Creepoid‘s Savannah release show for Cemetery Highrise Slum was on Monday night at Hang Fire. The “briefly Savannahian heavy/psych/noise/slowcore/stoner/hazy rock outfit (and all around nice people)” — to borrow Tom’s words — cranked the smoke machine and played an inspiring (and very hot) latenight set. They spoke of their love for Savannah, gave a shoutout to Ramsey, and even played a song in honor of Warren’s recently deceased dog Penny.
Creepoid has given up the Savannah apartment, but many of us are hoping/expecting that they’ll be back here regularly.
At some point, I realized that there had to be at least five of us getting some sort of decent images, despite Hang Fire’s notorious darkness and despite Creepoid’s smoke machine. So here’s a big collaborative photo gallery from Wicked Ways Photography (click here for her Facebook page); Dave Spangenberg, who was using only his phone (check out his Facebook page and website); Jason Nielubowicz, who was experimenting with a new camera; Tom Cartmel, who was using his usual stealth equipment; and me, who struggled with my Nikon with a 50 mm 1.4 lens. Click on through for a whole lot more: