This story is everywhere. A lot of bad publicity, but then again "There's not such thing as bad publicity."
You can defend them all you want, in fact I admire you for doing so, but don't you find it a little suspect that whenever these characters change their style and sound - it's always a "coincidence" they select whatever sound happens to be "popular" that month? - John Askew
A lot of artists today are just victims, not having control, and they're not free. And that's pathetic. If you start being dependent on money, then money has to reach a point to fit your expenses. - Thomas Bangalter
Registered: Jun 2006
Location: miami, florida
There are 2 sides to every story. I've seen Dubfire, Cox, Gaiser, Zabiela & Hawtin all drop sets @ Mansion that were far from commercial. Yet somehow they all survived Mansion's 'commercial-only police squad' and were able to finish their sets. So I suspect he was booted from the decks more so for clearing the dancefloor faster than a Chinese fire drill, than for any other reason ...