What a night! It’s not evetry day you get to see one of your friends have a major underground label release party on the scale of what was witnessed 2 Saturdays ago. Myself and Aggressively Postive Media were both in attendance, Pheobe gave me the lead to write the review on this one. At this point, I’m going out every quarter of a year, if that. This was my first time at one of Indy’s hottest night clubs, and we collectively thought we’d give a fresh take of this venue that has been talked about so much here on Graveyard Radio.
Uriah G was the man of the hour. This being his release party, Uriah spared no punches behind the decks opening up. Dropping banger after banger, he immediately went hard with his selection of tech & g-house getting the early arrivals out to the dance floor with ease.
It was a lot to take in when I first walked into Invy. The club was amazingly decorated with giant mushrooms and… you guessed it, aliens!! Black-lit LEDs flooded the club, bringing out the alien green highlights everywhere. Uriah wore a bright green scarf that went down to his feet. We loved it!
The lazers where shooting a mixture of green and purple patterns across the back walls. These are my favorite colors, that had me instantly excited. There was also animated aliens break dancing on the 2 giant screens. By the time the giant robot showed up, the outside world was forgotten, we were now on another planet where bass rules all.
Next Harvard Bass took the decks at 11 PM. Harvard brought mad tribal flavor to the dance floor. This was an unexpected change of pace. All the patrons I talked to were in agreement, this shit sounded dope as fuck. Even with some mellower vibes, that didn’t slow things down on the dancefloor. People continued to flow in, and soon enough, the floor was packed, and it was time for Gettoblaster.
By this time, I was lucky enough to make my way to a VIP box on the balcony, dead center stage. Thanks to D & Lea of Trinidad Trax for their courtesy, I was able to watch every second of Gettoblaster’s set. Watching every knob turn and hand movement, I was blown away by the way these 2 worked together behind 4 decks.
These guys spun with a cunning precision that ripped that dancefloor apart. They played a gauntlet of new and oldschool tracks that brought the patrons of INVY into a full blown rave frenzy. Not to mention Paul’s wild and frenzied scratching, the warehouse vibes were real.
Gallery Photos Courtesy of SNAPS INC.
Of course, we got to get to the reason we are all here. In the GFStv.net hour long interview above, it mentions Uriah’s debute release is a 3 track EP. Gettoblaster drops the first track from the EP, “My House” in the video below.
Graveyard Radio was told that the possible street date for the EP will be during Miami Music Week towards the end of March. We will definitely be keep our ear and open for more info on the release in the future.