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my fave wu song 

Gary With Da Tea‘s Colour of the Day is Youth Dew! On the high end you say “Youth Dew,” and on the low end you say “Gold.” 

http://rickeysmileymorningshow.com/1538342/colour-of-the-day-youth-dew/

Gary With Da Tea‘s Colour of the Day is Youth Dew! On the high end you say “Youth Dew,” and on the low end you say “Gold.” 

http://rickeysmileymorningshow.com/1538342/colour-of-the-day-youth-dew/

My baby prince teacher boyfraaand made a website for his students and for the internet world! It has tons of popular music notation with basic midi files and youtube vids so you can learn to play along to all your fave radio songs! yay! 

http://www.mrhamiltonmusic.com 

My baby prince teacher boyfraaand made a website for his students and for the internet world! It has tons of popular music notation with basic midi files and youtube vids so you can learn to play along to all your fave radio songs! yay! 

http://www.mrhamiltonmusic.com 

A ceremonial super group… I love Lexie Mountain Boys! So, so happy they’re making an appearance at Fields Festival! I wonder what they’re going to do??!?!?

Born in Baltimore 2005. Human pyramids at the Baltimore Museum of Art, Tour of Europe, Opening for Matmos on the West Coast, Woodgrain Manicure Rock Opera, Sacred Vacation a CD available on Carpark Records, Wham City Round Robin Tour, Chorale in Lausanne Switzerland. Inflatable balls, pink dresses sewn into a maypole, pregnant with balloons, black candy, paper suits, golden spandex, fake beards, long ropes, general chaos.

http://fieldsfestival.com/artists/lexie-mountain-boys

The marriage of true minds… these boys don’t need much of an introduction, but here’s one anyway <3 

Matmos is M.C. Schmidt and Drew Daniel, aided and abetted by many others.

Currently based in Baltimore, the duo formed in San Francisco in the mid 1990s, and self-released their debut album in 1997. Marrying the conceptual tactics and noisy textures of object-based musique concrete to a rhythmic matrix rooted in electronic pop music, the two quickly became known for their highly unusual sound sources: amplified crayfish nerve tissue, the pages of bibles turning, water hitting copper plates, liposuction surgery, cameras and VCRs, chin implant surgery, contact microphones on human hair, rat cages, tanks of helium, a cow uterus, human skulls, snails, cigarettes, cards shuffling, laser eye surgery, whoopee cushions, balloons, latex fetish clothing, rhinestones, Polish trains, insects, life support systems, inflatable blankets, rock salt, solid gold coins, the sound of a frozen stream thawing in the sun, a five gallon bucket of oatmeal…

Performing at Fields Festival this August! 

http://fieldsfestival.com/artists/matmos