Friday, September 09, 2011

Hopscotch 2011 Day 1: Cold Cave at The Pour House

All photos by Kevin Norris
One of the hottest sets of the first night of the 2011 Hopscotch Music Festival was at 12:30 a.m. at The Pour House. The New York trio Cold Cave packed the venue to capacity as people danced along to the band's European-flavored synth pop.

The band played in the dark and donned black leather jackets, ignoring the heat and humidity created by the packed house and September weather. The band was all about attitude as frontman Wesley Eisold thrashed about and got right on top of the front row. Dominick Fernow danced around the stage when he wasn't manning his samplers and synths.

Simply put, Cold Cave killed. They could've played much longer and people would've stayed and danced all night.


Amanda said...

I loved this.

Karla Anne said...

best hopscotch dance party in ANY of the clubs. well, that I went to, anyway!