^ It's not that complicated, and they've made good on immediately refunding my friends who've done it past. It's worth doing.
New Brendon Moeller podcast out on LWE: http://www.littlewhiteearbuds.com/po.../#.UYAhBrU3srZ
Ugh that underground stage is going to get HEAVYIt sounds like there’s a shift in your music — not so much away from the dub influences, but more towards harder techno. Do you think that’s true? If so is this a conscious move?
I think it is just the result of me listening to and being inspired by the genre. My first official DJ gig was in 1987 in an industrial/punk nightclub in Johannesburg. I loved this gig to death and was sad to see it come to an end when somebody jumped up into the booth and threatened to stab me for not playing a particular Conflict song. I’m enjoying the resurgence of harder industrial sounds happening in techno. Hopefully live techno is the future of techno!
Uhm. YES, I'm loving that influence in techno
Though I think it's official 'over' now since RA had a headline back in January about the new sound of industrial techno... :P
I've gone to the dark side and have been listening to a lot of bass-music-type stuff of which I can't even pinpoint the right genre.
post future funky ... no, I'm not going to even try to make that shit up.
Todays the day! Less than 3 hours until the schedule!
Have to take a linear algebra exam right when the schedule is released >< can't wait to see it though
Anybody know of a quick and easy way to lay this out in a more traditional schedule format so it's easier to identify conflicts?
Without fail, my plans to spend a lot of time at the Made In Detroit stage are always dashed once the schedule comes out.
That schedule really solidifies my disappointment in missing this year.
Really? Wow. I have more conflicts than I'd imagined. Saturday night is the only time that is light for me.
Chris Malinchak vs xxxy, T. Williams vs Nina Kraviz, Art Department vs Ben Klock & Marcel Dettmann, Masters at Work vs Gesaffelstein, Brodinski vs Squarepusher, Cajmere vs Nicolas Jaar, Maetrik vs TEED are the bad ones for me. Most of the set times are pretty long though (unlike some festivals I know of...) so it shouldn't be too hard to split a bunch of sets.
For anyone looking for a more traditional (easier to find conflicts) layout:
Here is a Google Doc
It's formatted badly. I'm lazy.
Last edited by C_Bud; 05-01-2013 at 09:13 AM.
Of course! One of the perks of having a boring desk job is the ability to help people by making Excel concert spreadsheets.
That Squarepusher / Gesaffelstein / Brodinski / Masters at Work conflict block is seriously depressing. I was whimpering as I made the spreadsheet and realized the gravity of the scheduling.
Hrm... three hour Daniel Bell set? I thought the Made in Detroit stage ended earlier than the other ones.
Ah...you might be right. It might end at 11:00? In the which case, I'd feel better about seeing half of a Dan Bell set rather than only 1/3. But then of course, Luke Slater/P.A.S.....
Dave Clarke vs. Ben Sims is the worst conflict for me
That is my issue too, especially since I'm planning on going to Droid (which according to RA ends at 7). I was considering going straight from there to Old Miami, but then what are the chances of me making it to the festival for Echologist and through the festival/after parties that day?
Ha, seriously. This is why I am glad that:
(a) I'm not doing any afters til Klockworks
(b) NeighborhoodCreep will be in charge of pounding on my door and coaxing me awake with beer.