Friday, February 10, 2012

Band Practice at the Chop House: with STEPHANIE

Chophouse Rehearsal Studios on Capitol Hill is a favorite space among local bands to practice their music. And why wouldn't it be? Conveniently across the street a myriad of bars and coffee shops, it boasts grafittied bathrooms, beer and pizza residue all over the walls, and absolutely no ventilation. Sounds like a winner!
The best part about the Chophouse is the awesome bands that use the space. For example, Cairo Records band STEPHANIE holds their practices at the local spot. Here's what it looks like when you barge in: 
 Ian misbehaves. 
 Ian behaves.
 They create a sixth member. 
They put liquids near electronics. 

On my way out, I asked each band member what song he would want to hear last before the apocalypse. Some of these answers to not surprise me... 
Robert--Ernesto Lecuona "Crisantemo"
Matt--Brian Eno "An Ending"
Andrew--Sister Nancy "Bam Bam" 
Ian--Ciara "Promise" 
Wil--Eiffel 65 "Blue" 

Hey gentlemen of Stephanie, stay wonderful. 

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