Yeah, I went there, I said it. Accept it.
Yeah, I went there, I said it. Accept it.
Well hello there, my friends! Long time caller, first time listener and I got a treaty-treat for you this
labor day martin luther king jr day presidents day memorial day weekend! It’s hot out but, my dear old friend, shit’s about to get even hotter. Like Dungeons n dragons in a different fucked up dimension, we got a 3-sided mixtape to slay a few mojitos with…. oh ho ho, but that’s not all! Two of the songs featured in the mixtape are also in two tsurufoto presents… short films!
Oh, it’s a surprise because today we are putting the “radio” back in tsururadio running a pythagorean special with Sides A, B, & C TOTALLY BLIND!!! duh-duh-DUUUUUUH!!!! I guess I could’ve broke ‘em up, labeled them out, and got a bunch more “hits” and shit, but fuck it, it’s a 3-day weekend and I’m having too much fun!
OH! Before we get to it, once again this year we are putting these sexy gams to good use, this time riding 100 miles & raising $1800 to fight cancer for Pelotonia 12!!!
Any & all donations of support to help us reach our goal are truly & truly appreciated! I promise to ride my ass off for you in August and hopefully help get us one notch closer to putting an end to cancer. You can donate by clicking the photo above or by going to the following page.
Thank you thank you thank you in advance! So, with that being said, this being that, and here being here, let’s get this show on the road & let’s get our asses back to enjoying the niiiice long weekend, as……….
Love & cheers,
Two very windy live performances of my oldest Saydi! So so so proud of her!
Her bandcamp —> http://saydimusic.bandcamp.com
Well my friends, it’s that time of year again! November is a key month in the world of Aaron Loves Meghan… it’s the month where we started dating, when we got engaged, and, of course, when we got married. And every year around this time we present our latest Aaron Loves Meghan mixtape!
For the newbs, on Nov. 17th, 2007, Megs & I were married and at our wedding (which I iPod DJ’d) we gave everyone there a mixtape called Aaron Loves Meghan and, of course, posted it up on tsururadio. Since then, we’ve had infinite fun creating a new mixtape together every year, some with themes, some with just the music we love to listen to together, whatever, and present it to you…
This time, as you can tell from the photo above, things got a bit messy… Thank the lardy I had my pencil handy and my lovely assistant to wind that cassette back up, eh?
So, for our 5th volume, we each put together a mini-mixtape for each other. Mine is Side Aaron Loves Meghan, her’s is side Meghan Loves Aaron. Then, when we were all done, we put them together and BLAMO! Awesome-o lovey dovey romantical super good times happy hour!!!
And yes, I know we are a little late getting this mixtape up for you guys… We’ve been a little busy with Baby going to Hong Kong for two weeks, then me to going China for two weeks, then both of us going on a MUCH needed vacation to the Galapagos Islands for a week (which was epic! Like a beachy vacation meets a tropically exploring vacation meets nature’s classroom). We even made a short film for you!
Don’t worry, as per usual it’s not a “talky” and it’s soundtracked by one my favourite songs, “2080″ by Yeasayer!
Okay, back to the mixtape!
Now, just as a little reminder… don’t read too much into each song! Sure, some are blatant love songs, of course they are, but some are just songs we love to sing together or to/at each other – though you can certainly see where October, where we only saw each other for one day, played quite a role in the music selection…
And with that, I think I’ll get to hurrying up to shuttin’ up and get this music going on as…
Tsuru & The Bride Present…
SIDE A: Aaron Loves Meghan
1. Noah And The Whale – 2 Atoms In A Molecule
2. Allo Darlin – Kiss Your Lips
3. Iron And Wine – Tree By The River
4. REM – The Lion Sleeps Tonight
5. Primal Scream – Movin’ On Up
6. Rachel Goodrich – Na Na Na
7. The Rural Alberta Advantage – Two Lovers
8. Beirut – Port of Call
9. Feist – Graveyard
10. Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeroes – Home
11. Hard Drugs – Aline And Lloyd (Reprise)
SIDE B: Meghan Loves Aaron
1. Living Sisters – (You Don’t Know) How Glad I Am
2. Charles May And Annette May Thomas – Keep My Baby Warm
3. The Head And The Heart – Honey Come Home
4. Etta James – I Just Want To Make Love To You
5. Paula & Karol – Birds and Bees
6. Jenny And Johnny – Scissor Runner
7. The Pipettes – I Love You
8. Fiona Apple – So Sleepy
9. Summer Fiction – Throw Your Arms Around Me
10. My Morning Jacket – Wonderful (The Way I Feel)
11. Jarvis Cocker – Baby’s Coming Back To Me
That’s it! I hope you enjoy as much as we do… Here’s to year number 5 being as wonderful as each that preceded it!
Aaron & Meghan
Peanut’s Playground is my bi-weekly verbal diarrhea. Every other Wednesday I plan to ramble about stuff I like (in my typically screwed up version of English) and hope you will like too. And in case you don’t… mweh.
In typical Peanut-style I’ve messed up my timeschedule and made (work related) appointments for about every single day in April and May. And what that means is….a quicky for today’s post and it’s about:
[Info stolen from wikipedia] The Nippon Budokan a.k.a. as The Budokan is an arena in the middle of Tokyo, Japan. I have no clue whatsoever what goes inside this arena besides the fact that a shitload of great live performances have been recorded there.
I’ve collected a few clips of the most memorable of those performances for your enjoyment. (Translation: these were the best ones I could find on Youtube while writing this article at the office) Yeah I’m a lazy basterd. Sue me.
You might have to turn up the volume a bit for some of these videos…
Cheap Trick – I Want You To Want Me (1978)
Skid Row – Monkey Business (1992)
Ozzy Osbourne – Paranoid (2002)
Rainbow – Stranded (1984)
Muse – Plug In Baby (2010)
The Doobie Brothers – Listen To The Music (1993)
Oasis – Live Forever (1998)
The Beatles – NoWhere Man (1966)
See you in two weeks!
Today was going to be a post about all the delicious new bands we found on Bandamp this week, but instead, a rough morning gave me a hankerin’ for some comfort food. This can be many things depending on my mood, the weather, the smells in my nose, the horniness in my junk, but today with one speed bump after another and with the rain & wind never seeming to end this Spring, it was my maaaassive REM mixtape that found it’s way to my ears…. It’s about 5 or so hours long. Hit shuffle, check, done. But then “Crush With Eyeliner” came on and suddenly I was transported back to the first time I saw the new REM song coming out back in college, a video premiere on MTV (remember when they played videos? I didn’t until just now) for “What’s The Frequency, Kenneth?”. A freshly balded Stipe and a wandering camera.
Now…. You have to remember the how we got here. This was transformation #4 (or more) in most people’s eyes, right? The “sell-out” to Warner Bros and “Stand” (fuck all them, that’s a great song and great album), then the “uber sell-out” with “Shiny Happy People” (and fuck all THEM too! Yes, I hated the song initially, I mean, c’mon… but now I love it and I think I get it).
Then Automatic and woah. Masterpiece theatre there. But with grunge doing it’s thing and U2 going glam, REM has a tendency to do their very own thing while still somehow staying “relevant”, whatever the hell that really means, and low & behold as summer was winding down back in 1994, while I was studying textbooks and trying to figure out how to be a 21 year old freshman in college, we got ourselves a monster.
Was this their grunge album? Wasn’t Stipe hanging with Courtney Love? Blah Blah Blah… but once again and again and again, REM smacked me upside the head and I was stuck. I played this damn thing over and over and over…. Listening all the way through (i.e. not part of a mixtape) for the first time in ages, it’s 17 years ago all over again………….
Side one – Head side
The song that started it. What is the frequency? “You said that irony was the shackles of youth, uh huh”. Oh man, how prophetic that line is in light of the ironically clad hipsters that meander the music festivals these days with their ironic beer and ironic graphic t’s… Oh the ironing.
“Crush with Eyeliner”
Sexy glam glam. Where I picked up the word tomato to describe a beautiful woman… I always think of it as a “hard song” until I listen to it again and realize just how slow the pace is. It pulls you along a Los Angeles gutter and through the broken down starlettes lying there in your way.
“King of Comedy”
Make your money…. One of Stipe’s classic commentary on various things that tend to piss him off. This one seems to be all about the money obsessed media types or something. But, in all honesty, it’s the sexy female backing vocals that hooked me in. Yes, Stipe, you are not a commodity, but I wonder if you look at the music industry (and many other industries for that matter) these days and still think the same thing? Have you been to a concert lately? You are a dancing monkey, more than ever before. But that’s a rant for a different day…..
“I Don’t Sleep, I Dream”
This is one of those songs that haunts me. Periodically and randomly.
Oddly, you’d think this would feel rather dated considering caller ID kinda made star 69 so pointless. Though I do remember using star 69, that it was this wicked tool against prank calls or hang-ups or whatever. I had a sleep-over at my friends mobile home (remember, I’m from Florida) and his sister (who I had a crush on because once I saw her boob in a awesome downblouse moment) got a strange call and we were all buzzed about Star 69ing the person back. Yeah. Random.
“Everybody Hurts” Part II, the break-up / obsession. Heavier, darker, meatier sonically than “Everybody Hurts”, but while one focused on not killing yourself, this one focused on one of the things that often makes people kill themselves, but with a rather stalker-esque twist, eh?
Side two – Tail side
Yeah, I can rock this falsetto, put Prince to shame. This song delicately tip-toes around with a hint of swagger that a man who’s beyond confident singing falsetto tends to carry. It’s got soul. It’s sexy.
“Bang and Blame”
This song always made me think of the 80s, a Men At Work or Duran Duran cool song with echoing guitars and a lack of snare on the versus, until the chorus kicks in and we are right back in Monsterland. Very cool song, but surprised me that this was the 2nd single. I guess it’s the most “REM song” after “What The Frequency, Kenneth?”, or something… and you can’t have the slow song (i.e. “Strange Currencies”) be the 2nd single, heaven forbid! That’s always the 3rd single. Major Labels are so shmart.
“I Took Your Name”
This is the song that always gets forgotten when I think of Monster. I never include it in mixtapes, never think about it when I think of the album. Nothing. Yet here it is. I think maybe it’s a bit too much like the others? Not sure. Lead vocals waaay back there, similar guitar-action-style going on. Etc. Good song, but in the mix, it’s a bit forgettable.
“Let Me In”
Ah. “Let Me In”, the song I never listen to but when I do, holy shit. Sounds like it should’ve been an acoustic sweet song to someone (Cobain, I believe), but instead, they switch out to guitar on super-distort and nary much else until much later in the song. Stunning, goose-bump song that will break your heart in the right mind set…
Except for the needling distortion & the guitar sound, it’s actually a rather normal REM song. Reworked, this could’ve fit on “Green” pretty easily…
Ah, our finale, “You”. Ominous. Hot & summer. Sweaty. You can almost see the heat waves off the asphault. Then this…
I love you crazy, just keep on
I love you madly, just keep watch
You wipe my lips,
You turn me on
My attentions are turned to you!!!!!!!
Have a great weekend everyone! Go ride your bikes, go take lots of pictures, and, if the good lard’s a-willin’ and the creeks don’t rise, we’ll see you before long……..
Aaron aka Tsuru
PS….. nudiezine #6 is almost here!!!, and we got a special offer for all the pre-orders! Check it!
Photography by Marco Graziani
Hey kiddos. All this grammy talk has left me feeling kinda… done.
So, I think it’s time for a little mini-vaca. Spending the next week working on my zine and contemplating “what’s next” for this great tsurunation we call home. You know?
What is next? What is version 4.0 for TSURURADIO?
So, while I
masturbate furiously search my soul and take lots of nekkid pictures take lots of nekkid pictures, I’m going to let the adorable adorableness of Rachel Goodrich play us out. You can’t listen to Goodrich without a smile on my face and it’s with a smile on my face that I, you know, search my soul and shit. You know that if I’m not at the blog, I’m at one of these places, right?….
Where you’ll find me now….
Okay… I’m obsessed… like obsessed-obsessed over this new PJ Harvey album called Let England Shake.
I’ve had a crush on PJ Harvey ever since I could kinda see her nipples on the back cover of Dry.
Yep. That’s the one. She’s bold, brash, difficult, challenging, & strong. I love songs, I hate songs, it’s everything that comfort food isn’t to music.
I don’t always like her albums. But then Let England Shake shows up. I was already in love with “The Words That Maketh Murder”, but a song does not an album make.
Oh my. Oh man. This is so good.
It’s odd, weird — like “Revellie” during “The Glorious Land” — and it’s beautiful… Beautiful in that odd yet strong way Harvey herself is. It’s poetry (literally, from what I hear) meets quirk-rock music.
I’ve listened to it 10, maybe 15 times? And I can’t seem to stop. So, I’m going to shut up and listen some more…
“Take me back to England & the grey, damp filthiness of ages, fog rolling down behind the mountains & on the graveyards, and dead sea-captains.” – PJ Harvey, The Last Living Rose
01. Let England Shake
02. The Last Living Rose
03. The Glorious Land
04. The Words That Maketh Murder
05. All And Everyone
06. On Battleship Hill
08. In The Dark Places
09. Bitter Branches
10. Hanging In The Wire
11. Written On The Forehead
12. The Colour Of The Earth
Photography by emememily…
I’m kinda obsessed over three albums right now. It’s making it quite hard to do this whole bloggerin’ thing, you know? Three albums are dividing my heart and time right now. So which shall we write about?
You know, you gotta go with who got there first. It’s only fair, donchathink? Besides, with all the break-ups going on in music with the White Stripes & LCD Soundsystems and stuff, it’s kinda nice to see all the old-timers making a go of it this year, take charge, kick ass, take a few names and such. We saw Cake, Ron Sexsmith, and Social Distortion already light up our eyes and we know REM and PJ Harvey are in the pipeline, but today it’s Camper Van Beethoven & Cracker leadman’s solo debut that’s swooning our ears & brainicles.
Yep, David Lowery’s The Palace Guards is out and it’s fantastic. I find it interesting when people have multiple bands for multiple styles or sounds. Cracker was always his roots rock band — oh man, I need to hear “Teen Angst (What The World Needs Now)” like stat…
Ah… That’s better. Where were we? Oh yeah, Lowery’s got his original gig with Camper Van Beethoven as his quirkball band (Key Lime Pie is and will always be one of my favourite albums ever).
Considering that, as far as I know, both bands are still intact, Lowery doing “David Lowery” must mean these songs, on some level, just don’t fit with the C&CvB thing.
From an outsiders perspective, some songs like “All Those Girls Mean Nothing To Me” do sound like they could’ve fit elsewhere, but maybe it’s similar to the old axiom, “you can take the boy out of Florida, but you can’t take Florida out the boy” ’cause lard knows I tried… Lowery is Lowery so you could make a case for this whole solo thing being kinda silly. Hell, you could probably make a case that Cracker is Camper van Beethoven is David Lowery and vicey-vicey-versy.
I disagree though. I don’t have to understand the difference between the projects to understand the desire and need to keep them separate. People wonder why I’m spread out more than a 5 dollar whore on two-fer-one night.
So, yeah, the comparisons will come in all the reviews, for sure. Hell, I think I just spent a couple paragraphs on it. And for that, Lowery, I’m sorry.
This album is really wonderful. The wonderfully odd (see: “The Palace Guards”). It’s unabashedly kuntry (see: “Raise ‘em Up on Honey”). And dear jeebus on a stick it can be absolutely beautiful (see: “Deep Oblivion”).
Okay, enough with the “see: Song” crap, just get it, play it over and over again. We old timers still gots it mother fuckers!!
1 – Raise ‘em Up on Honey
6 – I Sold the Arabs the Moon
7 – Marigold
8 – Big Life
9 – Submarine
Ah…. and a little old school Cracker for you with “Low”:
yeah, that’s the stuff.
“I hear music in my head, and I need to get it out…”
By the way… the cameos in this? Classic.
Click on the screen capture to download Together, one of the best albums of 2010.
Photography by Evie
We here at TSURURADIO are hard at work preparing for the launch of our next zine. It’s going to be beyond epic… One might even say “super epic”. On top of that, we are working on a special little presentation for you here but be on the lookout on Friday, Februrary 4th at http://tsurufoto.etsy.com — STAY VIGILANT!!!
It’s going to be our biggest and baddest zine yet! It’s a lot of work but fortunately I’ve got a sweet new gem of an album by long, long, LONG time TSURURADIO fave Ron Sexsmith and his latest LP Long Player Late Bloomer to keep me on task!
There is only one word for a Ron Sexsmith album you need to know, “Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh”…… It’s like soaking weary feet in small tub of hot water and Epsom salt.
You know what you are going to get… Chill-tempoed (yeah, “chill-tempoed”, it’s a word.. I just created it) pop/rock. Like sweet AM radio tunes from the olden days of my youth that just fill the room with expertly crafted songs about love & life.
SIDE NOTE: The new Edie Brickell showed up on the internettals recently as well. Someone should really get these two together for a sweet little duet, amirite??
1. Get In Line
2. The Reason Why
3. Believe It When I See It
5. No Help At All
6. Late Bloomer
8. Michael And His Dad
9. Middle Of Love
10. Everytime I Follow
11. Eye Candy
12. Love Shines + the viddy…. Looks so familiar, eh? Fuck who?
Ron Sexsmith love: Official
Photography by Renee King
What? Wonderful indie-pop from Canada that I’ve never heard of? What? Been cranking out albums since ’07? How the hell is that even possible??? Seriously? It’s amazing what gets under the radar, isn’t it? There are just so so so many bands. You know, if we had as many bands available to us as we did back in the 80s/90s, we’d have a need for maybe 2, 3 blogs tops.
Though, I think music blogs are becoming obsolete — I mean think about it. Why do you need blogs when you got your massive massive social network of twitterers, facebookers, tumblrerers (assuming they can actually keep tumblr running), plus your pandoras, iTunes, last.fmers, various boards & forums, etc, etc, etc, etc, telling you, yeah YOU what to listen to? Blogs are becoming white noise. — the one thing keeping us in business is the sheer volume of bands out there your social group just can’t get to, that we music geekeronis suck in & spit out like dirty rapid-fire spit balls.
The commoditization of music meets the white noise of blogs and suddenly I can’t remember what I was loving the fuck out of just last week. Sad, eh?
But then you come across a little simple & simply awesome pop gem like Islands Disappear filled with one nugget after another of indietastic crafted tunes that apparently came out waaaaay back in ought-niner by Said The Whale and all that other bullshit just fades away……..
1. Dear Elkhorn
2. Gold in Them Plains
3. B.C. Orienteering
4. Camilo (The Magician)
5. Emerald Lake, AB
6. Islands Disappear
7. Black Day in December
9. False Creek Change
10. A Cold Night Close to the End
11. The Gift of a Black Heart
12. Goodnight Moon
13. Holly, ON
Tsuru aka Aaron
Yeah, kinda hooked on their last album at the moment. Went to find a viddy and found a shit ton. And, my friends, that’s a lot of shit, eh? Good times…
Photography by iNeedChemicalX…
Now this is a release that I have been waiting for like fucking forever! Well actually the wait’s only been a little less than 3 years but it sure felt like forever to me, but finally FINALLY it’s here:
And fuck what a disappointment this album was at first listen!
Wanna know why? Lemme tell you why.
I saw Cold War Kids play live at the Amsterdam Paradiso somewhere in 2006, and they were the most intense act I had ever witnessed on stage. These guys were nothing less than possessed! The drummer was pounding away. The singer ripped his lungs out and the guitars seared with emotion drenched in blood, sweat and tears. They were in one word, amazing!
This is the kind of amazing that I’m talking about:
Imagine my surprise when the first song from Mine Is Yours that actually draw my attention was this one:
WTF??!! This can’t be the same band!
Don’t get me wrong here; I like this song. I actually like it a lot, but it sounds like something that George Michael could’ve released. And the sound of Ol’ Georgiakis Michaelopopopopoplis isn’t exactly what I had expected from these here guys.
Anyway the initial surprise eventually turned into utter disappointment. Disappointment made me stop listening to the album. Even more so, disappointment actually made me afraid to listen to the album any further. I was actually afraid of the fact that I might start to like this new direction that Cold War Kids had gone into.
In the end it was the sheer quality of Finally Begin managed to steer me to the dark light side and I decided to push on, and what I found surprised me.
Sure there were more songs in the same vein as Finally Begin (read: darn right cathcy/poppy) but not as much as one might expect. Four songs turned out to be ‘new style’. The other 7 could’ve fit in snugly with the band’s previous releases. Intense songs, firmly rooted in blue-collar American rock traditions. And I like ‘em!
All in all this turned out to be a wild ride for a devoted fan like me, but with a happy ending after all. I see this album spinning in my iTunes for quite some time to come. Go check it out!
1. Mine Is Yours
3. Royal Blue
5. Out Of The Wilderness
6. Skip The Charades
7. Sensitive Kid
9. Broken Open
11. Flying Upside Down
Don’t forget to check out my other articles, in case you’ve missed them (which would be an absolute shame, because they’re great and shit).
Photography by encorine…
The weather outside is frightful indeed! Great day for some SNOWCLOCROSS!!! cycling, for realz (dog). What’s SNOWCLOCROSS!!! cycling, you ask? Ah, let me quickly e’splain. You take the cheapest cyclocross bike you can find, as sported by this rather interestingly spandexed individual…
Then, you rip off the knobby tires and throw on some surprisingly inexpensive (compared to road bike tires) studded tires from Peter White Cycles
Wrap yourself in enough layers that people mistake you for the little brother in A Christmas Story..
Find the nearest paths & fields covered in ice & snow and RIDE, BABY RIDE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Photo of me by Tulibo!
WOOOT! It’s a blast!
Careful though, studded tires help, but it certainly doesn’t prevent you from falling, as demonstrated by my last second decision one ride to cut across a deep snowy soccer field, only to forget about the way these junior mobile soccer nets are kept upright, running over one of the metal bars hidden in the snow, SLIP, PLOP!
Left a lovely profile of a heavily layered snow angle on a bike. I was only able to get back on the back after about, oh, 10 minutes of laughing my ass off. Yeah, straight up LMAOing, as the kids text.
But, while the thought of riding around like an idiot on ice sounds amazing, for now, I’m stuck inside with a chilly feeling lodged in my brain. Fortunately, I’ve got Repitilians by Starfucker to keep me warm!
Yeah, yeah, dance isn’t normally in my wheelhouse, it’s true, but man there is something about this album. To me, it seems to go beyond superficial dance music, maybe just using the base of dance to build really fun, quirky, pop music!
Songs like “Born” sound right out of a Flaming Lips album — Her naaaame is Yoshimi….. She’s a black-belt in karate! Woo woo woo! — where “Julius” seems like some trippy 80s sci-fi soundtrack before dropping into some chillllaxing “Bury Us Alive” and so it goes through out the album.
Sure, some slip more into dance than others, but it has the depth and breadth and etc that gives it longevity and repeatability , but really….. it’s just really fun to listen to!!!
Starfucker love: BANDCAMP
Have a wonderful weekend, everyone! Stay warm, go ride yer bikes, go take some pictures (then send some to me), and we’ll be seeing you soon!
Photography by RawCore…
Last night I had an unexpected dinner date which has left me kind of strapped for time. I certainly don’t have enough time to make a decent post (as if I’m able to do such thing at all) this Wednesday. So what’s a man to do? Well I do what I see people like Tsuru do when they haven’t got time to write: I whip up an article full of random youtubes found with the magical tool that is Google!
I know I said ‘random’, but in all honesty I do have some sort of theme to this article: POP!
If the word ‘pop’ is enough for you to look further without watching the vids, I do strongly encourage you to pay attention anyway. ‘Cause there ain’t nuttin’ wrong with pop. As long as it’s quality pop, and I do believe I have found a selection of just that for you. If you still don’t like pop after playing these songs, then there is something seriously wrong with you. Enjoy!
More about: Acid House Kings
More about: Alphabeat
More about: The Bird and the Bee
More about: Donkeyboy
More about: Duran Duran
More about: Ginger Ninja
More about: Goldfrapp
More about: Hall & Oates
More about: Jamiroquai
More about: Leigh Nash
More about: N*E*R*D
More about: Roisin Murphy
Don’t forget to check out my other articles, in case you’ve missed them (which would be an absolute shame, because they’re great and shit).
Noah and the Whale – L.I.F.E.G.O.E.S.O.N.
And a mini-supergroup in Mister Heavenly with Nick Thorburn (Islands), Honus Honus (Man Man), and Joe Plummer (Modest Mouse)? Hmm… I’m in!
Thanks Graf for the heads up!
Okay… that’s enough from me today. See you Tuesday!
Ah… foursquare! The epic games I played as a wee-lad back in the 70s and 80s, that I brought back to teach my own girls and various neighborhood kids in the late 90s! Those were good times. Pitty-pats, bustops, volleys, and I had the most viscous spin known to all 80s humankind.
Yeah. Suck it.
Well, our good friends over at We Listen For You got together with The Pass and built a brand spankin’ new viddy for their song “Walk Away” and just as you come to expect from their collabos, this is some tight-ass foursquare goodness!
Though… I do question the use of dress shoes and slams. Slams were never fair…. Knives, on the other hand, were up to whoever was in A.
Oh and look, the Pass is getting around! Though, what they have against Columbus, OH… I have no idea.
Jan 27th St. Louis Old Rock House
Jan 28th Memphis Poplar Lounge
Feb 1st Los Angeles The Satellite (Spaceland) *w/ Marvelous Toy
Feb 2nd Santa Barbara TBA *w/ Marvelous Toy
Feb 3rd San Francisco Milk Bar *w/ Marvelous Toy
Feb 6th San Diego Soda Bar *w/ Marvelous Toy
Feb 9th Austin TBA
Feb 10th Dallas City Tavern
Feb11th Fayetteville Smoke and Barrel