In fact it was such an amazing weekend that I just now fully recovered from it. Kicked off Friday night in Adams Morgan with the weekly spot I play in which I literally unplugged my laptop at 3am, got paid out and went straight to bed (shut up Nan) to rest up for the Summer Massive at Bourbon St in Baltimore.
DJ 814ofcourse and I got about 10 pounds of bacon from Safeway in addition to the Wild Boar bacon we had. To celebrate Quincy’s birthday we put together some bacon cupcakes. Our crew rolled into Bourbon St with about 4 full size Ziplock bags of bacon. It’s always weird going to events and doing the artist check in with security as they go through our bags and keep pulling out bacon. Good news is that every place I go to, security loves the rave bacon! I had a blast as usual doing this event with Steez Promo and being able to hang out with the Baltimore Fam who have gone above and beyond in making 2011 a year ill never forget.
I was so glad I got to finally see DJ/Producer J. Rabbit from New York play. Dude destroyed the place at 8 o’clock. I was watching from the second floor looking down and I still got splashed with beer, and caught a glow stick to the side of the head. His set was fucking awesome. As always my favorites Uncle Jesse and Bird Peterson had awesome sets and during Uncle Jesse’s set we were able to capture this GEM on stage.
Oh my Heavens! A new photo shop Evan face to work with. I wonder what majestic animals I can put this face on? Either way, at some point this year Evan 2.0 should be a clothing line that is strictly made from photo shops. Choo Choo! Whut Up Ribs!
Sunday night I had to set my alarm to 8PM and still almost overslept just to get down to the Rock n Roll Hotel after going into rave recovery mode Sat night/Sun Morning. It was weird at first because H Street was a GHOST TOWN when I was walking down the sidewalk. I’m thinking aw shit, gonna be one of these nights. I was hella excited to play with the homies Starks, Nacey, and the SMUDGE. Turns out all of our friends and fam rolled through at like 10:30. Place was rammed out by 11 and we had to cut the lights on around 2 just to get people out. It was mad fun, but I was damn near crippled come Monday. Thank god it was a chill relaxing 4th of July on a DC rooftop watching the “Firetwerks”. I turn 30 on September 6th but after a couple days in a row of raging, it feels like I’m turning 50.
Big Thanks to the man bringing you all of the photo and video to the H.O.R. Seannie Cameras