The worst tweet I've ever seen
Maybe we should compile more?
It’s Wednesday, and I woke up earlier than usual; today is shaping up to be a great day. I’m currently working, but I’m taking some time away from my other desk to finish my newsletter for Dusk. Then after I clock out, I’m going to see the already legendary outfit 707s play at the newly renamed Disco Inferno. A screenshot of a tweet from a credible oldhead was being reposted on Instagram like wildfire showing the entrance of the venue mentioned above. I would like to compile some information on it because I’ve been attending and even playing shows there for a few years and it’s been there long before me. So many bands have passed through, and it’s gone through many name changes keeping it elusive. It has even crossed into multiple Phoenix communities as it has welcomed punks, ravers, and hardcore enjoyers of all elk. There are even other legendary tenants that neighbor the small storage unit.
I was recently chatting with the CEO of Possessed: The Fanzine for Slackers and Haters, and they even had an exciting story of having been on tour from San Diego and was a guest of this spot. He told a story of needing to piss and trying to do so by the electrical boxes but was greeted by an old fella with a pistol on his hip telling him to do otherwise. I know it as Wall Street or Cricket Pavillion, but to others, it’s known by other names.
A storage unit tucked away in a tranquil warehouse district of the most eastern part of Phoenix, there are many stories to tell, but none of them are mine, so I will leave them for others to do so. Maybe someone should reach out to those involved to compile a timeline to share the whole and complete story of Disco Inferno, but for now, I will leave it where it belongs, to those who know and for others to find out.
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We will have a table set up at the Dusk Market this Friday at The McKinley Club! Doors are at 6 pm and it goes until 10 pm with an afterparty at Gracies Tax Bar. Please come hang out and support a good cause as all profits of ticket sales will go to support the Rooted Doula Collective.
You can purchase tickets here.
We will have our three newest publishing projects for sale alongside Possessed 13. We will also have our logo tote and a logo bucket hat for sale in very limited quantities.
We're still looking for contributors so please get in touch with us if you'd like to pitch us an idea!
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The worst tweet I’ve ever seen
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Here are some things I'm watching on eBay
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That’s it for this week! Peace and love.