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Archive for May, 2008

6pk-06b: New Music Friday

by on May.30, 2008, under Podcast, TLP-6pk

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Sharing the Hate, Spreading the Pain: On Drifting

by on May.29, 2008, under Articles, Sharing the Hate

When rolling on the tumultuous waves one has quite a bit of time on their hands. There is time to stare into the water and take in a reflection. A reflection of how one sees themselves against the currents and tides. There is time to be at one with nature and the surrounding environment. There is time to plot a course, and stay true to that course with the tools at hand such as paddle, sail, map, and compass. There is a whole lot of time, because as per the usual time is standing still as I continue to move forward.

Cupping the water gently up to my lips, the water tastes of despair. Despair tastes very bitter. Bitter is one of the tastes the tongue can specifically differentiate when tasting food such as salts, sours, and sweets. Bitter supposedly triggers a response in the brain that one should not eat the food since it is poisonous. (continue reading…)

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6pk-06a: LPM – The NorthEast Region

by on May.28, 2008, under Podcast, TLP-6pk

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No One and a Half: Short-Term Memory

by on May.26, 2008, under Articles, No One and a Half

Scribed by Jason Firestone.

Venue Owner: Whats up guys! Thanks for playing last night! That was a great show! Hey do you think you could play here again September 24th? I’m trying to set up a good show for then and you guys would be great for it.
Band: Hell yeah, we’re all down for that. Mark us down!
Owner: Awesome, looking forward to it! And remember to keep bringing alcoholics! We can’t make any money off of Red Bull and Coke. Especially with the economy the way it is and everything.
Band: Yeah yeah yeah, we know, we know.

A few weeks pass… (continue reading…)

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6pk-069: Ethereal Friday

by on May.23, 2008, under Podcast, TLP-6pk

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Sharing the Hate, Spreading the Pain: On Crashing Waves

by on May.22, 2008, under Articles, Sharing the Hate

I hear the waves crashing in the distance. These waves, powered by the gravitational force of the moon are always at high tide. The high tide occasionally rises higher, but one would never call the valley low tide if it were higher than it was yesterday. The water still rises, and with the rising water comes the need to build a bigger wall. We all protect ourselves with our self-made walls. Some walls are tall and thin, others are short and thick. Still yet, others are tall and thick. Typically, the less one has to protect the bigger and thicker the wall is. What possibly could a human maggot try to protect within the confines of their barrier wall?

Your construction of that wall will give more away to the trained eye than what you are trying to protect. (continue reading…)

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The Hunger: A Series of Horror: Pt. 14

by on May.21, 2008, under Articles, The Hunger

 

Envisioned by Dan.

Jason and Kristina both heard the door slam shut behind them, to Jason it sounded like finality, he knew the trap had sprung and he cursed himself for knowingly walking into it. All lights and sounds had extinguished the moment they had crossed the threshold but despite that Jason could sense that there were a fair amount of people in front of them. None of them made a sound, none of them moved a muscle.

Without thinking, (continue reading…)

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6pk-068: LPM – The West Region

by on May.21, 2008, under Podcast, TLP-6pk

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No One and a Half: Types of Local Music Fans, pt. 1

by on May.19, 2008, under Articles, No One and a Half

Scribed by Jason Firestone.

I think we can all agree that the average music listener is a (continue reading…)

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6pk-067: Split Tail Friday

by on May.16, 2008, under Podcast, TLP-6pk

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