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2 hours ago, BCM said:

where's all the happy people? where's anybody sweating? where's the people passing water bottles to other people? where's the gurning? where's somebody throwing shapes with wide eyes whilst chewing gum?

 

fucking nowhere. awful.

 

fucking idiots. fuck this shit, glad i'm not there.

 

 

Just on way home, it was totally fucking banging and everyone round me was in full on rave mode not chinstroking. One of the best times I've seen him from around 13 times, sound and venue were totally on point

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I was at home sitting on my computer chair on a saturday night eating ice cream directly from the tub, watching people have fun at a live show and I must say they're all fucking retards and I'm way be

someone did it

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Enjoyed em all. Bailed after afx though, I was/am fucked.

Top set from Richie though, probs on par with Field Day for me. Recorded that new tune on my phone and it turned out decent, may upload at some point. 

Got a vinyl (card) too, that merch queue was fucking sloooww

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3 hours ago, fringerviv said:


Here’s hoping.


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It is up on Warps faccebook page that is nice.. now we need track IDs on the set ?

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I know y’all were complaining about that audience but, after watching the video, they danced WAAAAY more than the Brooklyn crowd. Be proud of yourselves, London. 

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I dont understand the crowd hate. 

Front few rows are faced with a wall of sound and light and are trying to take it all in, obvious Aphex fans and possibly first timers in there too.

Printworks is massive, plenty of space for getting your rave on. That wasn't even the main room lol it was the live room

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6 hours ago, valleyinaire said:

 

Got a vinyl (card) too, that merch queue was fucking sloooww

Vinyl card?!? Do you mean you can just by a card to get the vinyl later instead of carrying the vinyl around? (I was wondering how people raved with vinyl)

 

 

....my post chair rave hangover is brutal and my 6 year old is relentless. I feel old.

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I have sustained myself on live tracks recorded in my younger days, but shit, it's all just starting to sound a bit better than Gabba. Gabba with swing feel. 

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33 minutes ago, J3FF3R00 said:

I know y’all were complaining about that audience but, after watching the video, they danced WAAAAY more than the Brooklyn crowd. Be proud of yourselves, London. 

They warmed up. They were slack at the begining. Comments were in real time 

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15 minutes ago, donquixote said:

Vinyl card?!? Do you mean you can just by a card to get the vinyl later instead of carrying the vinyl around? (I was wondering how people raved with vinyl)

Yah. They were selling cards with codes redeemable on the Aphex Bleepstore. Vinyl gets shipped out next Friday.

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Just now, valleyinaire said:

Yah. They were selling cards with codes redeemable on the Aphex Bleepstore. Vinyl gets shipped out next Friday.

That's wixked. Fair play warp. A merch store I agree with. 

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Fuck me that was good. Tried to get peeps to a listening party but no dice. Ended up watching n texting with buddies 400km away. Best laugh ever commenting all way thru... Mini twitch style. 

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1 hour ago, Soloman Tump said:

I dont understand the crowd hate. 

Front few rows are faced with a wall of sound and light and are trying to take it all in, obvious Aphex fans and possibly first timers in there too.

Printworks is massive, plenty of space for getting your rave on. That wasn't even the main room lol it was the live room

just grumpy armchair critics (like me!) who wished they could be there (like me!) haha

My concentration sort of phased out a little in the second half, my body clock is 4.30am I don't really ever stay up that late, but for Aphex I make an exception

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