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Sunset Junction Day One Photo Essay
Sunset Junction on Saturday was one word: damn hot.
Tons of bands played, gallons of sunscreen was applied, and hundreds of gallons of fluids were ingested.
However, the sweat poured out in a way that was quite interesting. It was as if all the fluids inside wanted to go outside to see the pretty girls, be amazed by the variety of tattoos, and listen to the beautiful music.
It didn't matter how much you drank, that liquid found a way out of your body and wanted to rock on Sunset Blvd.
Jeff "The Kogasnake" Koga aimed his camera at the music stages last night and was nice enough to let us show you some of what he caught. Most of which can be seen after the jump...
The Parson Red Heads
Culver City Dub Collective
The Broken West
All photos by Jeff Koga, used with permission. With the exception of Sy Smith, who performed on the Sanborn Stage, the rest of the artists performed @ Sunset Junction: Spaceland Stage.