Thursday, December 27, 2007

Talk about a Pyramid Scheme ...

This move could even make a mouse blush. Just wait until our friends get a load of this.

... it's showtime.

Happy Holidays - STEAL OUR RECORD.

We would like to take this time to wish you all the most wonderful and blessed of holidays. May the funk be with you in 2008.

... you may as well as put all of those newly unwrapped mp3 players to use - JaGoFF is giving away our album, "There's One Born Every Minute" for the holidays. Feel free to download your brains out and by all means ... burn & share it. A little bit of funk goes a long way.

Thursday, December 20, 2007

Wednesday, December 5, 2007


I ran across this great story about how HAM radio operaters are coming to the rescue to those flooded in Northwestern US. What is ironic about all of this is, that with all of our "state of the art" tech, in the end everything comes down to what is a technology that was born in the first half of the 1800's.

For those of you who are not aware, HAM / Shortwave radio was the web, long before the internet arrived (global communications, broadcasts, data transfers). My older brother received one for a gift on his 10th birthday. I remember listening to late night and anonymous conversations taking place somewhere in space - halfway around the world. We would fall asleep to global station ids, insane appalachian preachers, data transfers and space noise. we'd tune in to eastern bloc/communist radio stations and wonder how it was that they could be so "evil & misguided" (please keep in mind, I was a child and the "Cold War" was alive and kicking.

When I was a teenager, I learned how to play "Stairway to Heaven" by turning knobs (BFO Pitch). While I wasn't a techie with it, my experience has been very memorable.

Years later, I dug it out the attic and and hooked it up to some effects processors and ran it thru a dj mixer with some foot pedals. Beyond providing otherworldly broadcasts it produced sweeps that were so ridulously thick and warm. It actually has made it one a couple of our recordings over the years.

The sad thing is that with it being on the road so much over the years, it definitely needs a bit of TLC.

Sorry if this post bored you ... but this was probably the only time that I could ever write about HAM radio. So take that one off of the list.


... and spray pepper.


We would like to think that we may of had a little something to do with this piece of news.  As a bit of a (delayed) follow up, we wish to thank you for all of those who took part in the BUY NOTHING DAY festivities. Many of you sported the poster as your profile photo, thousands upon thousands of you downloaded the JaGoFF CD, and best of all, many of you took matters into your own hands and brought it to the streets. Pictured are some photos that people sent us from around the country. Absolutely beautiful! If any of you have any more photos we would love to see them. Thanks.


Download it. Burn it. Share it.


Today BUY NOTHING DAY has arrived for our friends around the globe (North America celebrated yesterday) !!! You can read various coverage here.

To mark the occasion, we have made OUR ENTIRE CD AVAILABLE FREE FOR THE DOWNLOADING. It doesn't get any sexier than that and you can't beat the price. Grab it while you can, it will be up until Sunday. DOWNLOAD IT. Burn it & Share it.

UPDATE: According to the BUY NOTHING DAY site, appearently AdBusters (the force behind BND) has made several attempts to buy commerical airtime on MTV which has refused to air it... from the site, ""MTV, the channel that markets itself to hip youth, has decreed that our Buy Nothing Day public service spot "goes further than we are willing to accept on our channels". Gangsta rap and sexualized, semi-naked school girls are okay, but apparently not a burping pig talking about consumption."