Its pretty obvious from ur posts that ur just completely jealous of them. When I saw them at Hertfordshire uni - at the end of their set paying punters were queing up to shake their hands and tell them they rocked it, theyd had a wicked time...If thats getting ripped off then i'm all for it!!
why would i be jealous of them i said what they did on radio was the dogs nuts
plus i am a big fan of matt brooks earlier work as appaloosa on good looking records and all of there other dnb stuff like night train and small adventures
but just cos you are a producer it doesnt mean that you can call yourself a djs plus why are you bigging them up soo much ???
ive seen acts like yoda and flex and they are just pure quality LIVE and so have you, and all the cut up boys gigs are uni gigs not proper clubs its just pissed student's who are not even interested in the music they probably dont even know that they are not doing it live !!!! thats why they are getting hands shook at the end of the night.i hope that the cut up boys get more radio work cos thats where they belong just not in clubs.
im just sick and tired of watered down acts which cash in on unknowing punters!!
djs play records and producers make records
ive seen loads of producers that take up djing to cash in on there name or brand and mostly they are crap (few exceptions - fat boy slim , andy c, masters at work) and ive got tunes from djs that thought they would be good producers and they were ****!!
i suppose im just really after a good show when i go to see a dj and have higher expectations than most normal people, im glad you had a good time when you went to see them but i was just voicing my opinion on them and many other **** acts making money off of the radio 1 name
every one is entitled to there opinion mine just differs from yours the cut up boy will carry on getting work as djs as long as people go and see them or hear them on the radio and with them leaving radio one as dave peirce is leaving i think that they will find it harder to get work as djs and go back to the studio and make records which they are good at and leave the djing to the proffesionals