Adrift at 3:30 a.m.

Photo: Aaron Thompson

It’s not often one can get out of a show at 3:30 a.m., get in the car and make it to another in time to see a fair portion of the set. Spindrift provided that rare opportunity early Saturday, closing an eventful Neon Reverb second night with a Bunkhouse performance that ended around 4.

Neon Reverb Day 2

The rockers had tons of energy in reserve, tearing through psychedelic garage tunes that had featured more than a hint of Spaghetti-Western twang. A few diehards even shimmied on the dance floor until the morning’s final chord, though most of the room offered only drowsy appreciation for the band’s gladiator-like fortitude.

Photo of Spencer Patterson

Spencer Patterson

Spencer Patterson is the Editor of Las Vegas Weekly, having previously served as Managing Editor, Arts & Entertainment Editor and ...

Get more Spencer Patterson

Previous Discussion:

  • Seeing an old friend in a completely new way.

  • A hardcore fan finally makes contact.

  • HOTS and OLI ... like peanut butter and jelly?

  • Get More Off The Record Stories
Top of Story