Hed Kandi came back to Capitol last night with DJs Jack McCord and Steve Divine, who were supported by locals Rob Sharp and Damir. The night built up slowly starting from progressive and then moving to a fantastic back and forth switching of hard house and hard trance. Woo, now that’s what I’m talking about! I had a great workout. Yay!
The night was almost marred by a very brutal brawl which saw all eight bouncers of the venue in the fray and someone’s face being cut open by broken glass. There was blood and scores of terrified party-goers running away from the epicentre. It’s a bit bad but the first thing that I thought was:
Fuck, the cops are gonna come and stop the party!
Luckily, that didn’t happen. Heh. Well, geesus I really don’t understand all these macho aggressive types who start trouble in nightclubs. I really don’t. They pay good money to come see an event and they hurt themselves and others and get kicked out in the process. Is that value for money? Is that fun? I think not. And if it was over a girl, it’s even more stupid.
Anyways, thankfully it was a short interlude and my overall experience of the night was still excellent. Most people were friendly and smiling, and the pretty ladies were out in force. So yeah the night? It be awesome.
Two random thoughts occured to me during the night:
- If more people were on ecstasy, I think there’d be less ugly incidences like what happened. Anyone on ecstasy would be too lovey dovey and euphoric to care about anything else but the music and dancing. Alcohol makes some people terribly aggressive and violent and it’s scary. And yet one substance is legal, and the other isn’t. Hmm.
- When one needs to cross a crowded night club, it is best to walk behind the smoking hot blonde in the tight little black dress and heels who parts the crowd like Moses parted the Red Sea.