Radio Slave, Nina Kraviz & Hotflush Records at fabric
FreeedomwroteMon, 06 Feb 2012The stares were only aimed at you Mr A Berry. I assume the stares were due to the fact you were making a spectacle out of yourself as usual. I did pluck up the courage to go for a wander and ended up chatting to far too many 19 year olds, shaking their heads in disappointment at my sorry state.
Average night for me, serves me right for being a fat, greedy pig and losing half the night due to temporary amnesia.
Nomisno2wroteMon, 06 Feb 2012Amazing night, personally I thought that both Nina and Radio Slave played some absolute belters. First time I've seen Kravits and she certainly didn't disappoint. It was a shame about the snow but alas the atmosphere inside was thumping. I definitely didn't experience any issues with the 'kids'... maybe they were just in ore at how us older, veteran ravers like to party :-)
blackerswroteMon, 06 Feb 2012Anyone have any idea who was in the red beret playing b2b with Radio Slave for a while towards the end?
giles smith - same dj that opened the night
fruecvwroteMon, 06 Feb 2012lol
lwawroteMon, 06 Feb 2012Dad dancing ?
dizzyowroteMon, 06 Feb 2012Yeah, took me 4hrs to do a 30min journey.
Got to the club at 1:50am to have Nina run past me in the queue (her set was starting at 2am) - the doormen seemed quite rude to her when she was only trying to get downstairs as quick as she could.
I was mainly there for room 2 - caught the last half an hour of Sepalcure, really enjoyed it. Scuba was excellent. I was really looking forward to Sigha but it just never picked up enough for me and I went to room 1 after an hour to see Radio Slave... More
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