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  1. Chelsea's Transfer Targets

    'If I want Messi, Ronaldo & Mbappe I might get knocked back!' - Lampard explains Chelsea transfer process https://www.goal.com/en/news/if-i-want-messi-ronaldo-mbappe-i-might-get-knocked-back/ylk8810wqug015sunxxed61tr
  2. Chelsea's Transfer Targets

    Ashley Cole tells Chelsea FC to sign ‘quality’ 22-year-old Ashley Cole wants to see Chelsea FC seal a deal to sign Ben Chilwell from Leicester City https://www.thesportreview.com/2019/12/chelsea-fc-news-frank-lampard-cole-chilwell/ Ashley Cole has admitted that he would love to see Chelsea FC sign Ben Chilwell from Leicester City. The Foxes defender has been earning lots of praise for his solid performances for Leicester City this season and Cole thinks he would be a good fit for Chelsea FC. The Blues are now of course free to sign players in the January transfer window after their ban was overturned by the Court of Arbitration for Sport last week. Chelsea FC are bound to be linked with a host of players in the coming weeks as Frank Lampard considers bolstering his squad ahead of the second half of the campaign. Chilwell has been in good form for Brendan Rodgers’ Leicester City team this season and he has scored one goal and made three assists in the Premier League so far. snip
  3. djmag Podcast 118: Pinch Dubstep legend Pinch dishes up an hour of cutting-edge bass manoeuvres and propulsive rhythms as part of our Podcast mix series... Interview : https://djmag.com/content/podcast-118-pinch Tracklist: 1. Mumdance & Logos ‘Cold (Shapednoise’s Crystalline Remix)’ [Forthcoming on Tectonic] 2. Cocktail Party Effect ‘The State Of It’ [Unreleased] 3. Elmono ‘Cooper’s Dream’ [Unreleased] 4. Hezziane ‘Pivot’ [Forthcoming on Cold Recordings] 5. L.B. Dub Corp ‘Roar’ [Stroboscopic Artefacts] 6. A Shallow Aesthetic ‘Salepsa’ [Horo] 7. Nastika ‘Black Sun’ [Horo] 8. Pinch & Mumdance ’Strobe Light (VIP)’ [Tectonic/Unreleased] 9. Asok ’To Think I Hesitated’ [Lobster Theramin] 10. Walton ‘More Cowbell’ [Tectonic] 11. Szare ‘Cut With Glass’ [Polity] 12. The Burrell Connection ‘Hyper_14.255’ [Craigie Knowes] 13. Solid Blake ‘Soap Cube’ [Seilshceibenpfeiler Schallplatten Berlin] 14. Batu ‘????’ [Unreleased] 15. Young Hunting ‘Melancholia’ [Persephonic Sirens] 16. Sully & Outer Heaven ‘Dream Sequence’ [Rupture LDN] 17. ‘Hoover1’ [HOOVER] 18. Sir Hiss ‘Jump Start’ [Unreleased] 19. Smith & Mighty ‘Filmscore’ [Tectonic & Punch Drunk]
  4. 18. Olivier Giroud

    He loves the Europa League, lololol which is where Inter are now (biggest club by far to crash out at CL Group Stage, far better than that depleted Ajax side, sorry Ziyech lovers ) Giroud went from a club I fucking hate more than all but spuds, victimpool and manure to now, if he goes to Inter my 1st (obviously) and 2nd favourites clubs
  5. The Pub - Discuss Anything

    https://shop.mikkeller.dk/products/mikkeller-water-series Long time followers will know that we have always loved to take the exploratory and educational approach to beer. That applied to the single hop series, that featured the same base beer with different hops and the yeast series. Now, we're back with another attempt at brewing something that will highlight the small and subtle difference that comes from using water from different sources. While it may sound like a random choice, water is a huge part of brewing a beer, and in many cases, the water used is crucial to the end results. This time, we've chosen water from four different places, Denmark, Pacific, Czech Republic and Burton on Trent in the UK. Get out your notepads, it's time to see if you can pick out which water type you prefer for this beer. Choose below or go for all 4: Please note: Display box only available with the purchase of the 4-pack Brewed by Mikkeller at D'Proef in Belgium
  6. The Pub - Discuss Anything

    ADIDAS SL 72 RAW GREEN EG5198 https://www.sivasdescalzo.com/en/adidas-sl-72-eg5198
  7. Politics & Stuff

    Britain’s election Victory for Boris Johnson’s all-new Tories The Conservatives’ capture of the north points to a realignment in British politics. Will it last? https://www.economist.com/leaders/2019/12/13/victory-for-boris-johnsons-all-new-tories BRITAIN’S ELECTION on December 12th was the most unpredictable in years—yet in the end the result was crushingly one-sided. As we went to press the next morning, Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party was heading for a majority of well over 70, the largest Tory margin since the days of Margaret Thatcher. Labour, meanwhile, was expecting its worst result since the 1930s. Mr Johnson, who diced with the possibility of being one of Britain’s shortest-serving prime ministers, is now all-powerful. The immediate consequence is that, for the first time since the referendum of 2016, it is clear that Britain will leave the European Union. By the end of January it will be out—though Brexit will still be far from “done”, as Mr Johnson promises. But the Tories’ triumph also shows something else: that a profound realignment in British politics has taken place. Mr Johnson’s victory saw the Conservatives taking territory that Labour had held for nearly a century. The party of the rich buried Labour under the votes of working-class northerners and Midlanders. After a decade of governments struggling with weak or non-existent majorities, Britain now has a prime minister with immense personal authority and a free rein in Parliament. Like Thatcher and Tony Blair, who also enjoyed large majorities, Mr Johnson has the chance to set Britain on a new course—but only if his government can also grapple with some truly daunting tasks. A cold coming they had of it On a rainswept night the Conservatives marched into constituencies long seen as Labour strongholds (see Britain section). Blyth Valley, an ex-mining community in the north-east where Tories have for generations been the enemy, fell before midnight. Wrexham, Labour turf for more than 80 years, declared for the Conservatives at 2am. Great Grimsby, a struggling northern port held by Labour since the second world war, was taken soon after. By dawn it was clear that the “red wall” of Labour constituencies, which stretched unbroken from north Wales to Yorkshire, had been demolished. Mr Johnson was lucky in his opponent. Jeremy Corbyn, Labour’s leader, was shunned by voters, who doubted his promises on the economy, rejected his embrace of dictators and terrorists and were unconvinced by his claims to reject anti-Semitism. But the result also vindicates Mr Johnson’s high-risk strategy of targeting working-class Brexit voters. Some of them switched to the Tories, others to the Brexit Party, but the effect was the same: to deprive Labour of its majority in dozens of seats. Five years ago, under David Cameron, the Conservative Party was a broadly liberal outfit, preaching free markets as it embraced gay marriage and environmentalism. Mr Johnson has yanked it to the left on economics, promising public spending and state aid for struggling industries, and to the right on culture, calling for longer prison sentences and complaining that European migrants “treat the UK as though it’s basically part of their own country.” Some liberal Tories hate the Trumpification of their party (the Conservative vote went down in some wealthy southern seats). But the election showed that they were far outnumbered by blue-collar defections from Labour farther north. This realignment may well last. The Tories’ new prospectus is calculated to take advantage of a long-term shift in voters’ behaviour which predates the Brexit referendum. Over several decades, economic attitudes have been replaced by cultural ones as the main predictor of party affiliation. Even at the last election, in 2017, working-class voters were almost as likely as professional ones to back the Tories. Mr Johnson rode a wave that was already washing over Britain. Donald Trump has shown how conservative positions on cultural matters can hold together a coalition of rich and poor voters. And Mr Johnson has an extra advantage in that his is unlikely to face strong opposition soon. Labour looks certain to be in the doldrums for a long time (see Bagehot). The Liberal Democrats had a dreadful night in which their leader, Jo Swinson, lost her seat. Yet the Tories’ mighty new coalition is sure to come under strain. With its mix of blue collars and red trousers, the new party is ideologically incoherent. The northern votes are merely on loan. To keep them Mr Johnson will have to give people what they want—which means infrastructure, spending on health and welfare, and a tight immigration policy. By contrast, the Tories’ old supporters in the south believe that leaving the EU will unshackle Britain and usher in an era of freewheeling globalism. Mr Johnson will doubtless try to paper over the differences. However, whereas Mr Trump’s new coalition in America has been helped along by a roaring economy, post-Brexit Britain is likely to stall. Any vulnerabilities in the Tories’ new coalition will be ruthlessly found out by the trials ahead. Brexit will formally happen next month, to much fanfare. Yet the difficult bit, negotiating the future relationship with Europe, lies ahead. The hardest arguments, about whether to forgo market access for the ability to deregulate, have not begun. Mr Johnson will either have to face down his own Brexit ultras or hammer the economy with a minimal EU deal. As he negotiates the exit from one union he will face a crisis in another. The Scottish National Party won a landslide this week, taking seats from the Tories, and expects to do well in Scottish elections in 2021. After Brexit, which Scots voted strongly against, the case for an independence referendum will be powerful. Yet Mr Johnson says he will not allow one. Likewise in Northern Ireland, neither unionists nor republicans can abide the prime minister’s Brexit plans. All this will add fuel to a fight over whether powers returning from Brussels reside in Westminster or Belfast, Cardiff and Edinburgh. The judiciary is likely to have to step in—and face a hostile prime minister whose manifesto promises that the courts will not be used “to conduct politics by another means or to create needless delays”. Led all that way for birth or death? There is no doubting the strength of Mr Johnson’s position. He has established his personal authority by running a campaign that beat most expectations. His party has been purged of rebels, and their places taken by a new intake that owes its loyalty to him personally. Having lost control of Parliament for years, Downing Street is once more in charge. Mr Johnson will be jubilant about the scale of his victory, and understandably so. But he should remember that the Labour Party’s red wall has only lent him its vote. The political realignment he has pulled off is still far from secure. This article appeared in the Leaders section of the print edition under the headline "Victory for Boris Johnson’s all-new Tories"
  8. Conor Gallagher

    Alex Telles is sooooo good at corner kicks
  9. Politics & Stuff

    yep,the Baltics square in the crosshairs on a lighter note Eesti kiirabi tunnuslause: 'Aeg parandab kõik haavad'.
  10. KODE9 FOR MAHARISHI - HYPERDUB 2014-2019 DRIVE-BY A sloppy drive by on the last 5 years or so of Hyperdub releases, channelling the maharishi spirit by fusing influences from east and west, north and south. Tracklist: Dean Blunt - Darcus Nazar feat. Shannen SP - Airstrike Endgame - Sittin Ere Angel Ho - Pose Angel Ho - Drama Ikonika - Git Gud Kode9 & the Spaceape - Devil is a Liar Fhloston Paradigm - Faith Burial - Young Death Laurel Halo - Jelly Loraine James - Sick 9 Burial - Rodent Lee Gamble - Many Gods, Many Angels Jessy Lanza - Fuck Diamonds (Bambounou Rmx) DJ Haram - No Idol (Remix) DJ Haram - Gemini Cooly G - Booboo Okzharp & Manthe Ribane - Maybe This Fatima Al Qadiri fet. Bobo Secret & Lama3an- Alkahaf Dj Lag & Okzharp - One KG & Scratchclart - Baga Drmz Zomby & Darkstar - Quandry Cooly G - Hard Burial - Loner Doon Kanda - Axolotl Nazar - Warning Shots Nazar - Enclave Fatima Al Qadiri - Shanghai Freeway Scratcha DVA - FD [14] Lady Lykez & Scratchclart - Drmatic Doon Kanda - Pieridae Flowdan & Footsie - Ambush Zomby - Reflection Kode9 - Respirator Myhsa - Sanaa Lathan Burial - Rodent (Kode9 Rmx) Proc Fiskal - Prop O Deed Lee Gamble - Ghost DJ Taye - 9090 DJ Taye feat. Dj Manny - Need It Okzharp & Manthe Ribane - Zagga DJ Rashad & Dj Spinn - Brighter Days DJ Heavee - Icemaster DJ Taye feat. DJ Earl - Go 2 Sleep Quarta 330 - Yatagarasu DJ Taye - Burnin Ya Boa DJ Tre - DnB Spaceout Proc Fiskal - Scotch Precog Babyfather - N.A.Z DJ Rashad & Gantman - Cause I Know U Feel Dj Rashad - CCCP2 Lee Gamble - In the Wreck Room Scratcha DVA - Pink22 (DJ Phil Rmx) DJ Tre - Its House Hybrid Proc Fiskal - Lamentation Kode9 - Kan Dj Spinn - All My Teklife Jessy Lanza - Could B U (DJ Taye & DJ Spinn Rmx) Jessy Lanza - Could B U Mana - Leverage for Survival Klein - Cry Theme MAHARISHI X HYPERDUB X AIAIAI Founded in 2004 by Kode9, Hyperdub Records celebrates its 15th anniversary with a three way collaboration alongside maharishi and AIAIAI. The South London label's international roster has continued to mutate and pioneer in the interzones of electronic music – best known for releasing artists such as Burial and the late Chicago footwork pioneer, DJ Rashad. https://www.maharishistore.com/collections/man/maharishi-x-hyperdub-x-aiaiai
  11. Diplo & SIDEPIECE - On My Mind
  12. The Pub - Discuss Anything

    Devambez Is the Goyard of Rolling Paper https://www.highsnobiety.com/p/devambez-rolling-paper/ For the longest time weed heads have been on the quest for the best possible flower only so they can smoke it in $2 rolling papers or cheap cigars. That’s like putting a michelin star meal on a paper plate. but as the world of cannabis continues to elevate itself, It is inevitable that a group of enthusiasts would start wanting the best possible products and experiences. Finally companies are opening up their eyes and targeting this consumer. Brands like Palace and Vetements have made items like grinders and rolling papers, but never has a true heritage luxury brand taken a jab at it until now. When word got around that there was a company called Devambez making $88 rolling paper, the immediate reaction was what is the gimmick? But there is no need for a gimmick. Much like Louis Vuitton and Burberry, their heritage and artisanal practices dictate the price of their rolling paper. Devambez was founded in 1826 in France working with royal families making their dinner menus, invitations, and name cards for all occasions. Once royal families in France started to lose power and respect, the business shifted into producing high-quality stationery for some of the most famous artists of the 20th century, including Picasso, Rodin, and De Chirico. In short, Devambez know a thing or two about what makes good paper. Their creative direction was key to their rise making sure everything they did was done with the highest level of quality, precision, and taste. For a while they became an advertising agency until taking a bit of a hiatus until recent years when they were commissioned by Goyard to produce a book filled with masterful prints showcasing how extreme and opulent traveling used to be back when ships were the prominent way to travel, and your staff was handling all your custom made trunks carrying your newly purchased items from other lands. There are only 233 made of what is considered to be the “the bible of luxury” according to the NY Times. After completing that project which took years, back to the drawing board Devambez went as they tried to figure out how paper is used the most in today’s world. High quality stationary is more novelty now and with money and important documents all becoming electronic, where does paper fit in? Finally they landed on rolling paper, one of the few ways paper is actually thriving and growing in this digital age. The idea was to create something very elevated and elegant, while staying true to french luxury. It was a process to start developing this. They worked with JOB de Jean Bardou, which is also a very influential and important player in the luxury rolling paper world to help flush out their idea. They took their time to find the perfect organic hemp paper, which they have found in in the Champagne region right next to Moet Chandon’s fields. Devambez did not cut any corners when they were working with royal families, or when working top artists, and are not cutting any corners now that they have moved into the world of smoking accessories. No machines are involved at all. Everything is done by hand and no pieces are identical. Their boxes are made by the same company that makes Chanel and Hermes’, the gold leaf logo is done by a marquage artisan who was named a national living treasure in France. It is about the sensory experience. All of the products are about how it feels and looks. So many are always on the quest for the best flower, but never the best paper, and there is no way to truly taste the best flower when it’s wrapped in inferior paper. Devambez is just acting as the crystal wine glass you drink your beautifully aged vino in. Their first delivery was to colette right before they closed back in 2017 as a personal ask from Sarah Andelman, which was a pivotal moment for them in terms of launching it to the world. They teamed up with Barney’s to be apart of their “High End” section focusing on quality smoking products in their LA location, and later curated a permanent standing section in the Flagship Madison Avenue location o the ground floor before the legendary stores closed. Today there is a responsibility that comes with making things, and with new brands popping up everyday, there are elements from the old world that have been lost. Devambez is celebrating and showing respect to the brand’s legacy and other companies legacies that believed in these artisanal practices. The masterminds behind the brand would like to remain anonymous. They want the quality of their work to be the only focus. You can currently find their products and stay up to date on their new items by visiting their site devambez.com, and will be sold at the Perrotin’s holiday pop up at the bookstore in LES located at 130 Orchard St, New York, NY 10002 starting at 2pm.
  13. The English Football Thread

    PGMOL equals Bindipper EPL title protection squadron