Strutting through the leather padded bomber jackets, the plethora of pure black tees and denim lined overalls you found yourself in the middle of a 4hour Andhim set. And yes, it was manic.
Before shredding the dance floor a new one, we ventured up the forever-unwinding staircase to the upstairs courtyard to see Luke Mcd. The place was heaving with energy and could have easily been mistaken for the main dance floor. The side-chained bass lines with the classic 90s Detroit percussion and subtle melodies, pleasured the airwaves. It was hard to leave to venture anywhere else, especially with being so close to the bar and our ever so loved Moscow mule cocktails.
It was a night for Super Friends and Super House, as the records begin to blear through to the early hours of the morning. Litres of vodka were consumed, soles of our blundstone carved and thousands of smiles later, it was time to leave. The long weekend is called ‘The Queens Birthday’ but year after year of seeing Andhim play on this weekend, it should be renamed; The Andhim Spectacle.
I already know what we’ll be doing next year on the Queens Birthday. Do you?