...anyway, the sound was completely fuct up @ felicity's...basically everything that could be mis-connected was...which made for some interesting adjusting the first two hrs or so...trying to figure out what the fuck was going on....
but after that...I def thought it was a good night...again, i think the most ppl felicity's has had for a long time...buttascotch always seems to bring in 'nuff peeps to make the night interesting...
I wish more tribe ppl would have experienced it...but overall, def a good night....
got off work right at midnight, and had a quick drive to Waterloo.
Came in to see some people there still, and Somw sweet techno
Rick was playing somw great tracks.
Then Alicia played some sexy haus, and then got a little harder at the end.
I really had a good time at this event! I was really glad to see a good turn out that night, even though there were other popular events going on that night as well (Fresh in the Purple Room). I really had a good time and I defenitly had alot of fun durring my set too. Props to all the other djs that night, the place was pumping and every one seemed to be having a good time.
The problem with felicities is that it's never full enough to go out and dance.... there's just no vibe (most nights that is), and the music is WAY too loud and distorted to enjoy just chilling and talking amongst friends. To talk to one person you gotta be yelling into their ear..... having a multiple person converstaion is right out of the question.
The sketch factor isn't the problem, it's a problem of having NOTHING to do once you get there but sit and nod your head.
For sure felicities has its moments, but you gotta check out a Buttascotch event. You would be surprised at the crowd that comes out for it. Every time Ive been there for one of these there has been a good crowd and the place has been pretty full, but still enough room to dance. Yeah normally felicities is pretty boring, but for these monthly events its a little different. I dont know why but it is. Check it out. Ive always had a good time with the buttascotch people where ever they're holding an event.