Um if you're home at 2:30, then you didn't hear that much of him.
I think Icey played a very "grown up" set. Here in toronto we're used to really funky, off the wall breaks, but that's not what icey is about. You gotta give the man respect for taking breaks in new directions, even if the results are a bit to serious. I loved some of the stuff he played though... and as a DJ, the guy is definetly a pro.
The Scratch Perverts were a bit disappointing. They did do some really perverted stuff with the decks, but there were really only 2 or 3 truly impressive routines in the whole hour and a half that they were on. I expected more intensity.
Oh, and the best dancer of the night award goes to Robb G, who busted it down front row center during Icey's set