Underground radio is alive and well in Austin, Texas. I had fun times last night hanging out at the KAOS 95.9 "studio" with Rocket. Our friend Ray was drinking some quality Busch Light during his d.j. time, and queuing up some fantastic music. The studio is in a decrepit garage whose walls and ceiling contain some interesting graffiti. In one corner there's a bookshelf filled with empty liquor bottles. Seating includes a stained couch that was once some bland neutral color, a stool and a broken plastic lawn chair. Despite the less than sparkling clean environment, Rocket and I had a great time listening to music and talking with the guys that were hanging out. The topics of conversation ranged from one man's G.I. issue that resolved itself at the Half Price Books on S. Lamar to a description of the home where I'm currently housesitting. Suffice it to say that when the music is loud it is easy to mistake "master bedroom" for "masturbation". Tune your radio to KAOS or visit the website if you prefer to stream it and enjoy.
While I'm thinking about music, let me take this moment to share with you that the Go Betty Go cd "Nothing is More" is nothing but kick ass good. I bought mine at Best Buy, but Waterloo sells them, too. GBG is an all-female L.A. pop-punk group with a solid sound. Check 'em out!