Sridevi R.

Sridevi R.

Los Angeles

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Arts Festival @ Empire Polo Field (Indio, CA)
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Music Festival @ NOS Events Center (San Bernardino)
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  • XOYO

    London
    Art Gallery / Bar / Live Music Venue
    XOYO - Art Gallery | Bar | Live Music Venue in London.
    Mar 12, 2013 A+ MUSIC "My take Overshadowed by places like Ministry of Sound and Cable, XOYO is probably one of my favorite places here. They bring in amazing artists (I saw Bondax and Baauer here) and tickets are quite cheap. I didn't see any of the graffiti either times I went (sad), but I still thought the venue was really cool/hip. The scene I absolutely love the vibe of XOYO. It's kind of grungey meets hipster meets punk... and I mean that in the most not-stereotypical way possible. As it is a small basement venue, you can imagine how intimate XOYO is. There are two stories featuring the house DJs on one and whomever the main attraction is on the other floor. However, despite the small size, there is a good amount of room to dance like a mad man. For the most part, the crowd isn't crazy aggressive/creepy either, which is always nice. Cocktails/cuisine + prices I haven't gotten a cocktail here and am not sure if they serve them, but the beer and red bulls are decently priced (around £2-3). Both of the times I've been here were for events and I bought advanced tickets online for around £13 (including all the fees); tickets at the door are around £15. Coat check is £2 per item. What to wear It gets EXTREMELY hot inside (pretty sure there is no ventilation...), so I would highly recommend just throwing a coat over something light and then doing coat check. While there is no dress code, I saw a lot of disco pants, ripped tights, mesh tanks, combat boots, and beanies. When to go Definitely check the venue's website to see what's on and who is performing (if it's a special event night). Depending on your music taste, I'm sure most of the nights would be fun! Also, if you do end up going for a specific DJ/band gig, I would recommend buying tickets online - it's cheaper and you don't have to wait in line at the door. " hide
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  • The Roxy

    London
    Club
    The Roxy - Club in London.
    Mar 12, 2013 Guaranteed good time "My take Although not as large and fancy as other London clubs, The Roxy really is a guaranteed good time if you're with your friends. Granted, I've only gone on Thursday nights (cover is only 1 pound + half price pitchers... I'm down), I'm sure any of the night would be fun. After going down a dark staircase, your ears are assaulted with an (extremely) eclectic mix of music. The DJ literally will play anything and everything, from Rihanna to Britney Spears circa 2000 to the theme song of The Fresh Prince of Bel Air. The scene I really love The Roxy's vibe - it's small, dark, and crowded... but not too crowded. You can tell that everyone's there just to have a good time and dance their faces off. The DJ takes music requests/don't think you're annoying if you keep asking them to play some A$AP Rocky and the bartenders are pretty friendly. On Thursdays, the place is packed with uni students, a lot of whom seem to be study abroad kids. Cocktails/cuisine + prices Drinks are decently priced, but all of the pitchers are half-priced on Thursdays (£8 instead of £16...!!) and very delicious. If you sign up for their mailing list, cover charge on Thursdays is only £1. It's slightly more expensive other nights, but I think it's generally around £3 if you have a student ID and £1 or £2 if you are on the mailing list. Coat check is £1 per item, as well. What to wear Like most small bars/clubs in London, you could literally wear anything to The Roxy. It gets pretty warm and cosy in there, so I wouldn't recommend wearing too many layers. When to go Each night has a different theme, so I would highly recommend checking their website to see what tickles your fancy. Also, make sure you sign up for the mailing list - cheaper cover charge and drink discounts!" hide
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  • The Book Club

    London
    Bar / Lounge / Restaurant
    The Book Club - Bar | Lounge | Restaurant in London.
    Mar 12, 2013 Hit or Miss "My take My first visit to The Book Club was easily one of my favorite nights so far in London. We went on a Thursday night and everything was absolutely lovely. There was no cover, the drinks were relatively cheap, it wasn't too crowded, everyone was friendly, and they played nothing but those awesome 90's/early 2000's songs that we all forgot about but still secretly love. WE WERE OBSESSED. Of course we loved it so much that we came back the next night. However, we found a huge line outside, cover was 5 pounds, drinks were almost double the price, and the crowd was weird. Safe to say, we were really disappointed. The Book Club really is a hit or miss kind of place. We learned later that there was a indie pop band playing earlier on the Thursday night when we went, which probably explains the crowd that night compared to the next night. The scene In general, the scene is quite relaxed and hipster, for lack of a better word. Everyone was friendly and just wanted to have a good time. There are two floors, each with its own bar and scene. The top floor has christmas lights strung up everywhere, a ping pong table, and a lot of seating where you can find huge groups of friends hanging out (everyone seemed like regulars). The downstairs seemed a little bit more edgy with a pool table, DJs dropping harder music, and people dancing everywhere. Cocktails/cuisine + prices The cocktail selection is pretty average and decently priced. Although they were significantly cheaper when we went on Thursday. While I haven't been yet, I hear the brunch at The Book Club is delicious and not too expensive. The cover charge definitely depends on the night you go... Friday and Saturday will be more pricey guaranteed! What to wear Really, anything goes. There were a lot of people in flannels, sweaters, tights, jeans, and floral dresses, but also some wearing tight dresses, blazers, and dress shirts. When to go I would really suggest checking their website before you go to see what's on that night. They have a calendar online with all the info of what's happening, including prices and times. It gets pretty busy (and more fun) around midnight, which also means the line at the door gets longer, so plan accordingly!" hide
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