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[Boomslang 2012] Drunk Music Reviews: Doomslang

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Drunk Music Reviews is Caitlin Behle and John Sebastian. Caitlin reviews a show while progressively getting drunker, while illustrator John Sebastian turns the drunken reviews, which could be ridiculous, sloppy or just plain insulting, into a comic.

Notes: The captions that end with @drunkmusicrevws were pulled from their Twitter account during the show. Tweets ending with J are reviews from John, while tweets ending with C are from Caitlin. The chart at the bottom of every illustration shows the drink tallies for the night.

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Normally a Drunk Music Review is split into pretty clear cut tasks – I handle the reviews and John takes care of the illustrations (while wasted, of course). However, we decided to take a different approach with Saturday’s Boomslang showcase at Buster’s; John did the entire review. I’d like to attribute this shift in responsibilities to our attempt to challenge ourselves, but really I just don’t know anything about doom metal.  Doomslang was basically John’s entire reason for being in Lexington that weekend, so it only made sense to hand him the reigns.

@seblasto will be your captain for Doomslang this evening. Expect great drawings & better-informed, drunken reviews than I can produce. -c - ‏@drunkmusicrevws

Soft Opening

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Really digging Soft Opening’s lethargic grooves and heavy psychedelic breaks. Super noisy in the best way.@drunkmusicrevws

Author & Punisher

Author & Punisher’s gear setup can not not remind me of the cockpit of a gundam or a mech from mech warrior – j - @drunkmusicrevws

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White Hills

The front room is too crowded for me to see White Hills save for their guitarist’s sparkly leather jacket. I must have it. – j - @drunkmusicrevws

The singer of White Hills is kind of a Dio-sized Alice Cooper-looking guy. – j @drunkmusicrevws

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Weedeater enters the stage to the Sanford and Son theme. Too perfect.@drunkmusicrevws

I ca’t tell if its a thing for Dixie to look fucked up or he actually is, but he looked straight at me, and also to he right of me. - @drunkmusicrevws

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Unfortunately, I couldn’t get through the crowd or see through the fog/incense smoke to see native Lexington’s Merkaba well enough to actually draw the band.

St. Vitus

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Caitlin has been with Each Note Secure since her days at WOXY as an evening DJ beginning in 2008. As a senior contributor with ENS, most of her live reviews are centered on Cincinnati's local music scene. She also provides the words for Drunk Music Reviews, a series of reviews written in collaboration with illustrator John Sebastian in which they both get hammered and write/draw their live concert experiences.

Posted by Caitlin Behle   @   27 September 2012 1 comments
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