|Ken Stringfellow of The Posies. (All Cat Rose photos)|
It was like popping one of your old mixtapes back into the car stereo and driving endlessly through the night.
Ah, the early '90s, when bands like The Posies, Alcohol Funnycar, Love Battery, The Meices, Flop, Pure Joy and Pop Sickle were the soundtrack to some of our lives.
On Friday night, tunes from those bands filled the air during the Moe 20/Neumos 10th anniversary celebration at the always reliable club at 925 E. Pike St. in Seattle.
Here's photographer Cat Rose's visual rundown of the evening:
|Stringfellow and Mike Musburger.|
ALCOHOL FUNNYCAR & FRIENDS
|AFC's Ben London, top, and Tommy Simpson, below.|
|Love Battery's Ron Nine, right, with London sings "Between the Eyes." |
Love Battery guitarist Kevin Whitworth is below with AFC drummer Rob Dent.
|London and Meices singer Joe Reineke roll through "Don't Let the Soap Run Out."|
Below, Reineke jams with Presidents of the United States of America guitarist Andrew McKeag.
|London keeps an eye on Kurt Bloch's soloing technique.|
RUSTY WILLOUGHBY BAND (FLOP & PURE JOY SONGS)
|Rob Skinner, top, and Brian Naubert.|