7/27/2012 - Some of my fondest memories of concert going I have are at Tommie Sunshine shows. I remember getting out of work at The Gap late two summers ago and gunning it to Brooklyn to see his performance at Electric Warehouse. Tommie unleashed a track that can only be handled by the best, "The Joker" by Felix Cartal, and it blew my mind. Sending some of the most frivolous ravers through the roof. The best show hands down I have have ever had the pleasure to cover at Pacha NYC. Tommie Sunshine & The Disco Fries prepared themselves to the teeth for this performance. The Disco Fries took to the booth first later to be joined by Tommie Sunshine for a duo set and eventually ending with a solo Tommie Sunshine finale. Tommie Sunshine & The Disco Fries have some of the craziest bootlegs in my iTunes library.
The amount of material Fries & Shine released on raging fans yearning for acid house is absolutely ridiculous. Tommie Sunshine truly admires all his fans and only grants them with the highest quality of music. Every release on Tommie Sunshine's imprint Brooklyn Fire usually is followed by some super awesome free download. Tommie Sunshine is very generous with his masterpieces. I am such a ginormous supporter of Tommie Sunshine and what he stands for I even took my crew up to the atrium level and voted for him in the Top100 DJs poll and you should head over there and vote as well, Tommie Sunshine deserves it! And to top it all off… I was lucky enough to pick up a hard copy of The Disco Fries "Liftoff 2!" and have been bumping it in the whip ever since. Hats off.
Photos by Michael Elezovic.
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