by Chris Macom
Dennis Ferrer blessed the dance floor at Grasshopper Underground this Thanksgiving Eve, and it was a sweaty good time. His mix of tech house with a pinch of soul had the crowd moving into the holiday with positive vibes and delicious ear candy.
Grasshopper's resident duo, Golf Clap, started the evening off with their usual deep house flavor. As the crowd filled the building, the group's pulsating rhythms set the tone for a spirited evening.
When Dennis took over the decks around midnight, he immediately kicked things up a notch. By this time the bar was crammed like a can sardines and things started to get quite intimate on the dance floor.
By the end of the night, being able to move at all was a luxury. Everyone was having a blast though despite the bar being overcrowded, and Dennis Ferrer delivered on the turntables in a serious way. It was a special Thanksgiving treat indeed.
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