remix)
Tone Depth & Anthony Attalla – Lionel Cookie

 Tomato Slayer!
47  General / The Forum / Re: Healthy Living on: August 17, 2012, 10:29:20
how many calories in a whiskey?


48  General / The Forum / Re: Healthy Living on: August 17, 2012, 09:49:37
Realised I'm a sedimentary fatso a couple of days ago. I work in IT, sit down all day and do pretty much the same when I get home. I'm two stone overweight and bordering on obese. So I'm making moves to shift some excess.

It's pretty simple really, be more active and eat less shit. I'm buying a road bike next week and am watching what I eat. The plan is to drop 2lbs a week for 3 months. It's interesting to take notice of what's in food, for example a pint of cider is 250 kcal on average. I thought it would be more.
49  General / The Forum / Re: Venues for hire on: August 10, 2012, 10:53:53
The Exchange.
50  Food for your Ears / Hijackers' Tunes and Mixes / August 2012 DNB Mix on: August 07, 2012, 10:43:08

Spor – Aztec
Sub Focus – Out The Blue (Club Mix)
Ian Carey Project – Get Shaky (Matrix & Futurebound Nip & Tuck Remix)
Seven Lions Ft. Shaz Sparks – Below Us (Smooth’s DNB Remix)
Sigma – All Blue (Original Mix)
Culture Shock – Troglodyte (Original Mix)
Delta Heavy – Minus (Original Mix)
Placid – Particles
Zero Method – Atomizer
Chris SU, Trei – Pocket Dial (Original Mix)
Netsky – Everyday (Original Mix)
Sub Focus – Follow The Light (Original Mix)
Ms Dynamite – Neva Soft (Nu:Tone Remix)
Rebel Mc & Top Cat – Champion DJ (Serial Killaz Vip Remix)
Benny Page – Know Fi Move Your Waist
DJ SS – Lighter (Bladerunner 2012 Remix)
Delano – Big Bad & Heavy (Serial Killaz Remix)
Cause4Concern – Never Acid Again (Neonlight Remix)


 OMG Death Star!!!11
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