A beautiful Sunday afternoon at Biwako (no, that is NOT me in the middle, it's Joseph). I was having such a great time that I didn't take...er...missed my train back to Tokyo. Remember kids, if you have a reserved ticket on the Shinkansen and miss your train, you have to pay almost 5,000 yen for another boarding pass. Lesson learned.
Jodie on the train back from Biwako...drunk...still drinking warm beer from a tea glass.
Monday night I went to see Kumi Adachi and Club Pangaea along with Jun Kajiwara at Blues Alley in Meguro. The performance was of course awsome. It was also nostalgic for me, since she is a Live Spot Rag artist, and up until March of this year I worked t Studio Rag in Kyoto. It was nice to finally see her perform live as well as see a lot of familiar faces from Kyoto in Tokyo.
A typical Friday night in Kyoto with Daddy-O. It starts at ING with beer and Jagermeister, and ends up at a karaoke bar with Fio belching out the hits and Oli feeling up Mariko's legs. This has happened...how many times? ...Oh, I'm sorry, I can't count that high.
Disco Dance Floor - Designed with Grant Elliott, the Disco Dance Floor is a 8' x 16' floor with 1,536 LEDs and custom controller PCBs. The floor can be controlled by a variety of software programs, including mathematically generated patterns, realtime audio visualizations, and animations.
So, this week since K.C. had the week off, Guy Perryman substituted as the morning news person at InterFM. Today, his last day, I had a little fun messing with his mind (at first it was unintentional). I kept trying to do an impression of him, but my British accent left something to be desired so I kept asking him to say his name then I would repeat it... over, and over...until finally it got to the point that he couldn't say his own name correctly on the air! Now, that was funny! Sorry Guy!