Hey DJ Kevin, if you went in on a Wednesday it was top 40?s, if you went in on a Thursday it was Mash-Ups, Friday Deep House, Saturday Electro or Sunday Salsa. See DJ Kevin, no trance. (BTW, playing records in your bedroom doesn?t make you an actual DJ) And DJ Kevin if you played out at clubs you?d also realize that the ?whopping? cover charge PAYS THE DJS.
Now I can understand you feeling uncomfortable in a place that has outgoing, fun-loving, forward thinking, beautiful people in it. It?s not your scene. But to say that ALL the 1,000?s of people that come to SEE sound (not sea, it?s conveniently spelled correctly at the top of the page) were ?posers?, is just mean and inaccurate. We?ve been around for 6 years now and I think our crowds are some of the most fantastic people I?ve ever had the pleasure of meeting. Sure there are a few jerks, what place doesn?t have those people (you know the ones who seem to like to slam anyplace they feel uncomfortable in) but for the most part we throw a great party and the people who come with open minds and hearts make it even better.
Now, if I were to go to a Heavy Metal club and write on CitySearch that I didn?t like the loud music and all the people were too pierced, wouldn?t it sound a little ridiculous? Yes, we are trendy, yes we are a bit pricey, yes we have beautiful people, yes when you come inside it seems that you?ve traveled to a big city. What so wrong with all that?
See Sound hopefully won?t be going anywhere, anytime soon. There are people that have been supporting it for 6 years, voting it best bar, meeting boyfriends, girlfriends, wifes or husbands, we even have a few babies who have been born as a result of relationships formed at See Sound Lounge. With all that, I can?t help but be proud of it. A cool, trendy, upscale bar where beautiful people hang out. Sounds great to me!
xo, the proprietors
Pros: The people, music & ambiance