The success of explosion-filled, chaotically filmed action blockbusters proves that dudes love sensory overload -- also, the success of The Sixth Sense. Now overwhelm your senses in a raver's wet dream of a basement, at District Underground.
Inspired by an LED room in a London club, ADMO's District has turned their basement into a fit-inducing light-lair, with a DJ booth and flatscreen'd walls anchoring a ceiling-spanning light panel they somehow claim was designed with a "minimalist approach". Said 8ft-wide, 6000-LED roof panel runs through the center of the room, and uses "Madrix" software to keep you entertained while futuristic machines fuel themselves with the energy from your dancing sync the flashing lights with the DJ's mix to produce custom, on-beat patterns. Because you need your own fuel, they've also upgraded upstairs with a grill pumping pork and beef ancho chili burgers, a lobster mac 'n cheese, and a giant 45oz porterhouse, all of which will lead you to creating your own drum and bass mix whilst uncomfortably shuffling back downstairs.
As if that wasn't enough, they're perversely planning on hosting eating competitions, as well as rotating DJs, though hopefully not that kid from Fall Out Boy, as no one likes Wentz-ory overload.
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