title: Fear and Loathing in Amsterdam
category: progressive promotion
assigned by: Art of noiZ
Art of noiZ - Fear and Loathing in Amsterdam - March 2, 2007
It was somewhere around Buiksloot, across the IJ with the ferry,
when the ground started to shake. My attorney pulled me towards
the dancefloor, where an archaic yet eternal ritual seemed to take
place. A shaman paced the crowd with a mixture of undulating bass,
broken beats, distorted brass and intergalactic cocktail pitchers
filled with multi-layered uppers, downers, all arounders, two dozen
tempo benders, a pint of raw acid, a quart of funk and a case
of Raving Anthems '99.
During a break, the dancing wave froze around us, my attorney
turned abruptly and addressed me: “As your attorney, i advise you
to take a peek into your agenda for Friday next week.”
My mind reliquified. As my verbal sense tried to gather its slippery
self, the next wave rolled onwards and engulfed us in a holosomatic
manifestation of artefactual dance.
“Order some moonboots, otherwise we'll never make it out of this
place alive!” Though sturdily uttered, my words were but a drop of
noise in an ocean of music. *
These are the opening lines of the promo for Fear and Loathing in Amsterdam, a party by Art of noiZ. Artwork, names and title are produced by the assignor; all text by Words with Wings.
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* adapted to H. S. Thompson's “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas”.