Monday, March 05, 2007
Drum & Bass Impact at Cruiscín Lán
Some nutter trying to dance!
The start of March saw the return of the Impact drum and bass night to the Cruiscín Lán. As the last previous Impact night was way back some time last year, it was nice to see its revival. In fairness, FiCTiON and the rest of the Impact crew do a great job at running it, a thankless task if ever there was one.
As usual, there was a good line-up of djs, some local, some not but all great, although to be honest the dub reggae bit in the middle of the night kind of lost me but heh, that’s just me, it simply wasn’t my kind of thing. Anyway, when all was said and done, it was another great drum and bass escapade, albeit a rather sweaty one as that place badly needs some kind of air conditioning!
If you like drum and bass, check out the next Impact night on the 14th April.
(Once again, thanks to Pat de Butcher for the photos.)
Betty, apologies for my over use of soft focus and lens flares on Pat's photos, just can't help myself.
As a connoisseur of la fruits de la mer, I am intrigued by this Drumn bass you keep referring to. I normally prefer a baked sea bass with fois gras but would love to try this drumn bass you mention. Is this a lake that it comes from Cruiscin Lan?
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