Archive for 'music'
WP tells me this is the 1000th time the post-writing skeleton has been set up. A while has gone by, my friends.
[from a sticky note that has been sitting on my desk since its date, February 10th.]
the prodibase max
250w video recording device from the
’70s that recorded onto hot dogs
From Tim Lindenschmidt’s World’s Longest Hot […]
Due to the siren vocals of Rise Against’s Tim McIlrath getting strained, the band had to cancel their Austin and Houston dates on their tour to promote their new album Appeal To Reason. Interscope’s melodic hardcore puppets were unable to stop their tourmates (The Gaslight Anthem, Thrice, and Alkaline Trio) from giving their Austin fans […]
I haven’t been writing much about my life in here lately, because it’s been pretty monotonous and unexciting for the most part.
K$, Mare and I watched The Onion Movie followed by The Love Guru tonight. Both comedies had a couple similar elements. The ones I noticed were the penis jokes galore and elephants.
I wrote this […]
Here are some quick highlights for each category to keep you in the loop.
life: wake up, go to work, go home, eat my one good meal for the weekday with Mare, stay up ’til it’s time to go to sleep, sleep, repeat until the weekend, then the weekend flies by in two days and the […]
I’m a little on the late side on posting these videos on here. Alkaline Trio played an amazing show at La Zona Rosa a couple Mondays ago. Here’s a few songs I managed to capture. I really wanted to get their second encore song, Radio, but my camera ran out of juice. Enjoy.
“Calling All Skeletons”
Spothook – beFour
Track 4 off Time (Wasted, Stolen & Borrowed)
Genre: Electronic, Experimental
Sounds like: Autechre
Spothook is one of my childhood friends with whom I don’t keep in touch with enough these days. =/
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Dynamite Boy played a reunion show this past Saturday at Emo’s. They were greeted by a venue full of fans that was impressive for a show featuring all local bands. They’ve been one of my favorite pop-punk bands, and I’ve seen them multiple times over the years.
We showed up a little late, because parking in […]