i felt this way too - it's like all the DJs before and after Matthew Dear had nothing to do with Dear's style. the other DJs sound was pretty progressive, electro shtuff, and Dear came in with some classic minimal techno - it was almost like ADD and AFE were doing a "tribute to techno: special night" type thing where they "invited" a techno DJ.hudempka said:if you book weird minimal producers, wouldn't it make sense to play vaguely related weird minimal tunes beforehand?
totally - i didn't even want to leave the dancefloor to pee. mmmm techno.kaniz said:But Audion - wow, I loved it and was dancing my ass off for pretty much all of his set - and when I wasnt dancing, it wasnt because I didnt like the music, but I was lost in it.
His set made me feel weird things and dance in fucked up ways - I loved it.
it was a convoluted way of saying that the different DJs didn't mesh together well. i was probably on crack when i wrote that.aki said:this is a strange statment. what do you mean?
yeah i know, but other than the one track he played after, his set was pretty much done (from what me and most of the dancefloor could see).sentence said:y'know ben, the power outage only lasted a minute ya know!
why not said:i just remembered that someone introduced themselves to me as so-and-so from tribe, but i didn't really hear it, and then kalemic started talking to me, and then they disappeared.
sorry if i seemed rude, whoever you are.