Jun 01 2017
A month or two back (tired of me saying this over and over?) I had opportunity to attend the Aprilween edition of Turbo Drive at the DNA Lounge and dance the night away in costume to fine music and so much artificial fog that the Sisters of Mercy would have to admit their envy.
Well, I was sort of in costume. I wasn't sure if I was going to be able to make it at the last minute, so I didn't actually put together a costume. Danny Delorean, however did an awesome Driver cosplay from Drive that night, down to the varsity jacket.
Okay, enough of me going on about a night over a month ago. Here are the pictures, few though they be.
Jun 01 2017
Back in March of 2017 (I know, I'm still cleaning out my picture collection) I attended yet another Turbo Drive at the DNA Lounge to see yet another synthwave concert, that time Pixel Memory and Protector-101. When I wasn't dancing I was snapping pictures of the performers as they blew our minds and melted n>0 faces in the crowd.
Aw, hell, I don't have anything witty to say right now. Here are the pictures.
Nov 23 2016
In October of this year, I once again made my pilgrimage to the DNA Lounge to spend the night dancing at Turbo Drive, the club's monthly (sort of) synthwave dance party. A sucker for the old-school synths as always, I dressed up in my finest to see Vice Reine, Night Club, and the Beautiful Machines perform live. I especially wanted to attend because that particular night celebrated the release of Night Club's first full album, entitled Requiem for Romance (listen to it!) This was one of the few nights where Turbo Drive was held on the main dancefloor of the DNA and not at Code Word, the side club upstairs. All three bands put on top-notch shows; Night Club was enjoyable as usual, and I really got into the Beautiful Machines.
In my photo album, you'll find a couple of photographs of a woman in a hand-made, full cyber costume constructed especially for Turbo Drive. Her name is Mikaela Holmes, and she specializes in wearable art of all kinds, from leather to optical fibre, low-light reflective to hand-formed electroluminescants. Photographs (hers and mine) don't do her work justice, you really have to see it up close to really appreciate it. She even has a bunch of tutorials up at Instructables. If you get a chance, stop by her Facebook page and check it out.
Anyway, here are the pictures I took.