News from the music industry suggests that eat and sleep are set to replaced by even more rave and repeat.
Industry insiders claim that modern ravers simply do not have the time to include eat and sleep in their daily routine and will instead include extra rave and repeat in a bid to slimline their duties and boost productivity.
“Modern raving really is an ultra-competitive environment,” explained raver Alan Reilly during a chat with Wunderground earlier today. “People who pause to do things like eat or sleep just get left behind. Honestly, if you want to stay involved you’ve got to be pretty much raving twenty-four-seven.”
“Look at me,” he continued. “I haven’t slept since September 2016 and I haven’t had a bit to eat since about two years before that. I’ve survived on a mix of drugs and fruit-based alcoholic drinks. The last time I checked, I weighed about eleven stone, I’d be surprised if I’m even half of that now but I don’t care, I’m at the top of my game and that’s just the way I like it.”
According to Will Barnett, who stopped to eat and sleep at a festival earlier this year, he hasn’t been able to get a decent raving position even since.
“If you want to be anywhere near the front right or front left during a rave there’s no way you can be eating or sleeping,” Barnett told us. “I had a really top piece of rave real estate at a festival a couple of weeks ago but I choose to fuck off back to my tent for a bit of grub and a kip. Big mistake, I was left miles behind, you just can’t keep up with these kids today unless you just rave, repeat.”