More mashed potato fun: The BLO used red, white, and blue colored mashed potatoes and ipecac to puke patriotic performance art. I can't believe there's no video of this online. Only one measly comment on WMMNA. Internet, you've let me down.
The blogosphere has changed the way I discover and understand music for the better. I'm thankful that the internet is filled with so many people who are passionate about what they listen to, and who love to share.
In the 1990s I had trouble feeding my cravings for new and interesting music. Aside from recommendations from a few close friends, my only way to discover new music was to look for CDs with cool looking covers... and cross my fingers. I'm not joking. Thank god I don't have to do that any more.
No matter what your musical tastes, you're bound to find music writers online who'll resonate with you. Here are some of my favorite websites (MP3 blogs and otherwise)...
In March, I left a disposable camera at Death by Audio (a venue in Brooklyn) along with a note: "Take a picture. Call me when the camera is full." I was there playing a show with my friend Chad.
I forgot about the whole thing until a few months ago when I got a weird call from a stranger who told me about my camera. It was full. Apparently the camera had never left the venue. Under no circumstance did the caller want to hand deliver the camera to me. Fine. It would be hidden safely behind the bar. I could get it whenever.
... we are the thin red line upon a path that translates to the wanderlust of the American spirit, manifesting its destiny thru evolution, divine intervention, and a busload of luck...
Right now the conditions are perfect for lurking on TrailForums.com: It got dark at 5 today. Its past midnight now. Ida is on. I'm messing with spreadsheets. I wonder what more pretty words I can find.
I feel like my most of the books listed have been recommended to me at one point or another. I can only recall reading about 7 of them. Maybe I half-assedly read a few more of them for school assignments, but if I can't remember what the book was about I don't think it should count.