Generation Wild Tour 2013 @ Webster Hall NYC Recap

Generation Wild Tour 2013 @ Webster Hall NYC Recap
A new generation of music lovers has been born, as every day more and more younger people have been falling in love with and joining the dance music scene. Bringing out the wild, party animal, younger side in us all, the Generation Wild Tour has brought to us a line-up of some of the most energetic (and youngest!) names in the progressive/electro house genres, with Deniz KoyuDanny AviladBerrie, and Mikael Weermets! Also in on the crazy ride is nightlife photographer Kirill Bichutsky, known for his web-site KirillWasHere.com, which contains his outrageous and wild pictures from events across the US! Last weekend, House4DJ was able to attend the event at Webster Hall in New York City.

Mikael Weermets
Setting the tone for the night was young Swedish producer Mikael Weermets, who dropped a truly impressive and versatile set filled with mash-ups of electro favorites as well as throwback progressive/electro tracks. Hyping the crowd up early on with Skrillex & Wolfgang Gartner’s The Devil’s Den and Chuckie’s Who Is Ready To Jump, eventually leading into Knife Party’s remix of Nero’s Crush On You and Nicky Romero’s Toulouse. Some surprising tracks we loved hearing from Weermets were Angger Dimas’ Are You Ready (Mahesa Utara Remix) and A-Trak’s remix to Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ Heads Will Roll.

dBerrie & Kirill
Following suit was New York’s own dBerrie, who brought the heat and revved up the crowd with electro bangers like Alvaro’s Pay Attention To The Drums and Wolfgang Gartner’s Space Junk, as well as Nicky Romero’s Generation 303 and the Torro Torro remix to Zedd’s Clarity. Some surprising acapellas also made it into the mix, like Dido’s Thank You, as well as the fan favorite Basment Jaxx’s Where’s Your Head At?.

Deniz Koyu + Danny Avila
The energy of the crowd was already sky high after the first two sets, but when Deniz Koyu took over the decks, the room exploded! The crowd went into an all out frenzy during Koyu’s opening with his unreleased track Rage, as well as fan favorites Tung!Bong, and Halo, to name a few. Dancers with CO2 cannons and stilt performers took the stage, but nothing was as exciting in the front for the crowd to see Kirill going to work firsthand with fans and giving his notorious champagne facials (a signature photo shot of Kirill’s).

Champagne Facial
Deniz Koyu
continued the onslaught with bombs like Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike, and Moguai‘s MammothSwedish House Mafia & Knife Party’s Antidote, and Showtek & Justin Prime’s Cannonball. With the crowd at it’s peak, the party kept their energy up through the final act, the Spanish Danny Avila, one of the industry’s youngest producers, the barely legal staple to the Generation Wild movement!

Danny Avila
Danny Avila 
opened with his original track Breaking Your Fall, and as was expected, the girls in the crowd went wild for the young producer. Fans climbed on to the stage, girls were everywhere soaked in champagne, and the energy and vibe of the crowd took us away from the nightclub setting and turned the venue into a house party! Avila dropped everything from Jay-Z & Kanye West’s N*ggas In Paris to Knife Party’s Rage Valley, as well as Laidback LukeChuckie, and Martin Solveig’s 1234.

Dancer
Generation Wild 
brought a little bit of everything for dance music lovers and party-goers to enjoy, and the tour truly lived up to it’s name, as one thing was for sure – no one quite parties as wild as Danny Avila, Deniz KoyuKirill, and the rest of the Generation Wild crew!

Photo Credits: Kirill Bichutsky/KirillWasHere.Com
Jeff Mykell/IROK Entertainment

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