skinner: dont do anything stupid
mulder: OK [eats alien ass]
“Too much sausage, I can’t deal with it, man,” mumbles James Gage (a.k.a Passion Pusher) in reaction to the lack of woman watching his live band. It’s clear from the offset that the latest Pale Imitation gig at Henry’s Cellar Bar lacks the emotional poignancy of Meursault’s swansong at Queen’s Hall the previous night. But with Glasgow’s Deathcats headlining tonight, it should be a right good ol’ time anyway.
First of all we have the aforementioned Passion Pusher from Ednburgh. When played live, Gage’s lazy lo-fi project sounds like a band who have never set foot outside the studio, constantly jamming and not worrying a jot about honing skills or achieving any particular status. They just enjoy playing music. Andrew Burns of alansmithee fame twiddles on the bass, while Gage fritters away at the guitar with catchy riffs. Burns and Gage are like a comedy duo you’d find at a free Fringe show, and it feels too much like the crowd is watching a Scottish reboot of Wayne’s World. It’s also hard not to shake that early support act feeling. But at least they show how fun it is just to play in a band.
me and mason ran into each other at 5am after we both finished our after work drinks and his girlfriend said “you look so tumblr right now” to me
im getting old but my backward cap keeps me down with the kids
at those laugh out louds
day off today because all the acts i work for are taking a day off
what u up 2
hmu if you want to hear the new passion pusher ep before it gets properly released on tape through Song, By Toad