Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Cash'd Out in Tempe, AZ

Cash'd Out
Originally uploaded by aa4on
Just came across this rather awesome action shot of me performing with Cash'd Out in Tempe, AZ!

The internet blows my mind. I was just in Tempe on Saturday night performing, and now I can see a picture of it here on Flickr. Crazy!!!

Big thanks aa4on for posting this. :-)

Friday, October 24, 2008

David Banner's "Get Like Me" Verse 3

Have you ever seen a Chevy with the (get like me)?


Saturday, October 18, 2008


I seriously need to take a shower before the Evangenitals show(s) tonight. I've been getting DOWN with the real deal house-cleaning all day today, inhaling chemicals, doing laundry, blasting scalding water at weird shower mold on the suction cups of the crocodile mat that inhabits my bathtub, scrubbing floors and sinks and toilets, sorting mail and receipts... I even cleaned out my purse, organized business cards, stacked up the change. And there's still so much to do. Ridiculous how things can get into such disarray when I'm busy.

There's been a lot going on lately. I've been taking lots of phone cam pics that I need to post which will help to tell the stories of Claremont fire pits, Keith's fashion sense, our recording session with students from the SAE Institute in Hollywood, and other Genital adventures. I swear, I'll get it together and get 'em up here soon so you can see Keith's golden slacks illuminated by FIRE! Huzzah.

As for now, it's time to hop in my incredible clean shower. Hop, hop, hop...

Sunday, October 12, 2008

Found Footage

Originally uploaded by Gema Campos Hernando
Just found this picture from the Cash'd Out show in Truckee on Flickr. Amazing what's out there in the world when you're out in the world. :-)

Saturday, October 04, 2008

As a light mist falls from the skies of Los Angeles, California, USA, the Evangenitals are preparing to go play a show at the Eagle Rock Music Festival. We're the final act, after all the other stages close down. We get to end the whole affair, streaming love into the crowd, streaming live on KXLU. My great hope is that either the skies clear and stop tinkling on the people, and/or that a great number of folks decide to endure and stick it out till the end with us.

I'm sitting here putting the greatest thought, care, and pure love I can into the selection of which 7 to 8 songs we're going to unleash into the ether this evening during our tight 35 minute set. Everything, of course, is subject to change as soon as we feel the ACTUAL energy of the crowd and see what kind of a magic carpet ride they are wanting to go on with us.

Here is my good-weather conjuring stick figure drawing of the day: