I agree. Thanks for this list! ...Eraas is a gem. Saw them live. The singer is a busy guy. I think they could make a better three piece. Give him some slack. Nonetheless, I see a great future ahead for them.
amend we need our rights our forfathers
I got a few photos of Icewater on that rooftop in the photo, e.g., http://www.flickr.com/photos/jessejessejessephotos/7196558566/in/set-72157629725565116
Don't forget about the time Stedman boxed against that NYPress guy, that was hilarious…
Woah, had seen this already but did not catch the walk to the elevator! I like him a lot. For trash-talking Morrissey for one but his music is great and he has the chops to back up whatever avatar he uses.
I like! I only know The Knife from Heartbeat, which I loved, and I didn't get too into the album. She does a Kim Gordon-esque talk-singing here. If you like the steady minimal-techno beat you might also like "Diamond Girl" by Beatamines
Over-weight people aren't attractive and they should go on diets and stop over-eating and doing things that make then over-weight.
Time was when this could have been a spontaneous event that did not involve a financial transaction......
It might be mean, but it's generally true. I'm sure she just meant there weren't any morbidly obese people there. Curves are nice. I wouldn't want a party full of waifs.
"To my pleasant surprise, that wasn't the case. Plus, all the guests were incredibly attractive. I guess this is where sending in your headshot helps. There was not a single overweight person there."
Right. I guess it needs to be said again. It really isn't cool to say that overweight people are not attractive. Just makes you sound like an awfully narrow-minded person. And it's mean.
RAM RANCH epic is going to be awesome ...!
I'd like to try these seasonal great cocktails. If given a chance :)
Frozen cocktail machines hire
girls. black people. lena dunham. one of these things is not like the other. um yea: http://ryanmega.wordpress.com/2013/01/22/t…
the only problem with "connie" is that he looks way too much like that faris dope from the horrors. maybe brad should invest in a new wig?
Personally, I can't wait for the next update. I so resonate with
"I'm so innately anti-authority, I have a hard time even following a recipe". And I totally agree with "For me, sex is best when it revolves around non-verbal social clues. I like the art and the mystery of reading body language. Someone touches my arm, someone looks me in the eye from across the room — do they want to fuck me? For me, the thrill of interpreting subtext is as powerful as the act of sex itself. The uncertainty of looks and whispers excites me as much as physical foreplay." Really well said. I have never been able to put my finger on why sex clubs often leave me cold - as I am a pretty uninhibited, sex-positive kind of gal- but I think you've given me great insight. I'm not interested in sex for sex sake - I want chemistry and intrigue and some personal connection. But very curious how the next play parties turn out!
it sounds like you are the wrong pussycat to be covering this gig. too shy, too full of fears. you have to be open to all senses, completely uninhibited, and if fear rules your heart, then willing to cast it by the way side and surrender all senses and your mind and body to pleasure. ecstasy comes, but only to those who leap into the unknown.
slow the hot-wax kisses her gardenia womb. tumblr.marcoaurelio
Hahahaha...I need some cool
Great recap of 2012! Wanted to call out the 5th Year for Brooklyn Studio Tours for 2013. It ran the Bay Ridge tour last year and are currently focusing on the 9th running artwalk in Red Hook & Carroll Gardens June 1 & 2, 2013. More info can be found on http://brooklynstudiotours.com
We would love to cross promote the other tours happening this year as well! Hoping all are smashing successes!
Alvino you are right but what should we do to avoid Samsung or Monkeys?
I need just perfect cooling:
I was at the Breeders show. It was completely awesome. There was no ghoulishness to speak of. It was really fascinating and fun to see how that complex, weird long-player all fits together. Pedals, tiny amps, different guitars, gigantic Hawaiian wind chimes, violin, distorted harmonica microphone. It was rad. The Breeders are a breath of fresh air in these culturally toxic times, whether they're playing new stuff or old.
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