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January 29, 2007

BLINDED BY THE LIGHT

that's the thing: when you play right after the live act you got
to deal with busy soundguys getting their equipment together with the fucking PUTZLICHT on (wot u call this in english? the bright light u usually need to clean up a place?). anyway - it was fun to play the data mc release night, thank u gabs, wal and ono...

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January 28, 2007

THE BADDEST TWO-CHICKS HIT-SQUAD

that ever hit town!

sick girls go LONDON and we can't wait...
come all down to 93feet east and support us - it's gonna be the filth!

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January 27, 2007

DATAINVASION

there are so many good parties to join tonight - transmediale (yo, snares! salut ddamage!), vice (hallo teens!)and whateva else breadandbutterish goes on - still we would love to see you
at magnet club to celebrate the data mc album release with us!
come on then and be even cooler than the rest...

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January 25, 2007

rest in peace disco d.

feeling sad...

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January 23, 2007

SMILE AGAIN

LILY ALLEN is a sweatheart and AARON LACRATE knows it.

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ps:this is for listening rather than for download, no bandwidth really - poor sick girls...

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January 22, 2007

WILEY RETIRES HADOUKEN TAKES OVER

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NEU GRIME

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RULE DEEP

not to forget: ROLL DEEP's second street album RULES AND REGULATIONS
is out feat. breeze, jet li, manga, skepta, flowdan, wiley, jammer, tempa t, frisco, killer p, riko, target, trim, scratchy - beats produced by wiley, target, skepta, danny weed and tnt.
and it's good!
strictly grime - no r'n b mainstream bullshit.
in ya face, articulate and serious.
not party stuff all over but a healthy step backwards to
da real biz.
congrats!

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January 18, 2007

SMILE!

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January 16, 2007

DADADA

IT´S BEEN A LONG AND LONELY WINTER, NOT MUCH SICK GIRLS UP IN HERRE.
AS AD ALREADY PROMISED THIS YEAR WE´LL MAKE IT ALL UP FOR YOU.

starting with the slices DVD you can take some sick girls home now.
if you need more, tune in to Suzi Wong´s show on Jam FM 93, 6 Mhz, Friday 19th january 20:00 - 22:00.
We had a lil´talk with them guys, told ´em some secrets, about the coming REVOLUTION, and your Ladies´plans. (that friday´s show is actually pretty good - no matter what that page looks like...)

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January 09, 2007

The revolution is coming back

splendids,

after outing myself as a spoiler lately - this time i use my words, to
make you all excited about them coming things.

upcoming shows :

27th january: magnet club, Berlin; data MC rec release party
10th february: styleslut party, London; at 93 feet east.
17th february: ciseaux electronique, Berlin; one sick girl only.
24th february : REVOLUTION NO 5 (yes you heard it right, we´re back with a bang at festsaal, Kreuzberg; with the newest hottest shit we´ve collected in 06 and beyond)

read more here soon.
now go, play.

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January 07, 2007

DONG! NEXT ROUND'S UP!

welcome everybody to 2007.
we've been rather quiet lately - at least on our blog, so we
hope we can get back some readers this year, trying to be a bit
more talkative again.

it's a grey sunday today - just the right lame time to sit down
at the computer and travel the net-world. i'm looking for a subject that i haven't been engaged in as much as i used to:
what's with grime?
why did i not get any new records lately? why are there no regular
grime parties anymore in berlin (the last good one was the grime step international at 103 club and i did this one myself. and hey, i'm talking grime not dubstep which has a much bigger following right now due to it's increasing acceptance on the tech-head side of things, i even found a mark-1 and skream review in raveline magazine!), is this just my own lack of interest because i'm wound up in a new love for rave classics and guitar mash ups? or does this reflect the 2006 state grime was/is in? i came across this illuminating interview
with kiss fm dj LOGAN SAMA, who could successfully smooth out my growing self-doubt.
from my point of view as a berlin party promoter i have to seriously
disagree with some of logan's points though (especially when it comes to
grime artist management topics), still he gives a good overview on
the UK grime scene as it is now. highly recommended read.

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