Tuesday, December 22, 2009
FLIPPER GUITAR SPATULA
Serve up some pure Rock n' Roll deliciousness with our Flipper Guitar Spatula. Perfect for eggs, pancakes, or the Elvis special - fried peanut butter and banana sandwiches. The Flipper Guitar Spatula is 50% rock, 50% roll and 100% Silicone. It's dishwasher safe and tested up to 500 degrees. Crank up the heat, crank up the jams, and get cookin'!
Available in red or black.
100% Silicone. Measures 4.5 inches wide x 17 inches long.
Found @ http://coolmaterial.com/home/flipper-guitar-spatula/
Monday, December 21, 2009
NEW YEARS EVE FIESTA!
spinning all the best of Spanish-sung new wave, rock n’ roll, electropop, and cumbia
200 Orchard St (btwn Houston & Stanton)
New York, NY
10PM – 4AM
21+ w/ ID
Door Cover: with RSVP $10 to firstname.lastname@example.org
Cover without RSVP til 12am $15
Cover after 12am $8
10pm - 11pm OPEN BAR!!!
Sponsored by Jose Cuervo & Parrot Bay Rum
Complimentary Champagne & Grapes served at midnight
Raffle giveaways sponsored by LaCosmopolatina, Remezcla, Guanabee
Saturday, December 19, 2009
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Wednesday, November 4, 2009
This mix can either be a sit at your desk and snap your fingers or a toe tapping indie fix on your ipod. It's definitely not a crazy dance party mix, but that's what I wanted...indie rock and pop from the heart. It makes me feel at peace with a great big smile on my face. ENJOY!!
1. Illegal En Estyle – Pilar Diaz
2. No te metas a mi facebook – Esteman
3. Ecima De Ti – Arthur Yoria
4. La Mistica Esprial – Adrianigual
5. Tu Necesidad – Onvi
6. Jamas – Telegrama
7. Eras mi persona favorita – Teleradio Donoso
8. Advertencia – Primera De Praga
9. Vas Voy - Zenttric
10. A Marte – Pastilla
11. Carmelo – Vainilla
12. Bailan – L-Kan
13. Que Bonito – Babaluca
14. Decorado – Marcelo Ezquiaga
15. Peace & Love – Zoe
16. Llueve Sobre La Ciudad – Los Bunkers
17. Fascinado – Sidonie
18. Septiembre no esta tan lejos – Nadadora
19. Tu y Yo – Something In Spanish
20. Valentina – Carla Morrison
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
A BIG thank you to AMANDITITITA for her awesome live performance at our last 2009 party!! Almost everyone showed in costume and Fontana's was packed from wall-to-wall. There were new and familiar faces in the crowd and the party didn't end until we kicked you out at 4am. Also, thank you to Nacional records for the costume contest prizes! Check out the party fotos by ISAPhoto.com!
Saturday, October 31, 2009
1. Soy Dracula - Mister Chivo
2. La Mata Viejitas - Amandititita
3. Mi Novio es un Zombie Null - Kinder Porno
4. Labios Ardientes - Desechables
5. Que le ha pasado al sabado? - Rocky Horror Show
6. Dracula ye-ye - Andres Pajares
7. El baile del Sapo - Timbiriche
8. Vampiros Adolescentes - Waldorf Historia
9. Sangre - Paralisis Permanente
10. A Donde van los Muertos? - Kinky
11. Mi Novio es un Zombie - Alaska y Dinarama
12. Soy Dracula - McNamara
13. Loba (Quemadiscos remix) - Shakira
14. Loco Mia - Loco Mia
15. La Cumbia Metalera - Los Querubines Negros del Molocotongo
16. El Monje Loco - Mister Chivo
17. El Hombre Lobo - Mister Chivo
18. Que Monstruos Son - Lost Acapulco
19. Adams Famly Theme song
20. Night of the Vampire - The Moontrekkers
Thank you to Remezcla, Club Fonograma, and Cheese and Fine for posting my mix!! XOXO
Mister Chivo. “Soy Dracula” / Amandititita. “La Mata Viejitas” / Kinder Porno. “Mi novio es un Zombie Null / Desechables. “Labios Ardientes / Rocky Horror Show. “Que le ha pasasado al sábado? / Andres Pajares. “Dracula Ye-Ye” / Timbiriche. “El Baile del Sapo.” / Waldorf Historia. “Vampiros Adolescentes” / Paralisis Permanente. “Sangre” / Kinky. “A donde van los muertos?”
Alaska y Dinamarca. “Mi novio es un zombie”/ McNamara. “Soy Dracula / Shakira. “Loba” (Quemadiscos Mix) / Loco Mia. “Loco Mia” / Los Querubines Negros Molocotongo. “La Cumbia Metalera” / Miser Chivo. “El Monje Loco” / Mister Chivo. “El Hombre Lobo” / Lost Acapulco. “Que monstruos son” / “Adam’s Family Theme Song” / The Moontrekkers. “Night of the Vampire”
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Tuesday, October 27, 2009
Dulce Pinzon has been working on her Superheroes series for a while now and each photo is great! The latest one features a few of my friends in the background and me! You can see my face sticking out behind the kid wearing a flannel shirt w/ his back to the camera at the counter. I think we sat at that diner for an hour or so eatting free burgers, fries, and coca-cola, Mmmm. I drank waaaay too much Coke tho, haha.
She also took a beautiful picture of me last year as a pinup girl w/ red apples...I love this one.
you can see more of her work here: http://www.dulcepinzon.com
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
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Friday, October 16, 2009
NEW YORK, NY - The anticipation is getting higher with only two more monthly Nacotheque parties at Fontana’s this October ‘09. On Sat, October 24th Nacotheque will present the queen of anarcumbia Amandititita from Mexico City (filming scenes for a music video) which will also be the official Halloween costume party and the last Nacotheque monthly party at Fontana’s!
For the past two years the producers of Nacotheque Marcelo Cunning and Amylu Meneses held a bi-month party in the basement of Fontana’s. After many fun-filled nights the producers decided to go back to doing one-off special events when the time is right.
The Nacotheque parties have been going on for three and a half years in NYC and the producers assure everyone the party’s not over yet…
Oct, 26 – Amandititita (also filming scenes for her new music video)
Cover: $10 at the door / $8 w/ RSVP@shawpromotion.com
Location: Fontana’s (in the basement) - 105 Eldridge St btwn Broome & Grand St.
Time: 11:00PM – 4AM
Age Limit: 21+ w/ ID
OPEN BAR: 11pm - 12am SVEDKA Vodka
ABOUT AMANDITITITA: myspace.com/amandititita
THE ANARCHUMBIA QUEEN - Anarcumbia definition: Anarchist cumbia, sarcastic satire of everyday life. Amandititita definition: A very short form for her name, Amanda Escalante. Born in Tampico,Tamaulipas, Mexico on the third day of August,l979. Studied at SOGEM The General Society of Mexican Writers and later on at Escuela Dinámica de Escritores (Dynamic School of Writers), directed by Mario Bellatin. Among her teachrers were Elsa Cross, Daniel Sada, Sergio Pitol, Hugo Arguelles and Guillermo Fadanelli. She studied Drama with French teacher Phillipe Eustachon and performed at the Mexico City Museum and Ollin Yoliztli Theater. She writes stories and novels but for the time being she writes songs, and performs them with colored crinolines.
At 14, she started writing poetry and stories. But her appearance in the world of music was only five years ago. Lyrics were written on napkins due to the lack of a computer and over karaoke tracks she placed the lyrics. With these simple songs she sang in different places in Mexico and Europe. Until she found a piece of paper that read “If you have lyrics but you are missing the music... Call now!” She called, and behind the phone speaker she found a composer that for 600 pesos made the music for METROSEXUAL, LA MATA VIEJITAS, LA MUY MUY, LA MICROBUSERA and others. At the time she was living in a single room on the top floor of a building, but in Condesa. She made 3000 pesos a month working in an advertisement agency, spent 2000 on rent, and had to manage how to make ends meet, buying food, and saving to pay for the music of her songs.
All a social phenomenon. Relentless fighter for freedom of speech. Her songs have urban themes, with a hidden social criticism. Her songs tell about the slums, the dark side of Mexico, places that generally do not inspire to make a song, like a government office where the secretary who is in love with the manager, (Viernes de Quincena), the frustrated wife with a drunk husband, (A Chingar Te Vas), or a nurse that kills old ladies, or a dark skin woman that wants to be blonde to be on TV (La Güera Televisa), or the typical man who extremely worries about his body, (Metrosexual). Amanditita is inspired by the everyday news. Her songs are played on commercial radio stations, in La Que Buena and Exa, because her lyrics are rock but her music is cumbia, it is a popular product.
Wednesday, July 15, 2009
Tuesday, July 14, 2009
Check out this music video of "Bla bla bla"
7.10 Chicago, IL - Metro Chicago, IL
7.11 Cleveland, OH - Beachland Ballroom
7.12 Rochester, NY - Bug Jar
7.13 Toronto, ON - The Legendary Horseshoe Tavern
7.14 Montreal, QC - Motore
7.15 Boston, MA - The Church
7.16 Philadelphia, PA - Johnny Brenda's
7.17 Brooklyn, NY USA - Southpaw
7.19 Hoboken, NJ - TBA
7.18 New Haven, CT - Cafe Nine
7.21 Baltimore, MD - Talking Head
7.22 NYC, NY - The Studio at Webster Hall
7.23 Washington, DC - Black Cat
7.24 Pittsburgh, PA - 31st Street Pub
7.25 Cincinnati, OH - Comet Bar
7.26 Columbus, OH - Ravari Room
Saturday, July 11, 2009
These guys are from Mexico City, they wear black and white stripped t-shirts like Joey Ramone, and well, you check em' out yourself and make your own decision.
Tuesday, June 30, 2009
Friday, June 26, 2009
Unfortunately, they didn't want an all Spanish setlist, so I'm actually gonna be spinning mostly English-sung (and some new French stuff) indie-but-popular hits like Ladyhawke, Yelle, Bat For Lashes, Camera Obscura, Ting Tings, Glass Candy, Prototypes, New Young Pony Club, MGMT, Dead Disco, Metric, etc.
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