The Electric Lounge was bold and brash; the closest thing Austin had to a New York City nightclub in the ‘90s.
Located near the railroad tracks and just up the hill from the Cedar Door, its building had an industrial look with an unforgettable interior design that included a plexiglass partition that allowed you to watch from the quieter bar side, while watching the action in the performance area that regularly featured such popular artists as Hamell On Trial and Asylum Street Spanker, along with the likes of Spoon, Fastball, the Gourds, and Sixteen Deluxe.
The Electric Lounge was not quite the level that Armadillo or Antones was, but it was a crucial venue that gave Austin's music scene a place to stretch and grow, The EL closed in 1999 along with Steamboat and Liberty Lunch.
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This premium fitted short sleeve is a classic choice that is both comfy and light. for your next night out, workout or everyday routine.
.: 100% combed, ring-spun cotton (fiber content may vary for different colors)
.: Light fabric (4.3 oz/yd² (146 g/m²))
.: Premium fit
.: Tear-away label
.: Runs bigger than usual
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