What’s up, SeoulGrid? Ok, before we start, I have to get something off my chest — Gui Boratto’s show at Eden on Saturday was unbelievable. This wasn’t a club night; it was an experience.
Around 3am, the slow build of the night reached its climax, and something transformed inside of me. Intoxicated by the music, I forgot the fact that I was stone-sober. The hot girls surrounding me on the dancefloor likewise became irrelevant. And my friend texting me that there was a crazy after-party going on at Sinsa Mansion was worlds away. The music was so good that nothing else mattered.
Near the end of his set he even dropped his signature track, “Beautiful Life” — a track that he has professed in interviews he doesn’t like to play at every show, only when he’s truly enjoying the crowd. Club Eden (and show attendees), consider yourself blessed. I dare say that in terms of music, this was the best performance I’ve ever seen. Truly a legendary night.
Ok, I feel better. Now we can get started with this week! We’ve got the amazingly talented French duo Beat Torrent, the tech-house precision of James Zabiela, and the soothing orchestral sounds of Daishi Dance, among other things. I’m going to try a different format this week: one that minimizes the amount of formatting I have to do to get this thing posted, and saves me a lot of time. So sorry if it doesn’t look as pretty, but if it really irks you, feel free to volunteer a few hours every week to help me out ;) Here we go…
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