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Monotonix at the Gargoyle 

A question posed by someone in the audience at Monotonix last night: "Where are all the grungy St. Louis hipsters?" The girl went on to state her disappointment in the seeming lack of Southside punks in the crowd, but the answer to her query seemed self-evident: They thought a Monotonix show at the Gargoyle would suck. They were wrong. So very wrong. Continue reading Diana Benanti's review of Monotonix at the Gargoyle. Photos by Jason Stoff.
Joey Salvatore and Bobby McCulloch read about Monotonix in the RFT (hey, that's us!) and decided to check it out.
Monotonix mercy - shirts, music, and assorted oddities.
Crim Dolla Cray and Jake Steele, before Monotonix took the "stage."
Patty Mayonnaise and Julie Blouin. I suspect Patty is using an alias, but Doug would be proud.
Andrew Warshaver, Zak Marmalefsky and Rici Wittkuge, before Monotonix madness took over.
Rachel Chung and Neha Nair.
Steve Washburn, Lindsay Lozito, Kate Cohen and Hana Toribara camping out near the stage.
Shelby Stoneking, Tessa Blood and Georgia M'landish mugging for the camera before Heavy Cream.
Nashville's Heavy Cream, opening for Monotonix at The Gargoyle.
Heavy Cream, opening for Monotonix at The Gargoyle.
Nashville's Heavy Cream, opening for Monotonix at The Gargoyle.
Heavy Cream, opening for Monotonix at The Gargoyle.
Nashville's Heavy Cream, opening for Monotonix at The Gargoyle.
Heavy Cream, opening for Monotonix at The Gargoyle.
Nashville's Heavy Cream, opening for Monotonix at The Gargoyle.
Heavy Cream, opening for Monotonix at The Gargoyle.
Nashville's Heavy Cream, opening for Monotonix at The Gargoyle.
Heavy Cream, opening for Monotonix at The Gargoyle.
Nashville's Heavy Cream, opening for Monotonix at The Gargoyle.
Monotonix' drums were set up on the floor directly in front of the stage. They wouldn't stay there.
The rest of Monotonix' gear mainly stayed put - but the band themselves definitely didn't.
Monotonix, tearing The Gargoyle a new one.
Monotonix performing at The Gargoyle.
Does this qualify as a mustache ride? Monotonix performing at The Gargoyle.
Monotonix performing at The Gargoyle.
Monotonix performing at The Gargoyle.
Monotonix performing at The Gargoyle.
Check out those shorts. Monotonix performing at The Gargoyle.
Monotonix performing at The Gargoyle.
Monotonix performing at The Gargoyle.
Monotonix performing at The Gargoyle.
Drums - they're not just for the floor anymore. Monotonix performing at The Gargoyle.
Despite the chaotic performance, Monotonix successfully managed to get the crowd to sit down for an intermission.
Monotonix, in a brief moment of inaction.
Monotonix at The Gargoyle.
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Joey Salvatore and Bobby McCulloch read about Monotonix in the RFT (hey, that's us!) and decided to check it out.
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