goodbye bash at the Five Spot Cafï¿½. Despite the cold and rain, plenty of ATL
Origami and Arc the Finger owners Brian Knott and Kevin Elphick. Around 11:30
p.m., someone announced that Nod Factor 2 wasnï¿½t really ending, but switching
from a weekly party to a monthly event. So why were we there? It was cool,
Alpha Noise Project performed in front of a screen
displaying kung-fu movies. Dres tried to hype the crowd, but people were too
busy drinking and conversatinï¿½. Sorry, Dres. Also, Prophetix performed for the first
time in over a year. Apparently the trio now hold down steady jobs, are married
with kids, and donï¿½t have time to do the backpack hip-hop thing like they used
to. But for one night, they rekindled the magic.
I tried to take pictures, but they all came out too dark. What can I say? I ainï¿½t Joeff Davis.
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