It’s not about who you are or what you wear. DC-10 plays great music and you dance. It does what it says on the tin. It’s natural. It’s authentic. It serves PYPR.
Martin Heidegger teaches the importance of authenticity in life. When a steak knife is used to cut steak on a plate it achieves authenticity in its being- not when it is used to cut a shoe on a late night shopping channel nor when it is thrown at a scantily clad magician’s assistant in a stage show to the temporal delight of the crowd.
In a nightlife scene that is obsessed with Studio 54 tradition of glittering facades and beautiful but ultimately, empty promises DC-10 is one of the last examples of the Heideggerian ideal. It even refuses to bow to the current personality cult surrounding DJ’s and the biggest names in electronic music play here for drink vouchers and gladly. DC-10 plays music. Great music. DC-10 provides two big empty hangar spaces so you can dance- and dance like no one is watching you. Because no one is. It’s not about how you look. It’s not about how you dance. It’s not about who you are or what you wear. DC-10 plays great music and you dance. It does what it says on the tin. It’s natural. It’s authentic. It serves PYPR.