The Glass House 5/25/2013

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Posted June 24, 2013 in Web Only
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“High Fives and Good Vibes at The Glasshouse” May 25, 2013 at The Glass House. “The lights were dim, the music loud, and the floor slippery with spilled beer and perspiration; It’s safe to say good times were had this past Thursday at The Glasshouse in Downtown Pomona. A four band lineup featuring the likes of Clitorati, Slipping Into Darkness, Dirt Dress and headliner, Shannon and the Clams, summoned a collective unit of show attendees thought to be on its way into extinction: Dancers. Dancers everywhere. Girls danced in the bathrooms, couples danced by the snack bar, crowd surfers sailed over bumpy terrain just to make their way to the stage to dance with the bands. Maybe it was the red and blue fluorescent lights haloing the performers heads combined with the drink specials by the bartender in the lobby, but there was a definite essence of bliss and intoxication present. The variation of genres and sounds accompanied with the good spirit of the performers could also be accountable for the lively success of the show. From ska/post punk opening band Clitorati, to none other than the groovy, almost new wave vibes of Shannon and the Clams, that essence combined with good tunes made way for a happy crowd as they spilled out onto the Second St. sidewalk recalling their night out on the dance floor.”


The Glass House 5/25/2013

“High Fives and Good Vibes at The Glasshouse”

May 25, 2013 at The Glass House.
“The lights were dim, the music loud, and the floor slippery with spilled beer and perspiration; It's safe to say good times were had this past Thursday at The Glasshouse in Downtown Pomona.
A four band lineup featuring the likes of Clitorati, Slipping Into Darkness, Dirt Dress and headliner, Shannon and the Clams, summoned a collective unit of show attendees thought to be on its way into extinction: Dancers. Dancers everywhere.
Girls danced in the bathrooms, couples danced by the snack bar, crowd surfers sailed over bumpy terrain just to make their way to the stage to dance with the bands.
Maybe it was the red and blue fluorescent lights haloing the performers heads combined with the drink specials by the bartender in the lobby, but there was a definite essence of bliss and intoxication present.
The variation of genres and sounds accompanied with the good spirit of the performers could also be accountable for the lively success of the show. From ska/post punk opening band Clitorati, to none other than the groovy, almost new wave vibes of Shannon and the Clams, that essence combined with good tunes made way for a happy crowd as they spilled out onto the Second St. sidewalk recalling their night out on the dance floor.”


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