Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Strawberry Fields Is Shutting Down.

Details to come. I'd link to the list of stuff they're selling on Craig's List, but I'd like to buy some of it before you do.

Monday, November 24, 2008

New Damaged Good$ Video

Damaged Goods just posted what I believe is their first official music video (although I'm not entirely sure of this) on their Myspace page, and here it is for you:

Saturday, November 22, 2008

tim delaughter was @ FXXI today

i'm actually going to deny this story.. cause well then you guys would know i was at forever 21 today...

Friday, November 21, 2008

Chloe Sevigny was @ Lola's Tonight

Apparently she is traveling with Gang Gang Dance. Just thought I'd tell you. Did she dance extremely provocatively throughout all of Gang Gang Dance's set? Yes. Was it one of the hottest things I've ever seen in my life? Pretty much.

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

last.fm charts

charts from our last.fm group

if you download last.fm, and join our group you will affect these charts.

1. Radiohead
3. Animal Collective
4. Deerhunter
5. The Magnetic Fields
6. The Beatles
7. The Smiths
8. Broken Social Scene
9. Elliott Smith
10. David Bowie

unique to our group
1.The Magnetic Fields
2. Deerhunter
3. Dirty Projectors
4. DJ /rupture
5. Silver Jews
6. Castanets
7. Animal Collective
8. Gang Gang Dance
9. The J. Geils Band
10. Fucked Up

fucked up.. baiting the public

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

some old dood talking about todays election

so which centrist right politician who doesn't represent public opinion did you vote for?

Monday, November 3, 2008

Official Democratic Party Election Night Watch Party in Oak Cliff

Our pal Holly Jefferson, over at Halz Haz A Say, tipped us off to this event, which sounds like an excellent way to spend election night. Here are the details:

Official Democratic Party Election Night Watch Party
Bishop Arts District in Oak Cliff

413 N Bishop Ave.
Tuesday, November 4
6:00pm - 11:30pm

Watch the outcome of a historic election with your Democratic
candidates, elected officials, and fellow Texas Democrats at a street
festival in Oak Cliff's Historic Bishop Arts District!

Election results will be broadcast on three large screens on N. Bishop
Avenue, and live music from the main stage will keep the energy going
all night!

Complimentary remote parking is available at the Oak Cliff Tower
building (A.K.A. Bank of America building), located at 12th and
Beckley. A complimentary shuttle bus will run continuously to and from
the festival.