Pacha NYC is one of the most recognizable names for New York City night life. I was ecstatic when given the opportunity to cover an event at Pacha, and even more so knowing that the headliner was Electro/Dubstep DJ and Producer, Feed Me.
The crowd gathered outside of Pacha gave an undefined type of electricity. Clearly, I wasn’t the only one excited about the night. I started off the night in underground room. The DJ’s performing below the main stage were solid, and fueled the crowd’s attitude for the main room.
The crowd was introduced to the sounds of the main opener, DJ Dali in the main room. His selection focused on heavier four to the floor electro underground beats, but kept the audience engaged by throwing in well-known hits, such as the REVOLVR edit of Internet Friends.
The crowd began to get antsy around 1 a.m. when Feed Me still hadn’t hit the decks. The suspense added to momentum when Feed Me finally appeared, fading in his new release Little Cat Steps. The recognizable melody and arpeggiator threw the crowd into a frenzy and began chanting, “Feed Me.” The lights on the main flood drew on the crowd’s excitement and Feed Me took advantage of the build up with a drop that filled the room. His experience and knowledge was exemplified through his music, and his selection of tunes kept the crowd dancing and jumping to every beat.
When playing his well-known, One Click Headshot, I watched the crowd fiercely erupt into a rage after the bass filled drop. His hour and a half set was unbelievable and kept his crowd’s attention with unreleased tunes from his upcoming album and his hits. At one point, he even paid tribute to his old moniker Spor by playing The Spell.
I came to realize that Pacha’s atmosphere enhanced Feed Me’s set. The room was filled with LCD’s and projectors of Feed Me’s Graphics synced with the beat perfectly, while CO2 cannons and fog machines illuminated the powerful lighting and lasers; strobes also accented key parts of the show. Everyone seemed to have the time of their lives between the lighting and the driving bass from the sound system.
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