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  • Birthday 09/14/1995

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  1. Postcard from promoter FYF with hints for the FYF lineup. Edit: so far we have figured out (L to R) Top: ? Fucked Up King Khan & the Shrines ? ? Hot Snakes Wild Flag The Vaselines James Blake Joyce Manor Cloud Nothings ? HEALTH ? ? ? Future Islands ? American Nightmare Liars Tycho The Field Black Mountain ? Refused ? M83 Sleigh Bells ? Tanlines ? Nick Waterhouse Atlas Sound Bottom: ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Fidlar ? ? ? ?
  2. Had a pretty enjoyable last weekend. Thursday night, headed out to the Troubadour to see Porcelain Raft and Youth Lagoon. Both were absolutely brilliant and I was shocked at how fantastic Youth Lagoon is live. The following morning, I woke up and drove straight to Indio for Coachella for the next three days which was great. It was my third year of Coachella and probably the best. Highlights: - Dead-center rail for WU LYF - Dancing onstage at Machinedrum's set - Grooving at an empty Modeselektor set to close out my weekend. Other notable acts indcluded: Jeff Mangum, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Metronomy, Real Estate, SBTRKT, Oberhofer. The next five gigs I will be attending: Electric Flower @ The Echo 4/21 (leaving now, hopefully don't miss their set) Metronomy/Ben Browning @ El Rey 5/3 Edward Sharpe @ Greek Theater 5/4 Washed Out @ The Fonda 5/5 The Wombats @ El Rey 5/8 Also just copped a pair of Sigur Ros tickets at Hollywood Forever. Very much looking forward to that.
  3. Lotsa good releases as of late. I was too stoked to hear the new Shigeto effort, Lineage recently, this man is truly an inspiration and a total blast live. You can actually see my friend and I in the bottom right hand corner breaking it down ! I always love finding myself in gig videos. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ihc45xqbFoo
  4. Dubstep is not a new genre, it has been thriving (at least in the UK) since 2006. If anyone recommends you Skrillex or any other disposable act along those lines, it is understandable that you do not find it appealing as that is among the worst the genre has to offer. I suggest starting out with Mala or even Coki. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ky5Mt2PLf9E
  5. Some of my earlier work on film. Shot with an Olympus OM-3.
  6. Ugh...I am so jealous of you. Been waiting for Machinedrum to make a non 18+ stop in LA for ages. That SBTRKT w/ Machinedrum tour is passing through San Diego, which I would totally drive there for, but I will be at the first day of Coachella that night. SBTRKT is playing a live set the Saturday of Coachella so I can only hope for a late Machinedrum add or a small club gig around that time. I've seen SBTRKT throw down a DJ set and it was ace, can't wait to see what a live set entails. Oh and New York gets Sepalcure as an opener, too unfair.
  7. I will never forget when Justice's debut † came out and they had SO much hype. That was a fun record, not really feeling the new effort, but I will maybe catch them at a festival or something.
  8. Yeah I feel you. I was too hard on Machinedrum I think, really a wonderful record, although repetitive in my opinion. I loved the Real Estate, but I enjoy the almost shoegaze-y feel of their debut more. Either way, it is nice to see someone on TPR with similar taste, hearing people talk about cheesy dubstep for half of the last year in this thread has killed me. I finally compiled a list of my gigs since the school year started, it has been a fun few months. Ignore the crappy Cali Christmas(worst night of my life.)+Blink-182+Deadmau5 stuff. long stories. FYF Fest @ LA Historic Park Reid Speed, Cyberoptics, and FS @ Crest Theater Deadmau5, Excision @ Hollywood Palladium No Age, John Wiese @ The Smell TV on the Radio, Artic Monkeys, Panda Bear, Smith Westerns, Warpaint @ Hollywood Bowl Star Slinger, Shigeto @ Troubadour Blink 182 @ Hollywood Bowl Portishead @ Shrine Expo Hall Givers @ 987 Studio Givers @ Troubadour Eagle Rock Music Festival @ Eagle Rock Cold War Kids @ Troubadour The Cure @ Beacon Theater Girls @ Music Box Modestep @ Music Box Almost Acoustic Christmas (Night Two) @ Gibson Ampitheater Cali Christmas @ Gibson Ampitheater Electric Flower @ O'Briens Bad Religion, TSOL, Youth Brigade @ Santa Monica Auditorium
  9. My year end list for 2011 (in order): 1) go tell fire to the mountain - wu lyf 2) the year of hibernation - youth lagoon 3) tomboy - panda bear 4) bodysongs - born gold 5) ravedeath, 1972 - tim hecker 6) s/t - sbtrkt 7) 936 - peaking lights 8) s/t - james blake 9) father, son, holy ghost - girls 10) thora vukk - robag wruhme 11) native speaker - braids 12) el camino - black keys 13) in light - givers 14) open season - yawn 15) room(s) - machinedrum 16) days - real estate 17) the english riviera - metronomy 18) s/t - azari & iii 19) ethnic frenzy - niggas with guitars 20) life index - maceo plex 21) we stay together - andy stott 22) space is only noise - nicolas jaar 23) parallax - atlas sound 24) dr. lecter - action bronson 25) grimm reality - dimlite 26) underneath the pine - toro y moi 27) bad vibes - shlohmo 28) xxx - danny brown 29) no color - the dodos 30) companion - gold panda
  10. At Coachella this year, they had RFID wristbands that were only used for entrance to the festival. As you got in line to enter, a security member would use a handheld scanner to scan the RFID tag and then, directly before you officially made it into the festival, you would tap your wrist against one of the many stationary scanners that were built into a row of plastic walls. It worked pretty well and I am hoping that I will soon be able use it to purchase items. This system would definitely work better at a Disney park rather than a massive music festival so I am excited to see this roll out in the future. The wristbands themselves were non-obtrusive and, although the plastic bit looks uncomfortable, it really wasn't an issue.
  11. I've been to at least one show a week since school started and as my stint comes to a close, I think I will recap on the best. FYF Fest @LA Historic Park- Pretty good festival, was really excited to see Olivia Tremor Control and got to see Nosaj Thing for my third time. Broken Social Scene killed it and Simian Mobile Disco was a huge dance party. Reid Speed, Cyberoptics, and FS @Crest Theater- drove out to Fresno for this one and was well worth it. Got backstage with a friend of mine who has played gigs for these promoters. Loud, obnoxious unrelenting bass! Deadmau5, Excision @Hollywood Palladium- meh, way over this cheesy house and soulless dubstep. My other times seeing Excision were better. Deadmau5 was same old same old (expected). No Age, John Wiese @The Smell- my first time going to The Smell and was one of the most interesting shows I have attended. Right after I got back from Fresno from the Reid Speed show, I headed straight for The Smell. Got to see a band perform a set in the bathroom and heard what was possibly the loudest music I have ever heard (this coming from someone who has attended countless shows in his life). Really fun afternoon. OH and on a side note, out of the 40 people there, there was a fairly tall man wearing a 2010 WCB t-shirt. small world. TV on the Radio, Artic Monkeys, Panda Bear, Smith Westerns, Warpaint @Hollywood Bowl- drove straight from LAX after flying across the country to the Hollywood Bowl for this one. Pretty fun night. I had seen most of the artists, but I was so stoked to finally see Panda Bear and he certainly did not disappoint. Staring at the Sun by Tv on the Radio brought back a lot of great memories from my younger days. Star Slinger, Shigeto @Troubadour- what a great night this was, Shigeto was unreal and handing his synth to me at the end of the show after I asked him what it was. Star Slinger was just what I expected, tore the Troub down. Blink 182 @Hollywood Bowl- found out last minute that I was going. meh, not my thing. Portishead @Shrine Expo Hall- I almost broke down after finally seeing Portishead. I was definitely one of the youngest there, but it was unbelievable regardless. Such a powerful band that I have finally checked off my list. They blew away my unbelievably high expectations. Givers @987 Studio- somehow won a radio contest to see Givers at the 98.7 studio. There was maybe 10 other people there and they rocked it with a 4 song set. Got to meet and hang out with them after for a while and it was a wonderful experience. Givers @Troubadour- got to see Givers later that night at the Troubadour with tickets I had bought long before I won the contest, and they were great. They are going to be huge one day, no doubt. Eagle Rock Music Festival @Eagle Rock- a stellar free festival, even though it was the douchiest crowd I have encountered in a long time. Lineup was spectacular and included Jonwayne (madman), Nosaj Thing (fourth time seeing him), Gaslamp Killer (crazy), Flying Lotus (seem him a ton, repetitive and I have officially grown out of him), Dibiase (great), Teebs (laidback), Daddy Kev (decent), Tokimonsta (adorable little asian girl who I am going to marry someday), and Nobody (killer). really crowded, but a total blast. Pretty good two months of shows and I am looking forward to the rest of Rocktober! If anyone wants to talk music, add me on Facebook. It is always nice to meet someone with similar interests.
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