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socialdance:

What is Paradise Garage?

üvölteni tudnék az irigységtől

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megazork:

grimes-claireboucher:

Grimes - David Live @ Pitchfork Chicago 2014

HERCEGNŐM!!!! ez mar sokkal jobb mint a Go!!!

olyan mint egy Madonna-dal visszhangja. imádom.

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Allah-Las - No Werewolf (2014)

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(Source: manhood, via socialdance)

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Diplo’s Madonna Dubplate

"Last night, I dreamed of Major Lazer" :DD

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Movement - Ivory (2014)

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Haverok, Buli, Farbi

Haverok, Buli, Farbi

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Lathèquex

Lathèquex

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mai nap szép pillanata


rendőrök igazoltatják az utcazenészt, mire egy kisfiú odasétál és pénzt dob a tokba

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(Source: ema-j, via blua)

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csak úgy, margóra:
"I remember Andrew turned up at the office one day and he had a cassette that a bunch of kids had given him when he was playing in Manchester. We talked about it and we were just like, “Yeah, let’s put it out!” It turned out to be the first release by the Chemical Brothers.” 
Flowered Up - Weatherall’s Weekender (Audrey Is A Little Bit More partial mix)
"The very first acid house club I went along to, which was Shoom, the last two records [they played] were the Beatles’ "All You Need Is Love" and "With or Without You" by U2. I was sceptical then but when the lights came up it was just smoke and sweat. They played "All You Need Is Love" and everyone was holding hands. And then they played "With Or Without You", which had been a big record for Alfredo [Fiorito, influential DJ] in Ibiza that year. I just stood there thinking to myself, ‘This is either genius, or the worst thing ever.’”

Pete Heller - Big Love
"I remember one night at the Brixton Academy, we were on the top floor dancing away to acid house, having a great time and downstairs there must have been two or three thousand people listening to hip-hop. After the club had finished, we looked down and saw that the entire place was a mess, it was totally trashed. There was a group of people who must have had some beef with the security and were rejected so they came back with machetes and baseball bats and completely trashed the place. This type of thing happened all the time but people [in acid house] would just look at each other and put on another love track.”

Bocca Juniors - Raise
Boy’s Own gang responsible for publishing the first article on Acid House, penned by none other than Paul Oakenfold:"Paul Oakenfold, who was working for Def Jam at the time, said, “Oh hey, I wrote a article!” It was about him going to Ibiza in ‘87. He said, "You can’t tell anyone it’s me,” because he was an industry man and it was all about drugs. We printed this article that was called “Bermondsey Goes Baleriac!” and I spelt “Balearic” wrong.”
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csak úgy, margóra:

"I remember Andrew turned up at the office one day and he had a cassette that a bunch of kids had given him when he was playing in Manchester. We talked about it and we were just like, “Yeah, let’s put it out!” It turned out to be the first release by the Chemical Brothers.”

Flowered Up - Weatherall’s Weekender (Audrey Is A Little Bit More partial mix)

"The very first acid house club I went along to, which was Shoom, the last two records [they played] were the Beatles’ "All You Need Is Love" and "With or Without You" by U2. I was sceptical then but when the lights came up it was just smoke and sweat. They played "All You Need Is Love" and everyone was holding hands. And then they played "With Or Without You", which had been a big record for Alfredo [Fiorito, influential DJ] in Ibiza that year. I just stood there thinking to myself, ‘This is either genius, or the worst thing ever.’”

Pete Heller - Big Love

"I remember one night at the Brixton Academy, we were on the top floor dancing away to acid house, having a great time and downstairs there must have been two or three thousand people listening to hip-hop. After the club had finished, we looked down and saw that the entire place was a mess, it was totally trashed. There was a group of people who must have had some beef with the security and were rejected so they came back with machetes and baseball bats and completely trashed the place. This type of thing happened all the time but people [in acid house] would just look at each other and put on another love track.

Bocca Juniors - Raise

Boy’s Own gang responsible for publishing the first article on Acid House, penned by none other than Paul Oakenfold:
"Paul Oakenfold, who was working for Def Jam at the time, said, “Oh hey, I wrote a article!” It was about him going to Ibiza in ‘87. He said, "You can’t tell anyone it’s me,” because he was an industry man and it was all about drugs. We printed this article that was called “Bermondsey Goes Baleriac!” and I spelt “Balearic” wrong.”

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