You might want to take a look at some of the photos I have been posting up.
Oh my goodness, they bring back a lot of memories!
That photo of Sean was taken at the show in what used to be Mojama on Sauchiehall St, right? That was a horrendous bar, but the floor space was perfect for a show. If my memory serves me well, that was also the show that a whole load of CDs got stolen from the distro box and everyone was furious. Seriously, who robs a band/show like that?
I still have the Offside demo, 2 different copies of the Violent Response demo (because the covers were hand-drawn and hilarious), the Motionfest DVD, The Fight Back demo with the Family Guy cover and the fold out lyrics sheet with the boxing match on it… man, I am so glad I’m a hoarder and kept all of those.
Good on you for taking these in the first place and for keeping them too!
Oh, and I also still have a copy of Gav’s hardcore zine. SHIIIT.
hey, nice looking pic on the machine drum cover! i was browsing and though, wait a minute, i have seen her before!
Haha yeah, I’ve been getting that. Some guy from Paris has messaged me a couple times, he thinks I am Machinedrum. You checked out the record? It’s dooope! The photography was done by this fine lady http://www.christinakernohan.com/
“I look back and am amazed that my thoughts were so clear and true, that three words went through my mind endlessly, repeating themselves like a broken record: you’re so cool, you’re so cool, you’re so cool.”—True Romance
“The use of our intelligence quite properly gives us pleasure. In this respect the brain is like a muscle. When we think well, we feel good. Understanding is a kind of ecstasy.”—Dr. Carl Sagan (via styleandsubstance)
Satoshi Kon, the director of anime movies Perfect Blue, Tokyo Godfathers, Millenium Actress and Paprika, as well as the TV series Paranoia Agent, died on Tuesday, August 24th at the age of 46. (NY Times obituary.) He left behind a rambling but extraordinary document, which his family has posthumously posted on his blog.