Last Saturday night was definitely a rollercoaster ride. Here you have the final installment of the Horsehoe’s presentation of the Juno Decades (2000’s) with a roster that included some of the best of kind-of-current Canadian talent.
I started the night off with a beer in my living room, hesitant to leave the comfort of my home, staring at the shitty weather, counting each second until I had to heel-toe-it to 368 Queen Street West.
I walked in from pouring rain and walked out to a snowstorm. I still can’t count all the impressive covers and names that occupied the space between above and below 0 degrees, but I definitely was loving every second of Ian Blurton’s Fuck The Pain Away, originally and unforgettably by Peaches. Oh yeah, and it certainly didn’t hurt that Flash Lightnin’ and Sebastien Granger were members of his one-night-only supergroup.
Here I wanted to share the leftover photos I took that evening. Some that made it for Kate’s review on PinkMafia, and some that didn’t.
And before I sign-off one pearl of wisdom to share with those of you whose attention I still have: If you’re worried about an afterparty being a bit awkward because you don’t know anyone (and most of them being in the above photos), follow your instinct, it probably will be.