Trading booze for bass?

Posted: 09/02/2011 in Uncategorized
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Is it just me or has the entire party scene switched up over the years.  I started to take notice a few years back that there was less and less people at the bar while more and more people took to the floor.  Now mind you, I have switched hangout spots from “regular clubs”  to the more authentic “one off raves” because they have the most original, innovative and best mix of music, so that could be the reason, but I’ve noticed this new trend in Toronto, London and Madrid so far.  Also, speaking with friends in various parts of the world they’ve noticed the same pattern.  It seems to be the only people hanging at the bar or getting smashed on average are people around 30 or older..the new generation is spending more time skanking until their shoes are worn.  Now theres the argument that there are more club drugs circulating and all that but thats another topic for another day.  By no means am I saying that young folks aren’t drinking until their livers check out on vacation.  Im just noticing that there’s less people over dressed and holding up the walls with a drink and more people letting loose and having a good time with a bottle of water..As I said before it may just be where I hangout.  Just an observation and I may be wrong.

who says these kids don’t dance anymore? …not in my house

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Comments
  1. Lorraine says:

    Being from the “other side of 30” but always listening, it is great to hear this generation doing it better. Good on you Yaun for the observation.

  2. Yaun Lee says:

    Thanks Lorraine. As much some people may not realize it but the whole party scene is going full circle back to how it use to be. Bands are popular again, house parties are making a return and soon the return of punchbowl! Only thing new is that one band member is a computer and the pictures/video of the party are being shared while the party is still going on!

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