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Berhouz /John Creamer reviews?

Mr_Furious

TRIBE Member
as usual, Mark Scaife played an amazing set. Lots of melodies and vocals. For the most part I thought John Creamer played a pretty good set also. However, everytime he built up his set he would just bring it back down to a boring state, and then it would be stagnent for while. All in all it was a pretty good night
 

Kalemic

TRIBE Promoter
Mmmmm dark, tribally housey goodness.

I actually really enjoyed his set. I wasn't really sure what to expect from the man aside from hearing his KISS fm set on diggers show.

I think his set just fit my mood fantastically last night. Heard a ton of stuff that my ears have never been witness to, and I think I was just truly in the mood for some dark pounding stuff which he delivered so nicely indeed.


I also had a chance to talk to him after his set, he was very approachable and answered all of my annoying questions with a smile. I would most definetly see him again if he comes back to town.

As for Berhouz, unfortunetly I only heard about 45 minutes of his stuff so I can't really make much of a statement about it, but what tracks I did hear were pretty fine and his mixing seemed spot on.
 

kul-kat

TRIBE Member
yup. i agree with will. creamer had his ups and downs. overall, a fun night. met a whole bunch of people i will probably have to meet several more times before names, etc. match up. great meeting you all nonetheless. (although hardly any of you said you posted, you all said you were lurkers, so i know you're reading this.

till the next party ...
 

MalGlo

TRIBE Member
kul-kat.. i think i met you last night??? by the bar (big surprise
)....

i thought mark scaife played a really nice set.. harder than i've heard him in awhile... and frankly.. one of the best that i've heard in awhile.. (harder is better)

had a great night.. although it ended on a sad note for a friend.. but still.. it was a very enjoyable evening...

Cheers!

Dave

p.s. biggups hidden rev cru
hahahaha err wait.. thats just me.... damn..
 
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vinder

TRIBE Member
creamer = bo to the ring. i'm sorry, i just didn't get into it much. he'd bring it up to a level where you're anticipating it's just about to get good, then just take it back down. no pace at all to the set, he seriously needed to step it up a notch. met him beforehand though, really nice guy. of course thanks to hye he thinks i'm his no. 1 fan, which she didn't tell me until AFTER i talked to him.

great to see everyone out (too many to name, as usual), hope you had a good birthday party chris! was great to finally meet janiecakes, we have to go get japanese food sometime!
 

vinder

TRIBE Member
ack, forgot, mark scaife's set was sooooo good though. he keeps playing harder and harder, i love it! i forced myself not to dance at the beginning, cause it was too early and i wanted to "save myself", what a mistake, his was the only music that got me really moving all night.

can't wait to see him next week (i think it's residents night?) throw it down proper along with che in the back room!
 

*tranner*

TRIBE Member
Scaife's set was fantastic. I noticed his set was a bit more melodic than usual, not what I expected but still good. I've been wanting to hear some really dark beats lately and I got what I came for with Creamer's set. My dancing was restricted to a monotonous shuffle for the most part though, so it was music more for my ears than for my feet.
 

wunderfly

TRIBE Member
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argh what a frustrating set!! the ups were too fucking short! and too far in between... but I couldnt stop dancing... wholy fucking torture batman.

pet
 

Jazz

TRIBE Member
Scaife - Great warm up set, one of the better sets i've heard from him in a while.

Creamer - Overall a good set, but it could have been better... but I came expecting deep, dark progressive from him, and thats what I got, so I was not dissapointed at all... and he kept me dancing for most of the night, so mission accomplished...

Vinder, you closet Techno-snob, go take your "boring" talk to the techno forumn


Kul Kat... nice meeting you! ...well, I think it was you that I met
 
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vinder

TRIBE Member
<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Jazz:
Scaife - Great warm up set, one of the better sets i've heard from him in a while.

Creamer - Overall a good set, but it could have been better... but I came expecting deep, dark progressive from him, and thats what I got, so I was not dissapointed at all... and he kept me dancing for most of the night, so mission accomplished...

Vinder, you closet Techno-snob, go take your "boring" talk to the techno forumn


Kul Kat... nice meeting you! ...well, I think it was you that I met
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closet techno snob, you can't be talking about me


maybe if i had smoked a big fat one i might've found it interesting too
but seriously, it was good chilling or driving music, not good dancing music. i think tranner said it best, good music for my ears, not my feet.
 

kul-kat

TRIBE Member
yup. MalGlo, i think we did meet by the bar. you were bringing me up to date on the privileges of being a tribe member


Jazz, it was nice meeting you as well.
 

liquidgenesis

TRIBE Member
Overall a wicked night. The music was good, but the company was better. I love my freinds.
Mark started off slow and melodic which was ok, but got darker and harder towards the end. Creamer was actually pretty good. I wasn't expecting much from him so I was pleasantly surprised. Behrouz is just like I remembered him back in July. Too many build-ups, so I really couldn't get into his set. Stayed for a 45 mins into his set then left.
Like I said, what really made my night is that I was with the people I love, and as long as I'm with them, I'll always have a good time.
Special shout out to Michelle. I can't believe you remember that we met at Danny Howells. That was a month ago. Hopefully I'll see you again the next time I go to system.
 
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