As a two-time Guinness World Record holder, Genix has already created a name for himself. The Anjunabeats artist set the record in 2005 for the longest DJ set (84 hours) and, recently, the highest DJ set on Mt. Everest. That being said, having such a multi-talented DJ play in a small space for roughly 200 people is bound to sell out. As predicted, there were countless people looking for tickets on the day of the sold out show in Seattle. The Underground has hosted countless trance talents over the years and kept the scene alive.
The set was incredible and enhanced by the passionate crowd. Whether you came with a cat ear headband on your head, tiny hands on your fingers, or a sequined outfit, the Seattle trance crowd will welcome you with open arms. A common love for trance unites everyone. Even towards the end of the night around 3 AM, there was still a large, loyal crowd that remained for Genix.
Genix had a good read on the crowd as he knows when to build up excitement and keep the energy flowing. The night felt like an underground 90’s rave scene.
Tracks such as ‘Stay‘, ‘Shout‘, and ‘Ba55 Camp‘ kept the crowd jumping and dancing. On the other hand, tracks such as ‘Will We Remain‘, and ‘Sun and Moon‘ turned the crowd into an emotional choir. And to everyone’s surprise, he even slipped in ‘Ghost Voices‘ towards the end of the set.
Additionally, Genix played an ID titled ‘Underground’ for the crowd. So we’d like to believe that it’s named after his love for the venue.
If you’re a trance fan in Seattle, keep an eye out on all the talent coming to The Underground! Of course, Genix is certainly welcomed back at any time.