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© Honey Club UKOn May 14th 2005, a new edition of the succesful Sevensins concept took place. This time, Woody & Alex were invited to rock the crowds socks off... Want to know exactly what the party was like, how the club was and everything else that comes into mind? Then read on!

Of course we all know Woody & Alex for their outstanding releases on numerous high quality labels. With Woody starting his own Fenology label back in 2003 (after running labels like Clubbgroove), the two found themselves a suitable home to release their tracks on.
Mr. van Eyden has been DJ'ing for years now, playing literally everywhere. Alex has been around for quite some time as well and played at huge events like Trance Energy and Mysteryland.

The club itself is located directly at the Brighton Beach, and serves as a nice place with terraces to chill out a bit during daytime. But at night, things change... Every Saturday night has been reserved for a new edition of the Sevensins concept, a party idea which features one or two well known DJ's. This time the programme was as following:

22:00 - 01:00: Resident DJ
01:00 - 02:00: Woody van Eyden
02:00 - 03:00: Alex M.O.R.P.H.
03:00 - 04:00: Woody van Eyden & Alex M.O.R.P.H. Back-2-Back

I entered the club at around 00:15 and started to check out what everything looked like. One thing that (of course) immediately got my attention was the already huge amount of people that was present at that time. The resident was tearing up the place with some quality housey tunes, serving as a perfect warm-up for the sets to come. While the club is not that big, it definitely has a nice interior: directly adjacent to the DJ-booth was a small podium which served as a tight dancing spot during the first few hours of the night. Above the dancefloor were multiple mirror balls, each of them creating a nice effect when combined with a piece of the nice lighting array. To me, it seemed like the accent concerning the colors was put on mostly green, purple and some red, all combined bringing about a gentle atmosphere.

Some of the lights


Around the dancefloor were several heightened places to stand on, one including a series of small round red lights. The other one had this huge mirror behind it, which was also placed behind the podium I just mentioned. This definitely resulted in me thinking the club was a lot bigger at first sight! As I went on checking out the venue, I stumbled upon some stairs which led to an area that could be typified as the Lounge Room. A nice bar, loads of couches and seats to relax on together with the chilled out vibe made this the perfect spot to just hang out a bit and rest after a time of feet tiring dancing.
But I had no time just sit there and do nothing because the clock was nearing 01:00, meaning that Woody was about to start his set. The resident played his last record (an amazingly energetic one by the way), enabling mr. van Eyden to start off in a nice and agile way. With the dancefloor being packed with party people already I just felt this was going to turn out greatly. And it did!

People


With Woody churning out tune after tune, the crowd just couldn't stand still. I wasn't able to ID many of the tracks because he played lots of brand new material, but it definitely was a nice blend of trance, techtrance and just a little bit of techno influences. It was also amazing to see how the crowd kept on raising their hands and going wild all the time, creating a rightfully wonderful vibe. A thing that I observed as well was that everyone was just plain relaxed! No aggressiveness, but in stead people constantly saying 'Sorry' if they accidentally bumped into you or something. Quite nice really, because I've been at parties where I was a lot less optimistic about this point.
One of the cool things about Woody's DJ'ing style is that he interacts with the crowd a lot. Constantly making the oddest gestures and smiling all the time, he certainly knows how to keep the crowd happy. Check out this guitar move for instance:

Woody Air Guitar


Around 2 AM, Alex M.O.R.P.H. took charge of the decks to create some more hysteria. First building up on the energetic beats that Woody had already brought out, he gradually started to play his well-defined M.O.R.P.H. sound. Dancefloor destroyers like Purple Haze - 'Adrenaline' and loads of Alex's own productions like his remixes for Lennox - 'Servants of Justice' and Armin's 'Shivers' and of course his amazing new single 'New Harvest' blasted through the speakers, resulting in the crowd to absolutely freak out. Then, at all of a sudden two guys entered the stage next to the booth and told everyone to stay away from them for about 5 minutes. With me thinking 'huh?' they started packing out these electronic saw-like things, put on some protective clothing and hang this wooden/aluminium thing in front of their chests. Then they started to do something that I had never seen before: they began touching the chest-thing with the saws, resulting in a huge amount of sparks to emerge. Dancing a bit as well, they kind of moved together with the music creating a very cool effect. Though the photo is not that clear, check it out:

An odd way of doing fireworks


After Alex finished his successful hour of spinning, Woody joined him in order to start the B2B set. Woody's remix of the amazing Fire & Ice 'Para Siempre' came along, as well as loads of other utterly powerful dancefloor igniters. One of the highlights of this last hour was one of the upcoming releases on Fenology called Ferrin & Low - 'Breeze', which is quite the anthem with an immensely powerful breakdown and a wonderful melody. While a few people had left already, the real die-hards were still standing on the dancefloor doing what they had to do until the end. Tons of great records were played, resulting in a perfect ending of an already amazing night!

Woody van Eyden & Alex M.O.R.P.H. back-2-back



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