The Do-Over

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Labor-Over? Ha, the rebranding of The Do-Over for special occasions has become an infatuation of late. How many “-over” things have been coined? Too many perhaps. This past Labor Day Sunday festivities were definitive of what The Do-Over is all about. Our favorite friends, great crowd, amazing DJ sets, and lots and lots of drinking thanks to the extra encouragement of the holiday on Monday. We don’t hate holiday Mondays one bit!

Kickin’ it off, Mr. Strong handled the two plus opening hours while the shade was the VIP. All the way from Bristol, via Columbia, Ethiopia and so many points between, Quantic provided some next level sounds that were pushing the future and the past all at once. Looking around seeing seasoned DJ’s with hands in the air is something else. One of the coolest dudes from the Bay, J-Boogie, came swinging for the fences and kept it extra sweaty. From NYC, The Rub’s own Eleven was next up and he set the party on fire. Finally, our annual regular from the very very north of Europe, Finland to be exact, Anonymous schooled us all once again. In true Labor day fashion, the party seemed to tick right along in various places throughout LA even after we closed, but some things are better left unmentioned.

What’cha Wanna Do? Do-Over!

Audio:
Quantic: http://www.sendspace.com/file/jl8047
J-Boogie: http://www.sendspace.com/file/yjsbau
Eleven: http://www.sendspace.com/file/zvmtym
Anonymous: http://www.sendspace.com/file/pbfsf8

Photos:
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September 9, 2010 - 11:26 AM
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  • Speeakz

    September 15, 2010 | 7:12 PM

    Gotta say a bit thank you for showing us Londoner’s such a great time. We heard a lot about the do-over from various people over here and out in the States so was dope to check it out finally.

    Great music, good vibes.

    Thanks again,

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