Capricorn Bar Review

Capricorn Bar Review

The first in a series of parties from this first time promoters, went off pretty well. I’ve seen first time parties get pretty bad, but this one wasn’t bad at all. First thing I must give props to is the music. I mean there was some incredible trance bumping the whole night to the morning. The second is the great visuals, which took full use of all the blacklights that were set up. When I arrived in the artist district near downtown LA, I noticed the venue was some kind of gallery or sound stage. The first room you walked into was the ambient-breaks (whatever you want to call it) room.

There were awsome tapestries up on the walls made to react with blacklights and chairs set out on the side. Then you enter a hallway that leads to a little open area in the complex. Christmas lights were decorating the few vines and green life in that area. A nice relaxing place to chill and take a break from dancing. On the other side of the chill out area was the entrance to the main room. After walking through a winding hallway, your introduced to a pretty open space with blasting techno. With sound from Tonka, it was going off, well mostly when Thomas Michael was on.

The first DJ in the main room was Myke McKenzie, it was my first time seeing him spin and I have to give props to the guy ’cause he got me moving. Next was Freddy who had energy of an atom bomb, he was dancing and spinning at the same time. Great set Freddy. Then came the moment most people were waiting for, Thomas Michael. What can I say, unbelievable set. I think it was during his set where I thought I saw everyone in the room dancing, now thats a great sight. He had the energy pumping, he even got a little techno and house in the middle of his set. After his set I was pooped from all that dancing, I was really bummed I couldn’t stay the rest of the night, but I needed some rest. Look for their parties in the future, for a first time production it went pretty well. I’ll be at the next one. Peace.

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