Review: DJ Feed Your Head at Webster Hall 4/17/13

April 26, 2013 -

Ashlyn Fulton

To our surprise, we arrived to a humble rave scene at The Studio at Webster Hall, with hundreds of those new foam glow sticks you see everywhere now a days. We walked in rocking the Feed Your Head glasses we had been gifted by the DJ. We see that others have the same along with T-shirts to go with them! Good call with the free merch, DJ Feed Your Head. It was a good way to make people feel apart of the show as well as advertise!

We already see a bright future for this one, as he has an image going for himself with a black suit and tie along with an intricate LED gas mask. You could tell he took his set seriously because of the way he prepared it. He started off with a little Kid Cudi, and then threw in some “Revolution” by The Beatles. This guy was throwing electro bangers into our ears all night. Spinning tracks like Afrojack & Steve Aoki “Effed up Camel,” W&W “Lift Off,” and Knife Party “Internet Friends.”
We are pretty sure we were the only ones raging out for the first half of the show but as people saw our enthusiasm and discovered what Feed Your Head had up his sleeve, the entire basement was bumping. By the end of the night, we were up on stage dancing right along side DJ Feed Your Head. Stay tuned and follow DJ Feed Your Head to see what he has in store for us next!

~XOXO abRAVEgirls


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