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Mar 28 2012 08:36 PM | Dave in Nights
Armin's ASOT 550 tour continues trotting around the globe and I happened to get in on his latest stop at Ministry of Sound in London. This was my first MOS experience and I came in with absolutely no expectations, despite the impressive line-up. In my review, I consider a number of factors, including price, crowd, music and venue. Was this latest tour stop a success? Read on and find out!
NIGHT: ASOT 550
VENUE: MINISTRY OF SOUND LONDON
Armin's ASOT 550 tour continues trotting around the globe and I happened to get in on his latest stop at Ministry of Sound in London. This was my first MOS experience and I came in with absolutely no expectations, despite the impressive line-up. As the Launch party for ASOT it had a great line up.
It started with a charity special (which we had no tickets for but sweet-talked our way into it). The line-up was Tom Fall, Max Graham, Paul Oakenfold, Armin Van Buren, Lange & Solarstone.
Jan 21 2012 08:13 PM | DamoJ in Nights
NIGHT: OTR 20/01/2012
VENUE: Plug SHEFFIELD
Certainly an interesting start to the night. A broken down train further down the line meant that I didn’t arrive in Sheffield until after 1am, which in turn led to a pretty unique set of circumstances where I ended up talking about fudge, ticket whores and snakes on a train on Facebook. Finally got into Sheffield train station with Jan Johnson “Calling Your Name” playing on the iPod. In hindsight I really should have taken my iPhone travel charger. But anyway.
What is there to say? Classics night, and one over the road from the old Gatecrasher site no less. Did the whole hand-on-the-fence thing. Walk in; coat off; hands up; here we go.
Dec 19 2011 02:54 PM | BClunz in Releases
Infrasonic Recordings has exploded in the last two years, gaining both a wide artist catalogue and a plethora of supporting DJs worldwide. Their latest release comes in the form of a collaboration between label head Solis (a.k.a. Michael Smith) and resident producer Sean Truby. Both have already been recognized for the previous collaborations “Empathy” and “Loaded,” demonstrating their versatility and creativity as producers.
This new release follows the typical path of Infrasonic’s releases, but don’t be fooled, it gives much more back in return. The original starts with a strong synth buildup coupled with a rolling bass line. The tune then softens into an evocative breakdown with a triumphant, out-there feeling. A lovely melodic lead brings the tune to a very uplifting climax that any fan of driving trance will enjoy. Though it is not the most original work of trance ever released, it is nonetheless a fresh and highly enjoyable musical ride to boot.
Apr 15 2012 01:17 PM | Dave in Nights
NIGHT. ABOVE AND BEYOND GROUP THERAPY
VENUE. BRIXTON O2
This is my first time attending the Brixton Academy but not at an Above and Beyond gig. The line up was Oliver Smith , Jaytech , Above and Beyond and Arty.
5 = Perfect
4 = Great
3 = Good
2 = Average
1 = Poor
0 = Terrible
Oct 23 2011 11:12 PM | Michael in Technical
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