Event Review: NERVO at The Yost Theater (03.17.14)

March 24, 2014 -

Fadi AbuZaineh

It was an eventful Monday night for us, since we got a flat tire right when we parked the car. But being that it was St. Patrick's Day, we did not let anything prevent us from having a crazy night at The Yost. We arrived a little late after what happened, and the first thing we noticed was the huge line outside. It was almost 11PM and people were still waiting to enter the venue. We got inside and checked out the floor. It was already bumpin' as opening DJ DangerHouse was dropping a mix of hip-hop, trap, and house beats that flowed together seamlessly. The crowd was amped up and ready to rage for NERVO's set.

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The time came for NERVO to go on, but the thing was...they weren't there yet. DangerHouse was still playing for 15 minutes until they arrived around 12:30. The moment that the twins went up behind the decks, the crowd went wild with excitement, and the first thing they said was that they just got off a flight. Talk about being in a rush. After taking a minute to set up, NERVO brought the energy sky high as they dropped hits like The Code by W&W and Ummet Ozcan, and Tsunami by DVBBS and Borgeous. I didn't think that they could keep their energy levels so high, but I was happily proven wrong.

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Later into their set, it got even crazier as they dropped Revolution from start to finish. Then they had the whole crowd singing along with their own song "Like Home" with Nicky Romero. It was a crazy scene with giant white balloons being tossed around along with confetti being dropped and the fog machines going wild. Not to mention Miriam Nervo walking out in front of the stage with a fog gun shooting the audience to the rhythm of the music.

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It was a pretty solid night of music and St. Patrick's Day festivities at The Yost Theatre. We were able to go backstage and chit chat with Olivia Nervo for a quick second, and she said that she liked our American accents. Well, that was after we told her how cool her Australian accent was of course. The Nervo twins are two of the sweetest girls we've ever met. I would highly recommend to those that have never been to a NERVO show to make it a priority, you will not be disappointed.

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