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Hey, Just thought I'd introduce myself!

My names Dibbzy, and I'm 18...I live outside of Sydney but I try and commute as much as possible into the city to go clubbing. Listening to music keeps me happy. I don't just enjoy one single genre of music...I enjoy them all....so you will see me at Raves specialising in Trance, NRG, House and Beats....I've even enjoyed a few alternative and metal concerts (I love Silverchair to death).

I love the Ministry of Sound collection each new release never ceases to amaze me. John Course and Mark Dynamix are my GODS. I also love Armand van Helden, Eric Prydz, Kid Kenobi, Sash!, and even some of the DJ's which had big hits in the 90's such as DJ Hush ('Meet her at the Love Parade') and Jason Nevins ('It's like that').

Anyone else in this community located in the Mid North Coast region of NSW, Australia?

I will part by once again saying hey!
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The Judge and C-mos

Vote for Judge Jules in 2005; the country depends on it.

Remember, come May, vote The Trance Party.

But seriously, vote for Jules as the best World DJ for Trance...http://www.thedjlist.com/djs/JUDGE_JULES/

Jules isn't just a DJ, he's a well-spoken DJ, who did a degree in Law. His puns may be dry, but if you listen to him on saturdays 7 - 9pm, you'll notice that there's a very large sense of irony, in that he's playing trance for the weekend-has-landed urban gangs, and yet he's probably the most cultured man I've ever heard about. Just remember, he's a big fan of classical music too.

The Judge played an awesome tune on Saturday the 26th; it was called C-mos and Two Million Ways; it has the most wonderful futuristic melody I've ever heard; really gets the imagination flowing, conjuring up images of space age and urban locales. It's Dorian and it feels so dolorous, yet it instils you with hope.

C-mos and Two Million Ways -- http://www.djsuperstore.co.uk/item/dj-vinyl/077870-c-mos-2-million-ways-12-single-%C2%A36.95

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The record uses the melodic minor descending scale, but shifts the D to D#;

F#, G#, A, B, C#, D#, E, F#
    T   S  T  T   (T) S  T

Regular melodic des:
F#, G#, A, B, C#, D, E, F#
    T   S  T  T   S  T  T


What C-mos achieves with the Dorian scale is a very transcendent, urban sounding, industrial trance track.