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May. 23rd, 2006 @ 09:44 pm
shashajessica
The Yellow Stereo, A Music Blog.

It's great, I tell you.

Apr. 3rd, 2006 @ 02:59 pm
shashajessica
I am amused:

http://bandmadness.net/

Mar. 24th, 2006 @ 07:36 am
shashajessica
I know this is an old video, but wow. Craig Nicholls is absolutely insane. The song is pretty tame until the very end... and then after.

(Windows Media)
Clicky.

Mar. 12th, 2006 @ 03:20 pm
shashajessica
Best Week Ever's 4 Stages of Arctic Monkeys.

Save Woxy Feb. 28th, 2006 @ 07:33 am
shashajessica
(This post has been copied and pasted from lavena138's journal.)

Hey, if you don't know already, Woxy may have to shut down forever if they don't get enough subscriptions by March 6th.

Seriously, folks, we can't let that happen. We almost lost it once (well, we did lose it once), we can't lost it again, for good this time. For $9.95 you can help save one of the last, great, truly independent radio stations in the US. If you can afford it, do it. And hey, if you can swing $500, they'll send you a piece of the famous autograph wall!

This is from Woxy's front page:

In an opinion piece in the Indiana Daily Student, Brian McFillen writes:

Two weeks ago, the best radio station I've ever heard announced that if it cannot find enough subscribers by March 6, it might shut down forever.

WOXY.com is an independent, Internet-based station that plays modern rock like ‘60s FM radio used to play modern rock—like MTV in the ‘80s used to play modern rock. In short, its disc jockeys (not computers) spend every day bursting the boomer-promoted myth that music today doesn’t hold a candle to the “good old days.” I’d hazard a guess that it introduces more new artists in two hours than MTV does in a week (or, would, if it still showed music videos).

But despite offering an exceptional service, WOXY is scrambling for survival, thanks to bandwidth costs and licensing fees. Incredibly, whereas major record labels will go so far as bribe music directors to play their music on terrestrial radio (you’ll see a Sony logo next to payola in the dictionary), they actually charge Internet radio stations to play their music.

Folks, there’s a war on for the very heart of our culture. And you and I are losing—because most people are too distracted, or resigned, or ignorant, or apathetic; or, worst of all, too content with letting someone else call the shots for them.
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» C.N. back in black. (and by "black" i mean "crazy")
Well well well. Look who the cat dragged in.

Hmm.

(I can't actually find the song on the site, so if you do, let me know because I'm just dumb. Thanks.)
» (No Subject)
Poll #650818 Castrati

In a sing-off-to-the-death, who would reach the highest note?

Justin Hawkins
0(0.0%)
Matt Bellamy
3(21.4%)
Jeff Buckley
7(50.0%)
Michael Jackson
1(7.1%)
other
3(21.4%)

Other?


» RIP Alfie, circa 1997-2005.
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» White Stripes Photos
I already posted a big, long entry about this in my journal, so I won't go into all the details, but I saw White Stripes this past Friday and Saturday, the 26th and 27th at the Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis and it was truly amazing. I was way more impressed than I was expecting to me. I just thought I'd share some not very good photos from the shows. Enjoy.

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Some more, crappy ones on my personal journal if anyone is interested.

xxx
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