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    Was that a "no"?
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    Get on AIM biatch.
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    You'll be so tired of me by the time I leave Baltimore, you won't know what hit you. 8-inch sausage
  6. thanks for putting three blank posts on my page you faggot.
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    Will do mon frere.
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    Awwww.... finish that song and it'll be like consummating this thing...

    Just kidding. I know you've been busy. Funny thing - Tristen's bandmate Grady was over recording last week and went through my recordings and told Tristen he wanted to cover that song. He hasn't, but that'd be kind of cool.
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    I got this from

    Matt Singer is a Brooklyn based singer/songwriter who has spent the better part of the past few years playing some of New York’s finer small music venues. He has delighted audiences in rooms such as Rockwood Music Hall, The Living Room, Pianos, The Bitter End, and the Sidewalk Café, and recently played before a sold out crowd at Joe’s Pub when he opened for The Undisputed Heavyweights. Having seen him perform twice I can safely say his live shows thrive in such intimate settings, as they revel in audience participation, whether he makes them laugh out loud to his often quirky lyrics, whistle along with the tune as he sings over them, or clap along to provide a little rhythm.

    His 2006 album, All Us Heathens, is full of folk/rap songs that are at once socially conscious, heartfelt, and hilarious. His lyrics, while always whip-smart and aberrant, stay well above the parody line because of their base in reality - more informed wise-guy than naive wise-ass. Every off-color story he tells, or trendy pop-culture reference he makes, finds a way to convey a real human truth, similar to the way Eef Barzalay (of Clem Snide) does in his “Ballad of Bitter Honey” from his 2006 solo album Bitter Honey. In addition to the new album, a few of Singer’s recent songs have found their way onto pretty prominent NY-based compilations. “Stacy J” (streaming at his myspace, and laugh-out-loud funny. Seriously, you have to hear it!) and “VHS” were both recently featured on Cross-Pollination: The Mixtape Vol.1 and the AntiComp Folkilation, respectively.

    According to his bio:

    Twenty-two years ago, Matt Singer’s kindergarten teacher recommended that he be seen by a child psychologist for a formal evaluation. The doctor said this:

    “Although he exhibits skills in many areas, he seems unable to deal with frustration. When presented with something unfamiliar, his typical response is ‘I can’t’, rather than ‘I’ll try’. He was referred for testing to determine whether he is unable or simply unwilling to try new things.”
    People who you should probably talk with in conjunction with Matt Singer are Vincent Cachionne (Soft Black), Dan Costello and Eric Wolfson. They're all Brooklyn artists and know each other and back each other up live occasionally plus appear on each others' albums. And if they can't do it themselves I'm quite confident that they are deeply connected and can point you in some great directions.

    If you're interested in full albums by these guys (short of buying them from cdbaby), I can send the ones I have to you. Plus, I am currently waiting on UPS for several cds by people/bands from the same scene that I already know are fan-fucking-tastic albums, so I'll throw you a bone there too. Most notably I'm thinking of a guy named Ivan Sandomire and a band named The Telethons. Oh, and Mike "The Lone Wolf" Baglivi, no longer alone since this past weekend his new band (Mike Baglivi and The Open End) played the Summer Festival at Sidewalk Cafe. That guy kicks so much ass I can't even tell you. (New Jersey) (New Jersey) (Brooklyn)

    All these bands and guys know each other and play at Sidewalk Cafe regularly.
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    You finished your bar yet?
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    Ha! i have some pictures of animals, but none of them are funny like the other ones. maybe ill go back and post a few just for ya, lol!
  12. i think so. the final thread needs details so I can set it up. As I anticipated, its going to be tricky for me to do it.
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    I miss Hubbs. Are you still coming to NY?
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    Turns out it was a different the one in Marietta as opposed to the one that was in Decatur.

    My first thought was "oh shit, the Luther Burger place". But it's not. I don't think. Still, Georgia in the news.
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    It's an awesome place to live, I'm completely jealous. I used to spend entire days just walking around enjoying the view.

    WTF's going on with the Mulligan's "Curious George" T-Shirt thing?
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    Yeah, they used to work on Capone's trucks next door. I think it's a place to get cheap slices of pizza now.

    Man, I miss Savannah! How's the bar coming?
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    Yo Hubb!
  18. This shit is crazy!
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    Sup Hubbs.
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