I think you’ll like this Bobby Long video of “Penance Fire Blues” from SXSW in Austin on 3/14/13. Maggie Mae’s Rooftop, front row, zoomed in so you can see the sweat. Good times with my besties :))
If you like concert videos, I really like getting CLOSE. My YouTube channel is chock-full of Britpack and other great live videos, including Ed Sheeran, Haim, Iron & Wine, Bon Iver, Of Monsters and Men…
I invite you to visit! http://www.youtube.com/user/frayo86
Also follow my music tumblr http://tunesntoursbytiybor.tumblr.com/ and twitter @tunesntours.
I keep seeing all those shitty t-shirts around the net of Kristen saying she’s a slut or a trampire and it makes me really mad knowing that there are people out there who actually consider buying them.
So to bring some peace and light into this cruel and dark world, I created my first Kristen Stewart t-shirt for the fans and supporters.
Click here to buy one.
LWLies 43 - The making of the LWLies scroll (14 photos)In the spirit of Jack Kerouac’s iconic Beat novel, the entire features section of our On the Road issue was typewritten and hand-illustrated onto a single scroll on August 10, 2012. See the full result in LWLies 43 - on sale August 23.
Happy Friday from SXSW! Michael Kiwanuka hit the Radio Day Stage on Wednesday afternoon and was the first act that Bestie and I saw. There was a large crowd on hand… perhaps because one of the most buzz-y bands of the week was following him (Alabama Shakes), but there was much enthusiasm for his set.
He’s a Brit, and he’s with Communion Records. Check out his site here: http://michaelkiwanuka.com/
Did I just use “SXSW” as a verb? Yes… yes I did!
I will (hopefully, technology willing) be live and almost-live blogging with pics, videos, and musings from Austin, Texas in a few short days! Follow these links:
YouTube videos will come up first and then later be incorporated into posterous posts which will simultaneously post a link on tumblr.
This will be my second year in a row at SXSW. Bestie and I are excited to revisit some venues that impressed last year as well as explore some new ones! And, as you know, I’m partial to British musicians… ;D
KONY 2012 is a film and campaign by Invisible Children that aims to make Joseph Kony famous, not to celebrate him, but to raise support for his arrest and set a precedent for international justice.
Highly recommend watching this video:
Re-blog to raise awareness!