|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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