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Friday, May 15, 2009

Name your price!

For a limited time we are offering our new album for download on When you visit the site, you can stream all of the songs on the album and then download single songs or the entire album for however much you feel like paying. Either way, please support us by visiting

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Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Pics from Palo Alto

Shortly after we got to Synergy, there was already a crazy party going on. There were other bands playing, had a couple kegs on ice, and all of the sudden everyone breaks out into a tradition or something where there's a bunch of ribbons tied to the top of a tree or a long pole and each person grabs a ribbon and weaves in and out with the other people. Check out these pictures.

The daytime madness ended right after sunset and we thought that everyone was going to be passed out and not be up for our show. We set up and did a sound check and at about 11:30, a ton of people just started flowing in to the house. Here's the only picture of the sound check before things got crazy.

At the end of the night when we were finished playing, everyone in the room started chanting for another song. Keller wanted to bust out "Ghostbusters" and I urged him to reconsider. Instead we closed with a ridiculous jam of jungle boogie...people were going nuts.

Thanks to everyone up in Palo Alto at the Synergy house. We had a great time and can't wait to be back! The energy at the show on Saturday was like nothing we've ever seen before. Hollerrrrr!

Sunday, May 10, 2009

Palo Alto Show

Just got back from a crazy weekend. Last night's show at Synergy, the Stanford co-op, was out of control! We played from about midnight until 2:30/3:00 and the crowd was getting DOWN! People were dancing like crazy, taking off clothes, partying in their underwear, nude, body paint, etc... It was really cool to see how they throw parties up north and how different the vibe is up there. Can't wait to get back on the road after our LA and Orange County dates. We're looking to add shows in Las Vegas and Boulder, CO too so keep on checking back for more tour dates. And if you haven't picked up a copy of our CD, you can now buy them off our website. Just click on the image of the CD artwork on the main page.

Saturday, May 9, 2009

San Francisco Show

We just finished our first show in San Francisco. We played over at this spot called Ireland's 32 and the crowd was wild!! Everyone was gettin down, drinking, and partyin like crazy. It's such a breath of fresh air to get out of Los Angeles and play some music for different people. We stayed with our friend Jim and Chris and they told us about a really cool sustainability event going on today. Check this out:

Grand Opening of Esperanza Sustainability Center
685 Florida Street between 18th and 19th Streets
San Francisco, CA
Saturday, May 9, 2009 11:00am - 6:00pm

Come celebrate the Mission District's newest community garden and
center for sustainable living.

Featuring a bicycle-powered sound system from ROCK THE BIKE
with performances by:
Para La Gente(Latin Hip Hop),
Stitchcraft (Middle Eastern Fusion),
Yaguelin Deyabu,
Rock The Bike's Fossil FOOL,
Aaron Ableman and Aharon.
The Big Tadoo Puppet Crew,
Tracey Tree and other special guests

Workshops & Demonstrations in: urban gardening, composting, greywater
systems, Mycorhyzal life, natural building and more.

Presentation by: Ashel Eldridge from Alliance For Climate Education

Bicycle Powered Smoothies by ROCK THE BIKE
NO THROW AWAYS: bring your own cup, or use our own mugs and wash it

Wow, San Fran is a really hip place and all of the people we have come across have been way chill. Would like to thank all of our friends that came out last night to support, to Jim and Chris for having us stay at their place, and Beth for having us play over at Ireland's. Off to Palo Alto tonight! San Fran: We'll be back soon!!