those are dog paw-prints in beer
Jeff Rackley developed a plug-in that will put the eyedrum "room" on any recording. he said, if it doesn't sound like it was recorded at eyedrum, he can make it sound that way. the music archive:http://bit.ly/9aHnu3 is eyedrum's best kept secret. Ripe recordings of Shipping News, Maserati, and Ted Leo in 2001! Even Har Mar Superstar's first Atlanta show is recorded, but that one is best seen.
eyedrum bathroom has its own blog,
tales from the eyedrum toilet...!
randy castello is a kind hearted, generous, loving, and caring person, perhaps to a fault. if you know randy, he's most likely hooked you up in some way or other. he probably gave you a show, or a benefit, or bought you a drink, or made you money, gave you a cigarette, made you dinner, or made you laugh, or entertained you, or made you excited about something. randy has no matierial possesions and likes it that way. he is community minded, for real, and wants nothing for himself and everything for the art and music scene. he is the real deal and this is why he is so special to the ATL.
for years randy has been handling the mjq website, creating the calendars, booking shows, making fliers, promoting the events... all for less than your average cell phone bill. he just realized how bad he's been taken by MJQ, and he's currently PISSED, and dealing with the crushing reality of how selfish and greedy some folks are. in fact, MJQ has not even paid Tight Bros for the Questlove show he brought to the club, after he worked hard to get it in place. That's just bad business.
I met Randy at MJQ in late 1995 and we've been partners ever since. I used to think I owed that place a lot for the good vibes and great people. What the hell happened?
We're lucky to have Randy here making shit happen and spreading the love.
Nisa Asokan - the other Tight Bro
Creative Loafing Atlanta
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