Once again Ultraworld Productions in conjunction with 2Tuff and Sonic Soul have pulled off another amazing Thanksgiving weekend party. Revolution, this year's D.C. Armory massive (with a capacity of 10,000 people), had a lineup that speaks for itself. Although there weren't as many people there as last year, there was still a great vibe and a lot of good music to enjoy. Ultraworld is well known for throwing quality raves and Revolution was no exception. 
The party began at noon and ended at midnight. The venue, in my opinion, is the best indoor venue I have ever been to. There was more than enough room to dance on the two huge armory floors that were divided into a deep house area, a chill out area, the main room, and drum and bass in the basement. There was also an outside area, but it was raining the entire day.
The place was decked out with atmospherics, great lighting, and incredible visual projections on both floors by some of the areas top VJ's. 
The sound in the venue was great. You could hear everything very well (my ears are still ringing) and echoes were not a problem. In the drum and bass area the bass was so loud paint was falling off the vents! The music was simply incredible. Scott Henry really got the crowd moving on the main floor. Adam Freeland also laid down a powerful set. At one point there were even fire breathers on the main stage!

With so much going on at once I missed Bassbin Twins. The Drum and Bass lineup really speaks for itself. Without a doubt Randall, Doc Scott, Hype, Fierce, Adam F, J Majik, and Andy C tore it the fuck up with nonstop dope beats all day.

Revolution is definitely one of the best raves I have been to and the most incredible drum and bass lineup I have ever witnessed. Because of this, it was a very memorable event.

REVOLUTION-Nov. 25th, 2000-D.C. Armory

Words and Photos by Pablo Marchant