New Year's Eve 1994
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I didn't feel up to driving all the way to SF (from Watsonville) so I
decided to head to the Cloud Factory party in Monterey. I got in about
10:30 and at that point some local industrial act was on. This wasn't at
all what I'd been expecting and the 10 or so people on the dancefloor
were kicking around a couple full size blow-up dolls and a mannakin's
head. At this point I was getting a real negative feeling from the whole
affair and almost headed back to a private party in Santa Cruz.
Luckily I stuck it out until the DJs came on at around 11:20; they had
about four guys rotating around five turntables and ended up with a
pretty cool effect. The light show was good as well. I was kind of
disapointed that more people weren't dancing; a lot of them just sort of
sat there. There probably weren't more than 60 people on the dancefloor
at a time. The promoters were totally cool. Cheap admission, no security,
and free oranges for everyone.
I also ran into a bunch of people I hadn't seen since high school which
was also totally cool. Well, back to LA soon...
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