Walking around Car Free Sunday, the sort of festival a guy who’s been hit by a couple cars can get behind, I bumped into a lot of people who were at the party. It’s been fun finding out people’s experiences and hearing stories of events I missed (or had completely forgotten).
But all the details and highlights aside, the true goal of this party was achieved and the true goal was to just max out everything that a small group of friends who all live beside each other (literally and practically) had built in the last couple years. Having a blow out house show like this meant it needed to be a true celebration of friendship and good times. It was! and then was so was that it took it to the next level of was. That’s why it was so was!
Everybody thought we had a fog machine but it was just Justis and Malin manually mixing dry ice with water and pouring it through the sky light. It was amazing.
Somebody chipped their knee cap and had to go to the hospital. Not actually a highlight or cool and seriously that sucks I’m bummed that somebody got hurt.
Dave Ussleman killed it, had everybody singing along. This was when the party finally began.
A couple random jam sessions produced some awesome music.
EVAN band, Hunter & Angler, Single Mothers ALL killed it. Single Mothers had a gnarly beer soaked mosh pit. We all raged hard, it was perfect.
There were moments in which the mosh pit would fill with fog and flashing colours from the stage light we rented. It was pretty epic and I never say that word.
Unit 1 had a keg, live DJs, and an equally big party. This was a great way to give the lame people who don’t know how to rock a place to do keg stands or some dumb shit.
SLUTS did what SLUTS do. Multiple fans report it was, actually, the loudest thing they have ever heard. It flushed out the weak with the sort of niche noise that connoisseurs prefer.