Alex on January 17 2014
As the native NYCers know the weather recently has been pretty bleak. Endless days of rain and grey walls. Today things are looking up - the sun has graced us with it's presence. However one thing really stood out to me during the rainy days - possibly because my commute has changed and I transfer in midtown now. Mother fucking business men in their long over coats protecting their shitty suits swinging their umbrellas like golf clubs. This is a thing -- people do this on the platform waiting for the train. I cant think of a worse douche bag beacon. Are you really sharpening up your golf driving skills for your next round of 18 on NYC's illustrious golf courses? On the train platform? With a soaking wet umbrella that shoots little dirty water particles everywhere whilst you swing it in all your douche-ly glory? I'll see ya on the green, Tiger.
alex on March 31 2009
I had the most fucked up dream last night about genetically engineered hawk aliens blowing up new york city, i could feel the waves of heat against my skin, it was fucked. I caught one of the aliens disguised as a human and i punched him in the face a bunch of times cause they killed my dog and family. serves him right.
Alex on October 31 2015
Rrset playing off that Bear in Heaven steez. I'm curious to hear their upcoming EP Tokyo Honeymoon -- their first album left a lot to be desired. In other news: Happy Halloween left as weeners. See what I did there? Everyone be careful tonight, don't end up like I did in college - dressed as Veruca Salt from Willy Wonka (blueberry bloated of course) stabbed by a testosterone fueled Army Ranger. Halloween is serious business, guys.
alex on December 26 2012
Happy holidays listeners. Here's to hoping you got that Red Ryder BB gun you wished for.
This band has better songs but like most bands who don't have a clue how to market themselves I cant download the tracks until their album is out. And when their album does come out I wont pay for it intentionally. Bands - don't release your music until you're ready to sell it. You're in no way creating a "buzz" around your band by teasing people with your tunes, you're simply making bad choices which lead to inevitable monetary losses. It's like showing someone a delicious dinner then saying you cant eat it until next month when it's gone stale.