PHOTO REVIEW: Cyber Tracks first annual Christmas party


LOS ANGELES, December 24, 2014 —  On December 21, Cyber Tracks hosted its first annual Christmas Party at the legendary Roxy on Sunset Blvd. in Hollywood. The event, which was headlined by Ten Foot Pole, featured Cyber Tracks label bands such as Implants, Warner Drive, Counterpunch, Margate, and This Legend. For those who stuck around, Yotam Ben-Horin from Useless ID played an acoustic set to close out the night.

Fans were also treated to an ugly sweater contest judged by Jordan Burns of Strung Out, Fletcher Dragge of Pennywise, and El Hefe from NOFX. Eddie Carrasco from Union 13 and Gunradio took home the prize for ugliest sweater.

The following is a photo review. Most of the photos were taken by Ron McIntyre of Felony Films. The few that were not taken by Ron were taken by Kevin Wells.


Kevin J. Wells is the Sports Editor for Communities Digital News. He also writes about Major League Baseball, punk rock music and food. Kevin also writes for New Noise Magazine and plays guitar in the Los Angeles punk band Emmer Effer. Follow him on Twitter @WellsOnBaseball

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