Sunday, August 24, 2008

Justice: The Movie?

Or so it seems. So word on the street is that the Ed Banger boys are making a feature presentation, with [and I quote] "Naked girls & a dude that sounds like the cowboy from The Big Lebowski".
I dunno, sounds somewhat legit, I guess. No?. Maybe better than The Crusade, Pt. 1 [which apparently has a Pt. 2 in the works]
A screening of the trailer has already been held in Manchester, but we're probably going to wait a teeny bit longer to get some good stuff from Pedro & Co.
If anything, it might turn out like Para One's Hooligan Disco, which came out a while back. An epic tale of backstage debauchery and tour bus/car/moped chronicles. I really liked that Hooligan Disco skit, it had a little bit of everything: Surkin "being dramatic", Patrice and his truly impressive collection of SW*R shoes, Orgasmic cutting the finger of Guns'n'Bomb's Johnny Love off & everything else you'd imagine on a cross-country club hopping tour. I mean really,I live for this kind of [raw] footage.
The episode is a solid 45 minutes long:

Being a truthful account of Para One, Surkin, Curses! and Orgasmic's journey through North America, in search of endless skies and perfect parties. Chicago, New York, Orlando, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Toronto, Montreal, Calgary, Vancouver, Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Riverside. Three weeks.

Thursday, August 21, 2008


The RIAA: "Always Cramping Up My Style".

Monday, August 11, 2008

It's Those Little Things

My greatest source of inspiration are my friends. It's cause they're all so damn wicked. Seriously. Every single one of them. And when they come up with incredibly cool ideas, It makes me want to keep up with the pace, ha! in a way. You'll never be cooler than your friends, and if you are admitting to being so, check yourself you're an asshole.

My friend Hemaly runs a blog where she cites some of the latest happenings in indie culture. From Colette, to French Flicks, to Nightlife Photography, to Louis Garrell and everything in between. It's by far one of my favorite blogs on the web, because there are so few dedicated to simply alternative stuff [because really, most blogs nowadays come with the stigma of being a fashion blog, if not a music one]. Although I'm mostly stuck in what's new on Hypem, City Slick is where I go to get my indie fix, after all, that is how I discovered Les Chansons d'Amour, among other things.

Inspiration is like gas, it keeps things running. Fortunately, it doesn't have a price tag. That being said, some people may abuse of it [plagiarism], others don't do shit with it [apathetic know-it-alls], but we all have it. At some point. Some of us keep it for long, and make great use of it. I do hope that's most of us.

"I feel the need to put up a track, since I've been slacking lately".
- Soulk!d

Lykke Li - Everybody But Me [diskJokke Remix]