The recent suburban event Electronic Karma: Suburban Dance Party Massive exceeded all expectations ten-fold. WompWorthy’s Official DJ PANDAMONIUM recently took the massive initiative to bring the party to the tired and stagnating burbs in the midst of these crushingly depressing winter months. Setup at the Knights of Columbus in Arlington Heights, the presentation, music and atmosphere as a whole was fantastically diverse and consuming, carried by the uplifted and empowering unity of the loyal suburban bass heads.
The eye-boggling light setup for the evening was an utterly glorious wonder to behold, complimented by the elaborate stage and dance floor decorations. Provided by the very professional AMP DJ Services, every last bit of the system was absolutely astonishing and worthy of the immense praise it received. Not to be overshadowed by the dazzling display, was the powerfully domineering 20,000 watt sound system that filled the small venue with more full-fledged, face-melting bass than ordinary humans should be able to withstand. With the sole hiccups being the fault of the power grid for the building, the entire evening went off without a hitch from start to finish. Brimming with a lively and passionate crowd, the energy in the room was practically limitless, courtesy of the disgustingly fierce beats thrown down by the titans of trap.
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With opening sets from Tylr, Rob Brown v. Andy Rivera and Kenny Dekx, the night was a tightly knit, full-on blast of good vibes and heavy beats. As the headliners took the stage, the mood switched from wild to out-of-control to accompany the frenzy of dope tracks and fearsome bass. PANDAMONIUM and Teriszega tore down whatever was left of the worn out crowd for an epically and ultimately fulfilling close to the night. Complete with a sneak peak at one of PANDAMONIUM’s unreleased tracks for his upcoming EP, this was a night of high anticipation and complete satisfaction.