Photos by Maximilian Ho Words by Kyle B. Smith All good things must come to an end, or so they say. Or as Caroline Polachek sings in "Cool As A Fire," "gone with the weather, nothing lasts forever." After a decade together, Polachek and Patrick Wimberly have decided it's curtains for Chairlift. Wimberly and the divine Ms. Polachek cut right to the chase in starting up "Garbage" a few seconds after assembling on stage. Polachek, who thanks to an exceedingly confident and lithe stage presence, cannot help but be the de facto beating heart of Chairlift, began the show in an austere black cloak, appearing more like a solemn Supreme Court Justice than indie darling. The glitchy, slow roast intro of "Garbage" snapped the tune out of a moody creep with a Meyer sax burst. Reflection abounded throughout the course of the evening. Opener Kristin Kontrol (Dee Dee of Dum Dum Girls) spoke for many when she said plainly, "This is such a sad goodbye." Polachek later remarked that The Echoplex was