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bombthemusicindustry: Hey, so 350 or so people said on Facebook that they will be attending the Bomb the Music Industry! Blue Album / Pinkerton show at Silent Barn. Silent Barn is a great place in New York City, but it is also a house which means 350 people can’t fit inside. We are going to do our best to accommodate… I’ll be there. You’d best join me.
You Can't Sexy Dance To Punk Rock
Brett from The Riot Before is a terrific song writer. I’ve been getting into their album Rebellion lately and it’s so well written. I think my favorite song on it is the last track, “To Live How We Believe.” I just figured it out on guitar and I’ll probably learn it just because I enjoy it that much. Keep Dancin’, Craig Shay
collegehumor: Summer of Music: The Gooch - It’s the new dance craze that’s creeping the nation.
How is Jeff Rosenstock such an amazingly inventive song writer? I can’t wrap my head around it sometimes, I am not capable of coming up with the hooks, lines, melodies and arrangements that he comes up with. So yeah, the new song “Everybody That You Love” is very good. -Craig Shay
It was a good day. I got to see Paul Baribeau have a nervous breakdown (and play some songs). Busman’s Holiday are worth checking out, and they have a bar in Bloomington, Indiana called Brothers. If you walk in with your brother you both get a free shot. Stay True, Craig Shay
If I Die I Want A Cool Tomb
I just rearranged my room and it’s so much better now. I’m really excited about it. Also Vizzi and I may do an acoustic Eli Whitney set on the 25th with Cool Tombs, because CJ’s all like “I have something school related that day,” and Lisa’s like “I have something family related that day,” and everyone else is like “I go to school really far...
Do You Realize??
I’m glad I got to experience last night. Despite the cops coming most of the bands got to play and Nightmares For A Week will most certainly get to play next time. We just can’t have shows past 11. I don’t think the cops got called on us, there was a dance party in the middle of the street that was louder than the show that was not related to the goings on at The Frat House. ...
We're Masters of Karate and Friendship To Everyone
So, last night we held the inaugural show at The Frat House. Craig’s all-male a capella group went on first, of which I was apparently a member for the night (for some reason). Then we went on, yadda yadda, and then The Peeps played, who were awesome, definitely check them out. Unfortunately a dance party in the middle of the street led to the cops getting called, so we got shut down before...