Even though there was a low turn out and only "20% of the crowd knew who Marco Bailey and Alan Fitzpatrick were" at the Mansion Club in Miami, Alan Fitzpatrick managed to play a great set nonetheless:
"The big man gets behind the controls with a giant smile on his face and a wearing a disposition as if he was playing a sold out show at The Ministry of Sound. Usually when a DJ gets on to a so/so crowd on a so/so night you can see it in their face. Not Alan."
I've seen my fair share of shows where the DJ delivers a C-level set when either there was a low turn out or something went wrong with the equipment. It is in these situations where the best DJs in the business make it a great night regardless of the obstacles. I've personally seen Showtek and Birdy Nam Nam rise beyond these challenges, and I'm happy to read that Alan Fitzpatrick has done it too.