Sunday, December 24, 2006

Mary X-Mas 2006

Mary X-Mas Dec. 22-23. 2006

December 22, 2006-
The small size of the venue surprized the hell out of me. I dont think the promoters anticipated such a good turnout for the small party. It was hot as hell in there. Good beats for sure though.

December 23, 2006-
The sound bleed sucked. I didnt like how I had to stand right next to the speakers at the Drum-N-Bass stage to hear it over the stage below. That venue sucks for stages to be set up like that for sure. Other then the sound bleed it was a pretty good party over all. I really enjoyed standing in the back of the crowd and just watching the snow fall and listen to good beats. That really made my night.

Lots of new faces, always nice to see that at a traditional party.

Monday, December 18, 2006

Just for the Taste of it!

Just for the Taste of it(12/16/2006), Baby.....

R.I.P. Katey, your beautiful smile will always be missed.
A huge shout out to Flock and everyone else that was involved for throwing such a wonderful party for such a great cause. The DJ's tore it up! I know everyone there, including Katey was definitely RAVING LIKE WHOA!
The memorial was beautiful, and the huge signing paper on the wall was a wonderful idea. The room itself was so hard to be in without shedding a tear, there was so much emotion up there.
It really pissed me off that the cops shut the party down. I know they were just doing their jobs, but can't they make an exception every once in awhile? I am glad to hear the donation box was given back later in the night. That would have been heartless of them if they were to take it for good. I have to say though, it was really funny when "Katey" dropped the beer on that cops head. PROPS TO YOU GIRL!
Any who, great party, wonderful atmosphere.

Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Unity #6 Phoenix United

Unity #6 Phoenix United 12-9-2006
The way the party was set up was amazing. Out of all the Ice House parties I have been to with the exception of Wonder 3(amazing) and Philter(also amazing), this was by far the most interesting set up. As soon as I showed up and saw the really really long line going around the building, I knew it was going to be a wait and a half to get inside. Fortunatly I knew some people who knew some people and didnt have to wait in the line for more then 15 minutes. I am sorry to those of you who had to wait for more then an hour to get inside.
I stayed inside for most of the time I was there. GREAT MUSIC!! I already had myself sweating the first twenty minutes I was in that room from dancing my ass off. Good times for sure. I had brought two newbies with me that night. We did end up leaving a bit earlier then usual because they were getting a bit nervous. They weren't used to the constant people bumping into you, or randomly just talking to you. I know now they really weren't ready for the rave experience and I will be more careful who I decide to influence next. lol
Props to who threw the party, it was definatly the best Unity I attended this year! :)

Sunday, December 3, 2006

Wax on, Wax off

Wax On, Wax Off December 2, 2006
The party was set up great! As soon as I walked in the door and saw the way the first stage was set up, I knew this was going to be a good party. There were a couple of technical errors with the first stage but I think it was just because the DJ booth was on the second story, and the speakers and sound equiptment were on the first.
The second stage was set up just as cool. The lights in the Hardcore room were awesome. I remember sitting against the wall and just enjoying myself watching the laser show.
Great music all throughout the night, I have to say, I did dance my ass off. The only downfall was I did have to leave earlier then expected due to some "drama". The time I was there was definatly worth the $10 dollar entrance fee! :)

Thursday, November 30, 2006


The party itself was put together very well. The stages were far enough apart to where you could not hear the music from the other. The DJ's were definatly a plus. Great line up altogether. The only bad thing is the party had to end so quick.

I think the promoter did the right thing when he ended the party. Things were getting way out of hand and I think he made the right decision instead of getting the cops involved.

It really does upset me when "non-ravers" show up to our parties and just start drama. Thats not what these parties are for. People are starting to forget that our parties are for the music, the people, the GOOD atmosphere. It is not a place where you bring your drama and bad vibes.

Another thing, people should never stop supporting Flock just because one party went the way it did. They have thrown so many parties that ended up great in the past. No need to worry about future parties. We should all just have some faith in them. I, for one, am definatly excited about the make-up party they are throwing next year!