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Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Event Review: Rebel Bass Collective

Did you receive a technosucks.com sticker?

These songs are for you:
Mind Control @ 8 AM

Did you receive a warcession.com sticker?

These songs are for you:
United Banks of America (52 Week Low Mix)
Wake Up America

Did we give you both or the armyoftechno.com sticker?

Download these songs.
United Banks of America (Andrew in Space Mix)
Bomb Insurgence (live @ pi)

So, I went to San Francisco for Memorial Day Weekend and got to check out the underground scene. The location was a basement in Downtown SF. Very cool place, had a couple of chill spots. I was told "womp" is the new genre that is the hotness. The first Live PA disappointed me, he was using Ableton Live but didn't always do a transition. How lazy can you get? No DJ could get away with that. The people at the party liked his beats, so I guess I can't hate on him too much, but as a Live PA myself, I was unimpressed.

Next up with a kickass blonde DJ, who through down some ethnically diverse beats. She killed it. I don't know why, but a few people thought I had coke. Why would a dealer attract attention to himself by handing out stickers? Come on kids, use your brains. And no, I don't want any molly.

Adnan closed out the night with a nice mix of tech-house and techno.

Now some arbitrary rankings of the party.
(1 being the worst, 10 the best)

Women: 7
Beats: 6
Booze: 8
Visuals: 4
Detroitness: 5
Temperature: 8
Air Quality: 4
Safety of Venue: 7
Rave Muck: 8
Color of Snot: 5
(I blew my nose the next morning for this test)


Congratulations to the Rebel Bass Collective for throwing a very enjoyable party with a nice vibe. Hopefully your next party will get even higher marks. Feel free to comment below, and check out the rest of our posts.


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