Thursday, December 2, 2010

It's T-Shirt Tiiiiiime!


Jersey Shore is such a guilty pleasure. Except maybe without the guilty part.

DJ Pauly D is my DJing idol. I wish I could be like him.

(Ooooh tricky, where does the sarcasm start and where does it end with this post?!)

Night Demons vs. Gym Bunnies.

You know what is a really awful feeling? When you're walking home after a night out, the sun is just coming up, and you're being passed by early morning joggers.

I feel the judgement emanating from those lycra-clad gym bunnies.

It's an even worse feeling than when the lights come on at the bar and you know it's their not-so-subtle hint that it's time for you to go home. But sometimes going home isn't an option. There's more dancing to be had and more discussions about pop music waiting for you back at a friend's flat.

"Bacon and Egg McMuffin please."

When those joggers pass me walking down K Rd, with my scruffy hair and smudged eyeliner, it makes me want to hide behind my coat and melodramatically shout "Don't look at me!" It makes me feel like a demon of the night. Demons don't do daylight.

The only way to deal with that situation is to remember that there was a very good reason for staying out that late (pop music is always a good reason), and that soon you will be in the comfort of bed.


Wednesday, December 1, 2010








urban outfitters 3

good friends, good books, good rooftops, good clothes, good feeds.

all good.

Red Falcon at Big Day Out


So that blurb we had to write the other day for Red Falcon? We have been asked to DJ at Big Day Out! Crazers.

Photographic proof:


There we are, right down the end (the most important people are at the end, obvs.) of Big Day Out's second line-up announcement just before Andrew Tidball.

Does this mean we are legit DJs now? Is it time to make a Facebook fan page? Should we start thinking about crazy costumes or headgear (a la Daft Punk and DeadMau5)?

Synchronised dance moves? We've already got those down... there's the fist pump move and the finger point move.

We're playing a set in the Silent Disco for an hour, which is great because we have never wanted to take this whole DJing thing seriously, so that suits our sense of humour perfectly.

There are two sets of DJs playing at a time, so if no one is dancing to our music, hopefully we will never notice. We'll be dancing anyway.

Most importantly though: will we get catering? Access All Areas passes?