I don’t know if it’s the sunny days or the upcoming full moon (which will horrifically have an advertisment on it from Rolling Rock’s new moonvertising scheme- can they do that to our moon?), but things were crack-a-lacking last night on the streets of Seattle. Tons of people were out crawling around, dancing, drinking, and howling. The Freestylers were hanging out on the dance floor at Qool, DJ Nyx’s Wednesday night home of Seesound Lounge, jamming to Dylan Rhymes and getting ready for their FREE show tonight at Trinity‘s Free Bass night. The floor was hopping.
Over in Pioneer Square Contour is closed for a few days for renovation but Trinity picked up the slack with their new night Pulse; no cover, local house deejyas, and live musicians! Last night Jason Curtis, Lloyd Tatum, Jules V and Derrick Deepvibes rocked it straight through until 2AM. Club Heaven was also bangin’, with $1 PBRs, Von Dewey and Kristina Childs on the decks can you go wrong? Of course the best music of the night was at the Baltic Room as Noisemaker laid down the glitch with birthday boy Loki. Happy birthday indeed.
Glitch? What the hell is that? Find out tonight at Tost with Ana Sia, the crunk ass deejay from San Fran who spins the fatty bass, or as she puts it on her Myspace, “glitched-out sexed-up bassy and beautiful global slut psy-hop”. Come and hear what the future sounds like. Ana Sia will be on with Danny Corn at midnight after our boys Marmalade finish jamming with their funky selves. See you on the dance floor.