|Originally posted by mindspin1 |
If I were a woman I'd probably hate on her too, because I can guarantee the man by their sides were thinking of what they would do to that.
what a sexist thing to say, first of all! secondly, LMAOOOOO, please because nina threatens my relationship with my boyfriend right? ok...hahaha!
she definitely did NOT look like that picture that day haha...look, when you date a guy like ben klock, trust me, LOTS of opportunity windows become wide open all at once. i'm not saying she's not talented, but she had quite a bit of help getting to where she is, through the man she dated for a while. you really think she got to play berghain on her own? ya ok...
you can call me out all you want. if i am wrong about what equipment she was using to mix that particular day, fine, i can admit that...bottom line is that she was not good, not worth the money, and she got booed off a stage during conference man...come on. there's a reason for that. maybe she should start using a laptop, cuz god knows she couldn't mix for shit that day...
like i've said many times before in this thread, i really hope she changes my mind this summer at piknic. as a woman, there's nothing i enjoy more than seeing a female dj who is excellent at her craft.
that being said, i'm fucking anxious for the full line-up
Afterhours is a state of mind, but significantly, it's more a state of 'I don't mind'. A determined continuation, contentment and relief that 'it ain't over yet!' An injection of music into attitude and occasion which creates an emotional wave forth that isolates globally, a ringing harmonic, a signal to a like-minded collective that 'we are only us'.