searching for Namara
Monday, December 6, 2010
11:20PM - pssst..
you know what i'm capable of. you know what we could accomplish. you know.....you know...hahahaha.
life is a lot shorter than i thought it was. and "days" mean way more than "years"
Friday, November 19, 2010
11:04PM - happening friday night!!!!
Friday, October 8, 2010
12:04PM - Mr Indiana Clement
Friday, July 9, 2010
Monday, May 31, 2010
Tonight! Metal Mondays @ Jambalaya! DJ's Paul Maul, Jim Jones and nHate will be battling it out! more metal than your mama's kettle!!!!! starts @9:30. $1-door, $2-PBR tall boys.
(black metal, rock, death, kvlt, grind, thrash, noise, goth, hardcore, drone, sludge, stoner, doom and much much more!)
Monday, April 5, 2010
Monday, March 8, 2010
Saturday, February 20, 2010
5:32PM - a quick sophia visit
5:19PM - shattered skull mondays
Tuesday, February 2, 2010
its hard to go to sleep when i know how bad waking up will feel......typing isnt much of a talent, but i just got super stoked that i could write this in the dark....HAHA! oh the things that make me think.
"conundrum"= super funny story. i'll tell ya in person.
Sunday, January 24, 2010
actually semi cute girl-"hey, you seem to be pretty into this.."
me-"well, they play well, and they are my friends, and how often do you get to watch 'blackmetal' in Arcata?"
her-"lets get into it! let 'slam dance!'"
me-"uuuuuuhhh....i dont know about that....."
her-"everyone here looks like they're from Metalocalypse, i bet i can get everyone goin!"
and i run to the bathroom.
Saturday, January 23, 2010
Wednesday, January 20, 2010
Tuesday, January 19, 2010
Sunday, January 17, 2010
Manson [Charles, not Marilyn] once said to us, "there are only two ways to get to the cross...you get dragged...or you go along."
my recording with mike bjella and GOG-
GOG - Mist From the Random More - CD - Utech Records - 2009
review by: Roberto Martinelli
What all great ambient albums have in common is that they are still music — despite being more atmospheric noise than proper, progressive compositions, they still have an element of musicians playing instruments.
This aspect is the cornerstone of what makes Gog’s Mist From the Random More one of the best black ambient recordings ever. Not creepy, synthesized MIDI programmings or edited sound samples, but miked-up, organic instruments played in time with each other. It is precisely the quality of the recording, the clarity, the very way it feels organic to the point of drawing breath, that makes this album so compelling.
But calling Mist From the Random More "ambient" might be misleading. There are definite chord progressions and lumbering grooves throughout much of the album’s 3-track, 39-minute length, but you might not notice so much because of the wall-of-sound / electronic noise that accompanies the metered elements.
Then again, calling Mist From the Random More "black" might be misleading as well. At first, we pegged this project as ambient black metal, but too much of the compositional aspect of Gog says that’s a poor categorization.
What you will get on this 3-track, near-40-minute album is a spectrum of sounds from a dark, electric orchestra tuning up, to the grooving, psychedelic swaths of a trio of musicians playing in the same room, off each other and off the air that each’s instruments push in physical space from the interaction, all covered in a shimmering, om-like dissonance. An exquisitely powerful and uncommon album that is in its own right a triumph of sound. (8.9/10)
Thursday, January 7, 2010
8:10PM - Madonna vs Carcass
i dont normally post other peoples youtube videos, but this one is too goood..
3:06PM - Dogtown
i went and skated the new eureka skatepark today. it rules so hard. and i went with two 37 year old dudes who are used to skating portland's "burnside" so they'd yell at the little kids a lot and had mandatory every 30 minute breaks for Coors and bong rips. haha, skateboarding has never been so fun. i feel 15 again.
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