EL TEN ELEVEN + RACES + WE WERE INDIANS @ CENTRAL SOCIAL AID AND PLEASURE CLUB
Photos and words by Brittany Kalaj Margulieux
El Ten Eleven apologized to the crowd for their anti-climactic mid-show soundcheck, but there was no need. Adoring fans were willingly cramped into the you-can-barely-breathe sold out Central SAPC space for the chance to hear the local duo El Ten Eleven live. Once the band started playing, the small room seemed to have some air flowing. The night opened with a raucous We Were Indians’ set followed by a solid, but subdued performance by Races.