Dim Mak Studios is always the place to be on a Tuesday night. No matter the line up, you can always bet that a good time will be had by all. It also doesn’t hurt that they have a wide variety of drink discounts throughout the night and, sometimes, they even drag a keg on to the dance floor (dead serious). This past Tuesday night was no exception and held host to Boys Noize Records takeover featuring D.I.M., Strip Steve, Destructo, and resident Bones. Before we get to the main attraction, it should be pointed out that the back room has been rebranded as Room 86, a 21+ only lounge with it’s own private bar, a private smoking patio, and a totally separate DJ line-up. Extremely clutch if you want to be a tad more relaxed and not party with underagers (nothing wrong with that though).
Overall, the night was a great success and the crowd was pumped for every DJ play. Bones, the resident DJ and Gotta Dance Dirty co-owner, started the night off right like always. Destructo (aka previous HARD owner Gary Richards) selected the perfect records and spun a much deeper, groovier set than what was expected. It was a pleasant and welcome change. Destructo set the night up perfectly for both D.I.M. and Strip Steve to take it to the next level. Luckily, mission accomplished. We had a great time
partying our asses off engaging in intellectually stimulating conversations with all the Dim Mak crew in attendance and can’t wait to go back again for many more shows.
Want to attend? You can purchase tickets to/see all the upcoming line-ups here: Dim Mak Events