REVIEW | Ronski Speed at Glow

By Ravi in Glow Washington DC, Show Reviews
Wednesday, September 1, 2010, 4:19am. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 8:28pm) Add comments

They came from Maryland, Virginia, DC, New York, New Jersey, New England and beyond. He came from Germany. We all came together Saturday night for the love of trance. And not just any trance, Euphonic trance. Boasting artists like Above & Beyond, Kyau & Albert, Marc Marberg, Stoneface & Terminal and Saturday’s main attraction, we can safely say that Euphonic is trance.

On the patio at Fur Nightclub was a second label-driven party. M-nus Records star and DC-native Ambivalent returned home to deliver a spine-stretching set of the finest techno from Berlin to date. With pounding bass and crispy treble, Ambivalent pushed the evening forward with that uniquely beautiful M-nus sound. Needless to say, it was an evening of running back and forth.

Ronski Speed took to the decks and spun great trance; euphoric, uplifting, and driving with a splash of heart-melting vocals. The Trance Addicts were out in full force and when they’re happy, as picky as they (this guy included) are, you know the show was great. Ronski started smooth, gave us a minute to prepare ourselves, and ended the evening with blasts from every direction!

Highlights included Thomas Datt – Phoenix Burn (Datt was in attendance, very cool guy), Armin van Buuren – Unforgiveable (ID?), a mash up of ‘Ramsterdam’ and ‘Man on the Run’, Rex Mundi vs. Ronski Speed – Perspective Space, Juventa – For That Special Girl, Above and Beyond & Kyau and Albert – Anphonic, Ronski Speed – Lasting Light, Armin van Buuren vs. Cirez D – On Off of Love, Gareth Emery vs. Oceanlab – On a Metropolis Day and Kyau & Albert – Always a Fool (ID?)

Someone once asked us how we could review our own shows. Wouldn’t there be bias? To which we replied, “the track lists speak for themselves.”

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