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TaurusNYY
Techno says...Do this...



Registered: Mar 2010
Location: NYC/ NNJ

quote:
Originally posted by DJ Eco
Well, to a certain extent, the DJs influence the crowd, yes. But a very limited certain extent. Different choices that are made, like putting hip hop to the mezzanine, or making certain local DJs (both fairly famous and just emerging) regulars directly influences who comes in there week by week.

On the other hand, I'm not a fan of music snobs either. I've been to some parties where everyone knew their shit about the music and yet, the vibe was as negative (and more boring) as a 5AM fistpump circle at Jonathan Peters.

Can't wait to see how it goes, and I really hope for the best; I need a new club to go to! I'm just not excited anymore..


I do think the Hip hop room in Pacha is pretty lame and always wonder what hip hop fan/ club go-er would choose to go to Pacha for hip hop when they are so many good hip hop clubs in NYC to go too- I actually consider them losers, or those that are too intimidated by a real hip hop club and choose pacha instead. That being said they do tend to stay upstairs and do not really bother, some night though pacha seems so seedy and creepy like times square back in the 70's and that is just weird and creepy- but doesnt really hinder my good times. I am so looking forward to this new club and will be there for opening night so it will be crazy that night regardless- lets hope for good things since the people who are not music snobs or guido fist pumpers need a place to call home.

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Neonbeats
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Registered: Oct 2009
Location: NYC

quote:
Originally posted by TaurusNYY
Ive been to Pacha a bunch of times and know what you mean- I have yet to hit Cielo - but how drastically are the two clubs? Doesnt this music always bring out your usual freaks here and there? Also how can you stop it from being like pacha? I mean what do people hate so much about Pacha- depending on the DJ it really sets the crowd IMO.


Cielo and Pacha are night and day. They hold a door at Cielo on most nights and why the crowd is 100x's better than Pacha. People hate pacha because it's filled with guido douchebags, meatheads without shirts and complete creeps. As long as D36 sets the story straight from day 1 they'll be ok......oh yea and never ever book JP or Boris.

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DJ Eco
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Registered: May 2004
Location: Dirty Jersey

quote:
Originally posted by Neonbeats
Cielo and Pacha are night and day. They hold a door at Cielo on most nights and why the crowd is 100x's better than Pacha. People hate pacha because it's filled with guido douchebags, meatheads without shirts and complete creeps. As long as D36 sets the story straight from day 1 they'll be ok......oh yea and never ever book JP or Boris.



It's a tough thing to do though. Where do you draw the line? How do you tell the techno fan with sneakers, jeans, and a graphic tshirt waiting online he can come in, but assume the more muscular dude in the Ed Hardy shirt, but same sneakers and jeans can't? Any strict door policy will end up affecting us all negatively. I wouldn't go to a Drumcode night with anything more than my Devils hat, tshirt, jeans, and sneakers. What could the door policy possibly be, that wouldn't piss off techno and house lovers?


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kingchinc
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Registered: Oct 2006
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u know what that means... so close to K town and 24/7 bulgogi, SON!!!


Kalbi all the way!

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bradley rose
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Registered: Jul 2004
Location: New York, NY

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Originally posted by Chaska
A friend of mine ran into Bradley Rose on the street and he told him it was opening labor day weekend. The location is def 36th bet 5th & 6th.

I'm actually glad there's not all that much publicity.



I never told anyone that the opening is Labor Day weekend, not sure who told you that. The official opening is Friday 09.17.10 as previously mentioned in this thread.


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DJslantzz
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Registered: Jul 2003
Location: New York

quote:
Originally posted by DJ Eco
It's a tough thing to do though. Where do you draw the line? How do you tell the techno fan with sneakers, jeans, and a graphic tshirt waiting online he can come in, but assume the more muscular dude in the Ed Hardy shirt, but same sneakers and jeans can't? Any strict door policy will end up affecting us all negatively. I wouldn't go to a Drumcode night with anything more than my Devils hat, tshirt, jeans, and sneakers. What could the door policy possibly be, that wouldn't piss off techno and house lovers?

Very good point, and if D36 is being compared to Arc or Twilo, then from what I remember in those club nights, there was FAR from any dress code.

Anyways it's very exciting to see a new club opening...I think this could only have a positive effect on club life in NYC. I hope for the best with this place, and cant wait to see it.


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Neonbeats
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Registered: Oct 2009
Location: NYC

quote:
Originally posted by DJ Eco
It's a tough thing to do though. Where do you draw the line? How do you tell the techno fan with sneakers, jeans, and a graphic tshirt waiting online he can come in, but assume the more muscular dude in the Ed Hardy shirt, but same sneakers and jeans can't? Any strict door policy will end up affecting us all negatively. I wouldn't go to a Drumcode night with anything more than my Devils hat, tshirt, jeans, and sneakers. What could the door policy possibly be, that wouldn't piss off techno and house lovers?


You saying you can't tell the difference between a guido dbag and an every day dude wearing jeans and a tshirt? It's really not that hard. Even simple policies like you must have sleeves on your shirt and you can't take your shirt off in a club will help curb the pacha crowd.

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AY STAR
let the music use you up



Registered: Dec 2003
Location: the county of kings..ny

quote:
Originally posted by Neonbeats
You saying you can't tell the difference between a guido dbag and an every day dude wearing jeans and a tshirt? It's really not that hard. Even simple policies like you must have sleeves on your shirt and you can't take your shirt off in a club will help curb the pacha crowd.


what about all the 50 year old otb asian guys who dont speak a word of english? should or shouldnt they be allowed in?


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TaurusNYY
Techno says...Do this...



Registered: Mar 2010
Location: NYC/ NNJ

quote:
Originally posted by AY STAR
what about all the 50 year old otb asian guys who dont speak a word of english? should or shouldnt they be allowed in?



yeah whats that all about- they give me the creeps I stay well out of there way.


I think having a shirt policy is actually a really good idea usually next to the middle aged asian men is the group of muscular guys from all ethnic backgrounds with there shirts off, very nearby are the tranny escorts- lol ohhh pacha you crazy place you.

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Neonbeats
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Registered: Oct 2009
Location: NYC

quote:
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what about all the 50 year old otb asian guys who dont speak a word of english? should or shouldnt they be allowed in?


Old asian dudes are cool

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TaurusNYY
Techno says...Do this...



Registered: Mar 2010
Location: NYC/ NNJ

quote:
Originally posted by Neonbeats
Old asian dudes are cool



yeah go sit in that section that they take over and let me know how cool they are.

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AY STAR
let the music use you up



Registered: Dec 2003
Location: the county of kings..ny

quote:
Originally posted by TaurusNYY
yeah go sit in that section that they take over and let me know how cool they are.


exactly
i dont wanna sound racist, but they dont speak a word of english and have no idea of who the dj is
they go to do drugs and hug each other

i dont think they add anything positive to the party


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