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My buddy Austin Cesear got his track featured in this mix. Big ups!

The death of your own will never be mitigated by the killing of innocent people

too much pain in the world right now


sp-404 + electribe + micron

here she is again on the internet

sp-404 + electribe + micron

here she is again on the internet

This is one of my cats named Callie because she’s calico. She’s lives in our garage and we don’t know exactly how old she is but we think it’s around 20 (I think she’s older). She used to be really mean but extremely keen when I was younger but now in her retirement she has become really sweet, will lick your hand and occasionally make techno patterns through an old bass amp between the car and storage. 

This is one of my cats named Callie because she’s calico. She’s lives in our garage and we don’t know exactly how old she is but we think it’s around 20 (I think she’s older). She used to be really mean but extremely keen when I was younger but now in her retirement she has become really sweet, will lick your hand and occasionally make techno patterns through an old bass amp between the car and storage. 

here’s a tease

"Space Gum"

I competed in Beat Cinema a week ago. I didn’t get past the first round but I’m proud of the song I played. I’ve been sitting on a lot of new material and will be releasing new songs for my new project the Bixler-Orion Sound System (B.O.S.S.)

Expect new tunes/videos soon.

bas qui at

bas qui at

early-onset-of-night:

Today, the last original member of the Ramones passed away. Johnny, Joey, Dee Dee, and now Tommy.
Jesus.
RIP Tommy Ramone :(
Thank you, all of you, for existing briefly and making me happy with your music. I couldn’t have done it without you guys.

RIP

early-onset-of-night:

Today, the last original member of the Ramones passed away. Johnny, Joey, Dee Dee, and now Tommy.

Jesus.

RIP Tommy Ramone :(

Thank you, all of you, for existing briefly and making me happy with your music. I couldn’t have done it without you guys.

RIP

Femmes Noirs at Film Forum in New York CIty- "Hollywood’s Dangerous Dames" - July 18th - August 7th, 2014

Opening with “The Postman Always Rings Twice” (1946) and “Mildred Pierce” (1945) as a double bill on Friday, July 18th and continuing through August 7th with such gems as “Leave Her To Heaven” (1945), “Out Of The Past” (1947), “The Killers” (1946), “Gilda” (1946), “The Lady From Shanghai” (1948), “Scarlet Street” (1945), “Pandora’s Box” (1929), “The Maltese Falcon” (1941) and many more - several of them are double bills.

Click here for full schedule and more info;  http://filmforum.org/series/femmes-noirs-series-page

Film Forum is located at 209 W. Huston Street, W. of 6th Avenue in New York City

Box office (212) 727-8110

Admission is $13.00 for each screening, and $7.50 for Film Forum members

Out of the Past was amazing. The Killers was weird, the presentation of the plot was just too disjunct for me. Great soundtrack though