Sold my tickets and went to the cottage. BEST CHOICE EVER!
Registered: Feb 2006
Originally posted by kotsy
I know u want a seizure!!
I'm too sketch on them! Lovin life too much lol
Computer games don’t affect kids; I mean if Pac-Man affected us as kids, we’d all be running around in darkened rooms, munching magic pills and listening to repetitive electronic music.” (Kristian Wilson, Nintendo, Inc, 1989.) ·
Registered: Nov 2010
solid sets in both the main room and the supporting locals in the side room... lighting guys were on their game with timing and didnt miss a beat. sound was pretty front-heavy as noted above, but overall wasnt bad. big LED robot dude was pretty cool.
overall i loved this night and had a blast.
Registered: Jan 2004
Originally posted by darouge11
pleasurekraft was actually better than I thought (beginning of his set)...REMO, who I havent heard play before, was actually GREAT!!! Will for sure make it out for him again next time, and Umek was awesome for what he does, alot of the same kinda build-ups, but he still killed it regardless..good vibes all night
Havent made it for REMO but otherwise 100% agree. When we first walked in around 12 30 pleasurekraft was dropping some heavy tech house bombs but very quickly it went downhill and from there on it was generic boring taka taka with no bass. Didnt hear skeleton key either, was it played at any point in their set?
Agree on Umek too I personally loved his set but I also noticed that most buildups were very similar.
Was quite disappointed with Umek's set. Was expecting his set to be abit more "dynamic", I suppose. As for Jay Lumen, was expecting nothing more/less than what he played.Would be nice too see a different lineup next time.
So you liked Jay Lumen or no?
I personally found him to be playing similar to Umek but more cheesy/boring, wasnt really impressed with him. Last year at this party he was much better imo.