Day 8: Notsuoh
Texas is hot, really hot. I’m having a hard time convincing myself that it’s almost October as sweat builds a quick layer on my skin, just 5 minutes after jumping out of the shower.
Last night was my first time in Houston, and quite honestly the heat has my brain fried, so I don’t feel I can give a proper review of the city. The ride in was just as hot, the sun beating through the windshield, slow roasting us with its radiant energy. Nate got a freeze pop at the gas station just outside of the city, and the thing was literally melting faster than he could eat it.
The club we played at was a converted clothing store, and when the shop owners left they left behind a collection of random wares that the club owners turned in to decor. It almost felt like someone had gone into a Goodwill, bought the most random items, then nailed them to the wall or hung them from the ceiling. Macklemore would be proud.
The club didn’t have a sound guy, so I got to log in some time behind the board, which was pretty cool. After the show we decided to get a hotel to beat the heat. A.C. Is a beautiful thing!