Friday, October 26, 2007


"It appears the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has found the answer to nosy reporters in the two years since Hurricane Katrina: have a press conference and have your own people ask the questions." Read more here.

Thursday, October 25, 2007

Check THIS out!

So much spinning, we're gonna puke!

Amazing how the same story can have such drastically
different headlines, isn't it?

Monday, October 15, 2007


In keeping with the spirit of Halloween, we've uploaded the track, "Interspecies Embyro Transfer".

It's a new treat for your trick and it will be in our player for the next couple of weeks...

Give it a squirt! You'll be glad ya did.


Listening to the radio at work???

Watch out, the copyright police may be listening in too!

As if you needed another reason...

Support independent music or be force-fed crap.

Your ol' pals,
Download it. Burn it. Share it.
if you dig on it...
Buy it. Burn it. Share it.

Dear Ann...

Monday just got better.

Friday, October 12, 2007


As many of you may already know, it is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

You can donate here.

Unfortunately, Indiana's contribution isn't what we had hoped for.

Time to get your ass up yet once again!

Tuesday, October 9, 2007

Friday, October 5, 2007


In one of the most sickening displays yet, a Minn. woman has been found guilty of, what basically amounts to sharing songs online and fined $220,000 (or $9250 per song) by our "friends" at the RIAA. (All of which we are sure will go back to the artists. HA.). I wonder how the "artists" feel knowing that this woman will in debt for the rest of life.

As one forum post read, "The defendant has been made a homeless slave to some of the world's biggest companies, and so have we all."

You can continue buying this garbage and supporting these asswipes, or support indie artists, knowing that the money that you're spending is truely going to the artist - in turn, allowing them to create more music. Anything that has ever been empowering for the artist/consumer, that isn't and cannot be controled by these evil bastards is sued, dismantled and destroyed. Look no further than the original Napster, and now ... the new enemy in internet radio.

It may have taken the better part of a decade, but thank God that Radiohead, NIN and Prince have FINALLY stepped up to the plate. All these years that we (JaGoFF) were screaming from the mountain tops was beginning to make us feel as though we were the town madmen.

Rest assured ... you can download & share our work for free. You can burn our CD and share it. We won't ever sue you for that. But as with us and any artist out there, if you dig on it - go buy the cd, get the DRM FREE downloads, pick up a t-shirt or check out a show. Just stop supporting the a-holes that are suing you. There is an entire world of truely great independent music for you to explore and that deserve your attention.

Support independent music or be force-fed CRAP.

Until then,

Download it. Burn it. Share it.
if you dig...
Buy it. Burn it. Share it.

Breaking News!

...don't know about you, but we're fed up with celebrity gossip.
FINALLY something of substance.

Wednesday, October 3, 2007


WIRED reports that the Recording Industry Assholes of America are at it yet once again.

This time it is a Native American single mother of two from Minnesota that is the target...

Most of the jury apparently doesn't have a firm grasp of the technology:

"Some of the 12 panelists told the judge during jury selection that they lacked basic computer knowledge. Some said they had never been on the internet or don't use it now. None admitted to using a file-sharing network. Five said they had a digital music player and two said they copied a compact disc."<---(thieves!)

So, on the first day of the trial, a Sony BMG Executive helped clear things up by informing the jury that RIPPING A SINGLE SONG AMOUNTS TO THEFT. (She probably would turn in her ex-boyfriend for making her a sappy mix tape too!)

Fortunately though, they seem to be having a heart and are going easy on the defendant:

"The industry in this case is only suing over 25 songs, with damages up to $150,000 per violation, because it doesn't want to exact too big of financial penalties by going for all 1,700, testified Jennifer Pariser, Sony BMG's anti-piracy chief. "The damages would be substantial," she said. "We have no intent in pursing cases like that."

Isn't that nice? :-)

Makes you want to run out and buy records doesn't it?

p.s. on a side note: remember to make sure you don't sing "happy birthday" at your kid's party - public performance of it is copyright infringement.