Hello UK !!!



Hi everyone!

I'm glad i found this forum. My name is Julien (Julian, whatever) I'm in Montreal eastern Canada*, I'm a long time psytrance addict and I'm visiting Europe for the first time in the fall (automn) of this year.

I'd like to know, if anyone is actually reading this, if someone would like to keep an email correspondance with me. First, that way if you come to Canada* I can be your host with all my hostil... uuh I mean hospitality. :Wink3: And second, I would like to know at least a person or two in the UK when I fly there. It would really make things easier for me. Really.

Now about me. I'm in the psytrance scene here since about seven years I used to DJ more but now some mates and I are into composing. I work with hardware mostly but I also work with people on software setups. The ultimate object is to play live in parties. Personally I don't care about money as long as I can party (and pay my rent, of course).

Also I am fascinated by languages, especially foreing ones (i.e. other than French and English).
I dig Protoculture, Shpongle, Hujaboy, Rink-a-Dink, and a sh--load of old stuff and I totally get off my tits about Infected Mushroom since the beginning. I guess It's my weakspot.

Well I hope I meet as many interesting psyfreaks as I can from across the Atlantique.

*Canada: do not come here between december and march. Unless of course you like -40?C

See ya

p.s. I love your accent!
</div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (Julien @ Feb 24 2004, 08:44 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> *Canada: do not come here between december and march. Unless of course you like -40?C [/quote:933669eba3]
Heck, I'd come over anyday just to experience that for a change. The last few Finnish winters have been close to bad jokes told by wannabe stand-up comedians when it comes to below-zero temperatures...we haven't even hit -25 degrees celsius yet which is a requirement for me to call this season winter.

Oh yes, welcome aBoard :lol:

Too bad that I can't help you with the UK department though...primarily since I'm not from there :blink:

And once again: :welcome: