<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by DJ Doublecross:
This party was more fun than I've had in a really long time.
We were totally "raving" again, which was just hilarious. I was laughing the whole night, but it was perfect because everyone there was in their 20's (or 30's!) and were just having fun reminiscing of older days. No preconceptions of how "cool" a raver should be, or how mature the music has to be, or how technically good the dj has to be. People just dusted off their old raving shoes from deep in the closet and came out for one last night of stupid fun.
The music was too much fun all night. The most memorable moments were probably when John E (was it him?) dropped "Age of Love," or when Chris Sheppard played Acen's "Trip to the Moon, part 2," mixed into "I Need Your Love." Classic! I never thought I would have been excited to see Chris Sheppard spin, but he was just perfect for the moment. Plus, he kept screwing up a few mixes, which meant he was actually trying to do it himself for once! Way to go Chris.
When Terry Kelly played his last track at 6am and said goodbye to everyone, it really seemed like something big had just ended. Toronto will never again see a dj lineup like that. Everyone went home to get back to their normal lives, but I'm still smiling because we went "raving" one last time.
<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Dr Trance:
The camera crew with Chris was from "BPM", the new digital dance music cable channel.
They were also out in force (without Chris) for iDance.</font>