Procrastination has failed me..yet again!

New band site and our May 10th show

Hi all -
With the help from a dear friend, our new band website is up and is looking very good. Please feel free to check it out and sign up for our mailing list.

We'll be posting video interviews in the next few months and some surprises so please bookmark the site and keep checking.

Yesterday afternoon we played at the "Wayfarers of the Gypsy mansion" event which was held at the Little Red Studio in Seattle.
Thanks to the promoters of the show. This was such a nice change from the usual club gig.
We introduced two new songs to rock out the set with.
Euphoria Astray and Hypatia. Both seemed to be received well and generated some nice compliments. :)

We had merchandise to sell (finally) including T-Shirts, Buttons and Stickers. We'll be looking to sell T-Shirts online so please check out the new sites store. (Coming soon)

Thanks to all for coming out and we'll see you soon.

And now - The Jam.....let's rock!

Take that Believers!!!!

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Dumbest quote from yet another journalist suggesting a deceptive connection.

Taken from

13 facts about Friday the 13th.

"13. The seals on the back of a dollar bill include 13 steps on the pyramid, 13 stars above the eagle's head, 13 war arrows in the eagle's claw and 13 leaves on the olive branch. So far there's been no evidence tying these long-ago design decisions to the present economic situation. "


Blackbird Orchestra @ the Jules Maes Saloon this Friday

There will be some amazing music happening that night. Don't miss it.

This Friday @ the Rendezvous

We'd love to see you there. 5 dollar cover charge...THAT'S ALL! ...starts @ 10pm.

First dumb fuck move of 2009 award goes to...


"SEATTLE - A man dressed in a World War II German military uniform was shot several times by Seattle police when he pointed a bayonet-style military rifle at officers during a bizarre incident early Thursday morning. "

More -

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Some video of seattle in 1956-57. Downtown looks like downtown, just less people. 

NORAD tracking Santa since 1958
This is cute -

NORAD officials are hesitant to list all the potential sites Santa will visit with certainty.

"Historically, Santa has loved the Great Wall of China. He loves the (Space) Needle in Seattle. He of course loves the Eiffel Tower," Reddish said. "But his path is completely unpredictable, so we won't know."

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No we cant.....

Just kidding :)


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