Reel Big Fish rule.

October 26, 2012 § Leave a comment

Hey guys. Guess who threw all sense to the wind and went to Reel Big Fish at the Wilma last night?

That’s right.

And it was SKAWESOME!!!! Beer was drank, kids did skank, I got clocked in the nose and might’ve punched a dude in the throat by accident, all ended marvelously. And it ended by 10 p.m., which allowed me to cavort afterwards and still get to bed reasonably and wake at the luxurious hour of 4:20 a.m. to get on a plane.

So I’m hanging out in the Gainesville airport right now, waiting for the esteemed Grant Geiger to arrive on his flight (we coordinated this trip badly). On the downside, the airport bar has already closed. On the plus side, me and Grant are making Fest buddies in our respective airports, which bodes well for the rest of the trip.

Tomorrow, MOTHERLOVING FEST BEGINS.

If you are in Missoula, you oughta go to the Zoo City Apparel show tonight. The Eeries are real good. I wrote about ’em for the Indy: “The Philadelphia trio’s latest, Home Alone, was recorded at a band member’s dad’s house in February, according to the Bandcamp page, and released as an LP on independent-punk-powerhouse Evil Weevil Records and a cassette on Burger Records… Home Alone delivers nothing but two-minute sweet treats with no fibrous filler to get in the way.”

Click here to read more about the Eeries.

Our own Spencer and a Chicago band called Makosica are also on the bill with King Elephant.

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