*Credit Travis Varga for pics and review*
The Scene: Everyone was digging the tunes and vibes of the night, whether it was house music blasting at The Other Side for the Waka DJ Classic, or the smooth jamtronica of J. Wail. Ferious dubstep would end the night, only fitting at The Other Side, while Blockhead’s hip hop influenced beats closed out the Master Ballroom in style.
The stage: The lights were in full effect at the Ballroom stage, throwing out glares of intense green and red variations, enough to blind someone who stared long enough. Great visuals overall and some unique strobe effects were used heavily throughout the show.
The good: Blockhead played many interesting remixes of popular songs we all know and love, and the crowd responded favorably. One song is on the tip of my tongue in particular, a childhood lullaby I want to say? I’m not sure, but either way, Blockhead took risks and they paid off in a fun live performance.
Blockhead at Cervantes 7.29.11