Well the obvious thing to say would be that Little Joy brings me a certain amount of happiness that I suppose could be construed as small, but seriously, you should give them a listen because they sound like everything I want to hear right now…
11:30 PM. I’m still at work because someone in the studio is a dildo and made a very simple task quite annoying. I don’t really want to drive home in the rain (there’s no windows in this edit bay but this is what I’m being told). I wanted to be home already. If Hath’s Tumblr was still logged in on this computer I’d upload a picture of Goatse to it. Pissin’ me off.
Sorry to hear you are still there. Thanks again for not posting grossness to my tumblr. Would you like the day off tomorrow as your reward?
Hathaway you left your Tumblr logged in on the edit bay computer. I won’t write anything mean today though. This is just a friendly note reminding you to log off so I’m not tempted to write anything mean on your Tumblr. -Dan
“People worry about kids playing with guns, and teenagers watching violent videos; we are scared that some sort of culture of violence will take them over. Nobodies worried about kids listening to thousands - literally thousands - of songs about broken hearts and rejection and pain and misery and loss.”—Nick Hornby (via everybodycares)
Celebrity Siting (has appeared on The Soup edition)
Driving down Washington Blvd between LaBrea & Crenshaw, Michael Rappaport seen shooting a movie scene (most likely, cause it was being shot on film). Michael appeared in The Soup 103rd episode Special. He was a dick.
An Horse is an Australian two-piece consisting of Kate Cooper (guitar/vocals) and Damon Cox (drums/back up vocals), kind of a reverse White Stripes. An Horse was born when Kate and Damon worked in a Brisbane record store, which the two of them used as practice space after hours. The band’s name comes from a sweater one of Kate’s friends made with “An Horse” on it. The friend thought it was grammatically correct, and it was…once.
Sara Quin of Tegan and Sara ‘discovered’ An Horse while in Australia, and brought the band to the States to open for them. Ben Gibbard of Death Cab for Cutie would only tour Australia if An Horse would open, and even NPR recently did a story on them.
I love An Horse’s indie pop/punk sound and energy. Kate’s voice is raw which allows her Australian accent to shine through. I find that quality endearing; contributing to An Horse’s sound and uniqueness.
They’ve been touring the states since October, and they’ll be playing Maxwell’s on Friday and Bell House in Brooklyn this Saturday. An Horse’s debut album Rearranged Beds will be out March 17th on mom and pop music.