Jeff Soto for David Choe’s band Mangchi Tour Poster for Washington D.C. Date

From David Choe’s Instagram:  Sick ass @mangchihammershow poster by @jeffsotoart -this is just one of many, we have the best artists in the world making a different FREE show poster for each location on our#MANGCHi east coast tour – these posters are not for sale , they are extremely limited and only available for free at the end of each show night – only way to get them is to come – follow us like the dead #phish – collect them all – things get weird and folks act like animals when you give away free things that have value – so first come first serve , you snooze you lose and all that@davidchoe2 @jamesjeanart @esao@ogmikeGiant #igloohong@aaronhorkey @andrewhem

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Thom Yorke Tuesday: “Morning Mr Magpie” (Live)

One of our all-time favorite Radiohead mid-song breakdowns, courtesy of the Colin Greenwood bass extravaganza, “Morning Mr Magpie” takes on a whole new level of frantic energy live, and the Basement version captures that mood quite perfectly. Morning everyone.

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Thom Yorke Tuesday: “My Iron Lung” (Live at Saitama Super Arena—Tokyo, Japan, 2008)

Radiohead at their absolute best was 2008. That is our opinion of course, but each phase of their career was just so perfectly done in a live setting, and one of the best recorded shows was this epic set at Saitama Super Arena in Tokyo, Japan during the Fall of 2008, and “My Iron Lung” sounds better here than it does on 1995′s The Bends. Enjoy.

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Thom Yorke Tuesday: “Fake Plastic Trees” Live at Glastonbury 2003

They did this song, too. It is funny to think of Radiohead as this band, a rock band, a ballad band in the best way possible. They got darker in 1997, went electronic in 2000, political in 2003, elder statesmen in 2006, and back to experimental in their 2011 version. But this was them at their absolute origin, a sonic 3-guitar attack. It sounds nice.

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David Choe has a special 11.11.11 gift for you

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THIS FRIDAY AT 11:11 PM WEST COAST TIME ON 11/11/11 THE FIRST 111 PEOPLE TO SEND EVERYTHING ON THIS CHECKLIST (EMAIL RESPONSES ONLY) TO BNAMBA@LIVE.COM will win a free Yellow Armour print by David Choe.

1) Proof of donating blood, sperm, organs, marrow, food, or money to any good cause or charity or also proof of consensual incestuous relationship is acceptable

2) Apology or confessional letter

3) Photograph of you crying (or laughing so hard it looks like your crying) next to a deformed fruit, or any ape, or a really old or really young Oriental person, or someone shitting or video of you dancing really hard in a crowded public area for at least 5 minutes is acceptable

4) Proof of something that shows you ever loved someone

Will be rewarded with a print of YELLOW ARMOUR that will cost them 0 dollars and 0 cents, and 0 dollars for shipping, this is a free print, it is 18 by 24 inches printed on the best paper, all signed and numbered, there will also be a very limited edition of 11 oversize prints that will actually be for sale for non-charitable types who don’t know love or forgiveness, these are 33 by 44 inches and cost 555$ each (I actually only have 6 of these left, you need to email info@trapezeeditions.com for these big ones) the original YELLOW ARMOUR was painted with a bucket of yellow and black house paint, yellow, black, and fluorescent orange spraypaint, and oil paint . (above here are some in progress pics)

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First Friday: The Quintet “Jazz at Massey Hall”

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Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker, Bud Powell, Charles Mingus, and Max Roach, “The Quintet,” May 15th, 1953 at Massey Hall in Toronto. Playing Jazz music. It doesn’t get much more perfect and ideal than this. Playing “Perdido.” Shivers.

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The World’s Tallest Shanty Town

The world’s tallest shanty town happens to be in the major city of Caracas, Venezuela. Squatters have taken an abandoned 45 story tower, and decided the live there. Because economies of the world have slowed, this major project built in the boom of the 1990s and now is sitting there with over 2,500 squatters. Crazy town.

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