Last week, I hit a milestone and broke a record with this here little journal. On Friday, I set a new daily page views record. The next day, I broke 10,000 page views since I moved to WordPress.
Here are some highlights from last week:
- The Monkey Kids returned to the drive-ins. An old tradition was reborn. We caught a decent flick, and the train went by TWICE.
- Also Wednesday, there was more piano barring. I even sang a little. It’s was JMR’s birthday, too.
- Friday was Maldroid at Bottom of the Hill. Had some giggles with the girls, and managed to survive the sweltering heat. Thank heaven for Pali’s passport application, which we made into a fan during the Maldroid set. The guys busted out some sweet new tunes, too. Oh, and there was a little bit of after party action at K4’s pad afterwards. It was all about the Slurpees, Soap, and Gently Hot. Oh, and A Grand Worth of Dildos! (Best Band Name EVA! If my band didn’t already have a name . . .
I really appreciate your readership, and I hope you continue to enjoy my thoughts, musings, and silliness!
What do you need most when life gives you the finger? Friends. And if those friends happen to be the best intergalactic rock and rollers and their cadets, well even better!
Maldroid opened the show. I tried to get some good shots of them. Tried is the operative word here.
They get better every time I see them. I just got their new self titled album last night. I have been enjoying it and The Phenomenauts’ “For All Man Kind” all morning.
Next up were The Lovemakers. I don’t know any of them. They were less than inspiring. I didn’t take any pictures.
I did my best to help get the chant started and then they took the stage.
I love the new opening.
I love this trippy red shot.
I didn’t get any good shots of Joebot, but I bet Agent 99 did.
It was a great show. The bands were good, the club was packed. But most of all, it was good to be with friends, making new friends, and celebrating the success of some hardworking guys and everyone who’s behind them.
Science and Honor!