ya. and it's usually the worst music you've ever heard with sketched out candy ravers and fights and etc trying to find any way to squeeze into the building. for serious...peering in and knocking on/peeling open the panes of studio windows and that's upstairs...where it's residential and nothing's going on except you trying to chill out after having been on your own adventures. they plead "let me into the rave" in mournful high voices 3-5 nights a week.JLV said:GU was seriously kick ass. what an amazing venue!
tore it up on the dance floor! the dj was sick... lovin the deep house grooves.
do they have parties there all the time?
mariazmess said:unfortunately, i am part of the Tempo gang that was too wasted to notice how good the music was (or wasn't). i know that one DJ played one of my faves, but i don't think it was Glenn. he came on a little later me thinks - meh. i was wasted. it was hot. i got stoned with Philly in a little room with stools and we watched the DJ through a square hole in the wall.
i thought that was kind of trippy. we couldn't find a window that opened and i left barely able to stand.
i think i don't like drinking very much.
miller said:I remember struggling to talk to someone who didn't speak much English.
ewww...maybe you were in the weird guy's room...glad you made it out because i don't know what the hell goes on in there but it's creepy.mariazmess said:i got stoned with Philly in a little room with stools and we watched the DJ through a square hole in the wall.
amen sistah, amen.JLV said:was it the speaker?
all in all, a memorable night to say the least!
HaliBubba said:the way i look at it, to judge a person based on his personal views is the same as someone judging based on sexuality. let bygones be bygones and just enjoy the music.
HaliBubba said:hey sarah, yeah you are right, valid point. i feel conflicted because i respect him as a dj/producer, but not his homophobic views. but, in speaking with him as a person, he was kind and welcoming to me. so.. there lies the conflict.