NeXXus8 | 1 Dec 01:03 1998
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Re: [mw] Holiday Techno

In a message dated 98-11-29 20:12:55 EST, you write:

<< >at any rate... raves are techno pagan rituals aren't they... so where
 >the hell does organised religion fit into the mix??>>

Tell me about it!  Anyone who is familiar with Iowa parties (i.e. Iowa City)
is familiar with "Old Brick".  In this church, do they not ONLY move out
all the pews to make way for ravers, in the morning they actually HOLD
services!!  Crazy!  Strange energy at those parties ;P  I prefer a space 
that's less......errrr....holy.  Something is just not right about getting 
down under a steeple.  I can just see the parishoners glaring at all
the leftover party kids and the mess left behind and kneeling down to 
pray for our sins.

Peace mi familia~
Darian

kapeterson | 1 Dec 01:15 1998

[mw] a search

 is a RY-RY  or ROI-ROI out there? Just trying to find ya.

Robin Urmanic | 1 Dec 01:38 1998

Re: [mw] Atkins, May "supa-stars"??? -- was re: Fluid

I don't think I would put Juan Atkins, Derrick May or Carl Craig in the
same category as "super mega-artists" hyped by many magazines and
labels. First of all, each of these men has made huge contributions to
the creativity and development of the music. Sure, they are huge in
Europe, but here in the states, they're almost so underground many
newbies don't know who they are. They _should_ know, and that's a
problem with the media and our scene in general -- We need to educate!

-- Robin 
High-R Frequencies magazine

eSk8tOn wrote:
> My big question is: in 10 years, who will be remembered the most for what
> they've done for the music?  I think techno historians will acknowledge
> more of what's truly underground right now as the source for what the music
> will become, not what some 'superstar DJ' or Mixmag artist/record of the
> month is putting out.  For example, I think that Andreas Kramer of
> Construct Rhythm is a far more powerful techno composer than any Atkins,
> May, or Craig wanna-be.  <snip>
> just how 'good' these mega-artists really are in comparison to the no names.

Luke Monteiro | 1 Dec 01:46 1998

Re: [mw] Atkins, May "supa-stars"??? -- was re: Fluid

Date sent:      	Mon, 30 Nov 1998 18:38:26 -0600
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Subject:        	Re: [mw] Atkins, May "supa-stars"??? -- was re: Fluid

> I don't think I would put Juan Atkins, Derrick May or Carl Craig in the
> same category as "super mega-artists" hyped by many magazines and
> labels. First of all, each of these men has made huge contributions to
> the creativity and development of the music. Sure, they are huge in
> Europe, but here in the states, they're almost so underground many
> newbies don't know who they are. They _should_ know, and that's a
> problem with the media and our scene in general -- We need to educate!

  I dont think they should "know" who they are, the beauty of   
  techno is that, it is  not for the masses, it is not for everybody,      
  on the other hand, if you are really   interested in techno, you       
  will come across      those names sooner or later, the techno     
  community is small..yet ppl are down to the Earth(most of them)...

  

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P r o g r e s s i v e  T h e o r i e s- 2 8 1  8  1  2   2  5  4  1
S p a c e  C i t y, U S A- x t r a   <at>   h  e  m  p  s  e e d. c o m

GNM3744 | 1 Dec 01:58 1998
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[mw] BASS REACTION nEt mEEt

ok check it out, ill be the organizer of the list, Email me to get on it, put
BASS as the subject and put whut ever yew like in the body, now it wont be
updated untill 2morrow evening and every evening after so be patient i am on
it!

Pcowt,,,, GabrieLIZM

''Smile =-) it makes people wonder what your up to''

GNM3744 | 1 Dec 02:00 1998
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[mw] 2nd part BASS REACTION nEt mEEt

check this out also when you e mail me specify if you can give rides to local
kids, ive always thought about suggesting it but since im doing it i think ill
do it up for the vehicular challenged! 

Pcowt Gabe

Amy Ricketts | 1 Dec 02:07 1998
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Re: [mw] what the fuck?

I keep reading posts about "Fluid" (is that what it was called"?, but
they all seem to be written by ppl who DIDN'T go...

Can somebody who DID go please tell me the location of this party? 
I'm still trying to figure out how a DETOR production got busted...

Amy
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Kevin Christman | 1 Dec 01:14 1998
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Re: [mw] voodoo3

>So I'm gonna get shit for saying this....FUCK!!!
>I'm giving up on happy hardcore..it's all about getting up on the MIC,
taking
>a piss on the crowd, beating up anubody sitting down and shitting on
them....

You just now figured this out?

Julian Carow | 1 Dec 02:09 1998
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[mw] drum & bass <at> crobar (chicago) this friday

                      BANG
            Friday, December 4th, 1998

                   drum & bass
                   in the mezz

    HUNTER AD        CASPER           COLETTE
    guidance     strictly jungle     material

                       21+
             no cover b4 12 w/ flyer

        Crobar, 1543 N Kingsbury, Chicago
                  312-413-7000

Sixtybus | 1 Dec 02:17 1998
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Re: [mw] you're gay

In a message dated 11/30/98 6:16:50 PM Central Standard Time,
michael <at> hardcorps.org writes:

<< happy hardcore's for fags. >>

Well hand me a woman then...

-Jen


Gmane