The Warehouse Project: 24 Nov 06 - Massonix / LFO / Autechre

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Postby ComputerControlled » 08 Oct 2006 14:08

tickets are selling fast now for both parties... don't sleep!
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Postby ComputerControlled » 24 Oct 2006 19:07

PART 1 - THIS FRIDAY YO!

GONNA BE BADASS!

there are a few tickets left in the outlets and there will be a limited amount on the door too.

full info on all the artists playing here >>> http://www.computercontrolled.co.uk/warehousesessions
sequence myspace >>> http://www.myspace.com/computercontrolledmcr
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Postby ComputerControlled » 14 Nov 2006 23:47

we're doing a competition to win a pair of tickets for the ae/lfo gig on the 24th.

it's live on our site now - on the front page!

anyone interested in a couple of freebies check it out at http://www.computercontrolled.co.uk... good luck.
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Postby SteveC » 22 Nov 2006 00:06

Any ideas what time Grahams due on ?
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Postby markus » 22 Nov 2006 07:47

Early, I think.
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Postby graham » 22 Nov 2006 10:44

11.45pm till 12 .30 followed directly by LFO then Autechre.
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Postby SteveC » 23 Nov 2006 00:02

Would love to see LFO, duty calls though the following morning :(
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Postby markus » 23 Nov 2006 00:09

Duty will call many more times, LFO probably not, well not as frequently ;)
Having said that, I won't be there at all :(
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Postby graham » 25 Nov 2006 16:15

http://domain1085646.sites.fasthosts.co ... hp?aid=884
some one must have picked this up and posted it rather quick.
I enjoyed it all ,thought Autechre we on a roll last night and Lazers too!
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Postby markus » 25 Nov 2006 17:25

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Postby SteveC » 25 Nov 2006 23:44

Fantastic set Graham.

For unheard of material to get me swaying like a loon takes something special.

Some real gems in the set, unsure if they're all on the album, but for those who would like to know, Massonix is the next generation of 808state.

Loved the track which sampled sync/swim, can't wait for the album.

Superb!!
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Postby nickking » 27 Nov 2006 19:12

Yup, thoroughly enjoyed myself - a little dose of Massonix, a bit of LFO (well, Mark Bell, playing tracks at happy hardcore bpm style, including "LFO" and "Freak", amongst others), Rob Hall, and a superb set by Autechre (lasers 'n all!).

Good to meet up with Ancodia, SteveC and, of course, Graham. Shouts out also to Jay from Harrogate - see you at the next 808-related event! :)

Right, next Massey-related event is Toolshed/Spaceheads at Brixton on the 8th December - that'll be the 9th (!) time I've caught Graham performing this year! 8)
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Postby Pete » 27 Nov 2006 23:16

i hope you don't catch Graham performing apart from on a stage! :D
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Postby SteveC » 27 Nov 2006 23:29

Had to go after LFO, gutted to miss Autechre but couldn't last the pace.

When I heard John say "The drinks are on me" I didn't think he meant it literally :D
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Postby Ancodia » 28 Nov 2006 12:49

Cheers Steve, I was trying to forget about that, if it wasn't for the fact that my camera has a lovely orangey alcohol smell now. Think I slipped out at around 2 o'clock, I had been drinking heavily for about twelve hours by then. Wish I hadn't found that bar in the Printworks with the large selection of Bourbons, admittedly I was weak, but it was the first time i'd seen Kronenbourg on tap too. :P

John :-?

P.S. Just a couple photos to follow, they'll probably appear on various MySpace pages before then.
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