Monday, October 29, 2007

New Duran Duran Video banned.

In 1981, Duran Duran consisted of Nick Rhodes and Simon Le Bon (rear), and the unrelated Taylors, Roger, Andy, and John (front).

Enjoy the new Half Acre Day again!

Subscribe to Paste Magazine for Whatever you Want to Pay!

Obviously Paste is taking a cue from Radiohead here. Paste is a magazine that features articles on bands and singers like Death Cab For Cutie, Wilco, Norah Jones, Kanye West, and the Flaming Lips etc. Best of all? In each issue you get a free mix CD.
Name your price. Subscribe for $1 or subscribe for $20. Either way you win.
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Google to take on Facebook

You have to see this! Cheerleader mauled by wild football players!

Sunday, October 28, 2007

Kerry Park Photo Shoot with Kylee

Click here for more pictures. All photos were taken by Trent with his Canon Digital Rebel and a 85-200 mm zoom lens.

Classic David Horsey. It's good to know we have one of the best political cartoonists in the nation right here in Seattle.

This is the chair we should be using.


If those sidebars have a remote control and a beer tap I am so in.

Happy Halloween!!

You've been Mooned!!

Listen to the best song out right now. VHS or Beta rule!
VHS or Beta

The song is You Can't Believe A Word
Listen here
Download here

Saturday, October 27, 2007

Friday, October 26, 2007

Flaming Lips get their own alley.

NASA agrees to re-examine files on 1965 UFO incident

I am expecting they will find that Aliens did indeed land in Pennsylvania but left due to boredom.

Thursday, October 25, 2007

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Have they finally figured out who was behind the D.B. Cooper hijacking?

I was really into this story as a kid because another kid close to my age found $5000 of Cooper's money in Vancouver, Wa which is where I lived at the time.
This article is a fascinating read, especially if you have any interest in true crime like I do. I kind of hope he made it, you know?

Seattle is the most stable housing market in the nation

Microsoft beats Google for Facebook stake

Facebook is now officially corporate. Time to find the next social networking service.

Seattle’s Endangered Tavern Tour: A Near-Death Experience

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

iTunes lands Led Zeppelin's complete catalog.

You can get all 13 albums for $99.

Woman stabs tied-up lover to drink blood

She was thirsty. Big deal.

Sunday, October 21, 2007

Friday, October 19, 2007

The 25 Greatest Moments from "The Office". Number 20 is shown below.

Listen to New Half Acre Day Now!!!

I've listened to the album for a couple months now and it is easily their best effort and musically more in tune to the first record. I'll post more thoughts as we get closer to the album release party on the first of November.

Falling Into Fall 2007 Track List

You Made Me Like It 1990s Cookies
Berlin Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Baby 81
Radio Nowhere Bruce Springsteen Magic
The Underdog Spoon Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga (Bonus Track Version)
Love In the Harbour The Bees Octopus
Amsterdam Peter Bjorn and John Writer's Block
Lake Michigan Rogue Wave Asleep At Heaven's Gate
Long Before Rock 'N' Roll Mando Diao Ode To Ochrasy
All My Friends Franz Ferdinand LCD Soundsystem cover
Fake Empire The National Boxer
Shapes Is In A Trance Thurston Moore Trees Outside the Academy
O Katrina! Black Lips Good Bad Not Evil
My Party Kings Of Leon Because Of The Times
Effect & Cause The White Stripes Icky Thump
Either Way Wilco Sky Blue Sky
Four Winds Bright Eyes Cassadaga
My Rights Versus Yours The New Pornographers Challengers
No I In Threesome Interpol Interpol
Kiss Kiss Yeah Yeah Yeahs Is Is
Fluorescent Adolescent Arctic Monkeys Favourite Worst Nightmare
Rearrange Built To Spill Rearrange - Single

Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Frank TV!

Click Frank TV impressions.

Thought of the Day

I don't know how much pineapple costs, but it's always worth it.

Raadiohead's In Rainbows is the best reviewed album this year.

Colbert for President!

Sunday, October 14, 2007

Thursday, October 11, 2007

Falling into Fall 2007 is out now!

Some of you on the mailing list will receive a copy in the mail. Others will need to request a copy. This is the best CD out right now.

Copyright KITTS Records

Seattle Weekly recommends the Black Lips tomorrow night. Well worth your $12!

Black Lips, the Spits, the Girls

The Black Lips are officially the greatest young garage band in America. Those of us who prefer our music ragged, dirty and unhinged have depended on the Black Lips for years. Folks like us were amused when the band puked on stage, peed on each other, and whipped their peckers out for guitar solos (it reminded us of Iggy, sorry…) But naysayers were quick to denounce them as gimmicky. No more. Their new record, Good Bad Not Evil finds the band stepping up in a big way. They’ve turned down the volume a touch, but the record still sounds completely untamed. This is vintage stuff; a combination of LSD anthems, greaser rock, flower punk, country-tinged pop, and pop-tinged country, all delivered by a bunch of charmers trying hard to be perceived as bad-boys. But more importantly, they’re trying to do something different. With the Spits and the Girls.

Saturday, October 06, 2007

Halo 3 at church? It must be a joke, right?

Kevin Moloney for The New York Times

I almost fell off my couch when I watched this live. Letterman just GRILLS Paris Hilton.

Listen to the entire new Band of Horses here.

Seattle dates are Nov 19 and 20 at the Showbox.

Thursday, October 04, 2007

30 Rock Premieres Tonight!!! Why aren't you watching this show? It's the funniest show next to The Office.

A review from EW (link in title)


30 Rock

A- - Henry Goldblatt

''This is going to be our year,'' says Jack (Alec Baldwin) to Liz (Tina Fey). Lucky for us, ''our year'' finds Liz sulking in an unneeded wedding dress and Jack developing a new reality hit, MILF Island (''25 superhot moms, 50 eighth graders, no rules''). The bonus: Jerry Seinfeld playing himself, peeved at NBC for splicing old footage of him into its current shows. (SeinfeldVision!) So he threatens to ''buy NBC and turn it into the biggest Lane Bryant in midtown.'' As long as they play 30 Rock in the dressing rooms, Jer, we're in.

Find Showtimes

Lost writers already know what the last shot in the series will be.

Somebody paid $205 for the new Radiohead album

Professors say leave the laptop at home, bring pen and paper.

Wednesday, October 03, 2007

In Latest Poll, Good News for Both Clintons

R.E.M.'s Automatic For the People is 15 years old.

Is this album really fifteen years old? That means I was a freshman in college 15 years ago. Wow. I distinctly remember watching the slow, strobe light heavy, black and white video of a crowd surfer for the song Drive over and over again on the super tiny TV in my Beck Hall dorm room. What a cool song. It's still my belief this is the best R.E.M. album because I come back to it over and over again. As a bonus, John Paul Jones of Led Zeppelin create the string arrangements for five songs. Everyone remembers Man on the Moon and Everybody Hurts, but my favorite song is a very melodic Nightswimming.
Much like they did for the 10th anniversary edition of OK Computer, Stereogum has compiled a tribute album with contributions from some great bands like Rogue Wave, Dr. Dog, and the Shout Out Louds. You can download the album for free at Stereogum's website.

Tuesday, October 02, 2007

Radiohead Asks Fans To Name Price For New Album

New album is available for download next week. Yes, you really can pay what you think it's worth.

Monday, October 01, 2007

Listen to the entire new Bruce Springsteen album here.

Download Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots (live).

Right Click Save Link As and open it in iTunes after it downloads.

Lost Bloopers