Tuesday, January 06, 2009

It List: Tuesday


Off With Their Heads/Baconator/Negaduck/Over Stars And Gutters (1919 Hemphill): Off With Their Heads and Over Stars And Gutters (Damn these long names) are the two touring acts, and they are almost indistinguishable from one another. The opening samples on their respective Myspace pages sounded like they had the exact same stock melodic punk riff. I just can't handle that, and I usually escape out of the page before the vocals even start. Anyways, the two locals are both much better; Negaduck has a very teenage-sounding vocalist, and that's not an insult since blind hardcore rage sounds more believable the younger you are, unless you're Negative Approach. And finally, I'm willing to admit that Baconator might have some of the same issues I brought up with the touring acts if I were to hear a recording, but they were great live.

Disqo Disco (Fallout Lounge): Tonight's guests are Blake Ward and Van Damme.

22 Comments:

Anonymous yeahdef said...

90s night every tuesday @ haileys.
new layout @ yeahdef.com

5:49 PM  
Anonymous yeahdef said...

also new years eve pics are up there from ben shawver + stephieyaknow - lots of awesome pics of DMG$ / Vega / Gazelles

5:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

god I fucking hate yeahdef and fungi girls

6:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

yep. we all do...

7:26 PM  
Anonymous stonedranger said...

sorry guys.... we'll have that mount righteous Q and A up for you in no time!

7:51 PM  
Anonymous yeahdef said...

if someone aint hatin im not doing it right

8:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

yeahdef, dude, you're white.

8:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

also, no one really goes to 90s night

8:45 PM  
Anonymous fungi girls said...

we hate ourselves, too

9:34 PM  
Anonymous violent qbert x OG kush said...

i hate cottage cheese pussy

11:43 PM  
Anonymous females said...

a lot of people go to 90's night... blind ass.

3:10 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

15 people go to 90s night

5:57 AM  
Anonymous chickenbilly said...

this blog is great!

7:27 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm not in anyway giving my opinion on Yeahdef or Females, but I will say when I look at those pics its usually the same 15 people all over and over again. Now is it possible that there are other people there who don't get their pictures taken? Yes. I think its more interesting that people can be conidered regulars at a weekly dance party. That is humorous to me.

8:31 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love all the shit talking that goes on in the comments. Hours of entertainment.

11:36 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

6:31 same thing happens at dans silver queef. Same people over and over.

2:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

yep, that place is a clique shithole full of gross 30 something has beens who still think they have time to be rock stars before they get too old. fuck the dan's scene

3:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i have some good news that i want to share with you all. we're all going to die one day!

3:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

yep. i believe it's called the 'dan paul syndrome'............

5:00 PM  
Anonymous sally field said...

"I've got this one body, and this one life... so i'm gonna go smoke crack with a one-legged transvestite and see if I can't change that dynamic."

7:18 PM  
Anonymous Gone is the decade of whiny upper class kids who pay their way into the music scene (because nobody else can afford it any longer). People feel and know that middle and working class have been pushed down by the super rich over the past decade, and now the dream of the rising working class rock'n'roll band has been lost...maybe forever.(Remember, mostly, these images were marketing campaigns to sell a "product" to us. "These guys are like you, now go buy it." We were never into buying music that reminds us of our neighbors...why? Because we hate them as much as they hate us.) Now is the time for a new underground to emerge. NOW! We want music which is exciting, thrilling, passionate, dangerous and unpredictable. The minds of the new generation are open and ready for change. It won't happen in one day, but the door is open and it will stay open... for a while.Those who sit back, those who are passive and expect corporations to deliver everything to them, will be left behind. The new listener is active, is searching the internet for new music, the new listener is questioning any written information about music (yes, you, you journalists who have become the little finger of the corporates. You lost your integrity, once lost, no way to get it back...that's part of the game.), the new listener is making up his/her own mind, creating his/her own taste. The new listener is thinking, because knowledge and ideas are gold in this era. said...

alec empire

4:06 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

way to say a whole lot of nothing

5:22 PM  

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