goldfish need music too. this one's taste is ultra-refined. only the best for the fattest fish around. read the blog. we'll drag you through concerts, websites, new music reviews and the same shit you read everywhere else. except here, we're ruled by a creature whose memory is three seconds long. it's a tough swim.
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- Artist Interview: Justin of Birdmonster
- Band Of Horses @ Maxwell's, NJ - 6.17
- stories and times from our trialing travels in NYC...
- ciao for the weekend..
- The Long Winters - Putting The Days To Bed :: Revi...
- no friends?
- some Mints, some Octopi, some Figurines, and some ...
- mp3 trouble
- Starlight Mints & The Octopus Project @ Middle Eas...
- MusicGremlin. new technology for flopping.
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Thursday, June 22, 2006
stuff and stuff.
not quite sure why i'm not sleeping right now. i feel a little like Brooklyn Vegan - only without the out of control reader traffic. i think the post i just linked you to was at 4:37 am yesterday. if i'm still awake in two and a half hours, i don't want to be me tomorrow.
oh, man. fuck everything. i'm going to bed.
have you read our interview with Justin? scroll down.
NOTE: as much as toaster loves free music, he'd like to encourage you to buy the cds of the artists you enjoy. he'd also like to remind you that any music hosted by or linked to from this page is property of its respective owners, so if that's you and you'd like it to not be here, just let us know.
READ ME: if files are not working properly upon opening or saving [ex: unknown file type], make sure that there is a .mp3 at the end of the filename, and all will be well.
also: all files posted will only remain available for two to three weeks. if you find something in an old post that you'd really like to hear, tell us.
be our god damn myspace friend. damn it.
love for these blogs
magazine style (no fins required to flip pages)
buy stuff, look around, find things...
because radio sucks everywhere else