look, it's that one Adam dude from the podcast.
--- Catching up
this week I popped in over at The Trapp Door for SLUG's 20th
Anniversary party. With several alumni and many more readers and
fans around for festivities, the night was kicked off hard with
Patrick Bogdanich and Sarah De Azevedo leading the charge. Movie
podcaster extraordinaire Adam Sherlock took charge with a fine set
from The Hell Press, followed up by the somewhat reunited Fucktards,
who looked as if they broke up three songs in only to reunite and
finish off the evening. Very fitting way to top off two decades.
a sidenote for me, had to buy myself a new record player. For you
younger folk, that was the format before those shiny things you call
CD's. The old 1970's Sanyo GTX that was sitting in my place shorted
out, which is an understatement to say the least. Last time I ever
saw purple smoke was when my grandfather's old Philco keeled over and
sent a mushroom cloud out the back, so I knew this thing was dead.
Found myself a new one via Chris & Anna at Slowtrain, Nice and
simplistic, plays like a charm. Now I need to start my vinyl
collection all over again.
Not much for updates around the
city this week, other than The Free Speech Zone will be having its
grand reopening soon. I wasn't able to get information on it in
time, but be on the lookout over the next couple of weeks for their
downtown location to open up full force. The calendar will be
updated for most of March over the weekend, including added SCA and
gaming tournaments, not to mention a slew of concerts and shows on
On interviews, coming the next week will be chats
with Sugar Post, Positively 4th
Street Music (not
Practice, thankfully), Tales On Tape, and a few other surprises the
week following including artist Stephanie Swift and Andy Patterson. Not everything is set in stone, but March looks like
an awesome month ahead. As always, we'll see what happens.