Frenzy presents "Girls Are Loud" @ The Showbar
Saturday 14th October 2006
The Frenzy flyer
Well what a night! With the headline guest DJs rested this month, Frenzy decided to let some local female talent take over on the decks whilst letting our ever reliable residents put their feet up. This also meant giving something back to the Frenzy faithful... Free entry!
A couple of Frenzy clubbers
With the doors opening at 10pm, The Showbar soon started to fill-up... so apologies for the couple who had got there at nine and had to wait around for an hour.. that's Cheeky Scott's fault!
Making friends at Frenzy!
Jo-Jo was un-fucking-believable
The first DJ of the night was London-born Jo-Jo who kicked off proceedings off with some classic bouncy tracks from the halycon days of hard house, peaking with Lisa Lashes' Unbelievable.. and it certainly was!
Jo Jo at Frenzy
The dancefloor was predictably full as everyone in the club made a beeline for the front. What makes Frenzy more than anything else is the atmosphere and Saturday night was no different as many new friends were made.
Some more happy Frenzy clubbers
The real slim shady
Next up was our Christchurch representative Shady Lady, who in truth wasn't that shady.. more bright and breezy. She continued the bouncy theme for half an hour, changing tempo up until midnight with some hoover-laden hard house anthems.
Two ladies.. and one drum n bass head
Absolute filth… from the Madam
Our next girl up on the decks was the highly anticipated Madam Filth. those who know Andrea will be aware she's not really DJ'ed since the infamous Club X and Enzos closed their doors a few years ago.. so she was understandably a little nervous. However, she played possibly the set of the night with a faultless hour of mixing, taker things that little bit harder.
Madam Filth at Frenzy
Dodgy transvestite DJ action
The final hour and a half saw a female back to back DJ duo who looked suspiciously like Frenzy residents Cheeky Scott and Big Al Medino.
The dancefloor at the Showbar
Although these 'ladies' weren't the most attractive we've ever seen, they certainly knew what to play as their set was typical Frenzy-style hard house party tracks. This was typified by Big Al's signature tune 9 Bar by OD404.
Trannies.. apart from the one in the middle
Tony De Vit to end the night… priceless
The last track of the night was a Frenzy favourite, I Don't Care by Tony De Vit, which seemed to be a fitting finale to the evening given the care-free vibe of the Showbar on the night. If anything the night really did prove that "Girls Are Loud".
Ladies love Frenzy