Sunday, December 23, 2007

Hollow Men, Hell Yeah!

posted by Ramon Medina - LP4 @ 9:30 AM

Man it's pretty bleeding awesome to be connected with the Free Press when we co-sponsor awesome little warehouse parties like the one last night on Keene Street. Stuff got broken, people got hurt, and some moments were awkward but overall the vibe was festive and happy, you know, how the Holidays should be. I think even Jesus himself would say "Holy shit! Now that is how you throw a Christmas party!"



B. ripped it up for the early crowd.


Grant Olney brought his melodic pop with the able
assistance of members of Panic In Detroit.




The Dimes, likely playing for the last time under that
moniker, had an energetic show that only lost it's momentum
when a stripper joined them on stage (funny for, at most, one
song) and overstayed her welcome. Still, nobody does the
energetic happy pop as well as these guys.

The Jon Benet brought the unrelenting heavy.
Unfortunately, the band's pleas to the meatheads to chill
with the moshpit crap went unheeded. Thankfully, a handful
of dorks wasn't enough to ruin the band's brutal set.


The Fatal Flying Guilloteens of course
couldn't leave without breaking something. That fluorescent
light fixture you see in front of Eric Bogle was happily up in
the rafters before the Guillteens saw it fit to rip the place apart.
Would you expect anything less?

4 Comments:

At December 23, 2007 at 1:52 PM , Anonymous Nick said...

Last night was rad! Who's studio was that anyways?

 
At December 23, 2007 at 7:57 PM , Blogger Ramon Medina - LP4 said...

Ha good question. If Omar is lurking he could likely shed some light on that question.

 
At December 23, 2007 at 8:31 PM , Blogger Free Press Houston said...

Scooby Doo Crew me thinks.

 
At December 28, 2007 at 10:05 AM , Blogger Eli Sebastian Brumbaugh said...

Hey guys this is Eli S. Brumbaugh the co-curator of that show. Thanks a ton to you Free Press guys. Me and Jacob are so thankful to you guys and we're glad you had such a great time.

Ramon Medina, Thank you for sticking up for us on that Houston Press blog in which they knocked the show without having even made the effort to go inside to check it out.

Nick, It was SDC's or scooby doo crew's warehouse like the fps just mentioned.

 

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