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HPX 2011: Tuesday Highlights

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AHHHHHH! I NEED THIS

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Oh my God, everyone. Halifax Pop Explosion starts tomorrow. Batten down the hatches, friends and enemies. I'll post a "survival guide" tomorrow so you can see how one asshole recovers from a week of loud music and self-abuse.

In the meantime, I thought I'd post some personal daily highlights and see how far off the mark I get due to hunger/tiredness/booze. We'll be blogging from here on the regular, so you can hear all my blatherings and silly nonsense. Let's begin.

6pm - Citadel Hotel - DJ James Reid

Let's start this thing off right at the Citadel club with some fancy drinks and our favorite DJ spinning hip-pop hits. Pretend to be fancy. I might wear tights.

7pm - PIZZA BREAK!

AHHHHHH! I NEED THIS
  • AHHHHHH! I NEED THIS

9:30pm - Deadly Hearts - Seahorse

I like these guys. They have a great classic burnished rockabilly type of sound and probably won't be playing much now that Myles Deck drums for the Motorleague.

Midnight - Die Brücke - Gus' Pub

The Tuesday conflicts begin with Die Brücke who are ripping good, play pretty much never and feature our own Steph Johns and Mark Black. They play as part of a tribute night to former HPX volunteer Alex Fountain at Gus. If you want a harder start to the week, this is where you should be.


12:30pm, One Hundred Dollars, Seahorse

I am painfully torn between the beautiful thoughtful country of One Hundred Dollars and Braids, a band deemed almost universally unmissable (playing at midnight at Reflections.) I wish there was two of me. I will try to attend both.

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Stay tuned to this space for some kinda blog tomorrow night.

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