Sunday, December 25, 2016

Duracell Overreaches

That's one lofty claim there, Duracell.

Sunday, December 11, 2016

Trump is Person of the Year?

I'm not sure why anyone is acting as if TIME's "Person of the Year Award" holds any prestige. Remember when they gave it to literally every person on the planet?

Saturday, December 3, 2016

One Accomplishment

I've done a lot of things in my lifetime. Some good, others bad. But I think what I'm most proud of is that I have not eaten a Hot Pocket in over a decade.

Friday, December 2, 2016

HANGOVER FRIDAY AT WORK Playlist (12/2/16)

Kicking it off with...

The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars

Marquee Moon

First Rays of the New Rising Sun

Television is one of my favorite "Twin Guitar ATTACK!" bands, but now let's go with the master of guitar freak outs.


Changing direction just a little now...


Love Man

J Dilla

Left Turn!

Mecca and the Soul Brother

Nothing but classics in the office today.

Blazing Arrow

I'll finish of the day with one of my favorites of all time. A perfect album.

Emergency & I

Looks like I'm stuck at work a little longer than I planned. But now it's late enough to play something a little more weird.

Sunday, September 18, 2016

Saturday, September 3, 2016

[RECAP] Good Room 8/31/16

Hosey's first show in four(?!) years was a big success! We played as part of Garage Land, a weekly event featuring rock, garage, and punk bands. I'm not exactly sure where Hosey lies among all those genres; maybe wherever bands like Mission of Burma and DEVO fit? No matter, the show was amazing and all the bands killed.

Much thanks to Good Room, which is indeed a good room, and Tommy for booking us. Thanks to the other bands that shared the stage with us: The Heavy Howl, Sly Moth, and David Jacobsin and the Space Wizards. Special thanks to our friend Mabel who took these pictures for us.

SETLIST 8/31/16

Building Steam With a Grain of Shadow
Frankie T.
Glass Onion
Syntax =/= Semantics
Holiday Song
Valerie Loves Me
Walk Through Walls
So There's a Girl...


Sunday, August 28, 2016

[LIVE] HOSEY at Good Room 8/31

After four long years, HOSEY returns from the darkest sides of the universe with new sounds and new tales to amaze Earthbound citizens.

What started as two men and one computer AI farcasting across the galaxy in search of the rarest vinyl and tastiest sandwiches quickly became an epic adventure between dimensions where living turntables the size of Saturn's rings sing the Music of the Spheres; where nebulae birth sounds instead of stars. A journey where black holes were swallowed, Shrike were slain, and Upside Downs were right-side-upped. And they even saved a cat.

Now, let
HOSEY tell you of their adventures the only way they know how: through most excellent tunes.

And it doesn't end with the music! Afterwards, there will be a double birthday celebration. Buy a birthday beer for Patrik Phalen, the enigmatic mastermind behind
HOSEY's double timeloop technology. And toast to another year of life with Lindsey Moore, the first human to tame the elusive agave of the red planet and distill Martian Mezcal.

The party will literally never end.

But seriously, I am ecstatic to announce HOSEY is finally returning to the stage. Playing with our friends, The Heavy Howl, at Good Room in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Wednesday, August 31st, 9pm! Be there!

Here's the lineup:

Doors open at 8:30

Good Room
98 Messerole Avenue
(Meserole & Manhattan Avenue)

$7 at the door