Thursday, 30 January 2014

Happy Music and Handstands

Beach Party.
Not a frequent activity in my life but definitely blasting through my speakers at any chance I get. I love their great 1960's sound and the cool lyrics (I think they're actually writing about my life), but most importantly it's music that makes me happy and want to do handstands and have a party on the beach and maybe do some handstands there too.
Not only are they amazing and fantastic and everyone should love them but they're hilarious and you should read their Facebook Page about section because it's great. 
Anyway enough about me...
Chekkit out:

Also, be a doll and download their album here.

Happy Handstand-ing 

Tuesday, 28 January 2014

Going Deaf Would Suck

I fancy myself quite the Playlist maker. Maybe one day I'll escalate to being a DJ, and then maybe another day after that, I'll be as cool as Daft Punk. They're so good they're not even human any more.
They've gone beyond.
 1. All Night - Icona Pop
2. The Clapping Song - Shirley Ellis
3. The Sun - Western Disco ft. Lura
4. Urban Photograph - Urban Cone
5. Ca Plane Pour Moi - Team Genius
6. Chelsea Blakemore - Beatenberg
7. One Day - Asaf Avidan & The Mojos
8. Build It Up - Monark
9. Medicine - Daughter
1. Blue Eyed Hexe - Pixies

1. Are We All We Are - Pink
2. White Walls - Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
3. Can We Dance - The Vamps
4. Hey Brother - Aviici
5. You Make Me - Aviici
6. Dark Horse - Katy Perry ft Juicy J
7. The Monster - Eminem ft Rhianna
8. Take Me Away - Avril Lavigne
9. Thinking About You - Calvin Harris ft. Ayah Marar

1. Kids (Cover) - Andrew James
2. Great White Bear - Dear Reader
3. No Ceiling - Eddie Vedder
4. Dream a Little Dream - Eddie Vedder
5. My Moon Man - Feist
6. 1234 - Feist
7. Hakol Kashura - Habanot Nechama
8. Bushfire - Hot Water
9. New Slang - The Shins

Check 'em out on 8tracks and be sure to follow me :D

The Other Side of the Mountain

Usually around December I head over to a little Town in the Cape.
Cape Town?
Have you heard of it?
Well, I spend about a month there doing this Summer Camp for Youthes trying to teach them how to be better people, save the world and be as cool as I am. You know, the usual...
Along the way we have pretty crazy adventures. Most of them include driving from one side of the mountain to the other.

The Creamery:
Hand made ice-cream where you can actually taste the ice-cream and the people don't judge you. Such an odd experience. I literally stood there for like twenty minutes trying to refuse the little spoon of deliciousness the girl behind the counter was offering me. They literally force you to tasteit. So different from good ol' Jo'burg.
You should deffos check it out because its great and so good. I'm actually glad I don't live in Cape Town 'cause I will probably live on the ice cream and get diabetes and die..
We took a little trip into town for the Michaelis Grad' Show, where we walked around for hours looking at all the Art the Fourth Years had made and pretending to be really pretentious Art Critics. Its actually harder than it looks. You have to be able to get in touch with your inner most feeling and then stifle your giggles so the people don't get offended.
These were real butterflies that were cast in Wax and sewn together it was super odd. There were also other taxidermy-d animals. Pretty much scarred for life.

Cape Town was super great, but nothing beats a Good Jozi Jol.


Remember that one time I decided it would be a good idea to go 'Speed Dating'?
Well, here's the video they made. I'm in it. But I said a bunch of other things that were hilarious and mazing ut whatever.