Quick thoughts back/forward: 1. Darwin’s ability to drink four glasses of Denny's Cherry Coke, then top it off with a blue Gatorade, and not need to pee is a biological anomaly. 2. Driving these mountain passes this time of year at night makes for tense mobile times. 3. Getting to watch Champagne Champagne every night was a highlight. Their sound, and their combination are huge, and excavative. King Tut’s tomb lies deep within the neuron coated lobe folds of Sir Thomas Gray’s head. A voice that chisels is his, carving and cutting hard material such as wood, stone, metal, and various forms of Earth. Mixed with Pearl Dragon, the slitherer, the combo lifts. Champagne Champagne posits soundwave diesel engines into the hearing air. They are, in my opinion, one of, if not the best thing going right now around these parts. Mark Gajadhar is infiltrating with more and more guitar. In Reno, he hopped on the drum kit, and diced it live. Multipronged Air Bender. More Gajadhar on drums, please. Their set is mostly newer stuff. And it goes off. This is a band that's primed. Two newer, unreleased Champagne tracks:
Champagne Champagne: "I Fell Through"
Champagne Champagne: "Four Horsemen"
Pictures and truckstop nymphs after the jump.
I followed this truck for three hours and had imaginary conversations with Kim: Meet me at the chalet for a swim and some cherries later. Let's feed hummingbirds and have expensive cheese on expensive crackers. Don't bring your Shake-Weight.
Champagne Horsemen: Scottsdale, AZ.
Sir Thomas 'Washing-Tone' Gray / Radjaw
Reno, NV: A Pearl is a hard object produced within the soft tissue (specifically the mantle) of a living shelled mollusk. Just like the shell of a mollusk, a pearl is made up of calcium carbonate in minute crystalline form, which has been deposited in concentric layers.
Someone's toothbrush is seeing bench seat crevice time. Totally disgusting.
Through P all deserts are possible. Also, as Douster from Argentina, entering all clubs is possible.
Vegas day after. Darwin's hangover: Beyond Balls, discovering a new meaning to black holes.