Thursday, May 25, 2017

King Farmer - The May Bank Holiday Alldayer 2017

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King Farms on the party tip, got the place rocking and the Hen Do’s loving it!


Recorded live from the The May Bank Holiday All Dayer at the Angel, Exeter.





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King Farmer - The May Bank Holiday Alldayer 2017

Benjis Reggae Bus Presents Return of the Dread - i

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No OMC Alldayer this May Bank Holiday Sunday as a bunch of us are off to the Shindig Festival, but have no fear allday chums, Benjis Reggae Bus are stepping up and taking over!


Yes Yes People, The Reggae Bus Alldayer is back in town and brings you…. Return of the Dread – i


Not the reggae music has any links what so ever to star wars but it does make for a bloody brilliant flyer.



Soooooolectors…


Don Snizzles

More than a few Owls

King Shango

Benny OMC

+ More TBC


Expect a couple of random people in minimal star wars gear plus loads of wicked tunes & booze


Full details can be found over on their Facebook Event Page



Benjis Reggae Bus Presents Return of the Dread - i

Saturday, May 6, 2017

Boiler Room D&B Allstars Vol. 1 — Fabio & Grooverider, Randall, Doc Scott + DJ Flight

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This is probably one our fav Boiler Room sessions to date! So much kick ass jungle and energy, all the dons in one place throwing down HEAVY.


We’re mad excited to host Fabio & Grooverider aka “The Godfathers of D&B” who joined forces 25 years ago and are still at the forefront of the D&B scene.


One of Jungle’s most influential heads, Randall steps up to the plate as well as 31 Recordings boss Doc Scott and Metalheadz resident, DJ Flight.



Boiler Room D&B Allstars Vol. 1 — Fabio & Grooverider, Randall, Doc Scott + DJ Flight

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

OMC TV - OMC May Bank Holiday Alldayer

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Finally got OMC TV working, well 1 camera at least!


Pretty much most of it was recorded, give or take the odd bit, and the last video is just audio, as it was so damn hot and awesome we broke the camera! haha


Part 1 featuring Benny OMC, Emilio Smazz, Gwarn Owl and Mr Lexicon



Part 2 featuring King Farmer, Jeff Bass and Yiska (About 2 hours in the video feed goes down… still have audio tho)



Part 3 featuring Elka, Freddy Pimms, Jabru, Matt Anderson (Audio only)




OMC TV - OMC May Bank Holiday Alldayer

Friday, April 28, 2017

Rundle Review: "Guardians Of The Galaxy 2"

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The first in our new section on OMC. ‘Rundle Review‘  Richie and his kids Lucas, Forrest and Nina review films and such and let us know what they thought.



Richie:


I gave the first Guardians film a straight 10/10, pretty much the perfect movie and up there with Raiders and Empire.


The sequel is more of the same , and that’s no bad thing as far as I’m concerned. It’s bright and colourful and the screen is constantly filled with luminous slime and technicolour explosions. The soundtrack again keeps the action going and is once again perfect. Amazingly I watched the film completely spoiler free, I wouldn’t even read the soundtrack playlist, I urge you to try to watch it this way too as there are some cool guests, cameos and end credit scenes.


When I left the cinema this morning I gave it 9/10, It’s still my favourite offshoot of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and I look forward to the next chapter.



Lucas:


With an opening sequence that won’t be soon forgotten, Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2 kicks off just as explosively as hoped, maintaining the phenomenal standard of entertainment throughout each act that was previously seen in its predecessor.


The performances from the guardians were as funny as ever, with their respective forms of hilarity combing to create moments that’ll range from you being in stitches, to just simply grinning like an idiot as you witness the sheer awesomeness of it all.


Despite some complaints that can be found online against the “excessive” use of CGI, for me, the films use of special effects were brilliant, displaying the diversity of the Galaxy in an emphatic way. The use of CGI helped to achieve moments of beauty, intensity, and wonder seen in the travels of the Guardians. Additionally, sloppy digital effects would have probably damaged the more philosophical advancements that were made to the story of Peter Quill.


My one big criticism would be the with the plot, which is admittedly less compelling than that of the first instalment. It’s not necessarily a bad story by any means, just not as original as the thrilling adventure Volume 1 had given us. Volume 2 was ultimately a consistently funny and entertaining adventure with a soundtrack that hit the high levels of expectation, and a few classy cameos you won’t want to miss. It was great to see some of the side characters from volume 1 blossom and connect with the Guardians so much in this movie, particularly Michael Rooker’s character Yondu.


Whilst not as outstanding as the first instalment, it was still an excellent movie and for me it scores a solid 8/10. As expected, I’m hooked on a sequel.



Forrest:


I like the tree one 9/10



So there we have it, the scores are in and Guardians Of The Galaxy 2 gets a ‘Rundle Review‘ score of 26/30


If your off to the cinema this weekend to watch it let us know what you thought.



Rundle Review: "Guardians Of The Galaxy 2"

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

The Good Foot Xmas Party

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This Saturday The Good Foot get all festive in the Bishop Blaize for their annual Xmas Party!


DJ’s in control:


  • The Aerobosizer

  • DJ Spider

  • Young Bill

  • Wokka

  • Yiska

  • MC Pissed Uncle

Fun kicks off at 8pm and finishes at midnight plus its free and most importantly I will be out getting proper drunk as its my birthday weekend and I’ll be turning mad old.


More info can be found on their Facebook event page.




The Good Foot Xmas Party

Thursday, November 10, 2016

Help get SWU.FM back on air

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FM licence update:

We’re pleased to announce that we finally have the opportunity to apply for a full time FM licence this December! But first we have to show evidence of demand for SWU FM, to show the licensing authorities that people want a new FM radio station in Bristol.


We had an absolute blast when we played at SWU earlier this year and we fully support their license bid.


To get behind SWU all you need to do is fill in this short user survey on their website www.swu.fm/survey – it will only take 2 minutes of your time, and with a few clicks you can make a difference.


Listen again to our show and don’t forget to check out the SWU.fm mixcloud account as well for a treasure trove of top DJs and their show archives.




Help get SWU.FM back on air
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