Published on February 20th, 2013 | by Matt1
Review: Afrojack @ SOUND 2/14/13
Last week Afrojack made his way back to Hollywood for a special Valentine’s day event at Sound Nightclub. The sold out event was filled with some die hard Afrojack fans for an up close and personal set they won’t forget. Click through for the full review.
Sound Nightclub is a hot new club located right in the heart of Hollywood. It boasts an awesome wide LED wall and sound system so loud that it was perfect for some Afrojack music. Upon entering the club headbands with lit up red hearts were passed out to all the ladies creating a more Valentine’s day setting. Around the club were beautiful Go-Go dancers placed in cages wearing sexy grungy outfits. The club filled up early as the opening DJ played some awesome house music as everyone awaited Afrojack to take the stage.
As Afrojack suddenly took over the decks everyone rushed towards the dance floor. From the beginning to end Afrojack was dropping nothing but bangers. One of the best things about going to see Afrojack is hearing his own music. You most likely won’t hear his original productions anywhere else. He dropped a lot of his older originals as well as some unreleased material from his upcoming album. Afrojack threw in his own tracks like “Annie’s Theme” and “Rock The House” which are pretty recent hits of his. As he dropped Swedish House Mafia’s “Don’t You Worry Child,” he had the entire entire club singing along to the chorus. He then mixed that into Sebastian Ingrosso & Tommy Trash’s “Reload” which made the crowd go wild. There is something about Afrojack music that makes the ladies go crazy. The club was pure madness for Afrojack and Sound nightclub made the entire night an intimate experience. For more on Afrojack and Sound head to the following links.