Katharos. I'd be okay with that. Bronte has excellent taste and her lounge attracts talent (also, I'd listen to the worst off-key warbling to be back in Greece, eating her cooking!) But on the whole, give me a good book and a warm blanket rather than punish me with hours of loud, repetitive "music."
However, I decided that I was going to see this street art festival thing through, even if Wednesday's field trip didn't turn out the way I was hoping. Yesterday Geek and I went to the kick-off party for the public part of the festival with a DJ party at iLoft. There have been workshops taking place there all week as well, including DJ workshops by l'Homme's brother, DJ No Breakfast (ooh, look at my journalistic integrity, there...bringing attention to the fact that I kind of know someone and may have personal bias! I almost feel like a real writer!)
For once this year, I didn't take pictures, other than the one above of some of the new art decorating the walls of iLoft. I know the limitations of my phone's camera - there is not much use posting blurry photos of a club. I could describe iLoft to you, but you'd need to be a fan of Buffy the Vampire Slayer (if you ARE, think of the Bronze). As for the music, I really kind of liked it. It was not deafening - Geek and I could actually talk while we were there. It had a good beat. I could recognize parts of some of the music, but it was not so repetitive that I wanted to beat my head against a wall. Is that considered good for a DJ party? Well, how the hell should I know - I began with the admission that it's not really my scene, didn't I? But when we left around midnight, it was because I was about to turn into a pumpkin (it was an emotional last day at school and I couldn't sleep in this morning because we went out to Gachuurt with Five for the last time today), and not because it sucked. I actually enjoyed it a lot.