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  1. saw them live last week, was unreal
  2. Necessity is irrelevant, as soon as you are interacting with the public you are required to uphold certain standards. If that's your own standard or a standard that someone places upon you.
  3. Sounds like a Shed album, nice melodies, syncopated rhythms and some nice techno in one journey. Had it on repeat all day.
  4. A truly outstanding way to miss the point. I don't have a car so I really don't care if oil companies conform to a reasonable standard.
  5. Haha wow angsty. I'm not very impressed, its pretty easy. Most websites have been able to moderate users and content for years. Youtube as an automatic closed caption ability now, even if it's not perfect you could easily come up with a list of words that would flag a video. The point is at the moment Facebook doesn't even enforce it's own codes of conduct, I know of some "news" pages who have functioning facebook pages for years despite repeatedly reporting of crimes that immigrants committed which turned out to be false. Alex Jones was kicked of facebook and twitter only this year, despite claiming for years that grieving parents were actors and made their homes public knowledge. A video of a man beating up a toddler stayed online after 3 times being reviewed by facebooks in house content review process. It's not hard, we want facebook to be accountable for upholding their OWN codes of conduct, they've shown repeatedly they are unwilling or incapable of doing so. So now is time to force them to do it. You know what's better than an algorithm? A person. Poor company though, couldn't afford that, they only have a revenue of 17bln.
  6. Incorrect, this is not how any business works.
  7. Sounds proper so far. https://boomkat.com/products/grapefruit-regret
  8. I think Stott's been quite particular about the composition of the albums over the years. Wasn't there an interview where he said that he creates a load of tracks specifically for club situations where he could play one of two tracks depending on the mood of the crowd. I think this is just a compilation of those tracks and not meant to be a body of cohesive works like any of the albums. That is how I would interpret it anyway.
  9. But he released beatwife material in June? https://www.discogs.com/Beatwife-Ronaldsey/release/13724547
  10. Also just noticed on Bleep that this is still in stock, its a great comp https://bleep.com/release/87367-various-artists-month-of-mayhem
  11. Released end of this month https://bleep.com/release/155321-hannah-diamond-reflections
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