Wednesday, May 24, 2006

the war against the sniffles

  • The Sun alleges Pete Doherty dumped his cousin in the street after he fell into a drug-coma. Whether its true or not I hope Pete has very limited access to his children because he's seriously dangerous.
  • Pitchfork offers a track-by-track first glimpse at Thom Yorke's solo album, 'The Eraser'.
  • Broken Social Scene are headlining the World Electronic Music Festival this July in Tweed, Ontario.
  • CBC looks at indie rock cashing in on commercials.
  • Torr posted a great link to The Smiths, The Complete Peel Sessions. Awesome.
  • Sofia Coppola's new film Marie Antoinette recieved a cool reception at its premiere in Cannes.
  • Geri Halliwell named her daughter Bluebell Madonna. Seriously.
  • A stripclub in Toronto that caters to the indie kids. Niiice.
  • Bad news for Canadian drivers.
  • Is it weird that I found this entertaining?

    Blogger boadwee blog said...

    Miss Valerie,

    Check out the photos of THE BLOOD ARM and the Charlatans at BLOOD AMBITION 2006. There's a link on my
    blog. It coulda been you! xo kb

    12:21 PM  
    Blogger torr said...

    That would be equal to paying $4.60 U.S. dollars per gallon. I pay around $2.90 U.S. per gallon right now here in Dallas. Of course

    12:49 PM  
    Blogger torr said...

    whoops. was gonna say...

    "Of course, I'm sure Canadian cars get better gas mileage"

    12:50 PM  
    Anonymous Celebrity DJ Chris Dart said...

    I'm not sure that anyone else that reads your blog cares, but Toronto has another subcultural strip club night, the all Southern rap/reggae/reggaeton, "strip-hop" at Filmore's.

    2:33 PM  
    Blogger The Fresh Young MikeyD said...

    Huh? Broken Social Scene headlining an electronic music festival? If you wanted to choose some local rock act you'd think Metric would be the much more appropriately obvious choice. But what the heck do I know Tweed doesn't exactly scream 'the perefect place for an electronic music festival' to me.

    Geri's poor duagther. Although it isn't the worst in recent memory it truly is awful. People need to really stop letting celebrities (espically British one's—they are amoung the worst offenders) name their children.

    10:29 PM  

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