you on facebook?
we could talk about the music business, walk, talk, do a little pee pee on. some kind of fantasy, that nobody else understands
Kristen sometimes you gotta learn to suck a little dick, gurl. you wrong, and your fire gets me off ;)
Jake makes me do music things. I love Bobby too. Do you have a number in the telephone book i can call to chat with you guys about cool music.
I'll be at guitar center all day testing out my new riffs, stop by to hang if you guys like to roll with bros and grab lunch and do drugs. Cool dudes.
p.s. Davy can cum too!
Dudes! Bobby and Jake lets hang out sometimes, I really need some friends and you dudezz seem like we have the same music taste, i could take next week and start when Chad posts something about a stupidest bandz ever then i can says that he never writes about my bands neither! Cool, so see you at smiths olde bar this weekend, or would you ratherr the 5 spot?
wah wah wah, generic creative loafing blog music comment. blah blah blah, theres bands that arent getting written about. no one knows of the great holy grail of music that is undiscovered in atlanta, because creative loafing wont write about them, and they will never get famous cause chad discriminates.
Jesus Christ. You and everyone of your music buddies are a bunch of utter pussies. Totally peepeeing in your desk chair by the computer listening to your old bands demo.
Who gives a fuck about musicians in atlanta, go out into the world and get recognized if you are so upset about it, rather than opening up a gushing over a tissue box here because you got your college degree instead of following your musical dreams.
Journalists tell the stories they are told, perhaps the problem is not the rag you choose to read your "dirty laundry". Perhaps it's the silly bands fault for telling the journalist a pointless story in the first place.
I'm not sure why "no." is so upset about. Creative Loafing is a LOCAL newspaper, for free. In the reality TV demanded age, is there any room for people to criticize "journalism". Come on these people don't even get paid enough.
Also if you are discontent with being a lo-fi beach party band, don't name your band mermaids and release and album called tropsicle at the climax of that very trend.
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