I watch a lot of old skool rave/breakbeat music videos... the comments from those who were there are most enjoyable
From the forthcoming album 'Funkadelic - Reworked by Detroiters'.
A diverse selection of remixers from today’s generation of Detroit producers and musicians, looking back at the immense legacy of Funkadelic and re-imagining it for now, With the re-interpreters chosen to prismatically represent the vastness of Funkadelic’s genre-bending music.
I've been revisiting Hardfloor of late... you might appreciate their remix of Yeke Yeke
do most of my listening on my computer which has a cheap set of speakers and sub connected, youtube mainly - has all the house/techno/electropnic stuff that no one has licensed to any digital platforms
that afro house nonsense is fantastic!
Lorde playing the powerstation is bloody great, and an all ages... respect
bloody hell that Stinky Jim mix is the nuts, bauhaus... madness
It’s obviously not aimed at Millenials themselves because they don’t even read Granny.
these articles do buy into the narrative that if you forgo smashed avo and work hard you too can own a home (with mummies and daddies help) - if young people weren't so lazy and drugged up they'd have that fruit picking job and home on a hill
its the kiwi dream
the government will attempt to prevent all those mortgages from going upside-down
I think you've confused mortgages with banks, individuals will be left to the market...
I've a very similar experience to you (been vaping - argh I loathe that term - for a couple of years now), though haven't really tried to cut nicotine levels as much as I could but am happy with where I am...
I've saved a lot of money... feel healthier... smell nicer... and while I still buy the very occasional packet of marlboros for occasions (I like smoking) I also know never have to because of my addiction - which is liberating in itself
I've managed all of this without trying to give up nor pretending I am
ahh I should have known that.... so if ads follow the cookies they'd only turn up on a nazi site if I went to said site
In which case isn't the problem with those individuals companies are targeting via tracked cookies not the sites themselves? Even nazis want insurance, juicy rentals and banking I am guessing - please note I'm not a nazi, nor visitor of such sites, and no one can prove I am until my ISP sells my search/browser history... *sigh*
they may look stupid but the entire story is now 100% fixed on map locations, village names and not the actual events, you know the actual story/allegations - the spin has spun the story into the realm the public will now zone out of, if they've not already... which doesn't help with maintaining pressure on a very hesitant to do anything English to launch an inquiry
right now I imagine the comms team and/or PR peeps at NZDF are feeling pretty good about this skirmish