Japan Night Preview Show at The Typewriter Museum

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Hystoic Vein singer Inko at the Typewriter Museum in Austin, Tx during SXSW 2010.

Chalk it up to being hung-over from a St. Pat’s spent jostling for position in beer lines at a Flogging Molly gig, but I was half alive when my flight touched down at Austin Bergstrom International Airport at just about 11 in the morning. Though the previous night had reduced me to an undead husk, there were a few neurons still firing in anticipation not only of the Japanese music experience I had journeyed so far to see, but in regard to a thought that runs through the mind of every Austin, TX resident shortly after waking up: Should I have breakfast tacos?

No sleep and a desire to attempt social interaction with my cousin, who was nice enough to pick me up from the airport and give me a place to crash, dictated that caloric intake in the form of various spicy things in a warm flour tortilla was a pretty good idea. One nosh later, we were hoofing it from 6th Street to a venue across I-35 called the Typewriter Museum where a performance that promised to include several of the bands playing at Japan Night proper was already underway.
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