Thursday, January 28, 2010

M.C. Asia "The Creation" Appreciation Party

The M.C. Asia "The Creation" Appreciation Party was held on January 23, 2010 at Kl Live, Life Centre and it was one heck of a party. Doors opened at 8pm, but I went in earlier to have a snoop around since it's my first time here (having missed the Heineken Green Room 4 Event due to some unforeseen circumstances).

The place looks spacious with an average size dance floor

The stage was set and was ready to roll!

The show line-up kicked off with Popcorn Perky from Malaysia, starting off at 8pm.

The guy was spinning some tunes to a crowd-less place.
Popcorn Perky seems to use a lot of electronically altered poppy sounds.
He seems nervous at the beginning but begins to warm up half an hour later into the event.
His time slot was from 8pm till 9pm.

Next up was Ian Ross also from Malaysia and his supporters were getting ready as he were about to come on.

When Ross came on while Popcorn Perky's tunes were still playing, Ross turned up the heat of the party and hyped up Popcorn Perky's songs with his own style.
Then in transition to Ross' sounds, his supporters cheered him on.

A little while later, his supporters began to dance.

Ross' style seems to have a dreamy feel to his music and I've gotta say, he' s good.

These are the guys hard at work making the event a success.
When 10pm came the crowd was getting bigger.

And it was time for Effen (from Singapore) to come on stage and do his thing.

Effen to me seems to use a lot of bass in his sounds to pump up the vibe.
When 11pm was approaching, everybody seems to be getting restless awaiting the main attractions of the show.

First big attraction came on to a super packed dance floor.

Who is he? None other than Richard Durand, who's no. 49 in the DJ Magazine Top 100 DJs poll 2009.

Durand started off with the speakers breaking, although that's surely not good, he kept on going.
About almost an hour later, one of the event technical crew and tweaked some of the settings at the mixer and everything was back on track.
With the end of Durand's segment around 1am, it was time for the next main attraction and the dance floor was evenly packed.

And then, they saw it, the man himself at the sets, Sean Tyas.

Noticed the lasers, it's only available for Durand and Sean Tyas to use. XD

When it was time to say farewell, the crowd shouted for more and Sean Tyas did an encore.
When the show was really over, Sean Tyas came up to have an autograph signing session.


djmagpeter said...

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