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Now,for something totally unrelated to sledding down comm. ave in your friends Toyota, just so you can get your Sweat on

"i heard a rumor somewhere that black people like chicken.... thank you McDonalds for confirming this"


p.s ...cocksuckers ...

" oh and the art is ok "
- anonymous

With that said, you can't really come for any association ,who's sole purpose to provide a room that offers a healthier enviroment for a young child to grow in. Hopefully , that amounts in one less self obsorbed egomaniac starting a blog. I think we all know there are more creative ways to get back at daddy.

Your dictator is a busy girl these days...and of course, just when I told you I wouldn't be posting, I had the chance to sit down for a few and catch up with Mike Tran. Mike is half of the duo behind TheNightSociety, a line of t-shirts that is set to launch on Friday at the last SWEAT at The Estate. The launch party is worth checking out for many other reasons- Hot Pink Delorean EP release, Jay K from So Dope!, the fact that the night is FREE before 11:30 so you can spend your cover on Jameson/ginger ale and connie. But I'll let Mister Girl stay on that tip. Let's talk about the clothes...
Businessman Tran and graphic designer Kyle Brandse were the ones who brought us the Cashmoney Distribution line, which is no longer in production. To me, Cashmoney logos and shirt designs lay somewhere between neon signs, a diamond/platinum grillpiece, and 3-d softcore on X, so I first asked Tran to tell me how The Night Society plans to keep it new and different. "More aggressive," he answered. "Clean, basic, artistic." And it's true- the designs are still loud, but sharper and more linear. I can't, in good conscience, use the word "sophisticated" to describe any line with a t-shirt that says "Pop Bottles Fuck Models", but the graphics are all grown up. Cash Money was the cool, cute new kid to Night Society's full blown shot caller. We know that Brandse can do neon and half-naked women, but to see him absolutely kill it with the text interlock/placement on the shirt below shows me that his fundamentals are also well intact. We also share the sentiment here at ONTHATTIP.INFO.
Night Society Photo by Lara Callahan

As for Tran's favorite shirt design, good luck prying that one out of him..."I'm torn between I Like It Rough, and Party Like Us," he laughs, "for the loud ones. And obviously the We Grind All Day And Fuckin' Ball shirts." Good thing he settled on a favorite that wasn't even included in that list, shown b elow left. I will admit, this is my #1 as well, and what I will be nabbing, but in the interest of variety here is a close competitor on the right.
Kyle Brandse, Night Society Photos by Lara Callahan

How will you wear your Night Society? I plan to destroy- I mean customize- my shirt, and rock it with a sloppy cardigan, acid wash jeans, and towering heels, since not all of us can pull off the quintessential "Brandse bandanna, bottle and cocked brim" version of the look. Show me what you come up with, and keep your eye on Mike Tran, Kyle Brandse, and The Night Society. These boys know how to hustle.
I promise you stars that my post infrequency is due to planning the upcoming fashion show, to take place at the FTW FUCK 2008 New Year's Eve Party! I'll be styling wild individualized looks, for some of my favorite faces, with pieces from Rescue and Maya Made It. When you're just starting to get an early buzz, glamazon girls will strut by in impeccable costume with Rogue Waves of ONTHATTIP.INFO on audio. Yes, we love you.

Speaking of our fashion show, I am excited to show off Rescue's quirky, effortless, and affordable style, and equally lucky to have the serially talented Maya adding some of her pieces to the lineup. I went to visit her at her workspace today on a secret spy mission (well, not secret forever, but until I have her blessing. If I showed you, she'd have to kill me). I wanted to  bring my camera, but she was hard at work and I'm not one to interfere.

The fashion show is going to be killer.

Kara, Tobey Van O, Saf  Photo by Lara Callahan

New talent Tobey Van O (as sandwiched above), the man behind my newly lightened locks, will be working our models' hair. Curious, unique looks on the runway. Maya, whom the phrase "local designer" does no justice. I really don't want to overload you with F I E R C E until New Year's Eve. Bear with me during the posting freeze, and join FTW, ONTHATTIP.INFO, and a slew of sick DJs, come December 31st. We will bring it and we know you will, too.

Casey, I wanted to post the updated flyer, but since it's not on facebook yet, I'm going to use this magnificent Blob Fish as a place holder. Any readers who would prefer a flyer to the Blob Fish's timeless allure, definitely let Casey Rankin know.

Stunning Photo via


This was meant to be. Jeppe (1/2 Junior Senior) teams up with Classixx to produce this absolutely killer track. I had a friend send me this out of the blue - it's not scheduled to be released for at least another six months. Does that make this a 2008 or 2009 exclusive? Does this still count since it's the Royal Rumble remix (TIP: It's not even on their MySpace yet)? Do you authentically like bass? So many questions.

Classixx ft. Jeppe - I'll Get U (Royal Rumble Edit)

All of the (now-defunct) Junior Senior talk got me wondering - what the fuck is the other guy up to? Apparently, he signed to Kitsune and is producing things like this:

I don't know how I've let all of this slip under the radar. I also don't know why I've been keeping such a fervent tab on DE DE MOUSE remixes.

if i was smart i would stop and start there. However, I think most of you understand the nature of this blog. I understand that we have been dodging around the true events of what happened last Saturday the 6th of December. Let me be the first to tell you that the title of this post has been the first accurate title i have done since we started this nonsense.


However, let me direct your attention to the character, on the left. That's right ladies and gentlemen ; Drop The Lime. I'm sure some of you noticed, that on our original flyer mr "lime" was not mentioned, but somehow wound up behind our decks to close out the evening, but we'll get to all of that later

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I have to say ,privus is always a win, and quiet honestly I always write that . I suppose that the launch party would be different for me , for obvious reasons. Starting at the beginning I guess you could say the roguewaves set was on point , although young there is a distinct maturity steadily becoming apparent in their sets and mixes. Speaking of which DJ Die Young's set highlighted his impending ascent into DJ greatness, keeping everyone including myself on the tips of our toes so to speak. Never, to be undone Michael V rounded out things, filling in the gaps where the others did not.

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Now, we get to the interesting part of our night , and I could go on about how epic, noteworthy and how Broman and I were standing on a chair throwing up gun signs screaming
"Fuck Yeah, POP POP POP"

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instead, I'm just going to say this.


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goodnight and good fight