well since we had the news that soon 2 would become 3, pyMac™ and the soon to be pyMac Mini™ (still working on the pyMac pyPhone™) we have had lots to think about and start acting upon. mostly this has been the need to think about where we will live. so house hunting has picked up again. when we looked pre christmas it was tiring and frustrating in equal measures, and surfice to say not much has changed having taken up the hunt again - though py may be finding the ‘tiring’ part more of an issue now. any updates in the situation will be added to the blog as they occur.
… on the way to pick up pyMac’s belated christmas present that is. Mac’s sister sent pyMac a really cool set of Gorillaz figures, from Kid Robot - Mac went down to the St Kilda post office to pick them up during his lunch hour. After wating in line for a few minutes and finally handing over his id to pick up the parcel, there is a voice from the queue ‘i know that bloke, from snowboarding, sure i do’. Well sure enough Mac turns around and recognises Craig, a good friend of a good friend (Stuart McGee, singer with PDHM - metal heads click here).
what does pyMac make of all this - WEIRD that is what. It just really is one of those small world things. move to other side of the world, wait a week to go to the post office in your lunch hour and then bump into some bloke from London on the day he is leaving Melbourne for Tasmania!! well Craig is back in Melbourne this weekend and we will be catching up sunday before he heads off to Sydney in his campervan. here’s to WEIRD and small world craziness and friends all around the world.
well we have been making the most of our time before Jellybean arrives in late July and have been to see a fair amount of music over the past couple of weeks. our first was to the Big Day Out, where we saw the likes of Tool (py’s favourite), Lily Allen, who was great live especially if you are into ska, Muse who have the most incredible live sound, (certainly better than on their cd’s in our opinion!), and a few local acts like Macromantics, John Butler Trio, The Herd and The Vines. Later that same week we went to Festival Hall to see Muse, and Py is actually kind of glad she missed out on Tool tickets (the gig was on the same night), because seeing Muse in a relatively small venue was absolutely incredible… if you haven’t seen them live then we seriously suggest you don’t miss out, no matter what music you are into!
finally, last weekend we went to the Good Vibrations Festival, the music was good, we saw the Beastie Boys, J5, Rahzel and JS-1, Cut Copy, DJ Yoda, and Nightmares on Wax, but the crowd was a bit crap. guess the mix of dance/house/techno and hip hop caused some very different people to turn up. strange venue too, way too many people for such a small space when 90% of those people are on a very strange cocktail of substances… but despite this the music was good, and it was even a laugh to see snoop dogg and his posse!
- Classic studio
- Classic studio
- Noë updated
- veggie garden updates
- vegie garden
- teeth and t-shirts
- new highchair
- latest shots of the little Noë Zachary
- Mac’s a finalist
- Don’t Panic / This Poster Is Free
- every studio has a subscription to Creative Review…
- Noë gets his own logo
- keeping it real for the choccoholics
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