WINDBLOWN HAIR ANGELS LOCATED AT 1303 N. D st. LAS VEGAS FIRST LOOK AT MODELS TO WORK ON THE EVENT ON MAR. 8, 2013 AT THE PLAZA HOTEL AND CA...
WINDBLOWN HAIR ANGELS LOCATED AT 1303 N. D st. LAS VEGAS FIRST LOOK AT MODELS TO WORK ON THE EVENT ON MAR. 8, 2013 AT THE PLAZA HOTEL AND CASINO. FASHION SHOW AND LIVE ARTISTS PERFORMANCES. SPONSORED BY THE BLACK BUSINESS COUNCIL. MODELS PROVIDED BY PRISCIELLA EDISON, FOOTAGE PROVIDED BY POPPA WILL aka MR. Y2KASSOCIATES. SUPPORT THE LOCALS!!! Less
THIS VIDEO FEATURES MODELS FOR THE FASHION SHOW AT THE BLACK BUSINESS COUNCIL. FIRST LOOK AT WINDBLOWN HAIR ANGELS SALON LOCATED AT 1303 N. ...
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WINDBLOWN HAIR ANGELS REALITY SHOW "BEHIND THE SCENES". FILMED LIVE ON LOCATION AT 1303 D ST. LAS VEGAS. MODELS, SINGERS, DANCERS, RAPPERS. MEET EVERY SAT. TO PREPARE FOR THE BIG SHOW ON MARCH 8,2013 AT THE PLAZA HOTEL 1 MAIN ST. LAS VEGAS, NV. Less
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Fall can be a difficult time of year to pattern bass especially when the water temperature is below 50 degrees. A crankbait is a geat choice...
Fall can be a difficult time of year to pattern bass especially when the water temperature is below 50 degrees. A crankbait is a geat choice while fishing shallow points in the fall. For more information on how to be successful when fishing with children in the fall and for FREE kids fishing newsletter, log in to www.HookedUp101.com Less
Project: Backyard Pishing; Private Residence, Talking Rock, Pickens County, North Georgia, USA Date: 2013.01.21; Temps barely touching 50 an...
Project: Backyard Pishing; Private Residence, Talking Rock, Pickens County, North Georgia, USA Date: 2013.01.21; Temps barely touching 50 and WINDY with cold winter bite last part of day Camera: Kodak Z740 Zoom FUNNY as he-double-toothpicks! Thought I was just capturing another few seconds of just another Tufted Titmouse (Baeolophus bicolor, TUTI) drinking out of the bird bath out front. In viewing tonight, almost choked I laughed so hard. This poor little guy is having a dickens of a time over the wind while he's trying to drink some water. Just before he leaves, he ducks down low in a reactive way. Instantly reminded me of those days where I've had MORE than enough of the wind "touching" me, too. If you can slow it down enough to view it, you get to see his outrageous "bad hair day" where his feathers are going everywhere right at the beginning of this very short video. You'll also see more of his odd exit Stage Right there at the end. At normal speed, you can tell this Titmouse does a weird straight across exit across the top of the bird bath. At slow motion, you'll see his body remains upright but he almost "claps" his wings together to our left, his right. Then he's suddenly just gone as if "clapping" to that one side lit a fire in his newly sunflower seed fueled turbo jets. :)) SPECIAL NOTE: Backyard officially registered with The Cornell Lab of Ornithology's 26th Project FeederWatch. Less
At the Vatican, in high winds, Pope Francis appealed for an end to fighting in Ukraine, a day after the former Soviet republic saw its worst...
At the Vatican, in high winds, Pope Francis appealed for an end to fighting in Ukraine, a day after the former Soviet republic saw its worst violence since g... Less
There's nothing like feeling your hair blow in the wind, but the wind from an approaching train doesn't exactly create a glamorous breeze. U...
There's nothing like feeling your hair blow in the wind, but the wind from an approaching train doesn't exactly create a glamorous breeze. Unless you're in t... Less
There are a lot of nice bass caught in this video by Jason of Wired2fish as he talks about throwing the new Duo Realis Vibration68 G-Fix lip...
There are a lot of nice bass caught in this video by Jason of Wired2fish as he talks about throwing the new Duo Realis Vibration68 G-Fix lipless crankbait on... Less
On Visits, Tammar pulls off a pretty incredible trick with each and every one of its post-punk anthems, probably something of which the band...
On Visits, Tammar pulls off a pretty incredible trick with each and every one of its post-punk anthems, probably something of which the band doesn't take much note. They mine the classic sounds of paranoia, malaise and misanthropy (Joy Division, The Velvet Underground, The Fall and early 90s alt-rock), and fill it all with so much exuberance and joy of playing that each song becomes a triumph over anxiety and ennui. Visits finds each of the band's five members stepping outside of themselves, but not in an snake-poison-ingesting, flopping-on-the-floor sense. It's something else, something full of wonder. It's witnessing a dear friend suddenly unveil an incredible hidden talent, as if that talent is levitation or some shit. These songs burst and evolve like water capsule toys. Warm beds of wobbly and fat-bodied krautpop prove to be overwhelming, atmospheric art-rock tours de force. You are left pie-eyed and windblown by the whole glorious affair. It's the B-side of Neu! 75 as pep rally music. It's the kind of thing that would have flipped Old Man Peel's wig in another place and time.nnAfter two excellent EPs on the vinyl-only St. Ives label (one a murky, humid introduction to the band; one a live compilation), Visits is decidedly Tammar's proper mission statement. Their spears are sharpened and pointing at you from every angle. Evan Whikehart's circular, lyrical guitar progressions pack as much Kinks as they do Public Image Ltd. or Red Red Meat (see: "Summer Fun," "Yung Jun" and "Frost Meter"). And here, on Visits, they're thick and crisp — on occasion weaving into Ben Swanson's vintage Crumar and its droning/chiming black hole micro-tones. Each song finds a new, extraordinary sound coming from the Crumar. On "Frost Meter" it's an angelic chorus of beeping radio towers. Other times, it's a throat-singer, backing up Dave Walter's from-the-gut-to-the-sun vocal explorations ("Deep Witness"). As a front man, Walter is endlessly exhilarating, inspiring and inspired. The vocals-as-lead-instrument recall James' Eno-produced Wah Wah, but with the flare of Ian Curtis. When not singing proper, the careful ear can hear Walter conjuring the cosmos with snarls and gasps — put to pretty marvelous effect on "Summer Fun."nnThe whole shebang begins with drummer Sarah Wyatt Swanson's rat-ta-tat snare beats that whip-crack launch us into the aptly titled "Heavy Tonight," a pummeling, would-be Sister-era Sonic Youth standout. It's fitting her drums gets the first word here, because the double-Mo Tucker of Wyatt Swanson and Josephine McRobbie (percussion) is Tammar's ace in the hole. We have brainwashed to believe European males gifted krautrock to the world, but that's not exactly true. Wyatt Swanson and McRobbie remind us that it was Mo all along who, in fact, influenced that motorik beat. Their lean-into-it repetition and subtle layering drive the compositions as much as they decorate them —or in the case of "Heavy Tonight," ultimately deconstruct them.nnVisits was recorded over the course of 2010 at Bloomington's Russian Recordings by engineer Mike Bridavsky. It was mixed by Paul Mahern (of Midwest punk heavyweights The Zero Boys) at his White Ark Studios. Erin Tobey provides guest vocals on various tracks. Less
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