Monday, November 30, 2009


had i ever the desire to make a music video, it would now be crushed. single greatest video of 2009, hands down.

Major Lazer "Keep it Going Louder" from Eric Wareheim on Vimeo.

Monday, December 8, 2008

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Saturday, October 4, 2008

Friday, October 3, 2008

Sunday, August 10, 2008


i know no one reads this fucking thing, but we're deejaying at urban outfitters at the lab in costa mesa tomorrow(today), somewhere around five in the evening. sunday, august 10th. if you're in the area, stop by. it's gonna be a two hour set, and we are going to wreck it to the point of being asked to leave.

Monday, June 9, 2008

Monday, June 2, 2008

i am newly obsessed.

with frankmusik. seriously amazing jams, reminiscent of so many things i love. dance music, prince, juvelin, nintendo game soundtracks, M83, being 6 years old. He has an ep out now that's available on itunes for 4 bucks, and a new one being released next tuesday.

and so begins the best summer ever.

Frankmusik - Done Done

Frankmusik - Made Her Smile

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

went to blow up on saturday.

but it's a secret. shhhhhh.

Thursday, May 22, 2008

It's almost the weekend... here's a shiny new, ear-melting, kitten-punching, vomit-inducing remix from the kings of the dancefloor.

Shitdisco - 72 Virgins(The Bloody Beetroots Remix)

Thursday, May 15, 2008

oh my god.

this may be the greatest thing ever.
really, i mean it this time.

MUTO a wall-painted animation by BLU from blu on Vimeo.

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

When I was 15, I started listening to my parents music. Way before I had any idea what I was doing, I garnered a love of classic rock. Anything from Van Halen to Heart, from Styx to Led Zeppelin, I just couldn't get enough. About the same time, I purchased my very first record player for ten bucks. I had been flipping through my dad's record collection, and decided that those disks needed some listenin'.

The very first record I ever bought was Iron Maiden's The Number of the Beast. I had never even heard of Maiden, and that album blew me away. I still love them for their driving riffs and almost punk-like first album. The second album I bought was the Talking Heads' Speaking in Tongues. I bought it because the album was pressed on clear vinyl.

All of this was just a round about way for me to get to this point: two days ago, Robert Rauschenberg passed away at his home in Florida. That Talking Heads album, yeah, he designed it. It is absolutely amazing, and as it turns out, pretty rare.

Rauschengerg was one of those artists who pushed me to better my own art. Plus, he pulled us out of that "wonderful" period of art history so appropriately called abstract expressionism. I remember when I read an article about his piece Bed. (1955). He was so poor at the time that he couldn't afford canvas or stretchers. He literally painted on his own bed and stood it up against the wall. His combine works are amazing, eminating a talent with collage work that I can only dream of having.

NPR had a little story about his life yesterday, and there was one particularly interesting tidbit. Rauschenberg grew up on a small farm, completely devoid of art. The very first piece of art he saw, EVER, was when he was a soldier in WW2. He walked into a museum in Europe, and gazed with wonder at Blue Boy. Up until that point, it had never even crossed his mind that someone would paint a picture. He was in his twenties. To be able to go from that to what he became is truly something amazing.

Thanks Robert, for everything you've done for us.

Wednesday, April 30, 2008

tonight's the night.

Been waiting a month for this craziness. LA Riots, Felix Cartal, and the Bloody Beetroots. Guaranteed to be a foot-stompin', booty-shakin', ear-explodin' sweaty mess of a good time. We've still got room in the car if anyone else wants to go. Visit to RSVP, but you got to do it before 5:00 tonight.

PS: Justin I was saving that Beetroots jam for tonight, but I can't wait anymore. It's wrecklishus.

The Toxic Avenger - Escape (LA Riots Remix)

Felix Cartal - Drugs

Benny Benassi - I am Not Drunk (The Bloody Beetroots Remix)

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

holy fuck!

so the music world has been hyping this band up since SXSW, everyone from the OC Weekly to the blogs to my own mom. So much hype i almost didn't give them a chance, ready to write them off as another vampire weekend.
This morning i heard my first track off of HOLY FUCK's first album, and it blew me away. Take all the best from explosions in the sky, m83, and a bit of the bad plus, wrap it up in a blanket of sunshine, and force every last bit into your ear canals.

Holy Fuck - Lovely Allen

Monday, April 21, 2008

a bit of audio sophistication.

just a little monday morning pick-me-up that i unearthed from an italian blog about who knows what...i don't read italian. never heard this sweetnees before so i'm guessing it's new.

wow, that might be the worst description of the beetroots ever posted on a blog.
i'm still tired from playing with a fat woman.

Verrà la morte e avrà i tuoi occhi

Friday, April 11, 2008


"wild strawberries" - pnau

Tuesday, April 8, 2008

adult chuck-e-cheese...

was crazy.
alternating whiskey and expresso shots at three am. playing blackjack with a 70 year old bulgarian woman who yelled at everyone, win or lose. starting a poolside dance party at t.i. playing long distance quarters in the room. collecting porno cards off the street and talking to the guys who pass them out. the guy who yelled at morgan, "HEY, TALL GUY!!! HIGH FIVE! YEAH!!!!"

i'm still poor, but listening to this song while driving across the desert capped the whole thing off with whipped cream and a cherry.

The Bloody Beetroots - I Love The Bloody Beetroots

Friday, April 4, 2008

even though it's shrouded in secrecy...

I am so ready for a whole messload of this tonight. I even grew a civil war moustache and beard combo last night so I could be as cool as these gents.