He is a highly evolved member of society.
He was once a Poet Laureate of some midwest state/city/province.
I have seen this man jump off balconies to avoid police officers.
I have also seen him buy and consume 'NRG Alcoholic Beverage.'
This is some of the work he perpetuates:
When we decide to do something with our lives, I will show you more.
Last Thursday, a new house sprang up in Seattle. It's a little east of Green Lake, read: An area that does not have shows. The house is called Lost and Sound, and for their first show, this seems to be a nice bench mark, a high bar that I'm excited to see where it goes.
The line up was just two acts. Universal Studios Florida and Gobble, Gobble.
I did you a favor, and got a couple of siick recordings for your ear's sweet tooth.
The Myelin Sheaths were in Seattle for a few hours to hang out and give CMR some of the records that just came out. We went to Sonic Boom, ate pizza, and smoked hella cigs, then they had to split up to Vancouver to play with Student Teacher and Timecopz. It is seriously an amazingly great record!!! No biased opinion.
So I assume you know our moniker is "We have more fun than money' which is true, so record buying has been slowing down lately, but finally got our hands on a new record. The new TYVEK - "Nothing Fits"- It's like good vintage 2007 Tyvek, and less like their previous followups that were kinda mediocre. This one kills though.
Here is a samsung cellphone photo of CMR's show at Arabica Lounge. Go check it out if you're on Capital Hill in Seattle. In it is a drawing he did when he was 18, and his very first poster in 2006! Been so long.
CMR is in a show tonight!The opening Nov 4, 6-9pm at Tether. There will be a Cajun band playing from about 7-8:30pm + a silent auction for three prints by former UW professor Michael Spafford ending at 9pm. Please forward the invite to anyone you think is interested.
It is organized along with BiLocal- a company that is bringing together visual artists from Seattle including Jeff Kleinsmith, Chelsea Conboy, and some other radical designers paired with New Orleans' Writers.