Just painted my nails today. Went to Detroit and shot some pictures, got footage of an old abandoned school. We went on the top floor and my friend Mike helped me get on the roof.
Nichole and I have been to this school before and shot pictures with her there before.
This time I brought my video-camera and starting recording. Which was sweet. I used the fisheye.
As soon as I got on the roof, the camera died :( so I ended up shooting with my slr instead, got some really nice moody shots. We’ll see how they turn out once I get them developed, in like 2-3 years from now…
As previously reported, Godspeed will first return to the stage at All Tomorrow’s Parties in England in December (with “Weird” Al!), and then embark on a European tour. More European and Canadian dates are to be announced, but the dates revealed so far can be viewed below:
12-03-05 Minehead, England - ATP Nightmare Before Christmas 12-07 Manchester, England - Academy 12-08 Glasgow, Scotland - Barrowlands 12-12 Bristol, England - Ansom Rooms 12-13 London, England - Troxy 01-14 Paris, France - Charlie Parker @ Parc de la Villette 01-15 Brussels, Belgium - Cirque Royale De Bruxelles 02-16 Vancouver, British Columbia - Vogue Theatre 02-17 Seattle, WA - Showbox at the Market 02-18 Portland, OR - Crystal Ballroom 02-20 San Francisco, CA - Great American Music Hall 02-21 San Francisco, CA - Great American Music Hall 02-23 Los Angeles, CA - Music Box at the Henry Fonda 03-16 Brooklyn, NY - Masonic Temple 03-17 New York, NY - Church of St. Paul the Apostle 03-19 Philadelphia, PA - Trocadero 03-20 Washington, DC - 9:30 Club 03-22 Athens, GA - 40 Watt Club 03-24 Nashville, TN - Cannery Ballroom 03-26 Chicago, IL - Metro 03-27 Chicago, IL - Metro 03-29 Detroit, MI - Majestic Theatre
I’m Totally Not Down With Rob’s Alien- Minus The Bear
Everytime I saw MTB I always wished they would play this song. I STILL haven’t heard this song live. I really wish to though, it’s sucha good one. I always picture this whole song in my head, it’s so great. Swimming by the lake in your clothes, at night, and nothing going on.
In my opinion, Other Truths by Do Make Say Think is an outstanding album. I wouldn’t say it’s my favorite album by them, but it’s their best work! The first fucking track gets me full of excitement just listening to it. I used their track “do” in my short film project that I turned in for school, then after going to see DMST live last year they played “do” live, and it was intense. A very moving song, and band. I hope to see them sometime over the next 4-5 years. Just in case I don’t see them live again, I bought a shirt and took a poster for their show that was at The Crofoot.
I had this dream where I was going to this bowling alley/venue/roller rink and there were all these people dressed as punks, I mean like hardcore punks, and we were all on a roof, I snuck a beer on the roof and we were all playing a game. Idk what the game was called but it had to do with a tarp. Anyway I had skates on and I took them off, I got out of the tarp on the roof, almost fell off and some guy helped me. Some gross cruddy guy and then somehow I couldn’t find my skates but I wake up in his bed or somewhere in his room…And I feel my cheek because I felt something weird on my cheek and he had cut a swastika really deep in my cheek, and I held my cheek and I was trying to escape and I finally escape. Then two black girls that were my friends I guess followed me down the street and said they’d help me and they were about to go mess this dude up, he was crazy. But I said no, then, I stop and help this old lady with her three dogs, their leashes were tangled. Then told her what happened slightly. I didn’t tel her about the swastika cut on my cheek. So we walk away then out of nowhere a white kid comes from behind me and stabs me in the back with a big thick piece of a metal shaped like a thick blade from a box cutter and then he pulls it out of my back and I try to run and I’m screaming, and then he stabs me in the chest. That’s when I wake up. I screamed so loud.
Sometimes my dreams feel so real, I think I feel these things happening to my body.
The Felice Brothers and their long time friends and band mates Greg Farley and Christmas Clapton, come to us from the Catskill Mountains, where a homegrown sound has been working its way through the bloodlines for generations. Their rambling journey so far has brought them from busking in New York City subway stations, to tours across the world that have included enthusiastically received performances at major music festivals including Bonnaroo, All Points West, Outside Lands, and Langerado.
A defining memory to date might be their appearance at the 2008 Newport Folk Festival. A summer afternoon thunderstorm rolled in and began to douse the land. While it electrified the atmosphere, the rain had the adverse effect of cutting power to The Felice Brother’s stage. After many assurances that power would be restored, The Felice Brothers were informed it was a lost cause, and that they’d have to make due. Without hesitation the band jumped down off the Read the full story
That’s the singer off of Two Gallants for those that don’t know. I mean, the free song he released didn’t exactly make my world move when it was released last month, but I have listened to it more in this past month than I listened to Don’t Haunt This Place by The Rural Alberta Advantage when that was released as a free track… and those who know me know that that is a big deal!