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feelgood
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Registered: Dec 2007
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Originally posted by LightsOut
They're trying. let's at least give them credit for that. Regardless of if it's your personal 'style' or not, they're using underground spaces and are giving spots to locals that aren't playing the usual 'circuit' places.


Exactly.


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darouge11
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Registered: Jul 2006
Location: toronto

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Originally posted by PivotTechno
Salvaging Techno in Toronto? Pfft. More like more of the same, different packaging. Every Berlin-(un)inspired set at the same tempo, kick-clap, kick-clap, kick-clap, all the way through.

And are seven, one hour sets and "no tracks over two years old" really salient selling points for a club night these days? Really? How about meandering, interesting and engaging 2-3 hour journeys and good music, without giving a toss as to when it was released?




...and the "article" is more like an advertorial; reads like the writer is friends with the promoters.


why are you being such a hater...thats what we need more of, ey?


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gimmebeatz
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Registered: Feb 2007
Location: Buffalo

awesome to see this write-up!! RYLL is a great friend of mine and absolutely kills it with his hard, dark german-based style techno. we've had the pleasure now numerous times of him gracing our decks in buffalo!!!

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Nicolas Oliver
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quote:
Originally posted by PivotTechno
Salvaging Techno in Toronto? Pfft. More like more of the same, different packaging. Every Berlin-(un)inspired set at the same tempo, kick-clap, kick-clap, kick-clap, all the way through.


Way off the mark.

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Everyone's entitled to their opinion at the end of the day. All I'd say is go attend a show before forming/giving one whether positive or negative.

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Location: Thornhill (Ontario)

quote:
Originally posted by PivotTechno
Salvaging Techno in Toronto? Pfft. More like more of the same, different packaging. Every Berlin-(un)inspired set at the same tempo, kick-clap, kick-clap, kick-clap, all the way through.

And are seven, one hour sets and "no tracks over two years old" really salient selling points for a club night these days? Really? How about meandering, interesting and engaging 2-3 hour journeys and good music, without giving a toss as to when it was released?




...and the "article" is more like an advertorial; reads like the writer is friends with the promoters.


I think I'm somewhere in the middle. I completely agree with diversity in any set but if you want a certain kind of style what's wrong with that? (For me I'd say I wouldn't go for the latter regularly though...)


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