Photographer Karen Beck displays her work. Karen's beautiful photos were
the first thing
that party-goers saw when entering Club Europa.
Kirsten Sims, Chrystie Hopkins,and Rob Hansen take a break from the music
to talk about the Spring issue of Meniscus.
Clemmy's Guttata started off the evening. Clemmy's Guttata
is currently in the studio recording their first album. Meniscus was
lucky to have such an incredible band playing at the party.
In a first ever event for Club Europa, Meniscus contributing artists,
Hunter Nields and Chrystie Hopkins, displayed their work.
Death to Stormy heated up the night with their wild
lyrics and punk edge—always a Boston favorite.
Silent Treatmeat brings together technology with guitar and drums to create
a unique sound.
Clemmy's Guttata guitarist Brian Gagné sat in with Silent Treatment
to create some ambient, electic beats.
Clemmy's Guttata members Derek Gumuchian and Brian Gagné with Derek
Corner, and Chrystie Hopkins, . . . what are they doing?
(It looks like Gagné might be transcending space and time again.)
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