From the frozen tundra of Taiwan's chilliest mountaintops, a monster known as The Crease has been captured and put under the ice at Polar Bear Ice Skating World in Ximending. The ice may not be enough to stop The Crease as it has been trying to make his way out from under it. The Crease is known for his ability to bore people to death, bring down the room as soon as it comes in, and just suck the life out of the party in general. If we don’t do something quickly, Taipei will be stuck in eternal lameness. We need help!!
On Saturday, December 3, five elite party-rocking DJs will be invading the ice in an effort to show The Crease that Taipei is all about fun! It's ice skating! It's drinking on the ice! It's falling down! It's great music!
The Crease doesn’t stand a chance.
THE ELITE CREASE-STOPPING HIT SQUAD
Anytime there is a lull in nighttime activities in Taipei, this Special Forces legend is called in to do the job. Not only did he train at the George Clinton Dojo in Funkville, Japan, but he's also been given a PhD in Hip-Hopology by Lil' Wayne's cousin's sister's hairdresser's dog walker. No one can stop him.
As a general in the Army of Drum and Bass, Roka has positioned himself nicely as a soldier who knows how to shake any dancefloor. His ability to rock a mic and turntables at once comes in handy on the battle field.
If there was a bizarro world, specially trained sniper, Mr. Uppity, would be the total opposite of David Guetta. Of course, they both have wicked 25-foot jump shots, but Uppity lives his life in high definition, whereas Guetta is French. His jackin' beats don't go over the top. Instead, he keeps the four to the floor close to his door and the ladies they do adore.
In a foxhole, there's no one who could out-muscle you more than Sergeant Nekbrace. His hip-hop beats fit perfectly with his skill in hand-to-hand combat. As our very last line of defense, if The Crease happens to get out from under the ice, Nekbrace will be waiting on the top rope to drop kick him into oblivion.
A newcomer to the scene in Taiwan, Private First Class Digital D is out to prove a point to the dancefloor. He wants everyone to know that the music coming from his controller will make sure The Crease never even thinks of coming up through the ice.
Saturday December 3 (10.30-4.30)
Entrance is NT$300 which includes skate and safety equipment rental.
Get there early if you want big sized skates.
Dress warmly. It's cold as ICE in there!
Polar Bear Ice Skating World
8th floor, 13, Chengdu Road, Wanhua dist Taipei City (50 steps straight out from Ximen MRT exit 6)