"name: sir coylersex: malelocation: seattleage: 28occupation: web dudehobbies: rainier, refer, 60s punkfav 60s bands: the creation, the alarm clocks, the monks, painted ship, 13th floor elevators, the sonics, the preachers, matthew moore plus four,…"
"i have the eastwood messenger and love it. i've had it for almost a year and find myself playing it more than my tele which i hadn't really put down in ten years. the messenger is extremely durable with a muddy rumble. i've never had…"
Talk about the latest tech news and trends related to computer/mobile device software, hardware, etc. Exchange tips, share tools & tricks, and ask questions about how to play, listen to, convert, backup, protect, stream, organize,See More
We, Sir Coyler & His Asthmatic Band, are hitting the road for a long weekend/tour in March. We are looking for bands to play with in Tacoma, Olympia and/or Eugene on either March 22nd and/or March 23rd.PLEASE HELP IF YOU CAN!thanx,us.See More
By the way, I think you were confused by the "Favorite GaragePunk Podcasts" field... radiozarape ain't one of our shows. Now, if you haven't heard of any of our podcasts yet, you can do so easily enough by clicking the Podcast Network link from the menu above under Podcasts. You should really check 'em out... but be careful, you may just get hooked. Thanks!
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"I love Bubblegum! People talk about the music of the late 60s-70s like it was all Janis Joplin or Jimi Hendrix, but Bubblegum is what actually got played on the radio (AM, at least). It was one of the only styles that kept to three…"
"I looked for 20+ years for The Prisoners "Thee Last Fourfathers" and "A Taste Of Pink" LPs before finding them for...not TOO much $ on the ebays. Now I'm just waiting for that copy of "Stormy Weather" by The…"
A Rock n Roll Festival, a counterculter market and a 1st person survival adventure game (a Zombie Apocalypse LARP).Playing live: The Parkinsons, Fast Eddie Neslon, The Dirty Coal Train, The Psycho Tramps, Clockwork Boys + DJ sets.A market full of independent publishing, comic books, illustration, records, vintage goods and fun activities.See More
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