Saw this poster in Montreal. Now that’s a show I would like to have attended. Alas, was in town about a month too late. Didn’t actually see any music while there (unless you count one night at a karaoke place).

Saw this poster in Montreal. Now that’s a show I would like to have attended. Alas, was in town about a month too late. Didn’t actually see any music while there (unless you count one night at a karaoke place).


East Coast Family: 1-4-All-4-1 (1992)

Mentioned singing Poison at a karaoke event that I help organize to my friend Claire and she relayed the fun fact that Yvette Nicole Brown — Shirley on Community — was part of the East Coast Family. Well, that sent me to YouTube and this video. And, wow.

"Whytgize"

Just wow.


Simple little improvisation that my friend Amar and I recorded a while back.

Haven’t been making much music lately. Hoping that will change sometime soon(-ish).


Europa Europa and The Knife: För alla namn vi inte får använda (2014)

För alla namn vi inte får använda” a single from Europa Europa — an antinational cabaret about migration politics by the art group Ful with music by The Knife.

Why do we build walls against heroes? With the cabaret Europa Europa and the song and music video “För alla namn vi inte får använda” by Europa Europa and The Knife we want to praise all those hundreds of thousands of people who defy the cameras, the deadly waters, the barbed wire, the violence and the compact political resistance, and make it across the external and internal borders of Europe every year.

(Also, have you heard Shaken-Up Versions? So good.)


Kyary Pamyu Pamyu: Kira Kira Killer (2014)

!!!

(Source: kyarychan)


Agender: Mani Pedi (2013)

Playing in Los Angeles at La Cita this Friday.


TKA: Louder Than Love (1991)

Some really great synth sounds in this song.

(Also: butts, if that’s your thing.)


Cinema John trailer (2014)

I really hope this is still in theaters when I am in Tokyo.


Kiesza: Hideaway (2014)

Yeah, I’m feeling this.


Japanese Concert Info

I know I have at least a few followers here that are either Japanese or living in Japan…. So, I’m planning a trip to Japan (mostly Tokyo) in late July and notice that Charisma.com is performing during the time I plan to be there. I’d like to go (assuming it’s not sold out).

So my question is: what do I need to know about buying tickets to a show in Tokyo? Via Google Translate, the ticketing site looked like neither of the usual options I would choose here in the States, print tickets at home nor ”will call” (where basically you just get onto a list at the door), were options. Not sure if this was just a translation issue or if they simply don’t do it the same way in Japan. I speak zero Japanese, unfortunately. Anyway, yeah, can someone help with some info?



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