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Moby describes this time in his life as "celebratory in the face of squalor" and on many levels that sentiment chimes through each chapter. Providing a private glimpse into his sexual escapades, celebrity encounters, struggles with sobriety and downright shenanigans, the book candidly and often comically details the party before the storm.
If you missed Bestival a few weeks back on Toronto Island, then you missed out on a lot. Including a stupidly amazing performance
Just going to mount my DJ soapbox for a brief moment. Saving you the long chain of events from my encounter with two moth creatures last night, I'd like to provide a few basic tips for not only interacting with a DJ but also, and more importantly, being a better human in general.
Play stuff the crowd likes. Seriously. I mean, you should like it too, but don't just play whatever random glitchy-indie-non-rhythmic song you are into. "Did you hear this new Death Bears record? It's great! The time signature switches every four bars and there's no singing... just alarm clocks ringing."
Quick Study [kwik stuhd-ee]: The Huffington Post Canada's tips to make your life a little sweeter, five minutes at a time