...and riled the long hairs into a mosh pit frenzy.
I thought you guys were mellow stoners?
Even the lady from Cowtown got into the action.
They let the T.P. fly and skate or die.
I was lucky enough to catch Ty Segall play a solo show on 4/20 while I was up in SF.
This was a new venue called The Chapel, a pretty classy joint so there was more adults than kids. Ty got shocked by his mic in the middle of a song so he took his sock off and stuck it over the mic and continued the rest of the night.
That's San Francisco for all you newbies and foreigners.
Man and Dolphin as one.
No detours for nature on the information super highway.
Signs of spring were visible through Northern Ventura.
Here is the aforementioned Dolphin. You were confused huh?
She's a 1978 Toyota Dolphin.
We were greeted by Kai's sad eyes in the morning and tried our best to cheer him up with a song.
Cool shit was already everywhere.
Over at Establish Erica and Sara tease animals with food...my favorite pastime.
Ohh fwhaaaa? Ok now we're in San Francisco.
Here's the artist Carl Newman contemplating his show's arrangement.
Jordon and Carl level up.
Visit Establish for more cool stuff like this!
"I love and I live primitive."
....ya'll want some chocolate?"
Nom Nom Nom
Always close the lid on babies in tubs.
Do people still shotgun beers? You guys are dorks.
Covetable kitchen table.
Jordon's collection of old people skateboards.
We were lucky to get some epic beach weather while we were up in the Sunset, not a cloud in the sky.
Being from southern California we really didn't notice.
Sangria and grill pregame for the opening.
All my dawgs were ready to roll.
The hot dog struggle.
All of Carl's pieces fit right in with the shop's aesthetic.
I neglected to shoot photos during the opening. Not pictured: A butt load of people, free beer and BBQ, girls talking to Carl, a couple of dildos who wore suits and Carl and I payed a short set of music to show off his custom guitar he built for the show.