We were heading downtown the other day and passed by a collection of garage sale rejects that had been tossed to the curb with a "Free" sign. Christina saw a bicycle and Clover hasn't had a bike since we last relocated, so I figured I would check it out. It was red, pretty rugged looking, but I figured I could always paint it pink for her if it was in decent shape. Unfortunately, it was rusted pretty bad so we passed on it. As I was walking away I spotted a small keyboard, though. keep reading »
Does anyone know of a good way to dispose of old discs? I've got a HUGE stack of old CD-R's from the last seven or eight years that I am in the process of trashing and I figured that it is in my best interest to destroy the data on them prior to tossing them out. keep reading »
This is just a friendly reminder that if you are anywhere near Denver tonight, you should stop by the Mayan Theater for the Speechless Cinema Showcase. Tickets are only $5 and it should prove to be an exhilarating experience.
I was hoping to make it to the event myself, but airfare rates are prohibitively expensive from my area in Arkansas right now. I will be there in spirit (and sound). Best of luck to Michael and the ClandestCINE crew for a great turn-out tonight.
I've just re-issued the Testube album titled Useable Frequency Response in digital MP3 format. This album was originally released on UEF Records back in 1997 and has been out-of-print since 1999. If you enjoy dark instrumental electro ala Noise Unit or Mentallo & The Fixer, you will probably dig it. The $5 download includes artwork and all 14 tracks in mp3 format, sampled at 192kbps. Credit card payments are processed by PayPal.