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littledeadrottinghood  asked:

In Oklahoma it is illegal to wear your boots to bed to have oral sex make ugly faces uhaling is illegal (we're in the fucking country) and It is illegal for the owner of a bar to allow anyone inside to pretend to have sex with a buffalo.

Well damn. There went my bucket list. Ruined.

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‘The 7th Sense’ English Lyrics

Taeyong: In this cold world, I’m closing my eyes
Laying down in bed, covering my ears
Yesterday is today, today is yesterday
I’m only filled with late self-guilt

Taeyong/Doyoung: We’ll take it slow
Baby, baby we’ll take it slow
Oh

Jaehyun: In the same dream I hear a familiar
song that calls to me, it connects us

Ten: It wraps around me, hate is on me
Each day repeats but it’s okay
I’m walking on top of a deep darkness
Look at what is real, that’s hidden over there

All: Open your eyes, quietly open your eyes
Doyoung: (Quietly open your eyes)
All: Open your eyes, now open your eyes
Taeyong: (Now open your eyes)
All: Open your eyes, quietly open your eyes
Doyoung: (Quietly open your eyes)
All: Open your eyes, now open your eyes
Jaehyun: Yeah, yeah~

Hatred that will not go away and dreams that torture me
(Dreams)
The clock laughs at me, it does not give a single error
(Oh yeah)
Doyoung: I’m a mess, I don’t even know myself,
my future is colored darkly
I’m struggling, coloring this night even blacker,
ooh yeah

Taeyong: In this cold world, I’m closing my eyes
Laying down in bed, covering my ears
Yesterday is today, today is yesterday
I’m only filled with late self-guilt

Taeyong/Doyoung: We’ll take it slow
Doyoung: (We’ll take it slow, take it slow)
Taeyong/Doyoung: Baby, baby we’ll take it slow
Oh~

Jaehyun: In the same dream I hear a familiar
song that calls to me (You do)
it connects us (You want, uh)

Mark: I’m still going somewhere
To an unknown place, to an unknown hall
I’m spending most of my time
In a place that’s uncomfortable even
after several nights, like an explorer
Uh, and that’s a long ass ride
Mindlessly going around until I close my eyes
I’m doubting this moment, between dreams and reality
I have something else to check,
just like you right now, uh

All: Open your eyes, quietly open your eyes
Doyoung: (Quietly open your eyes)
All: Open your eyes, now open your eyes
Mark: (Open your eyes)
All: Open your eyes, quietly open your eyes
Doyoung: (Quietly open your eyes)
All: Open your eyes, now open your eyes

Taeyong: Inside the irregularity that’s hard to understand (Inside)
There’s a story that’s deeply hidden (Hidden)
Eyes are being opened through this song
Your dreams are being read (Dreams)
I’ve been awakened from a deep sleep (Awakened)
My seventh sense

All: Oh, this night came to me
A different dream is getting closer
Now I understand, as if everything is mine

Taeyong: Open your eyes
Look at what’s real, open your eyes
Open your eyes
Open your eyes (I’m not alone I, I)

NYE: Moombahton Massive X

UHall is ending the year with a big bang; Moombahton Massive X. To all those who have been to these before, you already know how hype it gets! I’m just proud to be somehow part of this movement. People like Tittsworth, Dave Nada, Munchi, Sabo, Hearbreak and so many more, all set the standards high, creating and re-creating the art of music. The best part of this movement is it started here in DC. Our possibilities are endless, all you need is to put in work! My boy Seannie just dropped this promo video, so to my newbies, this is what you’ve missed out on all year, but are many more to come to experience it!

#nophotopolicy

Moombahton Massive X Promo Video - U Street Music Hall from Seannie Cameras on Vimeo.

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Dub FX & Andy V - live at @UhallDC - Tuesday September 16th, 2014 - Washington, DC

@Dub_FX

Terravita @ U St. Music Hall (12.1.2011)

No pics or video from this show (mgmt says it’s a liability thing since they admit under 18’s if their parents buy the tickets in advance), but it was a good one.  Terravita et.al. pushed UHall’s sound system to the max, pumping out chest-pounding sub bass to a small yet energetic young crowd.  The show was announced at the last minute, but Terravita (who made a name for himself with a set full of bangers at this year’s Starscape festival) brought out a solid crowd considering it was a Thursday night show.  I’ve never had anything less than an awesome night at UHall.

SHOW PREVIEW: 9:30 Presents How to Dress Well at U Street Music Hall

If I told you that you could see a super critically acclaimed, crazy talented artist perform in a super intimate venue, would you be frickin’ pumped? Of course you would. Well, it must be your lucky day because awesomely talented singer, How to Dress Well, is coming for DC on Saturday.

Since beginning his music career in 2009 by posting free EPs on his blog, Tom Krell (aka How to Dress Well) has released three very well received studio albums. The artist’s complex sounds have earned the attention of the music review website, Pitchfork, which has designated each of How to Dress Well’s albums as “Best New Music.” Stereogum listed How to Dress Well as one of the “40 Best Bands of 2010” after the debut record, Love Remains,was released.

Sonically, How to Dress Well is one of the most layered and complex artists out there. Krell’s beautiful falsetto melds perfectly with his ambient-rock-meets-R&B sound. So, get ready for an incredible, moving, and beautiful performance and make sure to get yourself down to UHall on 9/20.

-Janice Freeman

See How to Dress Well at U Street Music Hall on Saturday, September 20!

SHOW PREVIEW: 9:30 presents Francisco The Man at U Street Music Hall

Throw a bit of My Bloody Valentine, some twangy West Coast garage-rock, and a splash of synth-pop into a mixing pot and presto; out pops Francisco the Man. Oh, and reverb. Lots and lots of reverb.

The band is named after a wandering musician from Gabriel García Márquez’s novel One Hundred Years of Solitude. And now, much like the wanderlust character from the book, the band’s travels have brought them far from their home in Los Angeles, California to perform in Washington D.C. Their first full-length album, Loose Ends, dropped last year in mid-July, though Francisco the Man has been releasing EPs and singles since 2007. The band sounds a bit less fuzzy from the early recordings, but their aesthetic remains relatively unchanged. Which, let’s not be mistaken, is a great thing; a shoe-gazeless world would be much less angsty, and as a result, a far more boring place.

The band’s roster currently stands as Scotty Cantino (vocals/guitar), Néstor Romero (bass), Abdeel Ortega (drums), and Brock Woosley (keyboard/guitar). Though they’ve undergone slight changes to their lineup from their earlier days, Francisco the Man sounds as great as they ever have, and will be performing at U Street Music Hall on February 18th. Tickets are available now, so those seeking a night filled with a mix of head banging and dreamy dance pop, grab them while you can!

-Alex Dahms

9:30 presents Francisco the Man at U Street Music Hall on February 18.