Monday, June 30, 2008

Magic Bullets

Magic Bullets from San Francisco played in my city last night. It was great. If you have never heard them before try to imagine what it would sound like if a band was the offspring of Altered Images, Orange Juice and The Smiths. And when I say that, I don't mean they are not original and unique. I mean that they take those influences and make a magic end result. Not only do we here at SK Blog HQ use the word perfect a lot, we use magic a lot too.

Anyway chack their shit if they come to your city. They won't disapoint you. There were less than 20 fools there last night and they made the room electric anyway. The most enthusiastic and happy group of 18 I've seen in a while.

Magic Bullets

Sunday, June 29, 2008

Record Shopping With Me

There's no reason why anyone would want to read this crap. So I'm warning you, if you don't want to read about my personal crap than maybe click away now. Because this is boring. SOOOO I had a ridiculous week buying records. It started off with my finding the Fang record, sure. Then I went crazy and bought all kinds more. Suicide's A Way Of Life (1988). Didn't expect this to be good. It is. It's not as good as the first two, but it's good. JJ Fad's Way Out 12". Party time bliss produced by Dr. Dre, Yella, Arabian Prince and Eazy-E. 'Nuff said. Slayer's Seasons In The Abyss. 1990 thrash magic. Nirvana's Sub Pop Sessions. Odd record on a label called Tupelo. It consists of different takes of songs from Bleach and singles of the Bleach era. The Fall's Hey Luciani! 12". One of my favorite bands during my favorite era. Beck's One Foot In The Grave. I am obsessed with K Records right now. This is on K and is recorded by K honcho/indie icon Calvin Johnson. Calvin Johnson sings on a song which I've posted below. It's good. And don't front on this shit. This ain't Midnite Vultures cheesy Beck bullshit. It's underground, lo-fi and very good. So that's that. Here's some of that shit.

The Fall "Hey Luciani!"

Hey! Luciani - The Fall

Slayer "Seasons In The Abyss"

Seasons in the Abyss - Slayer

JJ Fad "Way Out"

Way Out - JJ Fad

Beck / Calvin Johnson "Atmospheric Conditions"

Atmospheric Conditions - Beck

Saturday, June 28, 2008

Whorio Goes To Clown School

A total mystery. A big secret. Whorio Goes To Clown School. Brilliant punk magic. Listen to it. You'll never know who it is behind it. But get over it and love it even more hoser. (Actually it isn't that hard to figure out who it is.)

Whorio Goes To Clown School

ATP 2008, Kill Me Tomorrow

So I'm sure everyone's heard about this year's All Tomorrow Parties right? The Nightmare Before Christmas? On December 5, 6, 7 & 8? Well it's being currated by Mike Patton and The Melvins. Fantomas, Big Business, The Melvins, The Locust, Neil Hamburger and Kill Me Tomorrow are playing so far. It's going to be held in Minefield, Somerset, United Kingdom.

Speaking of Kill Me Tomorrow, they played a dazzling show the other night in San Diego. These fools don't stop getting better and better. They are at work on a new lp as we speak. Look for their "lost" album to be released shortly. The vinyl lp will be released in Japan only and the cassette version in the U.S. only on my god damned record label, Art Fag.

Thursday, June 26, 2008


Soooo, today I got Fang's first lp. Released in 1982 on Boner Records. Pretty happy about the whole situation. California hardcore doesn't get much better than this. Sam McBride was the master lyricist, with such poetic gems as, Destroy The Handicapped, or how he gets to fuck Brooke Shields on The Money Will Roll Right In. Charmer, this guy. But seriously this album is a 10 / 10, 5 stars and the oft used, PERFECT. Too bad Tom Flynn (guitar) quit shortly after and good ol' Sam McBride killed his boo and got a prison sentence. He's out now, only served 6 years. He changed his name to Sammytown upon his release. Er, nice choice....Sammytown. Check the songs below and then check the dang vid even more below.

The Money Will Roll Right In - Fang

Destroy The Handicapped - Fang

Here's a documentary on the youtubes about Sam "Sammytown" McBride. It's part 1, the links to the other 3 parts are in the info section of this video. If you gots 20 minutes, it's kinda worth the time to peep out this maniac.

Welcome To Sammytown Documentary

p.s. Can I mention that the gal who opens this doc is a moron?

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Rubberband Man, Wild As The Taliban

Alright, alright. If you have never heard that damn T.I. song I referenced in the post below, well, you should. Shouldn't holmes put out more songs like this? I think this came out in 200.....4? Yeah yeah 2004. I remember getting the 12" and flipping out on it. Totally couldn't wait for another jam from this fool. STILL WAITING. Other than this song, homeboy SUCKS. Enjoy.

Rubberband man - TI


So there's this new show on MTV apparently. It's hosted by Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz. (Too easy, let's not even go there.) So this show is supposed to be featuring all the "hot" new shit. It airs Fridays at 8 and this week our dear friends NO AGE will be on debuting their new video for "Eraser". Super cool/weird. Along with NO AGE premiering the vid and shooting the shit with Mr. Ashlee Simpson, that good lookin' gal Rhianna is going to be performing or some shit. And guess who else?? Maroon 5 is in the house. Welcome to bizarro world folks. For extra added bonus T.I. will be chit chatting too. Isn't he supposed to be in prison on weapons charges? Hey, does anyone remember the song, "Rubberband Man"? Man T.I. used to be tight. But I digress. Read more about this show belowwww.

Read About F'NMTV W/ NO AGE

Sunday, June 22, 2008

San Diego, California

Dude check out the fresh flier below. Do you like The Fall? I REALLY like The Fall. So the other day, I was all, "Hey Chaz why not take the awesome artwork from The Fall's 1985 masterpiece, Our Nation's Saving Grace and use that as inspiration for a flier? Like how 'bout that badass Tower show we're doing?" And he was all, "Ok.".

Dang Man George Carlin Died

Dang man, George Carlin fuckin' died today. His heart or some shit. The author of the routine, "Rape CAN Be Funny" has left us. And 7 dirty words. Probably the smartest and most brilliant comics of all time. Isn't it funny when people call comedians "comics". I just had to drop that in there. Anyway, he's gone, so I suggest you watch an hour of his stuff on the youtubes. You won't be disapointed.

Here are some of George Carlin's jokes . Read.

Can vegetarians eat animal crackers?

Why do they put Braille on the drive-through bank machines?

How do they get the deer to cross at that yellow road sign?

Is it true that cannibals don’t eat clowns because they taste funny?

What was the best thing before sliced bread?

One nice thing about egotists: they don’t talk about other people.

Do infants enjoy infancy as much as adults enjoy adultery?

How is it possible to have a civil war?

If God dropped acid, would he see people?

If you ate pasta and antipasti, would you still be hungry?

If you try to fail, and succeed, which have you done?

Whose cruel idea was it for the word “Lisp” to have a “S” in it?

Why are hemorrhoids called “hemorrhoids” instead of “assteroids”?

Why is the alphabet in that order? Is it because of that song?

If the “black box” flight recorder is never damaged during a plane crash, why isn’t the whole damn airplane made out of that shit?

I’m not into working out. My philosophy is no pain, no pain.

I’m desperately trying to figure out why Kamikaze pilots wore helmets.

Do illiterate people get the full effect of alphabet soup?

I’ve always wanted to be somebody, but I should have been more specific.

Ever notice when you blow in a dog’s face he gets mad at you, but when you take him in a car he sticks his head out the window?

Ever notice that anyone going slower than you is an idiot, but anyone going faster than you is a maniac?

You have to stay in shape. My mother started walking five miles a day when she was 60. She’s 97 now and we have no idea where she is.

I have six locks on my door, all in a row. When I go out, I lock every other one. I figure no matter how long somebody stands there picking the locks, they are always locking three of them.

One out of every three Americans is suffering from some form of mental illness. Think of two of your best friends. If they are OK, then it must be you.

Thursday, June 19, 2008

Primal Scream - Can't Go Back

Once again, Bobby G and the gang prove why they are they greatest living rock and roll band.

Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Slant 6 / Quix*O*Tic / Casual Dots / Christina Billotte

Slant 6 - (l-r) Marge Marshall, Christina Billotte, Myra Power

I'm sure if you're a regular reader of this thing that you know that I'm a big fan of female fronted punk and post punk. From the roots that go back to the late 70s England through the early 90s explosion of Northwest / D.C. bands to the current breed of New Bloods, Mika Miko, Finally Punk and Yellow Fever. One of the best vocalist, guitarists and songwriters of this genre is Christina Bilotte. I have LOVED all of her bands. Slant 6 from the early 90s Dischord scene, and the later Quix*O*Tic and Casual Dots which were released on Kill Rock Stars. All three were top notch. Slant 6 being far more punk, had a lot of frenzied energy with melodies reminiscent of Wire. They released one of my favorite Dischord punk singles of the era, 1993s "What Kind Of Monster Are You" 7". The later bands, Quix*O*Tic and Casual Dots, were mellower but still had a punk spirit about them They were more on par, though, with the post punk sounds of The Raincoats. Very melodic weird and unique. There were no other bands like these in their given scenes. Unfortunately, like all the good stuff, they all broke up. Ah well...

Casual Dots - Clocks

Clocks - The Casual Dots

Quix*O*Tic - Ice Cream Sundae

Ice Cream Sundae - Quix*O*Tic

Listen To Slant 6 On I Like Dot Com

Fantastic Magic Is Releasing A 7" And Having A Party

Hey man what's up?!?!? I'll tell you what's up doc. The most wonderful trio, Fantastic Magic is releasing their first lil' piece of vinyl this week. A good lookin' 7" on the Philadelphia label, What Delicate Recordings. Get excited fools. All 100 of their cassette "Witch Choir" along with the 400 cdrs were gobbled up in a jiffy! (Although you can get more cdrs via Abandon Ship since by popular demand they made more. Perfect freak folk lovliness.

If you live in San Diego or want to make the trip over here, we are having a big ol' celebration at our club, Skull Kontrol. We are having Nathan of F.M. doing a dj set fron 9-10:30 and also offering a few free singles. You'll also be able to buy the dang things for a few shekels. From 10:30 Brandon and myself will be up to the same tired antics and noisy records. It's FREE. Visit the links at the bottom of this post for more info on Fantastic Magic and What Delicate Recordings. K?

Fantastic Magic Myspace

What Delicate Recordings

Sometimes I Feel Like I'm Living In An Acid Trip

What the hell??

Tuesday, June 17, 2008


What the hell? This girl, DearBanana has had me in a trance for an hour. These SONGS. Some are covers, I dont think they can all be. She is from China and I know not a thing more. I discovered her looking for "Here She Comes Now" by VU. She came up first and does a warped, no lyric version of it. That's all I needed. Her melodies remind me somewhat of Francoise Hardy's...but that's just me. I just got done watching at least 15 songs/vidz. Below are a few of my favorites. Her channel featuring 80 videos is at, look them up.


Can you imagine being part of a scientific team in the 1940's and discovering time travel? Being the virtuous and bold person you are, you volunteer to take the maiden voyage to the 21st century! The plan is to go to the future, figure out what the biggest problems plaguing mankind are, and then go back to the '40's and work out fixing said problems before they start. Think of it; you, YOU, may be the one to prevent WWIII from ever happening. Perhaps you'll eradicate a pandemic before it starts? You set your dials for the next century and find yourself hurtling through time and space. Your machine stops with a shudder, and you get out, stepping into a world much different than your own. You make your way to a hotel, check into a room, turn on the TV and this is what you see:

Would you maybe just decide "fuck it" and go back to the 1940's?

Girls At Our Best

Girls At Our Best.

Years: 1979-ish - 1982

Personnel: Judy Evans, vocals / Carl Harper, drums / Gerard Swift, bass / james Alan , guitar

Hometown: Leeds

4 singles, one LP and a god damned Peel Session. Such a frickin' shame they were short lived but then I guess maybe it's a blessing there's anything at all. I got a song on a rare Rough Trade comp I bought a few months ago. When I heard their song "Politics", which was the first track, I almost dropped. Not really. What I really did was make a dumb ass grin. Like a grin signifying that I got away with something. The grin of receiving yet not deserving. I guess I get kinda weird about music, but they are THAT special. I immediately went into research mode, which I had hoped would then lead to purchase mode. Fuck. No such luck. This fantastic crap is so rare! No iTunes, no Cd's and no vinyl. Not even a lil' Youtube or some shit. The LP I saw on Gemm for 78 smackers. There was a reissue CD from 1994...from Japan...50 bucks on Amazon. But back to GAOB. This Judy Evans gal was so cool. Her voice was shrill but still, the melodies were top notch. And the dudes, the songwriters...pop gems. So check the shit out that I got laid out for you. There are a couple o more jams on their fake Myspace profile including the super "Politics" single I was gushing over a few words back. Enjoy, holmes.

Getting Nowhere Fast - Girls at our Best!

heaven - girls at our best

Girls At Our Best Myspace

One last thing. There is some chitter chat of a possible complete collection on the fantastic reissue label Cherry Red. SO if you like this, cross yo fingers.

Monday, June 16, 2008


Why is it that whenever the good Dr. Dankenstein pays me a visit I always end up zoning out to youtube footage of skinheads, skinhead reggae and skinheads dancing? Well, on my latest excursion into the dregs of youtube, I happened upon footage of a subculture I never knew existed. In the early '70's the children of British immigrants to Australia took elements of mod and skinhead culture and made it look WAY more white-trash. Shaved heads with mullets, Fred Perry's with bell bottoms and platform shoes. Eh. Noish. Plus they listen to hard rock and stuff. Hahaha - weird. Anyways, check 'em. Sharpies. As in, "dressing sharp".


So last night Crocs opened up for New Bloods (who ruled). We knew they were on tour with a band called Hornet Leg, but being the stupid, lazy sack of dog-turds that I am, I didn't pre-show check them out. When they rolled into the Casbah, I was surprised to see Chris Sutton. Don't know who he is? He play(ed)s in a slew of Pacific Northwest bands, por ejemplo Dub Narcotic Soundsystem, C.O.C.O., etc. He's also now the Gossip's touring bassist. Anywhoooo, me and Chazzie have known him for a while through our old band playing some shows with C.O.C.O, though I hadn't seen him for a few years. I was stoked that he was at the show, but I was even more stoked to see that he was playing. Hornet Leg is his solo project that he's been doing for the last couple of years. When they hit the stage last night, I knew 10 seconds into it that it was going to be perfect. Minimal, stripped-down garage, without falling into the "minimal, stripped-down garage"-cliche. Mine ears heard hints of the Ramones, Vaselines and even weird bits of Spacemen 3 and stuff like that. Me thinks: PERFECT.

Moz & Marr

You've seen this, haven't you? Well, I haven't, and it's beautiful.

Sunday, June 15, 2008

Outlaw By Chron Gen Was Kinda Boss

No story here ladies 'n' germs. I'm just in the mood for Chron Gen's Outlaw single. This is the seven inch version dubbed onto a bunch o' footage. It's not a proper video...but it's still cool. As were Chron Gen. CHRONIC GENERATION! Good ol' 1982...

This is Kind Of A Late Blog Post Thing.

AND it's local San Diego related, so all you devoted readers in Singapore i apologize in advance. And big ups to all my Kenyan peeps too, love ya. Anyway, tonight in my beloved San Diego, the fantastic New Bloods from PDX are playing. As stated on earlier blogs they are one of the best around and they are on influential and legendary label, Kill Rock Stars. Safe to say they seem to have been born to be on KRS. Also playing tonight are Crocodiles. Get ready for another melt down with these bonafide weirdos. The excitement is building. Rounding out the ol' shindig is Portland's Hornet Leg (K Records) and SD's Vaginals. So don't sleep on this Lord's Day/ Father's Day hoopla. Oh!! Also, the people responsible for this here blog will be playing records all nite looong.

All this shit takes place at the Casbah. See ya there holmes.

Friday, June 13, 2008

R.Kelly Not Guilty

I don't know if it's justice, I just know I need my jams. So maybe he f'd a 16 year old...and went peepee on her. Maybe. On video. With a ton of witnesses. But we get more jams!!!!!!!!!!!! So on this happy day, I say God bless R.Kelly, God bless the justice system and God bless AMERICA.

Wednesday, June 11, 2008


Gosh, you know what I like? What I like is a good love song. One of these songs that really captures heart, and the way the heart speaks. A song that just engulfs you with love and tenderness. I like to hear the words of love translated through a sweet, sweet melody and gentle tones. Ladies and gentlemen, lovers all over this great earth...I give you "Gangsta Of Love" by urban romantics, The Geto Boys.

Gangsta Of Love - The Geto Boys

Vice Films / Heavy Metal In Baghdad / Screening Thursday

Soooo this movie is being screened all over the U.S., and we're the lucky fools that will screen it here in lately gloomy San Diego. It's going to be screened at The Whistle Stop at 9pm sharrrrp. All us big goofs will be playing records all night after and the shit is freeeee. So if you're in the area come on out!! Btw, you know what song RULES? The Ripper by Judas Priest. Madre de dios that song is the jam.

Oh oh oh. And here's the friggin' trailer for the movie. Peep.

Tuesday, June 10, 2008

I wish I was Scottish

CNN Reports On A Vinyl Comeback

Here's kind of an interesting article on a vinyl resurgance. It was just posted on CNN. 1 million + lps sold last year.

CNN.Com Vinyl Article

Band I Like Alert / Yellow Fever

On my recent trip up the coast with The Carrots, Fantastic magic and Crocodiles I had the luck to receive an e.p. by Carrot Jennifer's other band Yellow Fever. Holy shit. It is one of my favorite recordings I've heard this year. I'm pretty sure it's from 2007, but it's new to me. I listen to it EVERYDAY. (Sometimes twice.) Like I've mentioned before on posts, I'm not a good reviewer. I just cuss a little bit and let you hear for yourself. So have at it below. Marinate on that shit. Then go to their god damned Myspace profile and buy that shit.

Cats And Rats By Yellow Fever

Cats And Rats - Yellow Fever

Yellow Fever Tour Dates (Starting this Thursday)

Jun 12 2008 @ Mohawk w/ Joan of Arc Austin, Texas
Jun 13 2008 @ Lola’s w/ Joan of Arc Fort Worth, Texas
Jun 21 2008 @ Horse + Donkey CD release! Austin, Texas
Jul 2 2008 @ House Party! Lubbock, Texas
Jul 3 2008 @ Warehouse 21 W/ Mae Shi Santa Fe, New Mexico
Jul 5 2008 @ Bike Co-op! Tempe, Arizona
Jul 6 2008 @ Kadan, San Diego, CA
Jul 7 2008 @ The Smell Los Angeles, CA
Jul 8 2008 @ The Prospector W/ Katie The Pest Long Beach, CA
Jul 10 2008 @ Eagle Tavern w/ The Ohsees!, Sic Alps, and Witch Hat San Francisco, California
Jul 11 2008 @ Hemlock Tavern w/ Finest Dearest San Francisco, California
Jul 12 2008 @ bricka bracka w/ THEE OHSEES, Witch Hat, and Standard Tribesman Sacramento, California
Jul 13 2008 tba-help them book a show! Reno, Nevada
Jul 14 2008 @ Nick’s w/Arrangement of the Ghost, Rett Matthews and Ernesto Alvarado Chico, California
Jul 17 2008 tba Eugene, Oregon
Jul 18 2008 @ Dekum Manor w/New Bloods and Explode Into Colors Portland, Oregon
Jul 19 2008 @ Wildrose w/tba Seattle, Washington
Jul 20 2008 @ Brotherhood Tavern w/ The Old Haunts + tba Olympia, Washington
Jul 21 2008 @ Badlander w/Pillar Saints Missoula, Montana
Jul 23 2008 @ The Boing! Collective w/Acoustic Front of Resistance Salt Lake City, Utah
Jul 24 2008 @ Hinoceropolis Denver, Colorado
Jul 25 2008 tba w/ Liberty Leg Iowa City, Iowa
Jul 28 2008 tba Detroit-ish, Michigan
Aug 1 2008 @Cake Shop w/ Vivian Girls New York, New York
Aug 7 2008 @ P & H Cafe w/The Warble and Noise Choir Memphis, Tennessee
Aug 8 2008 @ Thirsty Hippo!! Hattiesburg, Mississippi

Monday, June 9, 2008


Sir here, writing you from the laudromat, where I am currently washing my jeans. I had a little accident after watching this vid.

June Shit In San Diego

'ello 'ello 'ello. Here' s a little update on goings on concerning us here at the SK blog. All of the info is concerning San Diego crap. In August there will be a west coast tour involving Crocodiles and myself. Details soon.

Thursday June 12 - Vice Films and Art fag Recordings present Heavy Metal In Baghdad @ The Whistle Stop. This documentary was filmed in Iraq during the current war and chronicles the hardships of an Iraqi heavy metal band. I saw this already and it is a must see...promise. This event is free. And after the movie (9:00pm) count on either hanging out, passing out or dancing to djs Sir Charles, Brandon Welchez and Mario Orduno

Sunday June 15 - New Bloods (Kill Rock Stars, PDX) make their debut in San Diego. I'm very excited about this. NBs released one of my favorite lps this year. Also on the bill are Crocodiles (ex Plot, Prayers), Hornet Leg (K Records, PDX) and The Vaginals. $8. yes, yes, all the same fools will be djing between and after bands.

Thursday June 19 - Skull Kontrol @ Live Wire. Cleaning Ears Since 2006. Our favorite night we do, btw.

Thursday June 26 - Kill me Tomorrow, Christmas Island and Crocodiles @ The Tower Bar. Not much needs to be said about this night 'cep for it's going to be bananas. $5.

There's your June shit.

Sunday, June 8, 2008

The 60's Had Dylan, We Have Kelly.

Is this old? I'm way out of the loop on crap like this. Is it fair to call R. Kelly the voice of our generation?

I had the most vivid dream last night.

I dreamt 35 years into my future. Unfortunately, music had failed me, but I was able salvage a career in my second-choice profession, teaching college level history.

Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Video Rewind : Kill Surf City By JAMC

'Member this ol' thing? The Jesus & Mary Chain at their finest. So noisy and shrill yet completely melodic. Bands can only pray to achieve this greatness. The Beach Boys, Spector, and punk noise all baked into a nice shepard's pie.

Blog Round Up

These are my dog's blogs. First one is my top cat Andrew's blog. He's based out of Angel Town, USA. Next up down there, in the ol' links area we got My big dog Nate's blog. This fool is based out of sunny San Diego and he plays in the wonderful band, Fantastic Magic. Last but not least we got good ol' Melissa Miserable. Insightful gal based in Brooklyn, nYC with bad ass taste. READ THESE DAILY.

Planet People Blog

Ghost Ramp Blog

Melissa Miserable Blog

Jeremy Jay Announces Tour, Releases LP

Hey man. Our dear friend Jeremy Jay has just continued his string of fantastic releases with his new lp, A Place Where We Could Go (K Records). You should check it. Also, his tour plans have been posted and re-posted below.

Jun 20 '08 THE ECHO LA, California
Jun 21 '08 WHISTLE STOP SAN DIEGO (w/ Fantastic Magic)
Jun 29 '08 SOLAR CULTURE TUCSON, Arizona
Jun 30 '08 TRUNK SPACE PHOENIX, Arizona
Jul 3 2008 EMOS AUSTIN, Texas
Jul 7 2008 HI-TONE MEMPHIS, Tennessee
Jul 8 2008 END NASHVILLE, Tennessee
Jul 9 2008 TBA ATLANTA, Georgia
Jul 10 2008 CHALET 2000 CHARLOTTE, North Carolina
Jul 11 2008 BOOT NORFOLK, Virginia
Jul 12 2008 RED AND BLACK WASHINGTON DC, Washington DC
Jul 14 2008 GREEN ROCK PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania
Jul 15 2008 MERCURY LOUNGE - Early Show !!! NEW YORK, New York
Jul 16 2008 UNION HALL BROOKLYN, New York
Jul 17 2008 THE LIVING ROOM PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island
Jul 18 2008 TBA BOSTON, Massachusetts
Jul 19 2008 BUG JAR ROCHESTER, New York
Jul 20 2008 ZOO BIZZARE MONTREAL, Quebec
Jul 21 2008 TBA OTTAWA, Ontario
Jul 22 2008 TBA TORONTO, Ontario
Jul 24 2008 SCHUBAS TAVERN CHICAGO, Illinois
Jul 25 2008 PROJECT LODGE MADISON, Wisconsin
Jul 26 2008 7TH STREET MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota
Jul 27 2008 SLOWDOWN OMAHA, Nebraska
Jul 28 2008 RECORD BAR KANSAS CITY, Kansas
Jul 30 2008 HI-DIVE DENVER, Colorado
Aug 2 2008 NEUROLUX BOISE, Idaho
Aug 4 2008 340 VANCOUVER, British Columbia
Aug 5 2008 TBA OLYMPIA, Washington
Aug 14 '08 CLUB POP @ CHOP SUEY SEATTLE, Washington

Get into the mind of Jeremy Jay below with this interview and listen as he chit chats about his moms, speaking french and Calvin Johnson.