LIVE REVIEW: Emo Raleigh’s “A Very Get Sad Y’all Christmas” Is Just As Festive As it Is Punk
In my opinion, Derek Discanio had the best DJ set. He played a majority of old 2000âs pop-punk which I appreciated. He played âI Write Sins, Not Tragedies,â âThe Anthemâ and many other iconic songs. Kellin Quinnâs DJ set was majority screamo music, which is fine! However, not my cup of tea. I still enjoyed seeing Kellin Quinn DJ regardless. The most questionable DJ set happened to be Tyler Carter, who played songs like âCome Cleanâ By Hilary Duff and I had to take a moment to question if I was at a Emo Night or a throwback pop hits night. Nonetheless, Tyler Carter's playful energy with the wristband owners on stage was an adorable sight to see and ended Get Sad Yâall on such a good note. Derek Discanio joined Tyler Carter during the last few songs of his set and it was such a chill night of music for us all.
Check out all the photos Saber Chadili took that night in the gallery below!
Words & photos by Saber Chadili