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    Default OT For anyone who likes a bit of street art..

    Yo, found these 2 vids yesterday, thought they were far too good not to share!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uad17d5hR5s

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ep8XqLaavas

    They were shown to me by a dude with an awesome clothing label, and cool art, from Norwich, check out www.shhhhclothing.com to find out more. Hopefully going to be working with this guy quite a bit on reppin his label in the future

    Hope you enjoy..

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    Awesome digging, bro'! Loving these kind of vids!
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    I believe I've seen some videos from the guys who did the first one (same kind of wierd tracks in the background, lots of traveling monsters stuff like that) and I think it is absolutely incredible

    OT: does anyone else want to throw a crazy party in a place like portrayed in the first vid? I just love the idea of an elevated booth and a courtyard with such stylish architecture and crazy art hosting a couple hundred people. Damn it would be so sick.

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    works of BLU is friggin awesome, i stumbled upon his work some year ago, he is fricken genius of street art!
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    @sine143 - you find the location, I'll provide the 4.30am dubstep

    Love this guy.. and the second is also immense!

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    Dude. I have been mixing dubstep for about 6 hours now. unfortunately I've actually fit together less than an hour and a half of actual set material. That would be so sick (even though I think dubstep is a pretty intimate genre, and a good floor level booth does wonders. guess its just how I was introduced to the genre).

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    yeah, to be fair it needs to be sweaty for the atmosphere to work. I'm thinking some sort of trance night would work in the kinda double floor derelict joint, but i'm not a massive fan of that atall...

    let's just stick with serious ravey electro - always a winner!
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    haha, a trance night dont have to be a "massive". But yeah, I love a tiny bar crowded with people surrounding the tabel the dj's have set up on, girls on the subs and whatnot. I think some nice ravey electro would definitely work well here, along with the aforemention trance (some Psy or hard trance might do it great justice). Definitely do want.

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