Nothing can stand in our way
LATE EDITION NOTE: Today an anonymous reader pointed out that I don't know my right from my left and had tagged the photos below incorrectly. To all of you who were confused and thought that the bass player in Bell's name was Olga or that Marina from The Ballet's name was Greg, my apologies. It's fixed now!
1. Matt Earfarm, who ultimately chose to hug rather than fight his DJ opponent Colleen Crumbcake, wrote a very nice re-cap of the Neon Lights presents...* inaugural show HERE.
Also, if you're still not trusting my rabid frothing over Bell, this is what Rachael Underrated, whose 'The Blog Show' on Breakthru Radio you really need to check out STAT, had to say:
"...was there in time to see Bell, a female singer/songwriter donned with a keyboard and a very Regina Spektor-esque voice. I thought she was, in short, fabulous. Extremely likeable in her presence and with a voice that echoed throughout the small stage, I think everyone there was pretty captivated. It was catchy with a certain charm. As Borat would say: very nice..."
Check Merry Swankster on Thursday, as the non-foot-in-mouth half of the Neon Lights team, Jeff K, will tell you about his side of the night which I'm sure did not include "freak dancing" on the Delancey stairs with members of our crowd. And uh, club staff.
(Clears throat. Randomly moves papers on desk.)
Some photos of the Neon Lights presents... show courtesy of Devon B. Enjoy!
BELL (l-r: Olga, Jason, Mike)
LISMORE (l-r: Penelope, Ingrid)
THIEVES LIKE US (l-r: Björn, Andy, Pontus)
THE BALLET (l-r: Greg, Ginger, Marina)
2. Sorry, it's been on my mind!
* Oh yes, befriend us on My Space! I keep forgetting to say that!