Re: [Hybrid] Re: Hybrid on Fri+new material
- Nice one cheers for the advice Ally just enjoying High as a skycraper on the xfm mix right now-
Hybrid only did a DJ set on Friday but you could tell they were dropping a lot of new stuff-
personally I can't wait for the Y4k August boat party to see them live!
All the best
> Some peeps have official promos and some have downloaded MP3s. My
> advice is that if you don't have a promo, wait for the album
> release. To hear the tracks that have been ripped isn't going to
> give you a fantastic idea of what the album will sound like.
> Just call me "Ally the broken record" ;-)
> As for DJ sets, give the ones a listen that have 'True to Form' and 'Higher >than a Skyscraper' in the tracklistings (e.g. recent MOS radio sets).
- Definately try the Pure Future mix if you want progressive house type stuff
(the last track gets a lot of kudos, but I think it has to be the Light's
mix of Terminalhead ), or the proton set is excellent if you want breaks and
> cool thanks- I know a few people on the groups seem to have got hold ofpromos or mp3s curiously before the release dates-
> any particular preferences on the new dj sets?
- On Mon, 2 Jun 2003, brian elder wrote:
> (the last track gets a lot of kudos, but I think it has to be theTerminalhead - Mind Of Your Own [The Light Mix] ... tasty stuff, I'll be
> Light's mix of Terminalhead )
playing it in my next radio mix. There's a 'dub' (1) version too which is
also Most Excellent. The last track in the Pure Future set is Vector -
Rise, and I can't get enough of that track. It is also the first track in
the Live @ The Mission set, on of my favourite sets (2), particularly the
first half of Part 3. Excellent stuff.
(1) I call it the 'dub' because the white label has two mixes clearly both
by The Light, and has no indication as to what they might be called. The
second mix is what I would think of as a dub with respect to the first mix
(cf Theme From Wide Angle, Rolling Thunder Club/Dub), so it makes a
convenient label. Just thought I'd mention it, before a whole new 'what is
a dub' thread begins ...
(2) There's something kinda reassuring about Live @ The Mission, quite
possibly the fact that I can heavily identify with the DJing technique,
and how that even such masterful guys as Chris & Mike can't always keep it
100% tight ... maybe they're only a few orders of magnitude better than me