There have been several 24-bit DVD sources which is excellent due to the quality over ye ole’ 16-bit CD’s. Etree should encourage 24-bit only IMO as the purity of the seed is very important. 24-bit recordings include the Flaming Lips, Lake Trout, and Pnuma Trio which all came from sleepypedro of tapers.org. Big shout out to him. If you want any of these sources, I am always up for a B&P, just ask. Anyway, lets see what sources I have added to the stash…
I traveled down to Fort Lauderdale for the fourth Langerado Music Festival. Truely one of the most supreme concert trips I have ever taken. Shouts to everyone I saw, you know who you are, and all my friends. Esp the core. You crazy bisco kids, I love y’all. Anyway, ‘nuf blabering, what did I get to catch:
Johny Sketch and the Dirty Notes
Hot Buttered Rum
Late: Disco Biscuits
The Flaming Lips
Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals
Late: Umphrey’s McGee
G.Love and Special Sauce
Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra
Robert Randolph and The Family Band
The Black Crowes
Late: Conspirator with Brothers Past
I’ll do a better review later.
Wake up and rage! This shit was not flacid.
Yes it’s time for a geek post. Since I was a little child, I have always appreciated a good PC game. Having acquired quite a large library of PC games I think I am qualified to recommend games.
That being said, lets talk about Galactic Civilizations II, a turn based strategy game from the independent developer Stardock Systems. What we have here is a genuine 4X strategy that aspires to be fun and intuitive like Civilization 4 in borrowing some new interface designs. The game is available for download directly or in stores. I am unsure if it is at Best Buy or EB Games here in the ‘ville just yet (course your know Gamestop doesn’t have it as their PC selection sucks). I will post up some more impressions as I get further into the game however, I urge anyone who loves a good strategy game to check this one out.
These are shows that I am interested in or think someone else might be.Â The list is incomplete and bias.Â Furthermore, I will try to update this through the week as I am tired of getting caught off guard.Â Later on I will post up, notable upcoming stuff past this week.Â Enjoy!
- Scot Sax @ Starr Hill, Doors: 9:00 PM
- Calf Mountain Jam @ Gravity Lounge: 8:00 PM
- HEM, Ben Weaver @ Starr Hill, Doors:Â 8:00 PM
So I went to see quite a bit of music last year. This year is looking good too. Here is a list of most of the shows I saw in 2005
Year in Review:
- Dirty Dozen Brass Band 2/10/2005
- Gov’t Mule 2/20/2005
- Particle 3/3/2005
- Mofro 4/10/2005
- The Codetalkers 4/15/2005
- Widespread Panic 4/20/2005
- Hydra with Mickey Hart & Particle 4/24/2005
- Benevento/Russo Duo w/ Mike Gordon 4/27/2005
- Benevento/Russo Duo w/ Mike Gordon 4/28/2005
- Widespread Panic 5/7/2005
- Haymaker Festival 5/20/2005 & 5/21/2005
- Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe 6/10/2005
- Big Summer Classic 7/15/2005
- Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe 7/27/2005
- Sam Bush 9/9/2005
- Particle 9/19/2005
- Widespread Panic 9/20/2005
- Particle 9/20/2005
- Tea Leaf Green 09/22/2005
- Allman Brothers Band 09/28/2005
- Keller Williams 10/02/2005
- The Rolling Stones 10/6/2005
- Railroad Earth 10/13/2005
- Leo Kottke and Mike Gordon 11/1/2005
- Galactic 11/14/2005
- Benevento/Russo Duo 11/16/2005
- JackAss Flats & Special Ed and The Shortbus Bluegrass Band 12/02/2005
- Benevento/Russo Duo w/ Mike Gordon 12/27/2005
- Hackensaw Boys 12/31/2005
Which was my favorite?Â Benevento/Russo Duo w/ Mike Gordon 12/27/2005
Yes, it has happened. The page is going to blog format. Hopefully it will be for the better. I am working on a better theme. It should be simple, yet with style. You know how it goes. Wanna see old joekiller.com pages?
I believe this will work well.