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Ok, so I like electronic dance music, more specifically Trance. When I started in the 1990's, the US was a bit behind in that department.
Still, with San Francisco and San Jose nearby, I've had some opportunities to see some great EDM/Trance DJs. Back in the early 2000's, they sadly played club music in the US that was nowhere close to the hits they had composed and were known for, but over the years, as Trance started becoming more popular, those DJs finally started playing their good tunes in the US too, and maybe from 2004 on, it's only been getting better.
Popsicle Halloween 2004 was really the beginning of great music parties in the San Francisco Area, and thankfully things have gotten even better since then

As a matter of fact, after another 10 years (2015 and beyond) the good news is that Trance has grown quite a following in the US, and places like the SF Bay Area, and while Trance has been declared dead a few times in the last 10 years, it's still going strong here.
Trance Family SF is definitely strong in the area, we've been getting more big trance parties every year, including many top DJs that come visit us what feels like every other week now (as of 2018-2019), and through those events, I made many friends in Trance Family SF. Thanks to you all.

Over those years, I got the chance to meet a few of my favourite DJs, including Armin more than once, and my last hobby has been to work on lights for my shirt and pants (version 3) and (version 4)



You can find all the pictures here

Table of Content for clubbing:

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2019/10/05 Triode and DJ Melodie at Endup SF
π 2019-10-05 01:01 in Clubbing
This was my first time going to Endup, there are so many clubs in SF. DJ Melodie started a residency there, and Triode came to play too, so I had no excuse not to go :)
It's a club with nice decors and a nice outdoor patio, I liked it:




Triode setup the decks and went for the first 2H, going from Trance, to the outskirts and back:









DJ Melodie then took the decks over from midnight to 02:00, and played more interesting trance:





Thanks to both, here is a video summary of the night:

See more images for Triode and DJ Melodie at Endup SF
2019/10/04 Jordan Suckley OTC at Midway SF
π 2019-10-04 01:01 in Clubbing
Jordan came to Midway for a long OTC set. It was a bit harder trance than my taste, but definitely full of energy, 5H's worth :)




See more images for Jordan Suckley OTC at Midway SF
2019/08/28 Dave Dresden at Root Society and Dave b2b Afik and Alvin on BAAAHS DJ Art Car
π 2019-08-28 01:01 in Bm, Clubbing
This year, we had the chance to have Dave Dresden playing on the playa, which for Afik, Alvin and I, was a mere few weeks after we saw him play at the Gorge in Washington for AGBT Weekender.

Dave first played on the Root Society Art Car which we had to locate on the playa to find him by biking randomly and hoping to find it :)

We eventualy succeeded
We eventualy succeeded





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After his set (the end of which we listened to by biking next to the art car so as not to abandon our bikes somewhere random on the playa, we migrated to BAAAHS, where Alvin was playing and Afik was going to take over. He however had the treat to have Dave do a b2b with him, and it was a great set




lovely unbreathable air :)
lovely unbreathable air :)





good thing those things are somewhat rugged
good thing those things are somewhat rugged



Afik had fans :)
Afik had fans :)

That was a great 4H+, thanks a bunch to Dave, Alvin and Afik for the great trance, which otherwise is somewhat lacking at burning man :)

2019/08/10 Craig Connelly 6H OTC Set at Halcyon
π 2019-08-10 01:01 in Clubbing
Craig was nice enough to come early to meet some of his fans, sign CDs, and take pictures:


Ulrich helped out hand out CDs
Ulrich helped out hand out CDs



Thanks Craig
Thanks Craig



Craig then started his massive 6H set:









Video summary:

After so many good tunes, the long night was over







The set is here: https://m.soundcloud.com/craigconnelly/ccsfotc19

2019/08/09 SayMyName at Pure Nightclub
π 2019-08-09 01:01 in Clubbing
I generally avoid going to Pure, which is a shame given how close it is to my house, but the searches at the entrance take forever and are a serious turnoff. Not to disappoint, they took 10mn+ to take my entire outfit apart and told me I was somehow not supposed to bring a small point and shoot camera in. Uh?

As for SayMyName, trap is typically not my music, but I heard him at EDC and he played an interesting mix of trap with a few trance songs here and there, and put on a good show in general, so I figured I would go check him out. Sure enough, he was quite energetic and put on a good show:




















Video summary:

See more images for SayMyName at Pure Nightclub
2019/07/27 Above and Beyond Weekender at the Gorge
π 2019-07-27 01:01 in Clubbing
It was very last minute, but I was able to join my local SF trance friends on a trip to Washington's Gorge to attend the Above and Beyond weekender:


We met in Seattle Airport and went to get an RV (a few of us rode in it but slept in tents) and go to our camp site:



Alvin and Afik DJ'ed in the RV for us with portable equipment they took in the plane
Alvin and Afik DJ'ed in the RV for us with portable equipment they took in the plane

We had premium camping, which was quite nice:

home sweet home
home sweet home


some people had better 'tents' :)
some people had better 'tents' :)

nice views of the gorge even from our location
nice views of the gorge even from our location


Afik worked on putting his sign back together after the flight
Afik worked on putting his sign back together after the flight

On saturday, after spending some time at the camp, we went to the gorge side where the event was going to happen. I ducked out in a supposedly forbidden area to get some better shots. The gorge is definitely beautiful and a very nice area for a stage:





My friends made a dash for the merch booth, while I went up to get some pictures of the nice area and enjoy the music:










The maedow had a tent with talks with DJs:






Random people pictures:

tinlicker, cute
tinlicker, cute





And here is a summary video of Day #1:






Things got nice around sunset:



And then it was time to enjoy darkness and the more popular DJs. Time for me to shine and looking for other people with shiny things :)

I made some custom gifs for the occasion
I made some custom gifs for the occasion







listening to this is like an endless fall to your death? :)
listening to this is like an endless fall to your death? :)

and finally above and beyond, 2 out of 3 as usual443*
and finally above and beyond, 2 out of 3 as usual443*






love you too, Afik :)
love you too, Afik :)

then things got big :)
then things got big :)

Ilan Bluestone finished the night starting with an interesting retake on Enigma, which many people didn't even recognize :) and after that it was time to head back to camp. I had heard a bit late that Seven Lions was playing nearby, so I went there and arrived late, but got to enjoy the end of his set (01:00 to 02:00):

The area also had a nice set of vendors:





Day #2 started with a nice yoga set with Paavo:






this was a fantastic idea, thanks to Paavo for the nice music
this was a fantastic idea, thanks to Paavo for the nice music

In the tent, Tony interviewed Seven Lions, and it was interesting to hear how he got into music and his special style of mixing dubstep and trance (both of which, when mixed together, I quite enjoy):





I then spent most of the day watching the show from a shaded spot. Sadly, I can't say I enjoyed any of the music during the day, it was definitely not trance, nor anything else that did much for me. The views were still nice and it got better as the sun set:






they nicely let a few people of the crowd in a viewing area behind the DJ
they nicely let a few people of the crowd in a viewing area behind the DJ





Here's a bit of music from Day #2 in the little that I found interesting:

I went to look for more night pictures:





the exiting thing was that I ran into Rory who made a totem pole using some of my arduino code
the exiting thing was that I ran into Rory who made a totem pole using some of my arduino code

And by 22:30, it was over:



Now, the best part was still to come, I went directly to the DJ Van in the campground, and we got a huge treat of a great 3H set by many of the DJs who were there that weekend (sadly, I was asked by Adjnunabeats, not to post the video):







That got me in bed by 03:30 or so, and after not enough hours of sleep, it was time to drive back to the airport:



2019/06/27 Luminosity Beach Festival at Bloemendaal an Zee
π 2019-06-27 01:01 in Clubbing
I had known about Luminosity for a little while, technically if I had gotten my shit together, I could have gone last year, but it was a bit too late then, so I made sure this year happened. Sadly, this year was not nearly as much as the previous years: it used to be 4 days with 12H a day, but the city council responsible for that part of the beach actually decided that it was too loud and put a reverse curfew on the festival. This was apparently not to inconvenience a few people on the beach who could literally have walked 2mn away in either direction if they didn't like the sound. Sigh...
As a result of this BS, the event was only allowed to start at 15:00, but it gets worse, even then they were not allowed to use any sound until 17:00. Sadly, that meant the first 2 hours were literally sound you could barely hear and a mostly a waste for the DJs that were playing. It kind of broke my heart to see Thrillseekers do a 3H set from 14:00 to 17:00 one day where you couldn't hear the sound :(
This is obviously not Luminosity's fault, but it effectively removed around 5H per day, or 20H total. Hopefully they get to handle that for next year, or the event is going to be much lesser than it used to be
I talked to some DJs who got sets cancelled or were forced to play with virtually no sound, and they were not happy either

the sound booth guy was tired of everyone asking why you could barely hear any music
the sound booth guy was tired of everyone asking why you could barely hear any music

That said, there were plenty of DJs still. I couldn't help myself and take a few pictures. It actually took a while before I got a clue, I could have gotten many more pictures if I had tried harder, but I had been wanting to talk to PvD and get a picture with him for so long since I've been listening to his music for over 20 years and that this alone was awesome. Sadly I missed Ferry Corsten due to a time conflict. Oh well, maybe another time:

Cold Blue
Cold Blue

Craig Connelly, I'm a big fan of his tracks
Craig Connelly, I'm a big fan of his tracks

Paul Van Dyk, after so many years!
Paul Van Dyk, after so many years!

Matt Darey, that brings me way back. He also did a great classics set
Matt Darey, that brings me way back. He also did a great classics set

Thrillseekers
Thrillseekers

Cosmic Gate
Cosmic Gate

That being said, despite the 20H that were effectively missing, it would have still been a stellar event, but sadly they were 3 big problems in my book:

  • As I just learned the day after getting home, the city council, on top of putting heavy schedule and sound restrictions on the event, also apparently put heavy security restrictions, to the point that they went overboard with security and denied me use of my led outfit during the last 3 days of the event "for security reasons"
  • the security was not correctly prioritizing their threats (to be fair, that's actually hard to do, and even with proper training, not everyone does a great job making the right calls), and convinced themselves that the wires in my outfit could be used to injure others, when shoe laces would honestly do the same.
  • the "you must buy our overpriced bottled water, which we'll sell you without bottle caps". This is so petty... Just charge what you need to charge on the tickets and let people hydrate as they need to. If only one person ends up in the hospital or worse due to dehydration, that is not worth it. Insomniac got the clue, Lumi not yet.
  • The security company they used freaked out on day #2 when a different guy at the entrance saw my light outfit and the wires that it needs to run. In his head wires = bad = terrorist = fear. He actually said he worried about ISIS. OMG... It was downhill from there, people trying to justify the decision all the way where they agreed that I wasn't a risk, but someone could rip out the wires from my outfit and use them to strangle someone else, or something. This is the saddest I've ever heard, especially because the event security was so sad to start with. For their own sake, I'm not going to reveal the huge security holes I found when I got annoyed at this (I have security training) but generally the perimeter was a joke. You could literally smuggle anything you wanted in, including weapons. The thing is that people didn't do it because they were happy to pay for the event, like I was, and honestly trance events is not really where you find weapons or fights to start with. Good thing that no one tried to use their shoe laces to strangle others or we'd have to get in without shoelaces or shoes next time... (and in case you were wondering, I spent non trivial effort to make sure my outfit would not injure others even if they banged into me while dancing).

    there were so many fences you could smuggle anything through. Thankfully it was only water and ice cream
    there were so many fences you could smuggle anything through. Thankfully it was only water and ice cream

    The only thing that kept us safe was that people came to have a good time, not to cause trouble (except maybe a handful of people who got a bit too drunk and became mean drunks), and honestly they should focus on that.

    Thankfully, and that's their biggest failure, their biggest external "threat" was really people trying to smuggle water in, or would you believe it, bottle caps (yes, bottle caps were actually forbidden, because they could be used to refill and close a bottle of water they were trying to force you to buy inside. I really saw a guy being detained by security at the entrance until he threw away both his empty bottle and then the bottle cap he was trying to keep). That's very petty.

    this did his best to beat the system and brought his own resealable bottle cap
    this did his best to beat the system and brought his own resealable bottle cap

    While I expect any festival to screen for weapons, even if this one had such a porous perimeter, the empty bottle and bottle cap stuff was just sad (food was of course also forbidden, but that's a bit more typical). The food options inside were pretty poor, but on the plus side, they allowed you to leave the event to buy food outside if you wanted to:

    people stood in line for 30 to 60mn on the first day to buy fake money
    people stood in line for 30 to 60mn on the first day to buy fake money

    which actually got devalued and of course becomes worthless at the end of the event
    which actually got devalued and of course becomes worthless at the end of the event

    and then you can spend it on limited food options
    and then you can spend it on limited food options

    Can't say I was a fan of this. They should allow contactless payment (phone or credit card) which is almost as fast and bypasses this silly token system, at least in addition to tokens. Inside they had 30-60mn lines at the token counters and no lines at the food/drink boths.

    Usually I don't rant like this, but between forcing people to pay almost $5 per 0.5L of water (make money on the ticket, not on water that creates so much plastic waste and kills our oceans), and banning my outfit on day 2 after all the trouble I went through to bring it in across the world, I was not a happy camper. That said, I had a few pictures from day #1 before I was considered such a risk, along with some of my friends from the San Francisco area (who were then all very disappointed to learn that luminosity banned my outfit on the next days):



    Ok, now that it's off my chest, back to the event. Despite the serious neutering that happened due to the city sound curfew, Lumi is still an event that's one of a kind. The sheer amount of DJs and producers that attended, was beyond impressive. To their credit, they also allow you to stand almost next to the DJ playing or behind him/her while he's playing and take great shots of the crowd. This is not something you can expect just about anywhere else. And on top of that, many DJs were more than happy to talk with their fans and pose for pictures (some were understandably harder to approach than others).

    also I saw people just climbing speakers and dancing on top when at the average festival, they'd be taken out within less than 1mn. I can actually found that refreshing :)
    also I saw people just climbing speakers and dancing on top when at the average festival, they'd be taken out within less than 1mn. I can actually found that refreshing :)

    no backstage pass required, I was just able to walk here
    no backstage pass required, I was just able to walk here

    Sadly, I'm still bitter about what they did to me, let's get back to the event, which was otherwise quite good despite the effective 20H+ missing compared to previous years.
    For starters, we were lucky with the weather, it was unseasonably warm, even borderline too warm on saturday (some other years, they had rain and most of the event is uncovered).

    you may notice the big dune that you'll find all the way around the Netherlands as a shield for the country that mostly under sea level
    you may notice the big dune that you'll find all the way around the Netherlands as a shield for the country that mostly under sea level

    the event was by the beach, and there was a fair amount of wind most days
    the event was by the beach, and there was a fair amount of wind most days

    They had 4 stages, 2 big one outdoors and 2 smaller ones indoors. Some days only had 3 stages running, other days, 4. Interestingly while the schedule changed quite a bit during the event, saturday and sunday had an extra unannounced stage, and when Solarstone was playing allegedly until midnight on friday, he didn't stop and no one kicked him out either :)

    Anyway, here are pictures from Day 1:




    my first time seeing Will Atkinson. Some DJs don't travel to the US
    my first time seeing Will Atkinson. Some DJs don't travel to the US

    4 Strings
    4 Strings





    haha, climb on top of speakers, no one cares :)
    haha, climb on top of speakers, no one cares :)

    sun took forever to set, it was only dark for 15mn before the 'day' was over
    sun took forever to set, it was only dark for 15mn before the 'day' was over

    sucks to be the laser guy when you can only use the lasers for such a short portion of the event
    sucks to be the laser guy when you can only use the lasers for such a short portion of the event

    Video of Day #1:

    This brings us to Day #2. That day John Askew played a 9H OTC set. I was joking that he was wearing a "weekend at bernie's" shirt just in case they had to prop him up, but he didn't need that, he just kept on going, awesome stamina:


    Markus Schultz
    Markus Schultz


    Jennifer came on day #2 and enjoyed some shade by the beach, where you could still hear the music
    Jennifer came on day #2 and enjoyed some shade by the beach, where you could still hear the music

    Gareth Emery
    Gareth Emery

    finally some darkness
    finally some darkness

    Solarstone finished the evening
    Solarstone finished the evening

    He finished past the event closing time, and no one complained :)
    He finished past the event closing time, and no one complained :)

    well said
    well said

    Video of Day #2:

    Saturday was Day #3, the warmest day of the festival:

    they added some big fans, as indoors was unbearably hot
    they added some big fans, as indoors was unbearably hot







    they had water cannons to make the temperature easier to bear
    they had water cannons to make the temperature easier to bear

    next was PvD
    next was PvD


    Video of Day #3:

    Sunday was Day #4 and the last day:

    I ran into Matt Darey, awesome. I thanked him for his stellar Gamemaster mix
    I ran into Matt Darey, awesome. I thanked him for his stellar Gamemaster mix

    Got to chat with goldenscan before their classics set, which was quite enjoyable
    Got to chat with goldenscan before their classics set, which was quite enjoyable

    thrillseekers did another set, he sure worked a lot and I sure didn't mind :)
    thrillseekers did another set, he sure worked a lot and I sure didn't mind :)

    Matt Darey took the classics deck and did a very enjoyable set too
    Matt Darey took the classics deck and did a very enjoyable set too


    Judge Jules
    Judge Jules

    Cosmic Gate
    Cosmic Gate

    Ferry Corsten was next
    Ferry Corsten was next



    Video of Day #4:

    And that was it for Luminosity, it ended at 23:00 on the 4th day (probably another city curfew).

    A few extra pictures. One plus of the festival is that you get sunsets. Day #2:



    Day #3:





    Jennifer came back to the beach to come watch the sunset on Day #4 with me:


    sadly it went to hide behind the clouds
    sadly it went to hide behind the clouds

    although it unexpected came back out a bit later when I tried to get a picture with Ferry (and failed)
    although it unexpected came back out a bit later when I tried to get a picture with Ferry (and failed)

    As for outfits, well, they weren't many. Outside of how I was treated, and the fact that most of the festival is during daylight hours (sunset was at 22:30), looks like Europeans aren't into fancy outfits as much in the US. Never mind totem poles, not seen a single one (although to be fair I have mixed feelings about totem poles as they totally block the view of the stage). That said there were at least some fun T-shirts:




    So that was that, with the security stuff that happened, sadly it was a bittersweet experience, but outside of these unnecessary actions, it was enjoyable and definitely interesting to experience. Now, if they can just stop the bottled water BS, reconsider their real security threats (if any), and fix the very damaging curfew from the city, hopefully next year will be better again.
    Lumi is definitely a event on its own: for the trance fans by the trance fans. The access you get to DJs, I have found nowhere else and I can only say thank you for that alone. Thanks to all the DJs/artists who came, and everyone who supported them and made the event happen.

    2019/06/08 Simon Patterson vs John Askew at Mezzanine
    π 2019-06-08 01:01 in Clubbing
    Another night in the city, more tunes, more dancing :)







    Quick summary:

    2019/05/26 Trance Family SF Party v2 at 1015
    π 2019-05-26 01:01 in Clubbing
    TFSF returned to 1015 for a 4 room set. It was 5H in 4 rooms, difficult to see it all, but we did our best (Jennifer was able to join me).

    Here's close to 1H from my roving camera: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6D4Db10AfJo



























    And here is close to 1H of DJ Blurr's set in the classics' room:

    Here's another 30mn+ from the front room with Alastair James B2B Voices From Within:

    See more images for Trance Family SF Party v2 at 1015
    2019/05/17 My 5th EDC (Electric Daisy Carnival) in Vegas
    π 2019-05-17 01:01 in Clubbing
    Can't believe it's been 5 years since my first EDC already, time flies.
    Having learned from previous years (both EDC with the bus system, and me), I left vegas earlier (17:30 to 17:45 all 3 days), which meant not bus line, and that was great.




    The shortcut through the air force base was not always faster depending on traffic to get there, but was a mostly reliable 1-1.5H trip:

    empty bus line yipee!
    empty bus line yipee!


    nice awacs planes
    nice awacs planes

    Welcome to EDC, 3 more days of fun:









    Basspod
    Basspod

    Quantum Valley, much much nicer this year with pixel forest in the foreground
    Quantum Valley, much much nicer this year with pixel forest in the foreground

    Daisy Lane
    Daisy Lane



    Rainbow Road to Kinetic Field
    Rainbow Road to Kinetic Field




    the calm before the storm
    the calm before the storm






    One fun thing at EDC are the people and costumes:



    fantastic paint job, well done
    fantastic paint job, well done





    The dancers were nice and took pictures with us:







    LED/Neopixel/RGBPanel work:




    low res version of my previous shirt better coverage. Nice job
    low res version of my previous shirt better coverage. Nice job








    I obviously didn't resist the urge to take pictures with others:









    Including friends and people I know from other events:


    Afik and his new sign
    Afik and his new sign


    in his natural habitat
    in his natural habitat

    Hi Nathalie
    Hi Nathalie


    and then, there is this guy, it was his first EDC and he did more than great :)
    and then, there is this guy, it was his first EDC and he did more than great :)

    not causing trouble :)
    not causing trouble :)

    Random burning man-like displays and projects, as well as art:










    Art cars:



    burning man's mayan warrior
    burning man's mayan warrior

    it's a beautiful art car, just not my kind of music
    it's a beautiful art car, just not my kind of music


    VIP Areas (there were many kinds):



















    Then, there was Pixel Forest, really really cool job, especially the music/neopixel tunnel:








    Another great display were the Tesla Coil Dancers (Lords of Lightening?):





    Lots of rides:










    Misc:




    Every day had a parade:






    And yes, EDC was about music of course, let's start with Day #1:


    Quantum Valley (trance) was much improved
    Quantum Valley (trance) was much improved

    Niko Zographos helped open the new stage with a great set
    Niko Zographos helped open the new stage with a great set






    Ali and Fila
    Ali and Fila



    above and beyond was next at circuit grounds
    above and beyond was next at circuit grounds





    only at EDC
    only at EDC



    Gareth Emery was next, for an interesting set that travelled all over
    Gareth Emery was next, for an interesting set that travelled all over




    And there isn't an EDC without fireworks, right after Above and Beyond's set:




    Also, a lot of tech to make this all work:






    Here is a summary of Day #1:

    And brings up to Day #2



    after Craig, I went to check out the competition a bit
    after Craig, I went to check out the competition a bit





    cosmic maedows
    cosmic maedows

    basspod
    basspod



    then back to Quantum Valley for Bryan Kearney
    then back to Quantum Valley for Bryan Kearney


    then Paul Oakenfold took over
    then Paul Oakenfold took over

    Nice suit :)
    Nice suit :)


    Ferry Corsten was next
    Ferry Corsten was next


    Paul van Dyk sadly only got to play a little bit before the stage was shut down for wind
    Paul van Dyk sadly only got to play a little bit before the stage was shut down for wind

    Sadly, there was a lot of wind on day 2 and day3. It caused a shutdown of some stages on the 2nd day:



    Here is a summary of Day #2:

    Then, the last day, the hardest one on your energy bank :)






    Ruben was nice enough to take a picture with me
    Ruben was nice enough to take a picture with me

    I then tried to check out other stages again, got to see a good portion of Say My Name, which was an interesting mix of genres:








    Then, it was time for Armin's set at Kinetic Field:








    Armin was also nice enough to take a few pictures
    Armin was also nice enough to take a few pictures

    After Armin, back to Quantum Valley for Cosmic Gate:



    Marlo:



    And Mark Sixma:


    Here is a summary of Day #3:

    And it was time to get out and catch a shuttle to make my flight (which ended up being cancelled, thank you Southwest):


    eventually, all good things come to an end
    eventually, all good things come to an end


    time to get home and race back to the airport for my flight that I found out got cancelled when my phone started getting signal again
    time to get home and race back to the airport for my flight that I found out got cancelled when my phone started getting signal again


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