So I’m a little indifferent with the Science Museum. There is a lot of good stuff in there but it’s just way too expensive to go. $20 per adult and the amazing discounted child price of $17. Wooo! I’m practically stealing the science at that price! Erin and I took her cousin Jared for his birthday. The best part was how he was more interested in the informational computers than he was with the actual exhibits. There is a cool dinosaur exhibit there now and the Electricity show was pretty good but $70 for parking and three people is a bit extreme. I would say it’s good to go at least once, but it boggles my mind why people get a membership unless you’re a school grabbing a sweet discount.
When you’re awesome like me sometimes it takes a while to make posts because of how much awesome stuff I’m doing.Â Finally I have a chance to post about the We Are Scientists show Greg and I went to on July 30th at the Middle East in Cambridge.Â Always a good place to catch a show.Â Tickets were priced decently, drinks were strong and they put on a great show.Â Here’s a taste of the night and if you’re into rock/electronic you should pick up an album.
Greg and I hit up the Powerman 5000 show last Monday at the Middle East and it was an awesome show. Worth the $18. This is the first time I’ve ever seen them live and I’ve been following their music for the past nine years. I think I blew out my ears though, they’ve been ringing ever since. Should have gotten some ear plugs.
Also ran into a few people from New Alliance Studios. Good group of guys. I had my college internship there. If you’ve got some time or need to record an album have it recorded at New Alliance. You can also contact Ken Cmar of Wonderdrug Records for distribution. I got to work there for some time as well. Enjoy a quick moment from the show!