"In 2001 The Strokes played at a now closed, but old school NYC bar called Donhills. It was in the city down on Spring st near the West Side Highway. We would hang out there a lot that year, both when they played and possible more when they didn’t. Some friends we knew threw a party there called “TisWas”. This was the early days.
Another show where it was basically friends. I had (and still have it) a little point and shoot 35mm camera called a Yeshica T4. Great little camera. A lot of times when I just wanted to hangout and not focus on shooting so much, I carried this on me.
Energy was high this show and it was great to watch. I was standing up front snapping pics, drinking a beer and smoking a cigarette (back in the old days when you could smoke in bars).
Processing the film a few days later I was beyond happy with what I got. The grain in the film, being black and white and not really worrying about the photos I was taking.
I'm fairly certain this was one of those 6am nights, but that was pretty often in those days."
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