Mullie Live At Focus 2-4-14


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MullieMullie was the first DJ up for our “Hometown Heroes” night where we select a handful of local DJ’s that we think you should know about. Mullie comes from the Heartbeat Sound crew and he’s known for his deep style laced with groovy bass lines, latin percussions, and deep chords. Be sure to check out the other mixes from the night by Nick.the.Neck, Lee Reynolds, and Brett Wallace.

For More Info on Mullie:

Mullie Soundcloudhttps://soundcloud.com/mulliegraf
Heartbeat Collectivehttps://www.facebook.com/pages/Heartbeat-CollectiveMullie-Graf/165255410820

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  1. #1 by Edilton on December 8, 2015 - 7:57 am

    Research into what drugs and alcohol can do to the human mind and body is rellay only just starting, and so far there have been shocking suggestions from research.You are absolutely right about that. Cannabis itself is almost irrelevant to all this, and so are the harms it has caused.The problem is with all substances, and how we use and abuse them as a culture. Britain’s classification system needs updating, and the ACMD have to be consulted (but not obeyed) before drugs are moved.Cannabis is being used for political football, as it has been for decades, and it’s getting in the way of sorting out the rest of the drugs. Which is why Ketamine GHB are in class C, and ecstacy and lsd are supposedly as bad as crack and heroin.The population of Britain will never “get” the message about drugs until the message has scientific meaning.Reclassifying to B simply shows that the government don’t rellay care about “evidence-based decision making”.Or should that be decision-based evidence making?

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