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  • Birthday 07/11/1990

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    Atlanta, GA
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  • Number of Rush Concerts Attended
  • Last Rush Concert Attended
    S&A Atlanta no. 2
  • Favorite Rush Song
    no idea
  • Favorite Rush Album
    Grace Under Pressure
  • Best Rush Experience
    the shows.
  • Other Favorite Bands
  • Musical Instruments You Play
    a lot of them, badly

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  1. I've downloaded each single and I'll probably download the album when it comes out. I'll buy a vinyl copy to show support/keep my collection complete/etc.
  2. the full version is already available.
  3. Bonobo Downtempo / trip hop / chillout/postparty Simon Green (AKA Bonobo) has been gracing us with chilled out, beat focused tunes for years. While his back catalogue is great, last years "Black Sands" is far and away his best album so far. Taking his sound to a fleshed out, amazing new level, the album never ceases to disappoint. Also features the beautiful (both appearance and voice-wise) Andreya Triana on three tracks. Kong http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T_wBDYOa_Ew El Toro http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M2RjWZhNk0c The Keeper (Featuring Andreya Triana) and, because why the hell not, here's the single from Triana's solo album "Lost Where I Belong", also from last year: A Town Called Obsolete --- Come onnnn you guys, stop being the most boring forum ever... super disappointing.
  4. Tame Impala Indie / psychedelic rock Australian fourpiece Tame Impala don't think you should have to be old to experience great psychrock, and they know what they're doing. Debut full length Innerspeaker (2010) finds all the right melodies and hits all the right grooves. Who knows, you might even get a little stoned while listening Alter Ego http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bBSropdYqtY Lucidity
  5. Mew Indie / dreampop / shoegaze / "pretentious art rock" (their words) Pretentious Danish bastards Mew (named after the elusive pokemon?) are helping keep shoegaze alive. They're even nice enough to add a certain cloud surfing happiness feel to what is usually a gloomy genre. If you want a more abstract, even prog-ish (think Sigur Ros) feel to their songs, try "Frengers" or "And the Glass Handed Kites". If you're down to enjoy a more poppy version of the band, newest album "No More Stories" is what you ordered. Beach (from Stories) 156 (from Frengers) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jFjKALF454g
  6. You are not going to see what is probably the best movie this year.
  7. http://joshnfarro.blogspot.com/ http://www.kerrang.com/blog/2010/12/ex-par...ts_wife_co.html (read the comments) SUMMARY: Paramore fans finally receive news flash that the "band" is a Hayley Williams star vehicle, proceed to fill lakes with tears and ignorant posts on the internet.
  8. If your inclination to see this movie is at least 50%+ "I should see this", go see it on the biggest screen, with the best 3D quality possible. If you do not see Tron: Legacy on a giant screen with lazers flying at your face, you will probably not like it. I watched it under above circumstances though, and it was pretty enjoyable. Or should I say.... radical, man!
  9. Gave Focus a few listens awhile back. Pretty good stuff, but I was kind of falling away from that genre by then. If you dig them a lot, check out Watchtower, Spastic Ink, Spiral Architect and Blotted Science.
  10. QUOTE (Storm Shadow @ Oct 8 2010, 05:36 AM) Finally, a good episode last night. this. "you fell on your face almost immediately man" "they're definitely gonna play that shit on ESPN"
  11. It was great... I need to dig up more movies like it.
  12. QUOTE (Storm Shadow @ Sep 15 2010, 08:36 AM) I genuinely love Pootie Tang. why god why On the whole genuine love note though, I wish I had a cardboard standup or giant poster of your signature.
  13. Yeh, he's pretty great. And it seems like his "second chance" at a TV comedy is going a lot better, with 13 episodes made and aired, and more on the way. I haven't seen Lucky Louie yet, I'm in the process of tracking that as well as an indie film he wrote and directed in 98 called "Tomorrow Night". From what I've read about LL, Louie has a pretty fair amount of differences. It's basically just random vignettes mixed with him doing standup at the Comedy Cellar. A lot of the people who appeared on LL return for Louie though, like Nick DiPaolo and Pamela Adlon. And I can somewhat agree with CK doing no wrong, but eh... he doesn't quite have the midas touch. He DID, after all, write and direct Pootie Tang. And while it wasn't necessarily terrible, it... definitely wasn't gold
  14. Any of you watched this glorious new show from FX? It's a comedy by Louie CK and it just wrapped up it's first season. This along with Sunny and Bored to Death is more great new comedy on TV than I could ever ask for. However, while never ceasing to be hilarious, it is a pretty damn bleak, depressing, black comedy fit only for those with the proper mindset. It will arouse suspicion in you that people are, in fact, assholes. If you already have those suspicions, they will be confirmed. Anyways, it's a really well done show and I'm very happy to hear it's been picked up for a second season. Check it out! Oh and P.S., if you dig this show check out CK's standup special, "Shameless".
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