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1  General / The Forum / Re: trying to identify a tune - possibly by Tricky on: September 18, 2010, 11:25:03
cheers that's the one I was looking for , I'm gonna say i was zooted & drunk that's how I mistook Maxi Jazz for Tricky  normally I be dead on identification
2  General / The Forum / trying to identify a tune - possibly by Tricky on: September 18, 2010, 11:01:36
it sounded alot like Tricky singing  , was a dubby trip hop sound and had the lyrics "money in my pocket but I just can't find ( possibly get) no love.

what is it ? anyone know
3  General / The Forum / Re: need 320mp3 preferably wav of 2 tunes .TY - rain & Laid Blak - red (burnin) on: July 28, 2010, 11:25:02
yes I literally don't have 1.50  and I don't have a bank account ...  moneyless man flex

I don't know them personally but I'm sure I'll bump into them sooner or later.

chill homez
4  General / The Forum / need 320mp3 preferably wav of 2 tunes .TY - rain & Laid Blak - red (burnin) on: July 28, 2010, 10:59:35
can someone upload them for me please or email them to me.



I don't have any to pay for them, but will repay the artists in person when I see them.

need them for my new mix cd.

5  General / The Forum / who wants to teach me how to use Ableton live 7 on: July 25, 2010, 13:18:27
I know there's loads of tutorials on youtube,  but I was hoping one of you kind people would be able to give me a lesson on the basics to get me started.

I live on Cheltenham road so can travel to anywhere in Bristol.

or link me to some easy to understand videos that I can download.

it's my first time trying to make beats or put together a live set.


thank you
6  General / The Forum / Re: The Running Punch.Music Club....Publish or Perish on: July 11, 2010, 13:13:32
tell Bukioe to get himself over to Bristol , I want him to do some drawing on my walls ,

7  General / The Forum / Re: anyone got a puppy for sale (preferably free) on: July 08, 2010, 14:44:58
Yes she's good at bikeage.
What's with the face Tekton?

Wasn't there some people banging on abot a 'shifty man' hanging arond leigh woods with a load of dogs?  Standard hijack jibe.

Met your dog, shes lovely.

I've seen that guy with like 10 dogs down Leigh woods way , I was gonna ask for one of the pups but I had my friends dog with me and his pups started swarming the dog I had with me , they were like gremlims on attack ,so I had to walk away while he called the little monsters back. dude looks like wild man of the woods (not that there's anything wrong with that)
8  General / The Forum / Re: anyone got a puppy for sale (preferably free) on: July 07, 2010, 13:28:20
yes Justin I'll walk your dog, how is she following behind a bike as I take trips out to Leigh woods fairly often.
9  General / The Forum / Re: anyone got a puppy for sale (preferably free) on: July 07, 2010, 13:03:03
Looking after one at the moment, getting on my tits a bit lol, maybe you could have it

yeah maybe , I'll walk it for you if you want . I'm going to walk the dogs from the rescue centre near temple meads but I gotta hitch back to my old home near Reading to collect my passport so I can take the dogs out for walk.

cheers for the link to that hollyhedge place.

10  General / The Forum / Re: anyone got a puppy for sale (preferably free) on: July 06, 2010, 16:51:40
11  General / The Forum / anyone got a puppy for sale (preferably free) on: July 06, 2010, 16:16:51
myself and my lady type are looking to get a puppy  asap ...anyone got one or know of any ready to be homed soon ? please get in contact.

12  General / The Forum / DJ's & BANDS needed for this friday night 14th on: May 11, 2010, 16:41:34
get at me on here or even better email   bristolecovillage@gmail.com

it's a 3 room free party fundraiser for the Bristol Eco Village Project  there's already about 60 confirmed guests on the facebook event invite and I'm sure alot more than that will be coming.

13  General / The Exchange / fairtrade/organic T's sale- limited edition 100 features Promoe / Yarah Bravo on: May 11, 2010, 15:41:31
get them here


14  General / The Forum / Bristol Eco Village Project - what is it + fundraiser friday 14th - 3 rooms on: May 10, 2010, 11:06:47
disclaimer -I'm quite scatty & my writing skills are some what lacking please excuse this (anything that you don't understand that I've written please ask me to clarify if you are interested) thank you....

the B.E.V.P. is as I see it a group of individuals from across the country from allsorts of backgrounds with a wide range of skills , ideals & views that have come together as we share beliefs about how we can utilise and rejuvenate wasted and or neglected pieces of land and transform the space into a safe productive place for ourselves the local and wider community to enjoy.

this is achieved by cleaning up the mess that has been left by fly tipping / rubbish that was never disposed of properly by the previous users of the land, once the land has been cleaned and made safe of dangerous objects like broken glass, sharp rusty metal edges and sometimes hypodermic needles , we can then sit down as a group to decide the layout we desire & start to build.

we plan to build as many raised beds as possible & greenhouses to grow every type of vegetation possible in this climate for food and medicine and any other uses possible. we also plan to build structures for us to live in out of locally sourced consumer waste & natural materials such as hazelnut tree bender poles and also things like clay , sand and hay for cob walls, earth ovens etc. the space will also be a place for artists to express themselves through painting , sculpture , music ,poetry, theatre and any other way that brings happiness and togetherness to the people who experience it.

another element to the project is being off grid collecting rain water and filling up water containers from local springs , generating our own electricity using cycle powered generators , hand build wind turbines and solar power ( not that we need electricity really but in the transitional stage between modern living and a return to primitivism it is useful to be able to charge up a laptop/mobile phone on site) there is a focus on self sufficentsy , sustainableness , freeganism , acceptance , diversity equality (no leaders) and respectfullness.

the site is open to all who wish to visit just to look or get involved and the gates are usually open from 9 am till the sun goes down everyday. there is a no drink & drugs policy that we ask everyone to respect and adhere to, the reason this is in place is because we do not want people to assume because we are technically squatting that the site can be used for partying anytime at all. we also have a no amplified sound policy as we don't want people to think they can turn up with a sound system and have a party which could and probably would annoying local residents who we would like to interact with and be completely respectful to as it's their land to enjoy as much as it is ours.

I personally don't like labels as they can potentially carry negative preconceptions when some people hear them, but the label I will attach to the project is co-operative green grass roots activism..

I feel our aim is to reach 100% self sufficentsy and no longer have to rely on water companies, skip food and donations from green companies with ethical trading policies. so it's all about community, re use , recycle & reduce escaping the consumerist money based system replacing it with a more ethically sound alternative in an urban environment showing it can be done.

I threw myself into this and it's been the best decision I've ever made , come join the fun. the first things that get built on site are a composting toilet and a communal shelter area for meetings/storage and food preparation, we live in tents until we can build our own personal shelters which will be moveable so when we have to leave the site because we are evicted by the owner or the owner is about to develop the land we can load our personal living spaces onto a lorry and take them to the next site and start again.

we hope to network and form strong partnerships with likeminded organisations and help each other out however possible.

that's about it for now.

anything I've left out Huh??

&     http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=117279998305972&ref=ts
15  General / The Forum / Re: a monumental frontline project coming to Bristol soon.. on: April 13, 2010, 09:37:33
I hope this is better thought through than it appears to be because like Steve says, the motives seem positive if a little naive.

However, I suspect it will be a party site for loads of ketamised trustafarians for a few days, being a real pain for anyone who lives anywhere near by, before being deserted and left in a complete state.
Hope you prove me wrong.  Two Thumbs

I can assure you we are going to be respectful to the upmost to the local community and the site has a strict no drink & drugs policy that all the site residents will stick to and enforce using clear communication to any visitors.

the site is currently in a state and will be transformed into a very beautiful space.

in response to the kew bridge video and washing machine comment after she said that she went on to explain how the site are working ongetting there own washing machine set up  but obviously it's editted and wanted to give out the impression that they are slightly half sesh with what they are doing.

the Bristol project has learned from Kew and are aiming alot bigger alot quicker.

I'm going to be the oldest person on the site living there full time from day 1 and I'm 28 and have lived a very varied life having friends from all across society from all the class divides from very poor  by this countries standards working class all the way to very wealthy upper class people , so I think I'm able to deal with most walks of life.

stay good people

there's a link to our formspringme questions & answers page somewhere back in posts on this thread if you genuinely want to ask questions  otherwize  just watch it unfold.

and who says we are genuinely going to meet at the hippodrome Huh ever consider that might be a missleading bit of info for the police  ; )
16  General / The Forum / Re: a monumental frontline project coming to Bristol soon.. on: April 13, 2010, 09:25:07
this line on the Facebook page kind of set me off: "how are we supposed to show them that another world is possible..."

Ha! I didn't spot that... That kind of attitude REALLY fucks me off  Laugh

I want to point out that statement was not written by me...   and I don't quite understand what it's trying to say , I'll have a word with the crew member who wrote it.
17  General / The Forum / Re: a monumental frontline project coming to Bristol soon.. on: April 12, 2010, 18:30:34
safe peoples  , typowriter I recognize your name you're probably friend of a friend of mine of facebook is that name is in your name on fb  unless I'm totally mistaken, I def recognize the name occasional cinema ..

18  General / The Forum / Re: a monumental frontline project coming to Bristol soon.. on: April 12, 2010, 18:14:25
i more than appreciate the simple smal things in life hence I'm striving for a simple existance.

yes I know Dan    but know the rest of the band alot better as they all come from Reading/guildford originally , I'm from Reading, I would have liked to have set up an eco village there and maybe will day but since I lived in Bath last summer I became very fond of the south west and have some great friends in the area.

THE DROP are awesome !!!  I really hope they make it over to the site to play..
19  General / The Forum / Re: a monumental frontline project coming to Bristol soon.. on: April 12, 2010, 17:20:30
When will you all realise that life is a never ending series of bitter disappointments...

who is that aimed @  ??
20  General / The Forum / Re: a monumental frontline project coming to Bristol soon.. on: April 12, 2010, 17:03:18
also I've met some of the people who were involved in the TESCO squat and they did come across quite childish and way to into it for the it's our duty to make a stand type reasons even though they never stood a chance of beating the bailiffs.

I'm glad it's been noticed that our project is a million miles away from that tesco incident and we hope to get through to some of those activist types and see if they will change their ways to a more productive way of spending their energy.

if not they can carry on with their smash the system type campaighn and carry on getting smashed themselves by people paid to deal with them . no loss to us , can lead a horse to water but you can not make it drink as the saying goes..
21  General / The Forum / Re: a monumental frontline project coming to Bristol soon.. on: April 12, 2010, 16:56:55
cheers Ewan. I owe ya a pint  Smiley

I once wanted a nice flat to live in and make music but I found this project and decided it would be far more fun & challenging and ultimately far more rewarding in a high you get from doing the right thing kinda way, if i want to make beats or lay down vocals I can just go to one of my mates studios for a week/end with loads of sounds I record on the site from all the various instrument players who come and visit.

hey Dan Alive  what makes you an expert or qualified in any way to predict the future growth of the project ??

your opinion is as valid as mine , no more no less , it's just an opinion
22  General / The Forum / Re: a monumental frontline project coming to Bristol soon.. on: April 12, 2010, 16:21:07
when I start a thread about the project on any forum no matter what type of forum it is ,there's always a few that give it the well without the system around it this wouldn't be possible , yes correct stating the obvious and assuming or acting like we are saying otherwise, there will be a point where we become 100% self sufficent or as close to it as possible  all depending on what type of skilled people decide to move onto the land.

are we stealing the land or simply occupying it and making good use of it UNTILL someone is given permission to develop it OR one of these rich people out there that talks the I care about the enviroment talk  decides to buy the land and make the project legit with all the insurance, paperwork etc etc.

the proof will be there for all to see and visit give it a month for us to get set up nicely and I'll keep dropping links to new websites covering the project into this thread.
23  General / The Forum / Re: a monumental frontline project coming to Bristol soon.. on: April 12, 2010, 15:44:40
all fun & games innit . see ya around
24  General / The Forum / Re: a monumental frontline project coming to Bristol soon.. on: April 12, 2010, 15:33:46
I am most definitely not a youghart weaver , poi spinning went to India type , worked from the day I left school at 16 took my time to study philosophy and how society is run or missmanaged - the accepted level of oppression that we are expected to accept with the we should be greatful that bullets aren't flying past our heads sort of mentallity, I have been inspired by righteous reggae singers and hip hop artists and have personally decided to act upon my beliefs.
I am not here to judge people for being different from me.

the Eco village isn't being set up to fight against a system , it's set up to create a alternative rather than whinge about the current state of things.

I'm sure you are all capable of making up your own minds but remember that your perspective has been influenced since birth by the media directly or indirectly - the media work for those that rule the country so allways have an agenda. maybe question why you think negativity against our project ? what is the root of that thought?

we aren't that different from you , just have decided to do something different with our lives than work paying taxes to a government that go and steal resources from far away places while wrecking it's land and killing innocent civilians in the process..

stay good people.
25  General / The Forum / Re: a monumental frontline project coming to Bristol soon.. on: April 12, 2010, 15:05:02
I see the last 25 years worth of media onslaught against the movement labelled as counter culture has certainly worked on you lot.
ever try looking at things from a different perspective ? try it sometime you never know you might gain something.

26  General / The Forum / Re: a monumental frontline project coming to Bristol soon.. on: April 12, 2010, 12:28:21
OI OIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII   any thoughts on this , we start on saturday and should have my friends the reggae band   THE DROP coming over to the site after they've done their thing at the old fire station to do an acoustic set at the eco village...
27  General / The Forum / Re: >>> Its Back!!! >>> Subloaded vs Teachings In Dub!!!<<< New Pinch Mix Inside on: April 06, 2010, 23:11:40
this is huge.. I'm gonna try to make this 1
28  General / The Forum / Re: Grime Monster in FHM's High Street Honeys needs your votes! on: April 06, 2010, 10:12:55
ok I voted for ya coz you asked so nicely & I didn't even look at the other entrys.
29  General / The Forum / a monumental frontline project coming to Bristol soon.. on: April 02, 2010, 16:53:08


there will be acoustic gigs there once a month  but no amplified sound apart from my ghettoblaster (wich allways pumps out the finest tunes)

I'll be getting some of the finest bands , poets etc from all across the country to play.

all gigs will be free  only thing required is you bring good vibes and spread the word as much as possible
30  General / The Forum / Re: Skitz ft. Rodney P & Buggsy - Video on: April 01, 2010, 15:47:15
you can get the clean version of the buggsy tune as a full length free download if you follow the link on daddy Skitz's twitter

both tunes are fire ,some of my mates are involved in the mastering of the lp and have remixed struggla allready for the remicksman cd that comes out with the lp.

31  General / The Forum / Re: Mos Def live in Bristol 14/4 @ The Academy! on: March 31, 2010, 18:19:43
considered it as I'm moving to Bristol that day then saw 25 and thought fuck that shit . payed 11 for Brother Ali at croft no way is mos def worth 25... have fun those of you who go
32  General / The Forum / Re: Brother Ali supported by Blacksmith w/DJ Neek @ The Croft Tonight!! on: March 16, 2010, 14:16:10
got my ticket .. me and a lady friend are reaching this from Reading .. been bumping all of Bro Ali's lp's over the last 2 weeks..
33  Food for your Ears / Hijackers' Tunes and Mixes / Re: new roots & culture mixtape: *give thanks in dub* dj kaleb january 2010 on: February 03, 2010, 14:25:56
thank you bless UP
34  Food for your Ears / Hijackers' Tunes and Mixes / Re: a DREADHOPBOOMBOXSYMPHONY mix > soundcloud player on: February 03, 2010, 14:20:21

for some unknown reason soundcloud has cut off the last 16 minutes of audio off..


 can someone tell me how to attach a soundcloud player as my signature Huh?
35  Food for your Ears / Hijackers' Tunes and Mixes / a DREADHOPBOOMBOXSYMPHONY mix > soundcloud player on: January 13, 2010, 19:04:22
recorded @ momt studios, using Ableton Live on 05/01/10 & co-produced by Quarter sized .

limited edition of 100 hand numbered cd version will be on sale for 3 each contact dabadan@beatfeast.com  if you'd like a hard copy (some people still do)

http://www24.zippyshare.com/v/19157816/file.html   (I'm sorting it out on soundcloud today)

1- burial -gutted
2- twinkle brothers - since I threw the comb away
3- blockhead - the strain
4- jahtari riddim force - enchantier
5- roots manuva - strange behaivour
6- ed west & toxin - ghetto yute
7- burning spear - black wadada
8- ghost - the day after
9- beats antique feat lynx & janover - she's looking for something
10- chords feat ranto boko - knockin on my door
11- kidkanevil - yuki's hometown hifi
12- disrupt - samuri showdown
13- paul white - wait for me
14- beat3 - peace sometimes
15- aesop rock - tomorrow morning
16- el-p - dirtier than thou
17- promoe - do fit haffe fit
18- gift of gab feat del the funky homosapien & Brother Ali - dreamin
19- chukki star - one day(my time shall come)
20- edit - ants
21- yarah bravo - you are yours
22- paul white - the dragon fly
23- aku fen - don't joke with your life
24 - xzibit - at the speed of life

if you like it spread it around please.

36  General / The Forum / glad to find this forum on: January 13, 2010, 11:21:54
Hi my name is Daniel I come from Reading and most people know me as dabadan, I've been spinning tunes as a selecter for people since about 2001 I started out with hip hop and over the years have branched out with electronica and reggae dub sounds.

I lived in Bath on a boat for about 6 months of summer last year so was quite near to Bristol and know the place has a great music vibe + I have friends who live in Bristol.

while in Bath I was involved in throwing a few reggae/dub (& abit of hip hop) free parties in the woods canalside or off my mates boats roof - he has a big old wide beam , dope soundsystem and many years of reggae,roots ,dub selecting under his belt- ItAl the CoOperator.

me & ItAl will be running more of these parties and are looking to build some nice big shelters in the woods so the weather won't affect the party.
I will come on here and invite everyone when they happen.

went to st Pauls carnival last year for the second time and had a great time(Negus moledy sound system smashing it) brilliant carnival .

I looks like I may be moving over to Bath again soon to get involved in political activism stuff living in a squatted church that is run as a community social centre and run allsorts of free activities, meetings and other such good things.

party there this saturday - CHURCH OF DUB -   http://www.facebook.com/home.php#/event.php?eid=245022839209&index=1
here's the link to my myspace page  www.myspace.com/dabadanthe808s   if you want to go and check out my 2 mixes that are free to download , laid back lefty hip hop dub and electronica wich have both recieved very good reviews.

I've also had a dj night residency for 2 years now and am booked for the whole of this year, every 3rd friday in a venue called the global cafe in Reading with my crew of 4 other dj's.
this year is going to be BIG !

looking forward to sharing views , music , art and communicating with the Bristol scene and anyone else on here from where ever.

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