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complete your Warp collection

If you’re Belgian, and you’re into Warp (and Ninja Tune) get your ass down to the Music Mania in Ghent and complete your collections for only € 9.5 per CD, or € 16.5 for a double CD. There are some gems there to pick for a really nice price. Older work you never ended up […]

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pukkelpop 2004

The Pukkelpop festival is always a great way to end the summer holidays. Had a lot of fun there with friends, saw some good bands, and heard some great music. The boiler room was huge this year, and we spend quite some time there boogying down to the funky beats. Besides obviously loving the drum’n’bass […]

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clownstep and John B on file sharing

I ran into this John B interview by accident while checking what kind of fun stuff could be found on Google when looking up the word “Clownstep”. Now since the guy made some really sweet tracks in the past, and he has a new album out, I thought I’d make the effort and find out […]

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dour 2004

Went to the dour festival a few days ago, which is definitely the best alternative music festivals in Belgium, and maybe even in the surrounding countries. You get a taste of every kind of music there, and the prices are really democratic compared to other festivals. When it comes down to food and drinks, it’s […]

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DRM systems are bad for business

So the Beastie Boys have a new album out, which I was looking into getting myself a copy, since I already have most of their other albums, and I’ve always liked their fun approach to hip-hop. It turns out that their latest CD however contains MacroVisions CDS-200 DRM technology which has “features” that stop me […]