• Another Random Shuffle Thing

    Lug 1 2008, 20:01 di Blue_Bobs

    As you can probably tell, I am immensely bored.

    So, here goes.

    01. If I reached the top of Mount Everest, I would scream:
    Song: Nothing Came Out
    Artist: The Moldy Peaches
    Comment: Okay...or would it mean that I'd be so overwhelmed that I couldn't say anything?

    02. The next time I stand up in front of a group of people, I'll say:
    Song: Rocky Took A Lover
    Artist: Bell X1
    Comment: And they would think I was crazy.

    03. My favourite thing to say when drunk is:
    Song: Begging
    Artist: The Libertines
    Comment: People would think I was a drunk tramp of sorts. XD

    04. My message to the world is:
    Song: Missile
    Artist: IAMX
    Comment: Oh, yes. Watch out for those crazy things.

    05. When I think of my best friend I think:
    Song: Let's Not Shit Ourselves (To Love and to Be Loved)
    Artist: Bright Eyes
    Comment: An ode to Proactiveness.

    06. My deepest secret is:
    Song: Mockingbird
    Artist: The Libertines
    Comment: Do I have a hidden mockingbird somewhere?

  • Moments in which Time Disapears

    Apr 9 2007, 5:56 di Jon_Owen

    Thu 5 Apr – Music Now

    Saturday, April 8th, I arrive in Cincinnati with frosted windows and clear skies. A few hours of food searching around the city and waiting outside in the cold by the doors pass and the show begins.

    I first take a brief tour around the Memorial Hall, which turns out to be an amazing place, ornate yet enough simple to be home-like. Best described by my friend as "A place like the theater Abraham Lincoln got shot in", The Memorial Hall's stage area was a quaint rountunda shaped around with archways entering into the isles and exclusive seating. Sitting room, I happily accepted, and great lighting. An upper balcony glanced overhead semicircularly. The stage was small with an orchestra pit small pit only half a foot deeper than seating level and a stage about two feet higher than seating level. It was very personal, seeing as my friends and I were only 30 feet from the performers.