Okay, okay, I'm awake now. Damn, what a fine night that was. Thank you, thank you, thank you! Finally, I got to hear what I could only previously interpret through playlists and reviews. For me, the musical direction was truly remarkable, near cinematic. From strings of life (Okay, I concur, the DK edit is superb!) to melba moore - standing right here (okay guys, I get it, it's BY her, she's not the title! [img]graemlins/jpshakehead.gif[/img] ), a truly inspired selection of music all stemming from a sound foundation of dub and beyond. I did not leave the dancefloor for a second, not that I could had I wanted to due to the intensity of the music.
There were many 'eyes closed, lost in a sea of sweaty bodies, just dancing, dancing...' moments at this night.
This was my first visit to plastic people, and it will surely not be my last. So simple a concept, yet so few club owners and promoters seem to get it right. Just a room with nothing short of the best sound system. That's it. Doesn't sound tooo hard does it?! Thank-you plastic people for taking it back to basics and showing people how it should be done. Thank-you Francois and Deep Space for sharing your journey with us. I'll be wearing my Deep Space T-shirt with pride!
Thanks to Steve (Blackwax) for sorting out the night, and Niki for sorting tickets. I should really get straight back into bed dammit, I gotta go to work tomorrow... [img]graemlins/sleep2.gif[/img]