Lack of updates.
School has been ridiculous.
I hope I can start spending more time doing progressive things on the internet soon. I am getting sick of laying in my bed waiting for facebook updates or someone to message me on msn. But my brain can’t process anything besides those simple tasks.

I went and checked out AGO (Art Gallery of Ontario) last weekend. When I get the time I would like to review that experience.
But just so people who might read this sometimes know, I am still alive.


I had a really hard time getting into Shotgun Jimmie, I think I just never gave myself to listen long enough to learn to love his music. Lately though, I can not stop listening to Still Jimmie.

“Quicksand,” which features Fornow, contains amusing lyrics. The new version of Shotgun & Jaybird’s “Province To Province” is also a good listen. But while the songs on Still Jimmie are definitely strong, the record sounds a bit homogenous and stuck in the past at times. I guess if you long for the days of early ’90s lo-fi indie rock, this is the record for you.”

Via: ChartAttack

Check out Shotgun Jimmie on Myspace

One of my favorite songs off of Years. Strange video.



Hey everyone,

I am back from camp, and it was great. I plan to start posting more frequently, hopefully.
Feedback would be nice, let me know what you guys like and don’t like, and what you would like to see more of

Leave a comment, or to be more private feel free to email me:

I know people are looking, I am getting anywhere from 5-30 views a day, so let me know whats up.

Here’s a picture I took at camp, just to give you an idea of what I got to wake up to¬† every morning.




Not that I have updated lately, which is just me slacking considering I do nothing, ever. But I am going to camp for a week, getting away from the internet, and just going to enjoy nature.

I will be sure to update when I get back, and maybe even put up some pictures from my trip.


This music video was shot for Sour’s ‘Hibi no Neiro’ (Tone of everyday) from their first mini album ‘Water Flavor EP’. The cast were selected from the actual Sour fan base, from many countries around the world. Each person and scene was filmed purely via webcam.

Late Happy Fourth of July, and I guess Canada day too, although I already posted about that. This is a neat little stop motion video.