It really doesnt suprise me that you cant make sense of that.
I guess I need to listen to more boring prog house yawners
Originally Posted by Drinkey McDrinkerstein
If you really feel this way, then what separates a DJ from anybody else, from yourself?
As per my earlier reply, "Like I implied to Guedita, "most crucial" is not synonymous with "only". Obviously, lots of forces come together to make a good DJ set, and proper programming and a big-picture understanding is key, but good music IS the universal constant in the DJ world."
"If electronic music is criminalized, our government will succeed in alienating a generation of Californians and simply drive dance parties underground — a less regulated, less safe, less sane situation than we have today," Sperling said in a statement.
the lyrics to this song seem to agree with this dude
"The raves can draw tens of thousands of dancers to enjoy high-volume electronic music, flashy light shows and interactive theatrical performances. The legislation would make it a misdemeanor to hold an event on public property "at night that includes prerecorded music and lasts more than 3 1/2 hours." It would provide for a fine of $10,000 or twice the gross receipts for the event, whichever is greater."
"(b) Subdivision (a) shall not apply to a public event on private property if the entity that conducts the public event has a business license to operate a bar, club, theater, entertainment venue, or other similar business, or to conduct sporting events, and conducting the public event is consistent with the business license."
You mean contain people overdosing? That totally the festivals fault for just putting on an event. If you were the head of insomniac, nobody would get hurt, arrested, OD or even die at your events, right?
I wouldn't throw an EDC. It's a shameful display. It's just a big fucking rave cage. Most people who can handle their shit probably wouldn't go to that nonsense. And so yes, the proportion of candy ravers and bubble gummers is fucking high.
And that becomes the face of the CA dance community.
Here's a little not-so-secret about these kind of shows. It's always the promoters fault. It doesn't matter if it isn't. It always is.