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[…] that both are playing the NHM soon, now that the Coachella embargo is officially lifted. Carry on. Akron/family @ Troubadour by Carlie. Annuals by Karen here; Victor […]
You sound like Miss Dada artist herself.
Located in perfect viewing position to mock and shame the 5′-1″ curly haired guy who was tapping the speaker and grooving for the entire show.
It’s a good thing the show was West of La Brea…so such affluent hipsters could grace us with their condescending and judgmental gaze.
The two most condescending 18 year olds? Where were these sad individuals located?
Most fun ever? In my line of work, it has always been fashionable to opt for cerebral viewing rather than “a c’mon make your body sweat” dance-a-thon, but as I grow up and older, I watch those kids who stand arms folded, minds on the externalities with which they have zero control over, and I become annoyed at how I’ve been like that so much in the past. Case-in-point Akron/family is like a family in that they play their music and ask you to dance and have fun and they don’t judge anyone. They bring the love and noise…it was literally a joy to be a part of. So when the 2 most condescending 18-year olds left the show before it finished, and this 24 year old stayed to hear a massive rendition of “Ed is a Portal”, all the nervous tingling inside my worried mind and body turned to a karma-filled smile and I danced and sweated profusely on until the very end of the show. See this band live. Along with Man Man, they are about as much fun as you can have.