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Interview with Broken Toy - Very Interesting

MercuryFall
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Posted : Nov 9, 2006 14:53
http://www.monkeysfist.co.za/2006/10/10/broken-toy-interviewed

This guy has a mouth and is not afraid to use it

My favourite bit:

"I just have to add here, that in trance music , there is absolutely nothing that inspires me. This whole full-on thing is a disgrace and i dont have any time for this dark psy thing either. There is no trance act out there that is trying to capture that feeling of massive epicness that transcended label and description. Its all killer drops, build ups and trendy pop music now."

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psy^soldier
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Posted : Nov 9, 2006 19:44
doesnt he make fullon music?!
Krell
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Posted : Nov 9, 2006 19:48
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On 2006-11-09 19:44, psy^soldier wrote:
doesnt he make fullon music?!



I would say so

But still, great interview, I enjoyed it, good work

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Basilisk
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Posted : Nov 9, 2006 20:35
I am glad he mentions his time in Canada... we had as much fun as he did, I reckon very nice guy, with some different ideas on trance, and yeah--we totally get "the funk thing"...
daksinamurti
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Posted : Nov 10, 2006 04:26
Nice interview ... cant wait for the collaboration with Damage !!           www.sangomarecords.com
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Freeflow
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Posted : Nov 10, 2006 06:14
"What was your best experience in front of a live crowd?"

"Well, we can talk about playing in front of massive big crowds and all that shit, but those parties tend to be visually amazing without much vibe. I enjoy any live set where I dont have to be separated from the crowd or put on some stupid massive stage. If I can be on dancefloor level and right with the people, I`m guaranteed a rocking party. Otherwise it sucks. End of story. I hate being high up on some stage. I`m not a rock band and I`m not a dancing clown, so I should’nt really have a spectacle made of me."


best thing i heard in a long time...

IndiAlien
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Posted : Nov 10, 2006 07:59
really good read... he rocked delhi when he came... played at dancefloor level

love having this creature @ the wheel
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TrippyJohnny
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Posted : Nov 10, 2006 11:56
It's funny that quite a few other artists have said the exact same thing for a long time now but all they got was a "shut it you are an artist and should not raise your voice.. back in line as a good boy"...
But when it's in an interview and not in a comment on a forum then it's suddently great and "brave" of Jimmy. I smell some doublestandard here.

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Acidhive
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Posted : Nov 10, 2006 11:59
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On 2006-11-10 11:56, TrippyJohnny wrote:
It's funny that quite a few other artists have said the exact same thing for a long time now but all they got was a "shut it you are an artist and should not raise your voice.. back in line as a good boy"...
But when it's in an interview and not in a comment on a forum then it's suddently great and "brave" of Jimmy. I smell some doublestandard here.






Yup, ofcourse it's also pretty strange for him to talk shit about darkpsy and full-on while his own music is really similar to those styles. Makes you wonder if he believes in what he does.           "Subconscious unravels at the point of death, and all time it has known erupts into a moment. As death extinguishes us, so we become it."

[Esoteric: Subconscious Dissolution Into The Continuum]
TrippyJohnny
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Posted : Nov 10, 2006 12:04
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On 2006-11-10 11:59, Acidhive wrote:
Yup, ofcourse it's also pretty strange for him to talk shit about darkpsy and full-on while his own music is really similar to those styles. Makes you wonder if he believes in what he does.



I have never had the urge to really listen to his music so I would not really know. I do know from direct communication with quite a few of the oldtimers who now are "megastars" that they really do not like the music they make. They just do it to support their "high spender" lifestyles.
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keyop
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Posted : Nov 10, 2006 13:23


I have never had the urge to really listen to his music so I would not really know. I do know from direct communication with quite a few of the oldtimers who now are "megastars" that they really do not like the music they make. They just do it to support their "high spender" lifestyles.

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Like who?
TrippyJohnny
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Posted : Nov 10, 2006 14:01
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On 2006-11-10 13:23, keyop wrote:
Like who?



Obviously I am not going to name any names for the simple facts that.

1: It was said in confidence
2: It's their sake how they choose to live their lives and what music they do
3: It would just cause a unnessesary flaming.

I used the example to point out that some artists feel they have to make music they do not really like in order to get gigs and maintain a lifestyle they have grown used to.           http://www.peopleagainstpeace.net/
Tris
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Posted : Nov 10, 2006 14:08
Quote:

On 2006-11-10 06:14, Freeflow wrote:

"Well, we can talk about playing in front of massive big crowds and all that shit, but those parties tend to be visually amazing without much vibe. I enjoy any live set where I dont have to be separated from the crowd or put on some stupid massive stage. If I can be on dancefloor level and right with the people, I`m guaranteed a rocking party. Otherwise it sucks. End of story. I hate being high up on some stage. I`m not a rock band and I`m not a dancing clown, so I should’nt really have a spectacle made of me."

best thing i heard in a long time...



Yes, I like this part too.
And this kind of party and attitude.
shahar
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Posted : Nov 20, 2006 20:31
What a nice interview and what a nice guy.
Gonna check his music.           ---------------------------------------------
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Madpup
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Posted : Nov 22, 2006 16:41
Such a nice guy that he managed to flame the whole scene that he is a part of!

From what i heard his music doesn't really stand out in the sea of mediocrity that he is talking about, there are superior acts out there to him.
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