By throwing out time the bar was dry, although not all eyes were. This was certainly the most raging party Crossfire have ever thrown, and for the roadblocked gatecrashers who sold it out, a night to live long in the memory.
Lady Starlight, who made her UK debut at the party said it was the “best time of my life, except for a few revealing wardrobe malfunctions...but I suppose I’m known for those aren’t I?!”
From her rock-styled bump n grind to Stereo:Type’s mash-ups for the mashed up, it was murder on the dancefloor with the guys claiming it was “one of the best gigs we've done all year, absolute carnage!”.
With blown lights and blown gaskets, it was equally crazy on the ramp and skaters from across the country were carried on the wings of the night to throw down like never before as Talita Twoshoes pumped the thrash metal sounds. Upstairs Chickenhawk and The Fuckin’ Hate took it in turns to spark it off with blistering metal and hardcore soundscapes to fuel the fires and stoke the danger all round. Beer showers abounded in the pit during both sets. Bewitching hour descended and sent the undead spiralling into a frenzied crescendo for headliner Eddy Temple-Morris’ fierce D&B set right through the night. It was that banging, straight up.
Not only are the DJs and bands banging on about how good it was, there is also footage to prove just how crazy things got:
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