they look the same
bff and i at punx brunch
This is my very new old band. You can buy it, if you want.
My best friend since early elementary school is moving to the South East and his band is going on tour. They just released this tape. Here are the songs: http://fandeth.bandcamp.com/album/fandeths-second-tape
The music sounds like the misery of a bizzaro world collaboration between the reanimated corpses of both Phil Ochs and Matty Luv. They can’t stand each other yet are confined to the same rat infested house, during a very cold winter. Among the grey water rats, the black mold and the insufferable world that surrounds them they settle their differences in four songs that make you feel nostalgic for something that hasn’t happened yet. It’s punk.
My band is releasing these songs on a cassette tomorrow. It will be our final show. Artwork is by Jon Jerry of Crimezone. Recorded by Jake and released on Black Mold tapes.
one of my bands is playing our last show next week. its also our tape release. gonna be fun!
My band, Feldspar is playing a final show. We will also be releasing our tape, which will be on the internet soon probably…
Missin Portland and pukewhenimsad lots today!
Aw! A picture of Anavrin and I taken by a very dear, and very missed person. I wish I had a photo I took of them with a cute animal.
Art by DANI. PDX MARCH 2014. You can pick up copies at Blackwater and the Red and Black and maybe other places, too…
I’m making vegan tamales to benefit the Freehaus squatters’ recent legal fees. *********************** IF YR IN PDX, COME HANG OUT. THERE IS GOING TO BE AN AWESOME SHOW! 6305 N DETROIT ~~~~~ In June of 2013, Freehaus, a space that was home to many radical, queer folks and a safe and welcome space to many in the community was evicted after it was sold to the infamous foreclosure flipping gentrifying shithead Juan Diaz. here is a link to the Shitheads’s website. http://diazjuan.com/ After the squat was evicted, folks from the community were invited to come salvage anything they wanted from the house before it would be destroyed. After a few days of salvaging, and general fare-well fun, Juan Diez saw what was happening, panicked and invited 20 cops to the house. Three folks: Griffin, Jamie, and Shea, were unfortunately captured by the police and charged with all sorts of vandalism madness and are being forced to pay back a total of $15,000! They need help!