Droid Behavior Turns Seven, Gets a Surprise from the Fire Marshal
In seven years of throwing some of the hottest underground parties in town, Droid Behavior has managed to escape the inevitable visit from the fire marshal, something that even a lot of above-ground clubs can't claim. That all changed on Saturday night when the techno-loving crew celebrated the anniversary of its popular monthly bash, Interface.
At close to 1 a.m., the music ceased abruptly. We thought that perhaps it was a dramatic pause to introduce Kid 606, but when we noticed that there was nothing but silence coming from the other room in this small venue, we knew it could only mean one thing. After a minute or two of standing around the dance floor, a security guard made his way through the space, announcing, "Party's over." We filed through the doorway, into the main room of the gathering, where a couple hundred people were still standing packed together as if they were waiting for the moment when they could begin dancing again. Out on the patio, people continued gabbing between cigarette drags, almost as though nothing had happened.