Friday, October 24, 2008
Storm Davis & Dox wave the Poorly Drawn People flag for the first time in Maine, and ably standing in for the otherwise-occupied Reason will be Labeless Illtelligence's Esh The Monolith. PDP in a whole new incarnation in a whole new location. Brave the cold and check it out.
PDP affiliate Prolyphic (Strange Famous Records) will be making the trek as well, and we send the largest props available to old pal Brzowski for inviting us up in the first place.
Thursday, October 16, 2008
The blogosphere / the blogosphere / the blogosphere is on FIYAH.
Okay, that didn't work.
Soon-to-be-reknowned Providence blogger Penny Earned had some good words to say about Storm Davis & PDP recently in her snarky & acidic reading romp, Oh The Douchebaggery:
Washington St. is the new Crenshaw Blvd.
and it's in full swing.
Peep the Pharcyde reference? That's 'cause I have been kickin' it nineties style lately. Oh my, am I excited. I caught these d.j.'s spinning at my new favorite local haunt, the aforementioned Local 121 and I was in high school again. Mad props to the Poorly Drawn People crew...and I don't just throw out props indiscriminately. Props is precious, son.
So, these guys were playing some of my favorites and because god is awesome they were also handing out free c.d.'s---my copy quickly found it's way into the black hole underneath my car seat, only to be found one glorious day as I was looking for my bic. And, EUREKA! Three weeks later it's still in heavy rotation.
Finally, a Rhode Island act that doesn't suck...and hasn't yet relocated to Brooklyn.
Seriously. Check them out at SoundSessions.
I'll be the one attempting to pop-lock like only a white girl can.
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Peep the original article and take a look around here.
And I can pretty much guarantee that there is no fucking way in fucking hell that we will be moving to fucking Brooklyn anytime soon. And I put that on God.
Wednesday, October 8, 2008
Since we were unable to put together a proper Obama fundraiser in time, we figured the next best thing was to pass around a cup asking drunk hipsters for dollar bills (apologies to any coke dealers we put out of work) and let them take pictures with a lifesize cardboard cut-out of Barry himself.