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I'm Brent (@BrentBillock), frontman for the Cincinnati rock & roll band Evening Redness.

I also love motorcycles, books, and great design.

early-onset-of-night:

Travelling from town to town in a broken down van, earning just enough money for beer and McDonald’s and gas to the next show, all the while getting more ass than a toilet seat. You guys know why rock’n roll was invented, don’t you? To get laid. Why develop an interesting personality or be tall or…

My hero.

taestell:

Cincinnati’s Beer Culture

(via urbancincy)

tastefullyoffensive:

Anatomy of Songs [wronghands]

Seems legit.

(via kids-boards-and-rock-n-roll)

cross-connect:

JB started animating musc albums covers, he says - for fun, and decided to post them. It was a very good decision. So take a look at his @tumblr.

                                             :-)

(via crossconnectmag)

This looks magnificent. And I’m so happy to hear Other Lives' music in a trailer for a good movie, rather than a Josh Brolin disaster.

vimeo:

Terry Gilliam, the man who brought us Brazil, returns to his surreal futuristic side with Zero Theorem.

Buy it or rent it on Vimeo On Demand

Well, that turned around nicely. Go Bears!

This handheld massager must have a time limit on how long it will run. When it shut off, it felt like it was telling me “that’s enough.”

And that’s how I found myself saying to an inanimate object: “You don’t know me. You don’t know my pain.”

El Pintor sounds exactly like the Interpol I remember from 2002. This record is more 2002 than a joke about Michael Jackson holding his baby over a hotel room balcony. El Pintor evokes the past so vividly that Interpol must’ve consciously set out to essentially re-create its first record on purpose. Bands never admit to doing this, because nostalgia-humping is generally considered to be an artistic sin. But if you’re still interested in hearing new Interpol music at this point, I suspect you want that music to sound like El Pintor.

This Is It: Interpol, Karen O, and the Ghosts of ‘Rock’s Back!’ Past «

We have almost this exact picture hanging in a small frame in our downstairs bathroom. Except it’s a shot I took about 10 years ago when we were in Milan. It’s startling to see such a familiar view populated with people from an entirely different era.

We have almost this exact picture hanging in a small frame in our downstairs bathroom. Except it’s a shot I took about 10 years ago when we were in Milan. It’s startling to see such a familiar view populated with people from an entirely different era.

(Source: definemotorsports, via attacktime)

Here’s where we’ll be night after tomorrow! Come see my band Evening Redness at The Drinkery, 1150 Main Street in Over the Rhine this Thursday. We’re opening for Trampsteamer, another great Cincinnati rock band, in a FREE show!
Come hear the music. And say hi after our set!
photo via Bockfest on Flickr

Here’s where we’ll be night after tomorrow! Come see my band Evening Redness at The Drinkery, 1150 Main Street in Over the Rhine this Thursday. We’re opening for Trampsteamer, another great Cincinnati rock band, in a FREE show!

Come hear the music. And say hi after our set!

photo via Bockfest on Flickr

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