THIS SATURDAY!! Coming to Blake Street Tavern in Denver, USA to make a see of us doing it live on stage! If you are to like a great discodance and hot sexy mans this show is for you! This show is FREE FOR THE LADIES!! Is also free for the men but we are not really care about you men. (Thanking to Tyler Dickey for the make of this poster!)
I tripped across this video and it reminded me that the nineties was a romantic and beautiful time where superstars REALLY got together and made music! Not this mashup bullshit!
As it is MJ’s birthday week, this is in remembrance.
R.I.P Michael (1958-2009)
R.I.P Eddie’s career (1982-1998…………That’s when he did Dr. Dolitlle. Now I know that you may be thinking “well Nutty Professor came out BEFORE Dolittle!” As much as I agree that this is when he obviously sold his soul, Professor still had some societal staying power whereas Dr. Dolittle was Murphy showing his colors as a true corporate shill. This, of course being the beginning of his Disney downward spiral and even more shameless flip to the DreamWorks side with becoming the sadly ironic Donkey.)
Being an adult and out of school makes me lose grip on the turning of the seasons. Being unemployed doesn’t help much either. But I have my markers.
Summer officially starts when I wear my Rainbow sandals for the first time. Fall officially starts when the snowboard blowout sales start up. Winter begins with the hoodie-clad walks and the first sightings of Starbucks’ red cups. Spring starts with the closing of the first ski resort in Colorado.
BUT there is an amorphous twilight-zonesque gap between summer and fall. Students are back in school but the amusement parks are still in full swing. Department stores are selling scarves but the sun is still beating down. I have fresh snowboard still in the plastic and there is not even a kiss of a chill in the air.
This Hell on Earth I call, Sumtum.
So as we approach Labor Day, let us eek out the last bits of this sweet time leaning towards our glorious sun and prepare for Jack-o-lanterns in grocery stores two months before a leaf falls off a tree. Let us brace ourselves for inevitable Macy’s commercials starring weird toothy models in chunky sweaters playfully kicking up fake leaves in front of endless whitespace back drops. Let us settle in to the longest part of the year and pray for a decent base on the Front Range mountains.
Lasse Gjertsen creates the universe that I would love to live in. In this 12 minute short, he addresses the idea of living your life and having the choice to relive it. I won’t say what I took from it but this is worth the quarter of an hour to watch this. Not only is it aesthetically brilliant but it is touching and inspiring.
This makes me simultaneously want to got to London, buy a really expensive tilt-shift lens, and play with toys.
High on London by Matt Godsen and Rob Rackstraw on from the top of the Paramount Restaurant. They say this was done with 12 hours of footage. On one blog, some jackass tried to blast it saying that it was all fake tilt-shifted. Whatever. Even if it was it looks rad.