A Good Night with The Death Set

March 15, 2009 at 5:36 pm (Uncategorized)

Friday night ended the onslaught of shows that made my weekend. Ninjasonik and The Death Set played at the Ottobar in North Baltimore. It was a wild night with an interesting all-over-the-place crowd.

It was an interesting show, but I’m not sure if I could say it was my scene. Punk rock just isn’t my thing. That isn’t to say it wasn’t a good time. In addition to punk, there was a lot of dancing and energy floating about the room.

What was the most interesting thing was that each band had members of the other bands on stage, and by the time The Death Set took the stage, every person that performed that night had joined them on stage. It was a very different experience.

The band’s lead singer said something on stage that caught my attetion. I don’t remember the exact quote, but it was something to the effect of:

We’re in a time where all the bands are trying to stick out, but what have here, this is a group. This is my family.

I ran into Tara, the bartender we’d met the previous night at Zodiac. After a short chit-chat, she offered to answer some questions for me. Next Saturday, I’ll be talking to her for my project. Although she’s not a member of Wham City, she’s been working as the Zodiac’s bartender for a few years now, and is definitely affiliated. She’ll make a nice contact.

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