the creation of the DAFT FUNK clubnight


I’d love to know your opinions on what makes a good clubnight?

What was your favourite club? clubnight? DJ?

What makes your night special or memorable?

I would really appreciate all your comments. Thank You x


5 responses

  1. Bobby-Jo

    My favourite…Had some fantastic nights with Mr Scuff, had my first Scuffy night 10 years ago and I can still remember the buzz, so something must have been good, the company, the chilled out venue, the tunes….all so right

    and lets not forget Manumission…. the best nights I’ve ever had, a little sordid, always an element of surprize but despite all the madness and gayness, I think what made Manumission work so well was the intimate venue, candles, chill out zones, places to mingle, the vibe of the venue is just as important as the music.

    I like ecelctic jumbles, something funky, soulful, old school, throw in the bass, and the occasional little cheeky surprize : ) Starts light and fluffy, ends a little deranged, but not too heavy, I want to leave on a high.

    March 2, 2012 at 10:38 am

    • That’s great feedback Bobby-Jo thank you! Manumission was an eye opener for me too. Glad I got to experience it in Ibiza as well. A completely different vibe though. Thank you for your time x

      March 2, 2012 at 5:59 pm

  2. Bobby-Jo

    Manumission changed all who dared walk through its doors, I can still smell poppers when ever I hear certain tunes ! Happy Feet penguins on your dance floor is definately an element of surprize, how random! Hope the word of mouth send more your way.
    Lovin your blog and the tunes on your wall, keep on keepin on Becs xx

    March 5, 2012 at 9:40 am

  3. Stella

    Well for me it was Funkademia that pretty much defined our generation. I think I started going in the late 1990’s (I tihnk, it’s all a bit of a blur to be honest!).

    Fritz was my fave DJ. he just knew what tunes would get people on the dance floor. Once I was on there I could not leave until the lights came on at 3am!! I think as well as good music you have you have to have a great atmosphere and that stems from the type of people who come. For me I had great friends already but I also met some amazing like minded peeps through going to Fdemia and I have amazing memories of them all. To sum it up, great music, happy peeps, no drama. xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

    March 10, 2012 at 8:46 am

    • Happy peeps is a good one, music may be awesome but the whole ‘friendly vibe’ thing really makes it. you didn’t have to get your mates to come on the dancefloor with you because you were in a room full of mates! I also loved the size of The Attic.
      Thanks Stella!! xx

      March 10, 2012 at 11:08 am

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