It was called MAUSFEST, in honor of our friend Maus' birthday. Maus is one of the best drummers in town and is VERY active– playing in possibly 8 different acts! Needless to say, quite a number of bands participated, including local-legend Mattox.
This event was held at a wonderful bar called Lips located in downtown El Paso. This place has great potential to be an indy-band showcase, with a large stage and even a dance floor. Stanton Street Collective was lucky to open the show and played a good number of songs including this latin-infused love song:
Tiene Hambre, Tiene Sed
written by Tony Melendez
Don't mind the chatter and Hope you enjoy it. (Thanks to Pilar for the vid)