Posted in music | pictures on April 2, 2008

photos by Ryan Muir

Market Hotel

Crime Novels (above) & Knyfe Hyts played too. More pics below...

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You needed advanced tickets (April 1, 2008) (Brooklyn, NY).

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Comments (90)

My goodness...I was there and it was rad but these photos make the show seem even better than it actually was. EXCELLENT JOB RYAN MUIR!!!!!!

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 3:07 PM

i was there, it was a good show, market hotel should either install some sort of fans/vents or not allow smoking, i know it was 60 degrees out but the heat and stuffiness in that room was unbearable, seriously felt like i was going to pass out. i'm not saying that i expect them to or that they will but if they fixed that(and the bathroom situation, but i think that's unfixable) it'd go from being a decent venue to being a great venue

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 3:16 PM

dear 3:16 - Market Hotel is already a legendary venue, this show nailed it's reputation. Although yeah some kind of ventilation system will be a must considering hot weather is coming.

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 3:20 PM

The guy from crime novels was in this band called The Mall, they were really sick. you should get their CD (Emergency At The Everyday), it's in my regular rotation.

Posted by Moy | April 2, 2008 3:20 PM

impressive use of that flash sync cord, ryan. this actually makes me want to go and shoot at the market hotel.

Posted by GOPster | April 2, 2008 3:24 PM

"dear 3:16 - Market Hotel is already a legendary venue, this show nailed it's reputation. Although yeah some kind of ventilation system will be a must considering hot weather is coming.

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 3:20 PM"

Hahahaha here we go, I was wondering when it would start. What a stupid fucking comment. You fucking moron. It is far from a legendary place or this being a legendary show. And yes i was at it. Umm they did not even sell out the advance tickets after all that hubbub. Maybe 200-300 people in there at most. Oh yes fucking legendary. Will go down in the annals of time as one of the great shows ever. GIve me a fucking break. It was a good show. Dan Deacon did his schtick. Health was great but they were much better at Knitting Factory this week. Black Pus was unreal.
They do have to do something about the heat or this summers shows are gonna end up with deaths.

Anyway ready for more of the onslaught of hipster kids who think they invented the scene telling us how legendary things are.

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 3:28 PM

photography is gay.

Posted by ManhattanCarnivore | April 2, 2008 3:30 PM

"Black Pus was unreal."

Really? I mean, not bad by any means, but I don't know if I would say that Black Pus killed it or was unreal.

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 3:31 PM

doesn't look like a packed house...i wonder if the advance sale thing discouraged people from coming? or maybe these bands are just a little too heavy to draw the kind of crowd that came to see high places and no age?

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 3:35 PM

" wonder if the advance sale thing discouraged people from coming"

I think so, but only because you had to go out of your way to get them. If you don't live in the neighbhorhood you didn't know if you'd get there and it would be sold out and you'd have to make a trip there twice. No thanks.

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 3:40 PM

"some kind of ventilation system will be a must considering hot weather is coming."

im guessing the ventilation system will come in the form of donated desk-fans, ala todd p's other venues, or it will be DBA (death by asphyxiation) for sure

fuck im funny

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 3:41 PM

I was pretty much front and center for Deacon, (Grey Sweatshirt, drinking a tall Coors, sweating like a bastard), and I swear that before his set, Bradford Cox went up and said hello. I've only seen him once before, though, and I had been drinking for about seven hours, so that could be a complete figment of my imagination. Can anyone verify this either way (B Cox in the house, or me being a mirage-seeing jackass)??

Posted by Stunt | April 2, 2008 3:45 PM

It's possible because Bradford was at Malkmus the night before that at Bowery Ballroom

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 3:48 PM

*breaking news* Bradford Cox may have said hello to Dan Deacon at Brooklyn show.

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 3:50 PM


the show fuckin ruled. all the bands were great and the heat kept the crowd at a manageable level in the main room

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 3:54 PM

Please don't let there be a Bradford Cox look-a-like.

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 3:55 PM

Bradford Cox was there. Saw him leave during deacon's set.

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 3:57 PM

it wasn't Bradford, it was me.

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 3:59 PM

"the show fuckin ruled. all the bands were great and the heat kept the crowd at a manageable level in the main room"

I think it was not so much the heat but "The Warriors"-like gauntlet you had to run to get from Goodbye Blue Monday to Market Hotel.

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 4:00 PM

"Saw him leave during deacon's set."

He was probably going to meet up with Ed Droste for some Bjork covers or something.

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 4:01 PM

I think the rain might have kept people away. That and it was a tuesday night for the 9-5ers. I was set to hop on my bicycle and head over, but then it started pouring like 5 mins before i was going to leave (10:25 pm).

I know, i'm a total pussy, but i'm so glad I didn't get caught in that. I'll save that shit for a friday night about 2 months from now.

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 4:04 PM

heard a rumor they are done doing shows there?

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 4:06 PM

"was set to hop on my bicycle "

what kind of bike u got?

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 4:06 PM

"the heat and stuffiness in that room was unbearable, seriously felt like i was going to pass out. i'm not saying that i expect them to or that they will but if they fixed that(and the bathroom situation, but i think that's unfixable) it'd go from being a decent venue to being a great venue"

this is because it is an illegal venue. If it was this easy to just open a place and have shows without investing any money... everybody would do it. Places like this never last for more than a few shows... R.I.P. Llano Escalado, Volume, etc.
Market Hotel will be a legend in your own mind after they are shut down sooner or later (probably sooner). I would never buy an "advance ticket" for a show at this place unless you wouldn't mind if you lost your money when the show doesn't happen.

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 4:10 PM

Fuji Track

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 4:23 PM

deerhunter are recording at the rare book room so, yeah, that prob was b. cox

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 4:35 PM

"I think it was not so much the heat but "The Warriors"-like gauntlet you had to run to get from Goodbye Blue Monday to Market Hotel."

haha...for real...it's only a matter of time until something bad happens to the hipsters en route to this place...my advice: don't wear red, blue, black, or gold...

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 4:37 PM

Yep...I saw Bradford Cox there last night too. But what REALLY blew me away is when I saw Eric Sermon from the legendary rap group EPMD with his wife and kid while I was stumbling to work hungover this morning! You Gots Ta Chill!!

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 4:41 PM

pretty funny how there are almost NO COMMENTS ABOUT THE ACTUAL MUSIC! how was it?

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 4:46 PM

there will be more shows there, thats quite a silly rumour.

this show was sold out so it would be impossible to have any more people inside.

i think the heat MAY have had something to do with this show being one of the most dance-able, freak-out inducing, all-around line-up in recent memory - no?
it was so much colder inside for no age because no one moved, or sweat, before no age's first note. ya know? i mean, brian and dan's body heat alone probably increased the temperature 10 degrees

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 4:51 PM

"this show was sold out so it would be impossible to have any more people inside."

WRONG. It was far from sold out. They did not even sell out the advance tickets.

"i think the heat MAY have had something to do with this show being one of the most dance-able, freak-out inducing, all-around line-up in recent memory - no?"

WRONG AGAIN.

And you have the gall to call someone else's comment silly.

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 5:00 PM

seriously... enough with the playing in the crowds schtick already. there's a reason that stages were invented... it's so that more than one f'n row of people can see you. dumbasses.

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 5:09 PM

This whole movement is basically a great model to show the world how far the Brooklyn music scene has plummeted. What kind of movement is this in music? It should be called the Bowel Movement. This whole scene makes me embarrassed to be white and living in Brooklyn.

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 5:11 PM

^^^

ahhahahahaha what would you prefer 5:11?

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 5:21 PM

how was knyfe hyts?

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 5:22 PM

@ANON4:46: I saw and heard the following:

Black Pus - Love Brian or hate him, he is one of the best "freak out" style drummers alive. Could he play more solid, traditional rhythms in a "rock band"? Who knows...and who cares. He's a one-man octopus with distorted ramblings seeping out from under his mask. A true talent!

Health - Only seen them once before at BV's CMJ event at R Bar. Liked them much more last night. One of the vocalists has an almost "pretty" high pitched singing style that contrasts beautifully with the bombastic style of the music. At times it reminded me of a more melodic Blood Brothers.

Dan Deacon - He did his thing. If you like it, you like it. If you hate it, you hate it. Personally, I'm entertained by his performer/crown barrier breaking schtick and most of his music does get me dancing...so what's there to hate.

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 5:24 PM

I see white people everywhere.

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 5:43 PM

Dan Deacon playing with Crystal Castles would be fantastic!

Posted by sara | April 2, 2008 6:12 PM

"what kind of bike u got?"

"Fuji Track"

Wow, a Williamsburg/Bushwick resident that rides a track bike. How shocking. Let me guess, you were skinny jeans as well. And you probably wore a trucker hat four years ago.

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 6:23 PM

"WRONG. It was far from sold out. They did not even sell out the advance tickets."

i was working the show and we cut doors by Aa..

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 6:28 PM

^^^ I am not gonna say the guy above is full of shit about how he worked the show but i will say his statement is disingenious to say the least. I do know it is false though because 2 of my buddies were at a show somewhere else and they didnt get there till right before Health went on. They paid at the door and walked in. But im guessing they did not cut doors as he says but in fact people without advance tickets stopped showing up.
Mine eyes dont lie and i was at the no age show and there were tons more people at that than this one.

But let's see..anyone on here reading this thread show up last night without a ticket and was told it was sold out?

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 6:46 PM

they probably told the bands they stopped selling tickets and pocketed the money from that point on.

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 6:49 PM

these market hotel threads rival the greats...i love it

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 6:55 PM

I wrote about the cigarette smoke and ventilation problem after the Oneida show. I'm a seriously strong supporter of this venue, the DIY scene, and ToddP (who has been exceedingly nice to me), but really I'm not going to be physically able to go to these shows with the vast amounts of cigarette smoke
(asthma). I expect it will get worse in the summer. A suggestion/compromise might be to disallow smoking in the main concert room, and keep it in the outer rooms.
Oneida/Market Hotel review:
http://www.nyctaper.com/?p=144

Posted by nyctaper | April 2, 2008 6:58 PM

tickets were sold in advance. some people bought 'em, some people didn't. they were pretty. a really nice someone took the time to design and print them. maybe they sold 'em all, maybe they didn't. the bands went on and played. some people liked 'em, some people didn't. the space is above a grocery store and has a mattress sealing up the front window. legend has it that mattress once made a soft bed. very many people had very much fun, and i'm sure very many more will, too, before all is said and done. as long as they don't die of dehydration or asphyxia, of course.

why so much hate? where's the love? pick up the guy next to you who's about to fall and get crushed. help the guy who doesn't look too good get to the bathroom. don't drink outside. dance and smile!

Posted by tigger | April 2, 2008 7:56 PM

The Pictures after Aa look like Lightning Bolt

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 8:17 PM

nice

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 8:20 PM

i sweat my face off. literally, you can see it in that pic. worth it though.

Posted by nayomi | April 2, 2008 8:46 PM

this thread sucks because it doesn't mention knyfe hyts being the best band there is.

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 8:58 PM

is knyfe hyts in anyway related to -the mall-
(formerly of sf, now of ny)?

looks like the same guy.

best band in sf for a couple years.

Posted by pd | April 2, 2008 9:39 PM

The first pic is Ellory from The Mall, performing as Crime Novels.

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 10:40 PM

these market hotel threads are insane!! I feel like half of these comments are from anonymous haters employed by the bowery presents assholes and the other half are from Todd P interns. anyway seriously why can't Todd put on intense DIY shows with a totally stacked bills that are as comfortable as sitting in front of your computer reading a blog?

knyfe hyts were in fact amazing, stoner metal disco what?? every band was great, definitely the first major show of spring/summer 2k8, despite the Tuesday nightage.

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 11:13 PM

looks like a high school dance in iowa.

Posted by Anonymous | April 2, 2008 11:19 PM

Like a H.S. Dance in Iowa?

I fekkin wish.

-Iowa loser
1975-1992

Posted by Matt | April 3, 2008 12:13 AM

this show was sold out - there were 375 tickets sold @ GBM and a bunch of people paid at the door.

Posted by Anonymous | April 3, 2008 12:38 AM

"pretty funny how there are almost NO COMMENTS ABOUT THE ACTUAL MUSIC! how was it?"

no one posts about the music because the haters have made it impossible to say anything was good - if you say someone killed it or someone was terrific or whatever some asshole will jump on here in a second and rag on you for liking something. the community on this blog really really sucks.

Posted by Anonymous | April 3, 2008 12:41 AM

Black Pus owned that shit. Seriously, after that, my night was over...not sayin the others didnt kill it, but yeah, after that i was done son.

Posted by Anonymous | April 3, 2008 12:55 AM

whoever thinks Broadway in this day and age is like "a WARRIORSesque gauntlet" is a huge huge pussy. you don't even know what it was like back then... Maybe you;d be better off sticking to moneytown wburg?

and to the guy who said "they probably pocketed the money" - eat a dick, these people do this shit for LOVE and risk a lot for your good times. you are a cynical asshole.

It was far more crowded than at the No Age show. this was a very well attended show, full of super enthused kids. They crowded close together, close to the bands. They sweated, they danced. it was awesome.

to all of you haters out there - go look at internet porn and stop dicking around on message baords!!! nobody wants to hear you bitch!

Posted by Anonymous | April 3, 2008 12:56 AM

for real. this show was amazing...what else really matters? market hotel always equals a great time.

Posted by Anonymous | April 3, 2008 2:31 AM

p.s - clydesdale

Posted by Anonymous | April 3, 2008 2:34 AM

Is there a good reason why everybody cant just leave well enough alone about how people find ways to enjoy themselves?

Posted by Anonymous | April 3, 2008 2:55 AM

i fucked your mom. does that answer your question?

Posted by Anonymous | April 3, 2008 2:57 AM

"this show was sold out - there were 375 tickets sold @ GBM and a bunch of people paid at the door.

Posted by Anonymous | April 3, 2008 12:38 AM"

That is just plain wrong and a lie. They were letting people in right before the last band went on so how can that be a sell out???

"It was far more crowded than at the No Age show"

Wrong again. I was at both shows and there is no way this was even close to as many people as the No Age show. That is just a fucking lie.

"every band was great, definitely the first major show of spring/summer 2k8, despite the Tuesday nightag"

hahahahah so says you and your little minority.

See this is why the community on this blog sucks. Not cause of the haters. The haters exist because of the little hipster kid minority that thinks these glorified house parties they throw are some big huge legendary things that define the music scene in nyc and are the focus of it as well. It is because there is no discerning taste out there. Every fucking band that you see killed it. You are the ones who act like bitches and then get all mad when people call you out on it. Once again, you created nothing in this city. There was a vibrant music scene here before you all came and there will be a vibrant one when you leave. I wish some of you little morons went up to Thurston Moore at Silent Barn tonite and tell him your theories on how you all made the nyc music scene and these tiny DIY parties you throw are the most important shows around. I would love to see after that when he wacks you in the face with his guitar.

Posted by Anonymous | April 3, 2008 3:05 AM

i was there early and the bands were talking about doing a roundrobin show. it sucks that didnt happen. it would of been so crazy. seeing all those bands play at the same time would of been unforgettable. i wish they did it.

Posted by Anonymous | April 3, 2008 7:13 AM

heres a truth/rumor to swirl this post a bit: the market hotel is indeed putting on less shows in the coming months than they have been. not sure why, but i heard it from the guys themselves.

there is a bran' new all ages good times loftspace venue though, please come friday night:

http://www.myspace.com/lessartistsmorecondos

Posted by Anonymous | April 3, 2008 8:50 AM

Knyfe Hyts played Iron Maiden's "I'm Running Free" among other songs, they were fucking great, I mean Ex-Models, what did you think you were going to get other than a great set?

No one mentioned the 4 "stage" set up which kept down time to a minimum.

also, I made that "The Warriors" comment in sarcasm, so sorry if it was misunderstood.

I'm sure Thurston wishes he was there for the show.

Also, I saw Health three times in the last week, so how you can say any one of those gigs was better than the other, I mean all of them were basically carbon copies of each other, down to sound problems at each gig.

Posted by Anonymous | April 3, 2008 9:25 AM

"I'm sure Thurston wishes he was there for the show."

Doubtful, he has seen many many shows in his lifetime. I am sure this glorified house party was not up on his list or he easily could have been there. He is in town this week.

"Also, I saw Health three times in the last week, so how you can say any one of those gigs was better than the other, I mean all of them were basically carbon copies of each other, down to sound problems at each gig."

And thank you for making my point for me from before. No discerning of taste or quality. I saw them twice this week and i for sure did not think they were carbon copies of each other. One was clearly better and that was at the knitting factory.


"there is a bran' new all ages good times loftspace venue though, please come friday night:

http://www.myspace.com/lessartistsmorecondos"


Oh yeah i forgot i am starting an all ages house party next week also. It will be in my loft downtown. It can fit around 300-400 people. The first bands playing with be The Shitsacks. They are totally changing music. Plus Jeff Johnson will be pounding on his keyboards and samplers and effects in the middle of the crowd wearing a Droopy Dog t-shirt with glowing tiki masks around him. He also is totally changing music as we know it. Cmon down. The shows will be legendary like nothing you have ever seen before.

Posted by Anonymous | April 3, 2008 9:42 AM

That URL should be FEWERartistsmorecondos

Posted by your English teacher | April 3, 2008 9:55 AM

"there is a bran' new all ages good times loftspace venue though, please come friday night:

http://www.myspace.com/lessartistsmorecondos"

Finally, a loft show not in Bushwick. Much better for us upper-Manhattan/Queens/Jersey non-WB folks.

What's the address? Set times?

Posted by Anonymous | April 3, 2008 10:26 AM

Nevermind, found the address. But set times would be nice.

Posted by Anonymous | April 3, 2008 10:29 AM

No one can deny that ToddP puts on very affordable shows, at hassle-free places, and he does it for minimal personal monetary reward. Not sure where the negative comments come from whenever a post is made about his shows on this site.

I don't know Todd P personally before anyone has any comments about that.

Posted by Anonymous | April 3, 2008 11:01 AM

what every hateful brooklynvegan thread boils down to is that the people who have positive shit to say are to busy living their lives. and having a good time doing it. while the resentful fucks who sit in front of a computer all day think the world cares what their no fun havin ass has to say. i love vegan as much as the next guy but i dont have the time to keep my hand on the refresh button. and i read these threads thinking i will gain new insights on music i love, but all i find is petty, bored people and their hatred of things that are different.

Posted by Anonymous | April 3, 2008 11:02 AM

to anon 9:42:

thanks for setting me straight. I am an idiot and a moron. I will not let the door hit me on the ass on the way out.

Posted by Anonymous | April 3, 2008 11:04 AM

@Anon3:05am/9:42am: Why are you so angry? Why do you bother going to shows just to race home and bitch about them in these comments? Why do you end your night at 3:05am and start it bright and early the next day at 9:42am with hate? These are the issues you should be most concerned about...not music.

Posted by Anonymous | April 3, 2008 11:08 AM

Anon 11:02pm I see what you do have time for is to bless us with that holier than thou speech. Thanks for being above us all you silly fuck.

Anon 11:04am Very good. Accepting it is the first step.

Anon 11:08 That comment of yours would actually have some creedence if you could show us all how you know that Anon 3:05 and Anon 9:42am are the same people. I would love to have a copy of that Anon recognizer you so magically have. How bout I say you and Anon 11:04 and Anon 11:02 are the same loser posting over and over.

And no i am not either of those Anons but feel free to say I am.

Posted by Anonymous | April 3, 2008 11:25 AM

"No one can deny that ToddP puts on very affordable shows"

Health as the Knitting Factory was cheaper than at the Market Hotel. And the Knitting Factory had AC.

Posted by Anonymous | April 3, 2008 11:49 AM

i live in a loft...that's cool, right?

Posted by Anonymous | April 3, 2008 12:02 PM

I'm going to be throwing some shows in my loft space in Bushwick as well... look out for details. It's all cool because I have 2 exits, a bathroom and a PA system.

Posted by Anonymous | April 3, 2008 12:03 PM

At Anon11:25am:

I am Anon11:08am. The post made by Anon3:05am states "It is because there is no discerning taste out there." The post made by Anon9:42am states "And thank you for making my point for me from before. No discerning of taste or quality." So obviously these two posts were made by the same person. Yes...perhaps even you.

Moral of this story: You don't need a copy of any magical "Anon recognizer"...you just need to have the ability to read. Obviously to you, that would indeed be magical.

Posted by Anonymous | April 3, 2008 12:04 PM

MH usually instructs its patrons to smoke in the outer rooms, but on such a big night it may have been hard to get the word out. plus when the throng of people are all amassed in the main room, ferreting out the smokers would be tough to do.

Posted by Jimmy Legs | April 3, 2008 12:13 PM

Hey Anon 11:02pm,

What about those of us who went to the show and did not think it killed and just thought it was ok. Nothing amazing at all. Am i petty or bored or hateful of different things in that feeble brain of yours? Really that comment of yours was pretty freakin stupid.

Posted by Anonymous | April 3, 2008 1:18 PM

as if one would actually care about some anonymous comments on good/bad times had at the market hotel or any other space for that matter.
get a life.

memo1 to myself:
never tell anybody again to get a life. I enjoy this ridiculous pro/contra bitchin FAR to much.

memo2 to myself:
restock popcorn

Posted by un:art:ig | April 3, 2008 1:30 PM

I saw a rat and I killed it!

Posted by Anonymous | April 3, 2008 1:35 PM

Fugazi- Song #1
Song number one is not a fuck you song
I'll save that thought till later on
You want to know if there's something wrong?
It's nothing
It's nothing
Everybody's talking about their hometown scenes and Hurting people's feelings in their magazines and
You want to know what it all means?
It's nothing
It's nothing
Fighting for a haircut?
I say, grow your hair
Crying for the music?
Well, I doubt you really care
Looking for an answer?
You can find it anywhere
It's nothing
It's nothing
Life is what you want it to be so
Don't get tangled up trying to be free and
Don't worry what the other people see
It's nothing
It's nothing

Posted by Anonymous | April 3, 2008 2:13 PM

"'No one can deny that ToddP puts on very affordable shows'

Health as the Knitting Factory was cheaper than at the Market Hotel. And the Knitting Factory had AC."


Well, then I guess no one can deny that ToddP and the Knitting Factory both put on very affordable shows.

Also, the Health show at Knitting Factory was less than $9?

Posted by Anonymous | April 3, 2008 2:49 PM

It was $8. Genghis Tron killed it. It was not sold out though.

Market Hotel next night was the best show ever.

Posted by Anonymous | April 3, 2008 3:24 PM

"It was $8. Genghis Tron killed it. It was not sold out though.

Market Hotel next night was the best show ever.

Posted by Anonymous | April 3, 2008 3:24 PM"

You are possibly one of the biggest losers commenting on here.

Posted by Anonymous | April 4, 2008 11:51 AM

the show was great. sweat and smoke and strange spiraling dance offs. black pus were rad, dan did exactly what he does best and knyfe hyts brought the ex-model noise.
some strange man with long hair was being an art guru and drawing all over the walls with a sharpie. my friends and i commandeered the pen and began doing portraits.
i really like market hotel. i think outside of glasslands it's my favorite venue at this point. the bathroom situation sucks but what the hell can you do?
does anyone know where more photos from that night can be found?

Posted by i.am.clydesdale | April 4, 2008 3:59 PM

It was an unbelievable show. I only wish I could see it again. I am so ready for another good time!

Matt
Front Desk
Cheap Palm Springs Hotel

Posted by Mathew Masonovich | September 21, 2009 12:17 AM

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