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 on: November 12, 2015, 15:39:16 
Started by Silly TiNg tAnG - Last post by taking pictures of the eclipse
Write a strongly worded email to IT.

please post replies.

 on: November 12, 2015, 09:57:40 
Started by Silly TiNg tAnG - Last post by Silly TiNg tAnG
Hi guys I have just arrived at work today to realise my computer had been updated and my soundcloud and facebook cant show up.

Any one has a easy solution to this problem ?

many thx !

 on: November 12, 2015, 00:16:03 
Started by Bonita Applebum - Last post by Bonita Applebum
Hey Hijackers,

Just wondered if anyone could recommend anywhere I could use for a long term let that could be used as studio space. It needs to be accessible 24hours. Anywhere in Bristol is fine.


 on: November 11, 2015, 23:52:12 
Started by missionkympossible - Last post by missionkympossible

 on: November 11, 2015, 10:40:33 
Started by Teletraan1 - Last post by Teletraan1
Will anyone but spams eve read!

 on: November 11, 2015, 10:38:45 
Started by Teletraan1 - Last post by Teletraan1
'This is a test of the hijack 'who's left alive emergency broadcast system'

Hey jack , I'm looking to make a 7  inch vinyl crate like the old bottle crates most shops are using. Anyone got the skills and the tools and fancy helping us out? Will pay obs ! Tthe other choices are nasty plastic things from zaavi or bespoke etsy creations over complete with proud wood lumberin hipster in frame .  Any ideas...

I know there's a place that makes wooden antiques on glow rd - is that a good lace to start?

 on: November 10, 2015, 13:05:39 
Started by mishima - Last post by mishima
Fri 4 Dec 2015
Timbuk2 Bristol
6 adv / 7 door

Tickets: www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?763005
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Serial Killaz
Hookline & Sinker
Disco Jockies
Josh Bloor
DJ Skink
Guy the Rev
Dr Fly
Wobbling Wookie

The second the needle hits a Serial Killaz record you know it's them. Rabble-rousing ragga vocals, bubbling bouncy bass, cut-throat beats, undiluted positive vibes: to have such a distinctive sound in today's talent-packed game is a rare, rare asset. But with two careers that can be traced back to the earliest stages of rave, what do you expect?

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/IJyw3mB_ZY0" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/v/IJyw3mB_ZY0</a>

Their back story has been told too many times: do a little research and you'll find the names Tera and Vital Elements scrawled all over the scene's history books. Now found scrawling Serial Killaz over the very same pages, the duo quickly established themselves as THE jungle and reggae legends' remixers of choice since forming in 2005. From Cornell Cambell to Marvellous Cain, Wayne Marshall to Peter Bouncer, Damian Marley to Daddy Freddy, the Serial Killaz back catalogue is steeped in authenticity, joining the dots between classic soundsystem sizzlers, rave culture and the future.
Jungle's very own Trojan horse; every kilo of their success can be put down to their well-chiselled sound: At a time when artists seem to be trying every genre under the sun, Tera and Vital Elements have stuck rigidly to their dub pistols amassing respect from all corners of the scene Zane Lowe regularly supports them on his primetime Radio 1 show while Toddla T has requested bespoke productions for his own live show. They've had the honour of remixing Nas and Damian Marley's'Land Of Promise' and, bizarrely, their version of Toddla and Skream's'Streets So Warm' was so well received it was sync'd to cult sports show Soccer AM!

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/DUAu59kVEEs" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/v/DUAu59kVEEs</a>

Naturally their trademark skanks and chubby bass spirit bubbles over from their dubs to their DJ sets. With such a heavy international tour schedule, Tera and Vital Elements are often found DJing on separate continents each weekend. From Canada to Croatia, Boomtown to Outlook, the duo are famed for tearing up the dance And seldom leave without a repeat booking.

Whether you find them knee deep in studio science, nurturing new jungle badboys on the block such as the Run Tingz Cru or behind the decks, the second you hear them You'll know exactly who you're dealing with.


 on: November 10, 2015, 13:03:03 
Started by Firebreak - Last post by mishima
 LIGHTAH!  Slayer

 on: November 10, 2015, 11:04:10 
Started by totheloversfarewell - Last post by totheloversfarewell
[RVR0218] To The Lovers, Farewell - A Woman Is A Housewife Until Struck, Then She Is A Cvnt

Rerecorded after accidently deleting the folder with the original tracks in. Modern life! The Acoustic demo tracks were going to be released with massive effects applied to the left/right stereo.

The vocals for Slump (Blood), Tigers Of Con Son and Guitariant Scraping Transmission (Smoulder) were recorded in my car going to and coming from work in one take. Trying to capture the original British aesthetic of Power Electronics with these two. Listening to the new Consumer Electronics albums and discovering Sutcliffe Jugend side project Bodychoke.

Bloke Job(Demo), The Fingers Will Do (Demo), Rome Is Burning (Demo), Anthem Is Sore (Demo) and Cold Turkey AID's Baby were recorded in one take with voice and acoustic guitar. Lyrics concern abuse, male rape and an assorted list of depravities. All soundtracked with pretty chords. Inspired by Jandek, Charles Manson and Johnny 'Guitar' Watson. The alternate versions of the acoustic tracks were remixed with the granular synth application Borderlands. Very cool app! Apple devices only. Been listening to a lot of Nine Inch Nails remixes for inspiration.

White Saloth and Tigers of Con Son are noise guitar outputs. Written with the full aspects of a band, guitar, drums and bass. If you like Shellac, Jesus Lizard and Big Black these should appease.

Beaster inspired by the Ministry way of cutting up guitar parts and repetitively smashing them out over and over again. Inspiration for this album as a whole comes from Coil, Controlled Bleeding and Psychic TV's way of incorporating multiple genres from album to album.


 on: November 10, 2015, 03:11:19 
Started by Firebreak - Last post by Firebreak
OK... its been ages since I actually made a attempt at a track. But things are moving for me, learning loads lately so here's a type of vibe i'm going to be producing, hopefully to full length ep.

Have a listen and chill to groove Smiley


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