No...Originally posted by Richard Raiban
In all honesty, after Sasha & Digweed, will there be any other party that will come close? I think not. This is what's been going through my head. Is it even worth going to another party knowing that it won't be the same?!?!?! It seems like every party I went to before S&D was meant to lead me to the ultimate party!!! I truly feel like Sasha & Digweed have ended the final chapter. Do any of you feel this way?!?!
DAVE SEAMAN (Renaissance, Global Underground, UK)Originally posted by Lit'l Jalapeno
Why don't you people ever give details of these events and just assume everyone reading knows exactly what you are talking about? Where and when are these people playing?
Then don't go to see another dj. Just retire now from the scene and replay that night over and over in your head. The rest of us will keep an open mind and will continue to go out and enjoy the different types of music and sets that the other dj's play.Originally posted by Richard Raiban
well obviously if you are going to see them again but basically my point is the only dj/dj's that can reach that level of parties is SASHA & DIGWEED. No Deep Dish, no Seaman, no Howells. If there is no Sasha & Digweed then it just wont reach that level.
The scene??? You must be a youth. You are obviously missing the point here. I'm not saying that there won't be any more good parties, but from what I've read regarding Sasha & Digweed it seems like everyone felt the same @ Delta Heavy. I have never read such meaningful posts before, talking about how magical it was or how emotional they felt ect. ect. It appears that that party was in a league of it's own."Just retire now from the scene"
Originally posted by JayIsBored
s&d were good...but only about 1.5 hours of 'next level' tunes then having it cut off at 4 doesn't make that night the epitome of a party career..imo
Originally posted by Richard Raiban
I'm not saying that there won't be any more good parties, but from what I've read regarding Sasha & Digweed it seems like everyone felt the same @ Delta Heavy. I have never read such meaningful posts before, talking about how magical it was or how emotional they felt ect. ect. It appears that that party was in a league of it's own.
You probably still don't get it.
That was the night Lawler didn't have his records or something.Originally posted by AdRiaN
Slacker stood out as one of my favourite sets at System in 2001. It's all about spinning NON-boring progressive music.
Indeed, the Guv was like that again for Idream. I was called a skank *lol* for falling into another guy's boyfriend, as well as getting stuck skin-to-skin with 5 other men when I tried walking through that crowd. Fun times though!Originally posted by Wunderbar
Last year, the Victoria Day party was Victor Calderone in the Guvernment and Pullen/May in the Kool Haus. The turnout was pretty weak for the techno legends and the scene in the Guvernment reminded me of a Simpsons episode when Homer thinks Bart is gay, so he takes him to a steel mill to show him some "real men" and when the lunch bell rings they all rip off their shirts and start dancing to early 90's dance music, with lasers and everything.