July 31, 2007
sandwich condiment artist: Emily Stanford

80 kingpen

July 24, 2007

www.geocities.com/ae86drift@swbell.net-celebrate..

initiatevicks

Andrew’s Gift..

new on viva

tonight’s acidlivingroom viva-radio broadcast (10pm viva-radio.com) will be featuring the artist Make Believe Bombs to Blow Up Make Believe Worlds, and his entire 30 minute album, Welcome Home Stranger! Traveler!  Just go to viva-radio.com at 10 tonight and listen to our eleventh show, entitled “elves innous”.  (or check it out at anytime streaming afterwards)  We need submissions!  send your homemade love for sounds / music / thought to acidlivingroom@lation.org

July 23, 2007

save a tree, build a campfire

July 18, 2007

wogasin = stuff
harness nathanson, the degree of reday
celebrate yurt camps

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July 13, 2007

all we know = all we do
look at lation.org

July 11, 2007
sauce books

ok o ok ok

July 10, 2007

THEM NATIVES, MURPHY BROWN SOLO SHOW, OICHO KABU, YELLOW CRYSTAL STAR, APOSTLES OF NORMALITY, BROWN SWARM
TONIGHT !!! 10 PM!!!!!!

http://www.viva-radio.com/acidlivingroom

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July 8, 2007

http://www.lation.org/revelation/wp-content/uploads/2007/07/darbcakes.jpg

butter tralis

degrees

yob house

July 3, 2007
degree

find a goat.. make him swallow.. knock down a tree.. burn a model.. eat hemp seed or eat a pig? Go find Yurt and hopefully he lives… Describe how to transcribe sauce.. download information at lation.org then listen to goat noises

freak out at 4:30 in the morning
read a book
tell a story to your cat
talk to people who don’t care

July 1, 2007
lational security

Thursday, June 28, 2007, the dead hippies played at Race St. in Charleston, SC, with Gaybomb , Yellow Crystal Star (Tallahasee, FL), and The Ear Is the Brain (Tallahasee, FL). Gaybomb extracted audio from airplane ticket looking ‘cartridges’ through his two beautiful card readers. Using many different samples and quick manipulation the sounds ranged from a danceable rhythmic undertone to high pitched scratching noises. The Ear Is the Brain made his guitar holler all the while sporting a butcher’s apron and echolalic voicings. Most interestingly he took DNA samples from the crowd and laid them on a scanner thus keeping a record of the genetic makeup of the show. “These things, and their clinkity cling clings, I don’t think I’m going to need them much longer” he said. Mark (Yellow Crystal Star) displayed a film of his on two televisions while creating a bed of planned and improvised drone guitar. Even with your eyes closed you could still see the films. Ranging from smooth reverb/delay to piercing wah his set yanked at the full spectrum of emotion. The films themselves very lo-fi, but informational and mysterious too. Themed around a circle, time, and even a murder plot. That night I learned so much and left thinking that I could write a book, paint a picture, or record a song. Thanks Mark, Krishna, Jake, Andrew, and others for making the night go swimmingly.