New old spots

By DAVID DAY  |  August 1, 2006

“The idea behind DJs, for me, it’s bringing their selection, reading the room, setting the mood, and creating all the madness they can create,” Fiumara says while mingling with the staff. “I love the idea of having a very open canvas. There’s no windows down here, and sometimes we’ll turn the lights on as low as they can go. Make it like a house party.”

Circuits got a bit of misinformation last week when we reported that Partyline was opening for the HOT LUNCH relaunch at its new venue, the Paradise Lounge. “DOOOOOOOOOODDDD!” says the subject line of SIR LOIN’s e-mail. We are happy to report that the headlining act is none other than Deee-Lite DJ LADY MISS KIER. . . . And somehow, we’ve missed hearing about GLORY, a new venue opening up on 200 High Street in downtown Boston in a matter of weeks. Although it’s described as a restaurant/lounge/rock club, we’re pretty sure they might want to have some of Boston’s finest DJs drop some tunes and work the crowd. Maybe someone needs to call the Hall of Justice.

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