Tuesday, April 14, 2009

the hippie unleashes.

I cant seem to turf something that isn't broken or could be used for something else.
Vinylux has the same idea. They use old records and sleeves to reinvent their products such as; bowls, notebooks, coasters etc.
100% wind-powered, Know your product on High st Northcote, is another shop I like for this purpose. Somewhat like a trading post but in a store, they have a heap of old furniture and nick nacks for your house as well as little kooky post-war trinkets.

This what Wikipedia named my band.
I dont mind it at all actually..
Violinst and double bass, a must.


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