Wednesday, September 17, 2014
pedalspedalspedals:

This is actually exactly how I see my rig being in a few years.
Beam us up, Mr. Scott.
ProGuitarShop posted this on their Facebook page, doesn’t really seem to be any info about it.
But I kinda like it like that.

pedalspedalspedals:

This is actually exactly how I see my rig being in a few years.

Beam us up, Mr. Scott.

ProGuitarShop posted this on their Facebook page, doesn’t really seem to be any info about it.

But I kinda like it like that.

ozarathustra:

Brand-spankin’-new and beautiful. A hand built, custom hyper booster for a great guy. Subtle labeling on the face, contrast labeling on the sides, clean interior, sounds like heaven.  Need something custom?  Need something magical?  Let us know. We’re here for you!

I love using those electrical housings for stompboxes.  I made my dad a simple looper for his DigiTech Bass Whammy in one of these, and used them as enclosures for my PAiA Gator and my 3ms (yes, before they changed their name to 4ms) Noise Swash.

ozarathustra:

Brand-spankin’-new and beautiful. A hand built, custom hyper booster for a great guy. Subtle labeling on the face, contrast labeling on the sides, clean interior, sounds like heaven.
Need something custom?
Need something magical?
Let us know. We’re here for you!

I love using those electrical housings for stompboxes.  I made my dad a simple looper for his DigiTech Bass Whammy in one of these, and used them as enclosures for my PAiA Gator and my 3ms (yes, before they changed their name to 4ms) Noise Swash.

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

seattlenoir:

New Rabbits video for “So Fake it’s Real” from their newest record, Untoward. Directed by Whitey McConnaughy.

(posted 09/10/2014)

Awesome.  I love Rabbits

Monday, September 15, 2014

Ep.29 A Wilhelm Scream (Live)

It was fantastic to catch Massachusetts technical progressive punk band A Wilhelm Scream at El Corazon— this band is fun, high energy, and catchy… with some of the most nimble and impressive breaks, shifts, and runs I’ve ever seen at any punk show, ever. A lot of the coverage is shot from over by the bass player because that’s were I was standing for most of the show (for reasons that become apparent during this episode.)

This one took a little longer to roll out than usual because of a personal tragedy in the Seattle music scene. I uploaded some bonus footage in the interim because that’s just where my head has been lately.

Sunday, September 14, 2014
punksterdamoiselle:

@the mystery box

punksterdamoiselle:

@the mystery box

In a world of rampant unsubscribes, I still get some fun pieces of mail from Pro Guitar Shop.  I don’t always agree with them, but they’re usually a good read.

In a world of rampant unsubscribes, I still get some fun pieces of mail from Pro Guitar Shop.  I don’t always agree with them, but they’re usually a good read.

Saturday, September 13, 2014
Let’s see… 
7 Year Old Blind Girl is awesome
The Kraken is one of the best places to be in Seattle
Salt Lake City has a weird music scene, so… I’m curious about the SLC band.
have you heard Guests? They’re indescribable!

Let’s see…

  1. 7 Year Old Blind Girl is awesome
  2. The Kraken is one of the best places to be in Seattle
  3. Salt Lake City has a weird music scene, so… I’m curious about the SLC band.
  4. have you heard Guests? They’re indescribable!

The actual order of the bands for this event are as follows: Artimus Maximus, Anticulture, 13 Scars, Crunchbird and Horsepower, Dreadful Children, Toe Tag and then LoudMotor! This lineup is LEGIT as HELL! There will be a $10 suggested donation at the door to pay the bands and there will be VERY limited edition t-shirts of the poster availabe foe $16 each! Come out and play, I haven’t seen MOST of you in over 20 years!!!  Set times are as follows: Artimus Maximus 7:30 - 8:00 Anticulture 8:15 - 8:45  13 Scars 9:00 - 9:30 Horsepower 9:45 - 10:15 Dreadful Children 10:30 - 11:10 Toe Tag 11:25 - 12:05 LoudMotor 12:20 - 1:00 I hope that we are ALL copacetic with these times keeping in mind that this is for our scene family to celebrate our lives that were thrown together all those years ago and our subsequent survival! Looking forward to seeing you all there!  Love, Curtis Lego Murray

The actual order of the bands for this event are as follows: Artimus Maximus, Anticulture, 13 Scars, Crunchbird and Horsepower, Dreadful Children, Toe Tag and then LoudMotor! This lineup is LEGIT as HELL! There will be a $10 suggested donation at the door to pay the bands and there will be VERY limited edition t-shirts of the poster availabe foe $16 each! Come out and play, I haven’t seen MOST of you in over 20 years!!!

Set times are as follows:

Artimus Maximus 7:30 - 8:00
Anticulture 8:15 - 8:45 
13 Scars 9:00 - 9:30
Horsepower 9:45 - 10:15
Dreadful Children 10:30 - 11:10
Toe Tag 11:25 - 12:05
LoudMotor 12:20 - 1:00

I hope that we are ALL copacetic with these times keeping in mind that this is for our scene family to celebrate our lives that were thrown together all those years ago and our subsequent survival! Looking forward to seeing you all there!

Love,
Curtis Lego Murray