Its the weekend before Halloween in New York City and Hurricane Sandy has not shown us how much of a bitch she truly is, yet. Bring on All Mixed Up at Pier 94 in Manhattan and in Nassau Coliseum we won’t talk about that event since we were thankfully not there, however if anyone was there and wants to let us know what they saw leave some feedback!
On our way to get All Mixed Up
After driving all over the place to get ready and prepare our game we caught the funnest cab ride ever. Ran through the streets of Manhattan screaming the lyrics to every song we could think of and howled a little too much when we sang “The Big Bad Wolf” to the moon over the water. After every driver had sufficiently beeped at our bare legs we made it to the pier.
St. Pharmacist with Molly, Mary and Lucy
Swedish House Mafia star, Sebastian Ingrosso came back to New York for the first time since we all saw him here at Electric Daisy Carnival New York. . yes we know that was New Jersey, get over it. Did he drop “Don’t Worry Child”? Umm, do ravers wear Kandi? Yes. And it was still great!
Alesso who clearly survived his 21 birthday bash at Governor’s Island came out to party too. His numero uno on the Beatport chart, “Years” was of course loved by all.
Otto Knows, well I got to be honest with you. I showed up a little late for his set due to an insane taxi ride and invading a local bar for use of it’s facilities but what I heard was enough to pump me up as I went through security. And enough not to care that I lost my money. I wish I could have said I was drunk as an excuse, but alas I just dropped the bass bill.
The night was packed out and I only have tiny issue with Pier 94. . . more speakers and less florescent light please. I do not know how you all feel but when the speakers do not blow your hair into every direction I feel like something is lacking. Perhaps if the event had more sound system the crowd would have not been so pushed forward. Of course it would have been pushing forward (because none of us have seen a DJ spin before right?) but maybe a little less. And I want laser shows and glove light… not lights that I see hanging overhead in a hospital hallway.