Wednesday, February 28, 2007

the devil took me by the hand and led me west

listening to: global hotness the mixtape

Check the mixtape by J-La by clicking the link above, it's pretty bumpin'. There's a bit of Lil Jon put in there for good measure, and I must admit that I am a fan of Lil Jon's production work, you just can't fuck with those beats!
This is the tracklist for the mix:

1. Disco D - No More
2. Gravite Zero Ft. Youngbloodz - Damn (Radioclit Remix)
3. Redzero - Tony Matterhorn/Ghostland Observatory/Bad Belly Remix
4. Dr. ALBAN - No Coke (After Use 12″ Mix)

5. Simian Mobile Disco - I Believe

6. The Knife - Marble House (Emperor Machine Remix Edit)

7. The Pack - At the Club (WIly Joy Remix)
8. Babyface Assassins f. Keak Da Sneak - Fassst

9. Eddi Projex - On Like Me

10. The Pack - I’m Shinin

11. Wale - Good Girl (Cousin Cole Remix v1.4

12. Air France - Beach Party

13. Walter Meego - Through a Keyhole

14. Goose - Bring it On

15. MGMT - Kids

16. Modeselektor - Silikon (Siriusmo Remix)

17. Claude Vonstroke - Chimps

18. DJ Delicious/Fam-Lay & Pharell - Let it Drop (Red Foxx Chopped &
FX Edit)
19. All Saints - Rock Steady (MSTRKRFT Edition)
20. The Sounds - Tony the Beat (Rex the Dog Remix)
21. J- La - Bucky Not In (M.I.A./Chicken Lips)
22. Joe Medium - Throw Some Disco

23. A-Trak - Walk it Out Trizz

24. Muscles - Ice Cream

25. Z.A.K. - Mr. Me Too Remix (Clipse/Fields)


I just did a small review on this great little book called Meet Mr. Product on Crowndozen. Check it out!

Here are some more cool tracks I've been digging recently:

Axis: Bold As Love (instrumental)

Sixto Rodriguez- Sugar Man

Hero of the Day- Iron Horse (Metallica cover in bluegrass)



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Tuesday, February 27, 2007

some trophy toured country

listening to: dane cook- harmful if swallowed (hilarious)

Dane Cook is truly a silly goofball. As my cousin says, "he's a goofball and a half." Check out this track about his first job. I laughed out loud with girlish glee. Listen here


Alright, this is one of the coolest things I have ever found on the internet that is totally useful! It's called the Rasterbator and basically it enables you to rasterize any image and turn it into HUGEEEEEE piece of art for whatever you want...(wheatpasting anyone?)
The Rasterbator creates huge, rasterized images from any picture. Upload an image, print the resulting multi-page pdf file and assemble the pages into extremely cool looking poster up to 20 meters in size.
Check out some of the stuff that people have done with this little wonder...

so cool, but it can get expensive especially if you use a lot of blacks or any colors for that matter instead of negative space. If anyone uses this to make something, send me a flick of what you did.


Just found this remix of the song Model by the band To My Boy. All I know about this band is what I just heard in the remix, but I already dig them. Sounds a little like classic europop somewhat re-tooled, real good stuff. Thanks to the Slutty Fringe for pointing this one out. Listen to it!


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Monday, February 26, 2007

like two passing ships in the night. That's how I see it...

hearing: Saavut Pimeaan Iltaan- Ville Moskiitto

So the Oscars are over and everyone who won is happy. I know that I really have to see The Last King of Scotland because Forest Whitaker looks like he did an amazing job acting in that film and I've only seen a minute or so from previews. I am not one to be like, "oh yeah I gotta go see that movie now!", but after seeing how he totally transformed into Idi Amin, complete with the physical attributes and accent, I know it's gotta be damn good and I'm stoked to see it. I also want to see Man of the Year, it looks interesting.

I been hit by a barrage of, to put it succinctly, fuckin' awesome music. Here are some bands that I am digging the hell out of now:
(psst, you can listen to the tracks too!)

The Blow are awesome. Check them out here.
Listen to True Affection. This song is so good!

Bad Brains
Listen to Why'd You Have to Go

Final Fantasy
Listen to This Lamb Sells Condos

Of course the classic Warren Zevon. Listen to Lawyers Guns and Money. Great stuff.


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Sunday, February 25, 2007

the dogs of doom are howling more

listening to: droning destruction...the nameless horde- buried at sea

How rad is this? From Graffiti Research Labs comes yet another way to get up and gives new meaning to all city!


Finally The Golden Girls last season is out on DVD! I really do intend to get the entire show but that requires funds and right now that's not possible, but I will in time. Check this site out called Golden Girls Central, it's the shit, it has everything you want to know about the great show. There is an 'interesting facts' page that has a lot of cool trivia. Did you know that Estelle Getty (Sophia) is younger than her on screen daughter, Dorothy (Bea Arthur)? It's true. Also it's a fact that Bea Arthur hates cheesecake.

These are silly.


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Thursday, February 22, 2007

we got that work...

hearing: watercorps+drops- think

Waxidermy is awesome and I will say it again. I was perusing the site looking for cool album covers and such and came across this one album that is great in it's own right, not for the musical stylings but for the sheer absurdness of it. This is going to be all about religion because it's a damn funny and interesting thing, that thing they call religion. Big ups to Waxidermy for posting this. The album is called The Living Word as Quoted by Susie. Listen to this track, it's somethin' else.


This is the greatest church website on the internet and you can tell by their slogan, "Where the worthwhile worship. Unsaved Unwelcome!". Yeah, Landover Baptist pretty much rules and if they were a news source then they would be The Onion. Check them out because if you don't then god will smite you, ya sinner! You can't sleep on this site though because they've got a real good offer going: Kids! Accept Jesus Christ as Your Lord and Savior and Get a Free PlayStation 3!

This was taken from their Staff area page


Just stumbled upon this gem of a mix blog lastnight called illjazz. This blog offers up a healthy dose of podcasts in the form of funk mixes to break mixes to electro shiz. Don't sleep! The format of the blog is so nice too, it's got everything laid out in simple form so you can click the icon of the type of media player you want to hear the mixes by. Definitely ill. There's probably something for everyone in this one... Bump their latest mix by clicking here!


1. Queen vs. The Miami Project – Another One Bites the Dust (A Skillz Mix)
2. Laid Back – White Horse 3. FDEL – Get up on ya Feet 4. DJ Kool - Let me Clear my Throat (45 King Bass and Funk mix) 5. The Rapture W.A.Y.U.H (people don’t dance no more) 6. Cassius – Toop Toop 7. Rick James – Below the Funk (Pass the J) 8. Rolling Stones – Sympathy for the Devil 9. Tutto Matto - Funkulu 10. Neighbourhood Romeo – Four Girls, Bi Girls 11. Prince – Lady Cab Driver 12. George Kranz – Din Daa Daa 13. Troubleman – Strike Hard 14. Hardsoul feat. New Cool Collective – Sweatshop 15. Danny Marquez & Ferry B – Afrocatalans 16. James Brown – Sex Machine (Readymade Jazz Defector Mix) 17. The Juju Orchestra feat. Terry Callier – What is Hip (Mo' Horizons) 18. A Skillz vs. Beatvandals – Beat Don’t Stop 19. Doug E. Fresh – The Original Human Beat Box 20. Bent – Always (Nightmares on Wax Mix) 21. De la Soul – Me, Myself, and I 22. Hole in the Wall Gang – Brown Soul 23. The Marvels – Rocksteady 24. Bombs - Under mi Sensi 25. Farid - Sunday Paper


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Wednesday, February 21, 2007

get away straight

listening to: rock n roll- velvet underground

Hi Brittany!

A good site that has slipped my mind of late, due to my hard drive dying on me a few months ago and me losing all my bookmarks, is
Are You Generic?. Good stuff there about street art including a whole community section dedicated to cataloging as best they can different street art seen in cities around the world. Although it is nowhere near all-encompassing, it does a good job of showcasing what this world has to offer in terms of real creative street art that is not bound by the limitations that 'big brother' sets for us free-thinkers. Good culture jamming, check it out.

Nice mix by Jeansbjörn and DJ Yxa thanks to Discobelle. Hott.
Listen to it here!

This junt has:

Young Jeezy ft R Kelly – Go Getta (Michael Watts Remix)
Fat Joe – Make It Rain Remix
Chamillionaire – Let Em Know
Yo Gotti & 8ball – Walkin In Memphis (Jeansie Fix)
Mapei – Belly Remix
Rich Boy – Throw Some Dees (Jeansbjörn Remix)
Nappy Roots – Aw Naw (Jeansie Fix)
JoJo – Anything
Pugh Rogefeldt – Stockholm (Fisken Re-edit)
2 Live Crew – Party (Joey Honey Remix)
Ciara – Bang It Up
Thunderheist – Horny
Assassin – Discontinue
Skullman – High Powa Rifle
Vybz Kartel – Battlefield
Juvelen – Hanna (Jeansie 4 Hanna Fahl Fix)
DJ Mehdi – Signatune (Thomas Bangalter Edit)
Daft Punk – Digital Love (Red Foxx Remix)
Rod Lee – Get Pumped
Jeansbjorn – Rossdust
DJ Excel & KP & Envyi – Brooklyn Swing My Way (Jeansie Fix)
Kid Sister – Pro Nails
Svante Thuresson – Jag Vill Ha All Din Kärlek (DJ Yxa & Jeansbjörn Demo Remix)


This is such a good idea, I hope that it will catch on. Goodsearch is basically a search engine with a good intention. This is pretty much what I use from now on, and all of my searches benefit the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA/SPCA) This is from their site:
GoodSearch is a search engine which donates 50-percent of its revenue to the charities and schools designated by its users. It's a simple and compelling concept. You use GoodSearch exactly as you would any other search engine. Because it’s powered by Yahoo!, you get proven search results. The money GoodSearch donates to your cause comes from its advertisers — the users and the organizations do not spend a dime!

So I'm writing for CrownDozen now. I'm pretty stoked about it because I go there all the time to find out what all the cool shit is about and what's up. Just like they say, it's all of the cream and none of the crop. You're not part of the in-crowd unless you go there, but don't blow the spot up or else it'll be like that cool band you used to dig but then everyone and their little brother found out about them and they ended up on MTV and then eventually you see some dude on All My Children wearing their band shirt. Yeah, screw that. Everyday I'm hustlin'...


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Monday, February 19, 2007

born 200 years too late and 200 years too soon

i can hear: the folk singer- johnny cash

Waxidermy is an awesome site and I have only scratched the surface of it. Basically it's a huge archive of records that are categorized by genre. It also provides decent sized scans of the album covers and art work sometimes. The coolest thing about it is that it's got tracks from most of the records for you to hear and/or download. I have found this to be a great wealth of information as far as obscure records go. It's most definitely worth checking out and bookmarking. Here are some cool album covers I found on there, and believe me, there's more where this came from!
Happiendo (I'm trying to find this album any way I can!)


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Saturday, February 17, 2007

here come the waves

right now i hear: foggy notion- the velvet underground

I heard that there is a girl who has had the hiccups for something like 3 weeks now. Weird.

This sounds like it's shaping up to be a pretty good mix right here. You know it's gotta be worth something when a mix starts out with a sample from The Sound Of Music. Listen to the Broken Hooker DJs latest mix that I found thanks to Slutty Fringe. Here's the tracklisting:

1.Surkin - Plastic

2.DJ Mehdi - Leave It Alone

3.Like Woah - Oh I like (Hookers Remix)

4.CSS - Music Is My Hot Hot Sex (Hookers Edit)

5.Bell X1 - Flame

6.Blur - Death Of A Party

David’s Message

7.DDamage - Ink 808 (Krazy Baldhead Remix)

8.LCD Soundsystem - Sound Of Silver

9.Surkin - Play Do

10.Thieves Like Us - Drugs In My Body

11.Betty Bottox - Is It Sex ‘Yer After

12.The Rapture - The Devil

13.Vivien Vee - Wanna Feel

14.Glitch - Jason Rocktron

15.KIM - By The Time (Bagraiders/Hookers)

16.The Boggs - Arm In Arm (Hot Chip Remix)

17.Rob Hubbard - Commando

18.Does It Offend You, Yeah? - Weird Science

19.Yuksek - Composer (Surkin Remix)

20.The Chemical Brothers - Nude Night

21.New Young Pony Club - Gotta Get Into You

22.Dorp - Extreme (Kissy Sell Out Remix)

23.The Teenagers - Homecoming (Shadow Dancer/Sluttt Remix)

24.The Drifters - Save The Last Dance


Just saw this graffiti video called The Art of Storytelling. Very good stuff. Great music, great footage of painting freights and all around bombing. A must see for sure! Remember kids, graffiti is illegal, it's bad and most of all it's evil! It will take you down a path of non-righteousness and creativity. So stay away!


Ever heard of Buried At Sea? They are a band and they play stoner/doom/sludge, at least that's the best way I can describe it. They are slower than Eyehategod (one of my favorite bands) but faster than Otesanek and Sunn0))). If I've completely lost you then you need to do some research. No, I'm kidding, but you really should check them all out.

This is Buried At Sea's Aquanaut. Great stuff.

I dig show posters and album/band artwork, so I am posting some stuff I like from these bands. Perhaps it will be inspiration or just eye candy.



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Wednesday, February 14, 2007

i'll proceed with caution from now on

I can hear: Blackstrobe- Italian Fireflies

Currently I'm working on an ethnographic project for an anthropology class and I have decided to do it on a subject and sub-culture I've always found fascinating: Hobos and riding the rails. I found a wealth of information on PBS's website dealing with a documentary in their American Experience series aptly entitle Riding The Rails. I hope to see this someday as I find it absolutely necessary viewing for me. Check it out here and be sure to check out the stories that actual hobos tell in their own words. It must be simply amazing listening to a real hobo wax nostalgic about those days. Wow. Is there anything more free than riding the rails? Here is one story that I found really neat:
Battling the Bulls
Weaver Dial of Seattle, Washington's first ride in 1929 took the 12-year-old over the Cascade Mountains. He left Seattle with his friend, Emmy, at 11 o'clock one night; they reached the Auburn yards at 2 a.m. and began the eight-hour haul over the mountains shortly afterwards.

"In San Francisco, we rode the back of a passenger train right into the depot. We'd just stepped off the coal tender, when we heard a voice, 'Stop, or I'll shoot!'

"Two railroad bulls hauled my partner, and I into a sub-station, and went through our wallets. After some lengthy questioning, they fined us $10. We only had three bucks between the two of us. They told us to get the hell out of there!

"We thought the San Francisco bulls were shakedown artists, until we hopped a freight out of Cheyenne, Wyoming. As the train began to crawl out of the yards, we took note that 'bos were scrambling off the boxcars. A railroad bull was walking down the top of the boxcars, checking for passengers hiding between the cars. Another bull was on the right side, and one more covering the left. Nobody rode that one out of Cheyenne.

"A gloom set over the would-be riders, until some jungle professor got the word out that you could catch the next train nine miles up the road. The grade was steep and the train had to slow down at a bridge. All began the trek up the nine-mile hill. Some had large packs on their backs, with sleeping gear and cooking pots. A farmer let us drink our fill of water at his well, and we made the rendezvous at the bridge.

"Several hours went by. I passed the time doing some cartooning in charcoal under the bridge. 'Here she comes!' somebody yelled.

"All hands scrambled for a boarding position along the tracks. Uneasiness set in when we spotted the engine had a helper. Two engines! She roared past us in a cloud of dust, and nobody was fool enough to grab for the iron ladders. A fireman waved from the engine cab, and showed us a mouthful of teeth, giving us the old Wyoming horse laugh.

"Some of the 'bos threw rocks at the jeering comedian. I saved my energy for the nine-mile walk back downgrade to the Cheyenne railroad yards.

"Under cover of darkness, a bunch of determined riders finally got aboard a train. We rode her out for several hours, before we pulled up to a stop in a small town in Nebraska. Once again, the three railroad bulls appeared. One walking down the top, pistol in one hand, a flashlight in the other. Two others covered the right and left of the train.

"They rounded us up at gun point and herded us into a small railway station. Once inside, we were lined up and told to take off all our clothes. As one bull stood guard, the other two meticulously went through our pockets, the brims of our caps, even detailing our shoes and fingering our belts. They made the rules: 'You can't ride the Union Pacific without paying. All of you with money will be allowed to keep one half, the rest will go to pay for your fare.'

"Four bucks was my entire bankroll. I was given a $2.00 ticket on the first passenger train that stopped. A hard-working bindle stiff, who'd been following the harvest had $80 on him, which he planned on taking home to his family. His boxcar fare was $40, which they sacked. It was a heartless thing to do, with no concern for his labors whatsoever. My feelings for railroad bulls were never lower."


I've kind of always known about The Melvins but I guess I slept on them for too long. Anyway, I love them and think they are great damn band, they've been around for a second too. I'm compelled to post this song because it rocks but it's also got a sensitive and, dare I say, emotional feel to it. When I hear it I think of days gone by, or something like that, perhaps reflecting on times past, the times during that summer when you hung out with that girl and things were just so fucking good and carefree. My friend does not feel the same about The Melvins as I do, which came as a shock to me. To tell you the truth, I don't think she's heard enough of them! =] Besides being a solid band they've always had great album art and posters, etc. So, without further adu, I present to you the wonderful sounds of Skin Horse (click it to listen!)


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Monday, February 12, 2007

act like you know me when you see me walkin' down the street

i'm hearing: The Blue- Acid Bath

I would like to have been able to write in this blog daily and all but I was stopped by the long arm of the law the other night. That took a while. I just happened upon this keen blog called Cuntlickers Radio. You should most definitely check them out, like, right after you finish reading this, ya dig? I'm really digging their latest posted mix, it's called Cuntlickers Radio Issue no. 10. Listen to it here
The second track by Blackstrope is so good, as is the entire set, but I've always had an affinity for that one track.


This website is a total gem! It's the American Indians of the Pacific Northwest Collection of the University of Washington's Libraries. Tihs is from the site
We can learn from the images and writings of the time...This site provides an extensive digital collection of original photographs and documents about the Northwest Coast and Plateau Indian cultures, complemented by essays written by anthropologists, historians, and teachers about both particular tribes and cross-cultural topics. These cultures have occupied, and in some cases still live in parts of Alaska, British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Montana. Maps are available that show traditional territories or reservation boundaries.
So, remember when we gave the Native Americans diseased blankets? Remember the Trail of Tears? Wow, makes you proud to be an American doesn't it? Anyway, this site has a wealth of information and great photographs!


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Friday, February 09, 2007

I danced myself into the tomb, is it strange to dance so soon?

listening to: Cosmic Dancer by Agents of Oblivion (T.Rex cover) This cover has an ethereal and hauntingly beautiful feel to it, it's quite moving.

Fox news (if you want to even call it news) irks the shit out of me, and here's why. By the way, before I begin on my tirade I will make it quite clear that I have every intention of using this blog as a soapbox, it's such a good medium. Do I lean a certain way? Yer goddamn right I do! So, in no uncertain terms I'll explain why I have this view, which happens to have been proven true on countless accounts. Don't wanna read this? Just obtain a copy of the documentary Outfoxed: Rupert Murdoch's War on Journalism and watch it. Before you do that, prepare yourself to become angered, I'm warning you. It's an injustice and it's something that I call news-crime. It's an organized news-crime syndicate. That's what they are. One of my favorite things is their slogan "We report. You decide". Not only is it a crime against real journalism but saying that basically gives them the green light to bull shit completely, because after all, they're just reporting. Incredible. Another great tag line is "Fair and Balanced". Haha! Gimme a break, they must think that the public is just a bunch of fuck-tards, lemmings, if you will. True, every news source or organization may, from time to time, have a tinge of bias somehow somewhere, but that's because we are human and we err. Even then, however, there should be little room for error and biases. I did a little digging, and I mean a little because I didn't really have to even get off my ass to this, thanks to the internet. I went to Google and searched for Fox quotes and up came results aplenty. Check this article out, it's called FOX News doctors AP reports to mimic White House terminology. It's interesting how Fox news began referring to "suicide bombings" as "homicide bombings" after then-White House press secretary Ari Fleischer began referring to suicide bombings as homicide bombings. It's a third arm of the government apparently. That's just one little example however. Another personality that Fox loves to use is an excuse for a man that I can only describe as a 'flagrant asshole', Bill O'Reilly. He's like the conservative-prick uncle who's all too proud to be an American who drives a Ford truck or sport utility vehicle with a bumper sticker that says Charlton Heston is MY president. Nice, I just went to O'Reilly's Official Home on the Web (his website) and the current question for his poll is "Is eight years old too young for a public school student to hear about homosexuality?" With the two possible choices given being a yes or no, I was quite surprised that the "Kids shouldn't be told about that anti-Christian filth ever" option was not there. I guess there would be no point in taking that poll if that third option were present though. It's time for me to get back to work now.



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Thursday, February 08, 2007

she spilt wine and I laughed

currently listening to: white light/white heat- velvet underground (but you knew that, I hope...)

Yeah, haven't been looking for much stuff recently and all, but I'll try to find something cool here to share. Hopping a boxcar right about now would be pretty fun. Although I would have to have the bare necessities, like food and water and warmth. It's winter son, what you know 'bout winter? I know all about winter. You should listen to the song Cross Eyed Mary by Jethro Tull because it's just that good. After you do that you should then turn around and listen to Clutch's cover of the song in question. I guarantee you will be pleasantly surprised because it's more of a homage to the song than anything else.


Just thought I'd put this song up because it's a pretty song with a hint of morosity that we have come to expect from the Pumpkins. Sometimes a song just speaks to you, so thought I'd share it. Listen to Believe by the Smashing Pumpkins and read the lyrics as well.

Close your eyes
Until the sunlight dies
In your head a thousand stars
Through the darkness you can see a light

And if they steal your life
Your heart is still mine

I want to believe in you and I heard you
Your song, you sing, a truth, there's no other
I want to believe in you, dear

On Sunday...

There's a life I hide
Well I tried to disguise
And I can take you a million miles away

I want to believe in you and I heard you
Your song, you sing, a truth is no other
I want to believe in you, dear

On Sunday I made amends
Of all my mistakes
May God speed be with you

and I...
I want to believe in you and I heard you
Your song, you sing, a truth, there's no other
I want to believe in you and I heard you
Your song, you sing, a truth, there's no other
I want to believe in you and I heard you
Your song, you sing, a truth, a lover
I want to believe in you and I heard you
Your song, you sing, a truth, there's no other
I want to believe in you, dear
On Sunday
On Sunday I made amends
For all my mistakes
May God speed be with you


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Wednesday, February 07, 2007

what'choo know about dat?

I'm bumpin' this DTL Resonance FM mix found on Flamin Hotz Listen to it here! Make sure you turn up the bass too!

I was talking with my cousin a few days ago and he told me this story about how he visited this sleazy motel where his friend was staying the night, apparently to get away from his girlfriend, or something like that. He says that it was basically a shit hole that you had to pay to sleep in. I was hoping he had taken some pictures of it and of course he came through and did. We always bring our cameras with us where ever we go, at least we try to, so that we can capture things just like what I am about to show you. Basically I guess this is what is to be expected when you pay $30 a night to stay somewhere. Wow.

That's the bathroom. They have clean towels.

That's the carpet.

This is more of the carpet. I wouldn't have even set my belongings on it.

What the HELL is that???

Hey ladies, my cousin Ben is single and he's dreamy! Check his myspace out here, he's very eligible and likes long walks on the beach with someone special. He likes to curl up on rainy days and talk about his feelings while listening to Tears For Fears, a lot like me. Oh yeah, his AIM screen name is ImASpudBoy.


I'm not really sure what's up with the site's layout design these days but I guess it's either temporary or they are going for something so postmodern and avant garde that it's completely minimalistic like, say, something one would do if they were using Microsoft Notepad...Anywhoo, check out North Bank Fred. There are plenty of great train-hopping, hobo and urban exploration stories, articles and photographs. It's very cool 'cos there's nothing more exhilarating than hopping a freight. It's total freedom! Well, I actually wouldn't know first hand, but from what my one friend has told me and from the stories I've read, I can say that I have done it, be it vicariously anyway. One day I will though. Mark my words. My friend and I already discussed this and one day it will has to!


This is my friend Joy. She'll kick your ass. This is her myspace.

hobo children will kill you and eat you


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Tuesday, February 06, 2007

it took the night to believe

I'm bumpin': KIM- wet n wild (riot in Belgium remix)

Didn't get to post up yesterday because the source of my internet connection was nowhere to be found, if yuh get my drift. Found some good stuff though. A friend of mine and I went benching today (I figure I'd drop some terminology for all those cats in the know) and didn't catch nearly as many freights as we wanted but still had a good time. Winter is awesome and all but if it's not going to snow then it might as well be summer damn it! I was pretty bundled up by my partner in crime was wearing some cloth slip-on shoes and no socks but she braved the cold for like an hour which is mad devotion to them trains! Speaking of trains, below are five of the best streaks I've seen. When I say best I mean funniest/silliest/weirdest/random-est. I know all about the legends Bozo Texino and Collossus of Roads, Solemnly Sailing, etc. What'choo know about dat? I know all about dat! So, without further adu here they are:


Check out this new rendition of Kiss, Kiss, Kiss originally by Yoko Ono remixed by Peaches. It's a real banger! Listen to Kiss, Kiss, Kiss


Another gem in it's original version of course but also a re-tooled gem is The Clapping Song by Shirley Ellis. This one was remixed by Player One and found thanks to Dilated Choonz
Listen to it!

Don't forget, these films are out on DVD release special editions!


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