We’re on our way to Czechtek. Despite all media desinformation the party does take place, the police are letting both people and systems in, but the event was, and still is, boiling enough to cause a small revolution even among people who don’t listen to the typical teknival music (like me, usually), thanks to the unlawful approach the police have chosen. This thing will definitely get even more interesting.
We’re lucky to always have some reasons for demonstrations, making similar parties on Letna in Prague harder, if not outright impossible. It was a nice afternoon, distantly reminding me of last years demonstrations after Czechtek, where a spontaneous party would burst out on Letna and continue long into the evening. I spent most of the time around the psytrance stage, which, being the only 4×4 stage around, was under heavy siege. I always love to watch those innocent people, who either get involved in the psytrance vibe not knowing what it is at all, or who have all kinds of excuses why they don’t like psytrance, when in fact they’ve actually never experienced good psytrance. Nevertheless, both these groups looked like they really liked the music, and in the end we’ve also managed to bring in some Biolest flyers, to evangelize this upcoming wonderful event.