I just sort of happened upon this show while I was in Georgia visiting a friend. She is friends with one of the members of Slow Motion Crash, who were doing a final farewell show.
We didn't even find out about the show until a couple of bands had played, and by the time we got to the gallery, the show had been going on for hours. We got inside as Misfortune500 was starting. I enjoyed their set, and will have to check these kids out if they ever make it up to the Midwest.
After that, we decided to go outside for a bit, where it was just as hot, but when cars drove by, they created a breeze. While we were out there another band played, possibly Black Mona Lisa, they did not manage to lure inside, but I can't say that was due to any fault of their own.
We really came to see Slow Motion Crash's last show. I hadn't heard them before, but liked what I heard that night. …