Just found those at our local BK.
PS: McD Happy Meal offers Star Wars …
Check Fred’s birthday gifts.
Of course you often and understandably wonder where the D.H.S. finds all the wonderful music for their mixes. Well as we believe all wonderful music should be heard, we gladly reveal where at least one third of our seminal record collection was purchased. It’s a small shop called Plattenkiste, located in Germany’s beautiful seaside town Kiel, in Möllingstr. 26. It’s run for decades by Frank, his wife and his daughter, all of whom only have a marginal interest in music, but a huge supply of it nonetheless. If you are not afraid to get your fingers dirty, and if you have the patience to flick through the tenth Barclay James Harvest Live In Berlin-album and the whole back catalogue of Joe Cocker, Mike + The Mechanics, Richard Marx and the likes, you find the gems hidden in crates upon crates upon crates. The items are in varying states of decay, you better check if the record contained matches the sleeve, the whole stock is completely unsorted, and to make things even more difficult, it gets more or less totally rearranged with every weekly flea market they attend with their stuff. But still, every week new miracles can happen, and best of all, every record is available for a standard price of € 1.50, regardless of format or rarity status. Which is guaranteed to make you smile, as you exit the place with a full bag of highly sought after treasures other diggers just spent a fortune on somewhere else on the planet (or in the web).
Expect a survey of our latest finds in a Druffmix soon and always remember people, you can’t beat the real thing, however long you may travel.
Don’t worry about us though, our design is dilettante for a reason. You will agree in ten years.
First Twitter then Flutter, but still we are wasting too much time we could better spend in bars on typing and spellchecking. Thankfully our dear friend Anita came up with something very useful to at least search and destroy around 5% of our daily heap.
This gadget for instance shortens a ‘lil text like “No, of course we also think that Phonique is the best Deep House DJ any year.” to something even more ‘lil:
“ocw attpitbd hday.”
And you can then proceed to spellcheck the thing with this gadget.
Our bureau in Paris is celebrating Disco le plus cool this weekend. You know, nerds, Daniele is that guy from Italy who really knows what Cosmic is. Wise up!
This goes out to our famous toys and shelf porn…Japanese toys adopted by Hasbro in the US and made into a success story. Optimus and friends came to Earth’s TV screens in the Orvellian year of 1984 with the mini series “More than Meets the Eye”. Let’s support the Autobots’ struggle against evil.