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Sunday, June 25, 2006

LG Remote Laundry Monitor System

This LG power line control modem is required to operate the RLM10 remote laundry monitor system for the WM2677 front load washer and DLE5977M dryers. This modem transfers information into the power line and sends it to the remote laundry monitor. This allows the user to view the current status of the laundry team as well as send direct commands such as start, stop and pause.

demo: here

Friday, June 23, 2006

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I love days off.

Stuff this weekend

The Streets @ Phoenix blog.emerge.ca (very sold out)
De la Soul @ HarbourFront snipurl.com/delasoulharbourfront
Bedouin Soundclash @ Coronation Park in Oakville oakvillefestival.com
The Drinks Show tonight and Tomorrow - drinksshow.com

Four Seasons Opera House-Open House coc.ca
Philosopher Kings and Fireworks in Oakville oakvillefestival.com
Make it Funky @ the ElMo snipurl.com/makeitfunkyflier

Wednesday Billy Talent is doing a live concert outside of Much, at 7pm and Maceo Parker is on at 8 in Nathan Phillips Square.

Friday, June 16, 2006

Stuff to do Saturday

Sat Evening: Free 229 Richmond St. W: The Trews 6:15pm
Sat Night: Sunnyside Pavillion: $20 DJ Spinna 9ish-?
Saturday, June 17th
229 Richmond Street
Gates 2pm 102.1 The Edge Live to Air: 2 - 8pm

Attack In Black: 3pm
The Stills: 4:30pm
The Trews: 6:15pm
Cadence Weapon: 8pm
Alexisonfire: 9:30pm

Blockstorm featuring Alexisonfire hits Toronto Saturday!June 16th, 2006
Looking for something to do on one of the most beautiful days of the summer on a budget? Come down to 229 Richmond Street (behind Montana’s) where you can test drive the hottest GM cars, get your game on in the XBox tent, see the latest in Graffiti art, check out an insane fire demo, and lets not forget about the bands! Best of all…it’s FREE!
229 Richmond Street W. (Behind Montana’s)

dj Spinna at Sunnyside Pavilion
With a gorgeous warm evening forecasted for saturday this is going to be a beautiful outdoor event. We've been reading up on dj Spinna and his list of accomplishments as a dj, producer and remixer is impressive - expect a wide mix of hip hop, house, funk and reggae. Izzy, Felix and Gani from milk. team up with Richard Brooks (formerly from RNB) and continue to bring in great musical talent to our city - last week's Marky Ramone show was a stunner!
Visit milkevents.com for more details and to get tickets online,
$20. Highly recommended.

Thursday, June 15, 2006

The New DealMod Club Theatre Friday, July 21st

Tickets $20 in advance at TM, RT, SS\n19+ / Doors 9pm
The New DealMod Club Theatre Friday, July 21st
The story continues to evolve with Canada’s the New Deal, as they celebrate the seismic collision of live, improvised jamming with the energy and flow of contemporary dance music. Since the band’s formation in 1999 – a self described “beautiful accident” – North American response has been exceptional. Audiences have embraced what is now called the “New Deal Sound”. At the vanguard of a new progressive style, the New Deal has become a live touring phenomenon. They have appeared at Bonnaroo, Jazz Fest New Orleans, the Coachella Festival, Street Scene in San Diego, Berkfest and the Detroit Electronic Music Festival to name just a few. They have headlined over 400 shows in the past 4 years. The New Deal inspires audiences of all kinds, from packed dance clubs across North America, to spellbound receptions during opening tours with Herbie Hancock or Page McConnel from Phish.

Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Band of Horses Review - because I missed it...

As my Swiss Stomach Chalet issues is continued poison into day 2, I had to miss this small venue stop by Sub Pop's Band of Horses. Luckily BlogTo.com covered the appearance.
You can join me in whining about missing it, after you read the review.
Photo courtesy of blogto.com too. I dig them, go there.

Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Band of Horses @ Lee's Palace - 10:15pm

Band of Horses : http://www.bandofhorses.com/
Lee's Palace - 10:15pm
MEMBERS: Ben Bridwell Mat Brooke
WHERE FROM: Seattle, Tucson, South Carolina
links from sub-pop
The Great Salt LakeFrom Everything All The Time[MP3 5.45m]
The FuneralFrom Everything All The Time[Quicktime 7.78m][MP3 4.92m]
links from 3hive.com
Wicked Gil [MP3, 4.2MB, 160kbps]
I Lost My Dingle on the Red Line [MP3, 2.3MB, 160kbps]
Funeral [MP3, 6.6MB, 160kbps]
Bass Song [MP3, 2.9MB, 160kbps]

"Band of Horses, founded by former Carissa's Wierd [sic] members Benjamin Bridwell and Mat Brooke, makes its debut with an amazing amalgam of psychedelic pop and epic, intense rock that recalls the sheen of The Shins and the expansiveness of The Flaming Lips.
With Carissa's Wierd, Bridwell and Brooke played slow, intensely melancholy heartbreakers. Here, they take that formula a step further and ratchet up the tension, as songs build quietly, expand, and explode before falling apart altogether.
"The Funeral" opens with soaring vocals that channel The Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne before broadening its sound to include gut-wrenching guitar bursts and pummeling drums. When the song screeches to a halt midway through, the pause lasts just long enough to maximize the impact of the vulnerable and heartfelt noise that follows. The result is a raging, glorious epic."

http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5250627 >

Friday, June 09, 2006

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