Friday, April 29, 2011
So I missed out on the vinyl of this. But the digital's now available via emusic and elsewhere, and it's awesome. Burial moves his signature sound forward without simply repeating himself, expanding it without losing the empty, spooky quality that made his music stick.
Sunday, April 24, 2011
It's been an amazing couple weeks for Philippe Gilbert. The Belgian has become a dominant force in the spring classics and has pulled off victories in all 3 of the Ardennes races: Flèche Wallonne, Amstel Gold, and now the crowning jewel of Liège-Bastogne-Liège.
Yep, that's both Schlecks following him to the line.
Roll on over to VeloNews for the story.
Started the day with a great ride over the Fat Tire Traverse.
Then got fancied up and took the boy to his first Easter church. He cleans up nice. And he wasn't as grumpy about it as he looks.
Then we ate a wonderful traditional ham dinner at Jan's, got too full, and laid around in the grass on sleeping bags.
Thursday, April 21, 2011
Launch week continues! Friday night, RadioBoise along with Idaho Live and the Egyptian Theater present a really pretty great night of local music.
- Bill Coffey
- New Transit
- Low Fi
- Steve Fulton Music
- Finn RIggins
- Ship Shape
- Audio Moonshine
- Matt Hopper
- Thomas Paul
- Randy Meenach
See? Awesome stuff. Mostly a celebration, partly a fundraiser, TOTALLY a good time. Come down early and stop by the KRBX table and say hi.
Trundle on over to www.radioboise.org and check out our new website.
We've also launched our new website!
Check it out at http://www.radioboise.org/. And check back here later for info on our huge shindig of a local music celebration tomorrow (Friday, 4/22) at the Egyptian Theater. It's gonna be a blast.