Showing posts from February, 2011

Boogie with The Boogieman Jordon Daniel.

Did you ever wonder what the cool kids did at their house parties? You imagined it to be like a jam session in the living room where people were smoking cigarettes, and drinkin' Olde English straight from the bottle. People were making out, and a bear was playing the bass. In a back room the crazy guy spits his beer on people as they try to talk about bands you've never heard of before, and at the end of the night everyone takes their clothes off for a sweaty dance party. Is this what you pictured?

Well if this is the case then you need to witness the new music video for The Boogieman Jordon Daniel's song 'No Axe To Grind' and all your realizations will be realized. Shot in a Vancouver house, with his Vancouver friends it's a real sharp video.

Back in April of last year the first bar show I ever put on and promoted in this city had The Boogieman as the headlining act. Between him and the door girl was the reason we made some serious coin that night. She didn…

A Joyce Collingwood double shot.

So apparently counting down my top ten favourite shows of the year burnt me out on this blog, but it's time to pick it up again! Seeing as it mainly consists of copying and pasting old articles that I have written it shouldn't be too hard to keep it up.

This time I bring you an interview I did with the singer from Joyce Collingwood that ran in The Skinny Magazine about a year ago, and I will do it justice by altering the last question about future plans to keep you in the know about their big plans for tomorrow night!

Because I hate browsing the internet trying to find pictures of the band or posters of the upcoming gig, I'm just going to pull one out of my own personal collection. It's a shot of me and Juli. As you can see she is pretty bad ass, and I am not. But it's just so you get an idea of who I was speaking to.

And on a side note: WOW, I've just read the opening paragraph of this interview for the first time in a long time, and wow. What was I thinking? …