Then I ate dinner. I had a cocktail at the Carleton, but not one of the fun ones named after old Halifax bands. I had the one with espresso in it because it was going to be that kind of night.
I walked home, realized I had locked myself out, ran to get my spare key, ran home, had a handful of painkillers and then took off for Reflections. I was so stoked for the whole bill, Sheer Agony, Bloodhouse, Cousins and Thee Oh Sees. Dream bill. Bucket list bill.
If you missed Sheer Agony, I feel bad for you. Here they are watching the hockey game.
Bloodhouse gave a lot of percents. Alex wears his guitar up high, but not as high as John Dwyer.
I have no pictures of Cousins or Thee Oh Sees due to battery power and its limitations. But I can assure you they were both as amazing as you figured. I was in music nerd heaven. Singing along and watching John Dwyer and Brigid Dawson made my whole year. Thank you, Pop Explosion. It was a magic time in Steph's world.