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dj426

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Posted : Jun 24, 2008 16:49
people if you want to see a different type of a festival then check out :

http://www.meltfestival.de

the location & line up is amazing...
its' like a giant club,

this is the shit !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Ulterior
IsraTrance Junior Member

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Posts :  531
Posted : Jun 24, 2008 19:05
very good           Music is the only language that come very close to silence (OSHO)

http://www.myspace.com/boxiulterior
diskOtek
Entek

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Posts :  953
Posted : Jun 24, 2008 19:23
Quote:

On 2008-06-24 16:49, dj426 wrote:
people if you want to see a different type of a festival then check out :

http://www.meltfestival.de

the location & line up is amazing...
its' like a giant club,

this is the shit !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



haha i can't help it not saying but i ll go there and really can't wait!
Alex Boshke
IsraTrance Full Member

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Posts :  613
Posted : Jun 26, 2008 00:46
i always liked BOOM festival as a festival, not as a music festival, but as the coolest freakorama and meeting point , the effort is always there too ...its not about the music...so the fact that they got an alternative floor is just another big add to the festivals atmosphere i think and its just making it better for those who likes to go to BOOM specially
dj426

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Posted : Jun 26, 2008 20:44
other different & interesting event with nice line up :

www.circleoflove.de
Random14


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Posts :  160
Posted : Jun 27, 2008 23:15
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On 2008-06-26 00:46, Alex Boshke wrote:
i always liked BOOM festival as a festival, not as a music festival, but as the coolest freakorama and meeting point , the effort is always there too ...its not about the music...so the fact that they got an alternative floor is just another big add to the festivals atmosphere i think and its just making it better for those who likes to go to BOOM specially





I second that

Well said


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corta mocas

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Posts :  145
Posted : Jun 29, 2008 22:36
i found this and i still disappointed(besides this topic refers to groovy beach and we are talking about line ups,not questioning the festivals quality)

http://psyte.uol.com.br/aspx/redacao/noticias/noticia.aspx?seq=329


have fun
corta mocas

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Posts :  145
Posted : Jul 1, 2008 17:18
it seems that the link doesnt work sorry....in that site if you go....home and then news it is somewhere the boom line up
Alex Boshke
IsraTrance Full Member

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Posted : Aug 19, 2008 16:43
after all , this stage made its job big time! the sound system was amazing and the music was the best alternative to the main floor, i think many organziers must take it as example as the always full and packed Groovy Beach is a proof that there is people whom enjoying to dance to the different alternative contemporary dance music from dubstep and breaks to techno and electro!
          www.boshkebeats.com
www.myspace.com/alextolstey
www.myspace.com/therockitmen
www.myspace.com/tripledistilled14
www.myspace.com/boshkebeats
malas

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Posted : Aug 25, 2008 15:48
Even thought i'm a psy fan, i loved the music groovy beach was playing the few times i was there. Especially during the early hours (around 2am ?) of the 16th and the last night after the end (0:00-6:00am).
Can anyone tell me who was playing? I got the impression that it was the same guy, but i'm not that familiar with techno/minimal to know for sure.
Thanks.
corta mocas

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Posted : Aug 26, 2008 01:13
i just dont understand why they played all the afternoons the same discotheque shit(same playlist all the days.......making after all 35 hours of pure non sense.....kizomba,pop,rock,reggaeton.....)the first day was funny,but all the days.....and it was completely disturbing the ambient forest mood all the ntime........so we had two chill outs in competition ............why?...............think.....35 hours where talented portuguese artists could possibly have shown their magic......................sad
Alex Boshke
IsraTrance Full Member

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Posted : Aug 27, 2008 23:53
yes i agree those discoteque djs on cocaine were horrible at afternoons:))) playing Bee Gees is a bit too.. well i guess its just our taste:)           www.boshkebeats.com
www.myspace.com/alextolstey
www.myspace.com/therockitmen
www.myspace.com/tripledistilled14
www.myspace.com/boshkebeats
salvia_divinorum
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Posts :  1123
Posted : Sep 2, 2008 21:42
groovy beach was amazing.. extrawelt, paul ritch, all those mornings, great!!           When I dance, I put myself in the DJ's hands to take me to a journey - the unconscious journey to reality

KARKEIJA KREW!!!!!!!! dancing is the phrr fo da powa
Alex Boshke
IsraTrance Full Member

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Posts :  613
Posted : Sep 3, 2008 00:04







Melting the Groovy Beach...

https://rcpt.yousendit.com/602541601/9dc5f73872e4c8097aed15571b7d7a8e
          www.boshkebeats.com
www.myspace.com/alextolstey
www.myspace.com/therockitmen
www.myspace.com/tripledistilled14
www.myspace.com/boshkebeats
ForgoneConfusion


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Posts :  23
Posted : Sep 3, 2008 14:45
it was quite amuzing to have something different to check-out
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