Having been to London, Ontario (Rated one of the TOP party cities in the world) in the past and knowing how crazy first hand the parties are, I was extremely excited when my 2 buddies invited me out east to come rage for the Generation Wild Tour. After seeing Danny Avila and Deniz Koyu both within a three week span in November 2013, the only thing I could think of was bangers, bangers, bangers and more bangers!
After arriving late I had already missed out on DBerrie's set, but Avila was just about on. The crowd was filled with young ravers eager to dance the night away, at least it seemed that way as everyone was dressed in neons and fluffy's (For those who don't know they are the fluffy boots girls wear).
Avila burst onto the decks with force instantly laying down a plethora of hits that included the new #1 Beatport Top 100 Back to Earth - Futuristic Polar Bears released on Revealed Recordings. As well as, two of Avila's hottest songs Poseidon and Tronco.
A faint image of Deniz Koyu could be seen glimmering through a cloud of smoke on stage as Avila was finishing and chants of Bong Man could be heard through the crowd. Koyu opened with my personal favorite track right now 5 Hours - Deorro. The Bong Man had the crowd begging for more as he dropped Raveology-DVBBS currently sitting at #11 in the Beatport Top 100, also Koyu's newest banger Ruby which sits at #15 in the Beatport Top 100 and was released January 20th on Axtone Recordings.
If you haven't heard of www.kirillwashere.com I highly advise you go check it out, the man brings a legendary presence with anytime he enters a club with that camera. I missed him last time he was at Maison with the Bassjackers in Toronto, so when I heard he was part of the Generation Wild Tour a road trip was in order. He walks around the club with his camera and has girls take their tops off so he can empty a bottle of champagne all over them while snapping pictures for his website.
To say London can bring it is an understatement, The London Music Hall was a great venue that could rival hot spots in Toronto.