Wednesday, February 25, 2009


Here are my picks from the CHANEL Ready to wear CRUISE 08/09

Yes, you are allowed to wear white again once that RESORT season turns the corner.

I'm personally dying over the lacy pink perfectly spring top. can you say KA-UTE.

Elegant princess

The slouchy oversized pieces are key to these looks.

So we start out with the ultra italian mod CHANEL look then end on a roman note? Nice!

I like goth meets beach, dont you?

Three perfectly adorable outfits.

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Yummy Spot

The SLS Hotel
Deffinately a new hot spot and a sight to check out.
The Bazaar of the hotel has been recalled as "philip starc on CRACK"
The room has over 250 chairs of all shapes and sizes along with a dessert bar and insanely magical gift shop.
Every corner and spot of the room is a "photo opt"
and make sure to hit the Bazaar.

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Some Charity for the Heart

"Organized by Amnesty International after receiving the rights to John Lennon's songs from Yoko Ono, 2007's INSTANT KARMA collection benefits the organization's campaign to end the genocide in Darfur, Sudan, while also serving as a tribute to the late Beatle. Presenting an impressively eclectic array of artists that ranges from Christina Aguilera to Big & Rich to the Postal Service, the compilation is a truly varied affair. Not surprisingly, however, many of the finest tracks come from pop/rock acts directly inspired by Lennon, including R.E.M., reuniting with original drummer Bill Berry for a beautifully drowsy version of "#9 Dream," and Ben Harper, who contributes a delicate take on "Beautiful Boy." Providing the most direct link to Lennon's legacy, though, are Jakob Dylan (son of Bob) and Dhani Harrison (son of George), who offer up a lively rendition of "Gimme Some Truth" that reminds listeners of the legendary performer's socially conscious spirit.Rolling Stone (p.71) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "Jackson Browne's tender want in 'Oh My Love' is the high point: one great songwriter deep inside the power and yearning of another."


This is an organization set up after three men in thier early twenties ventured out to africa to discover a story they would never forget. When arriving they found the "invisible children" these kids walk miles every night in Uganda, Africa just to have somewhere safe to sleep from being abducted and forced to kill in the rebels army. The video created from the men is life changing. The organization has created a website:
Just check it out, you will be inspired.

Daily dose approved.

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Music Update:

New Music on the playlist,
just some current faves.

Daily Dose love.

Thursday, February 12, 2009

Our English Sweet Heart is back,

She is back with a brand new album!
support our royal lady and buy it now on itunes.

Daily love.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Janes Addiction Returns,

February 16th 2009 at 11pm.
go to the website for more info!


Daily dose approved.

Monday, February 9, 2009


It would be inappropriate to say the 9 month pregnant MIA pulls off PREGO well.

Somebody cleanse my eyes.

Daily dose WOAH.

Tuesday Night Specialty

Standard Rocks Tuesday Nights
Opening night is tomorrow night in West Hollywood
So when? Feb. 10 at 10 pm. till 2 am.
Located at THE STANDARD...duh

8300 W. Sunset Blvd.  WH, CA
 Are you ready to rock the house with guests like TWIGGY (Marylin Manson) and Jay Raygun (The Grand Marquee)

Daily dose accepted.

Friday, February 6, 2009

Amoeba NEWS.

The Lions Performing TOMORROW AT 2PM.
Free show at amoeba in hollywood!

Take a late lunch Break and hear the show. Enjoy.

Daily Dose Soul.

Thursday, February 5, 2009

Hey Boyfriend!


Wouldn't a Tarina Tarrantino accessory of joy from your Valentine be marvelous?
I'm Pretty sure i would be floating on air untying the bow of that box.

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Its about that time

I have new music, GO THROUGH THE PLAYLIST.
you will do more than like it.
YOU WILL want it.
minor detail: Some of it ain't on iTunes. sorry.
: /

Daily Dose love.

Monday, February 2, 2009


The new word on the crisis:

Do you care about music?! Do you care about individuality?! Do you want to support radio that is programmed based on goodness and love, and not just big business?

Once upon a time there was a radio station in the Los Angeles area called Indie 103.1. It had amazing DJs who spoke freely, informatively and oh-so-entertainingly; it sponsored live shows with awesome bands; it played a lot of music no other commercial station would ever touch; and it supported independent music in an unprecedented, hands-on, totally tangible way. And most importantly, it was an oasis of caring, inspiring, super-cool people pushing through, against the odds, with their belief in and love of music, and succeeding in a capitalist arena.

And none of us really knew how important, ground-breaking, and essential it was until one dark day a couple weeks ago when they pulled it off the air.

To add insult to injury, the people in charge went on the air in the final moments and made a speech full of LIES. They pretended to be the voice of the staff and claimed that they were shutting themselves down willingly because they were being pressured to play commercial music. This was a statement written by the corporate entity whose reasons for shutting down had nothing to do with so-called punk rock ethics and much to do with an ignorance of the fact that Indie, as it was, was actually a viable financial endeavor. The people actually running the station DID NOT want to shut down. They were forced to.

It is not an unusual story, for a giant corporation to not understand the money-making potential of a product that also happens to be excellent. Unfortunately, due to the narrow and erroneous methods of determining their audience, and a short period of financial loss due to the current economic crisis, a hasty choice was made to change the format, and it appears that bringing Indie back to 103.1 on the dial is no longer an option. The decision to keep El Gato (the new station at 103.1) is clearly a firm one, and so now we must focus our efforts elsewhere.

BUT!!! DO NOT BE DISMAYED! THERE IS A POSSIBILITY OF BRINGING THE HEART OF THE STATION (the music programmer and several of the DJs, including JONESY and SHOVEL) TO ANOTHER STATION! There are forces at work trying to make this a reality, and so we still have hope.

Appealing to Entravision or signing the petition are no longer useful, but signing up to this group, posting your heartfelt comments, and inviting all your friends to join IS!!!!!!! We can gather here and increase our numbers (hundreds of people are signing up every day!), and when the time comes (hopefully very soon) to speak up, we will be ready! We also might organize a concert (or series of concerts), or some other fundraising activity to encourage prospective buyers to see the light, to understand that Indie had a giant, faithful listenership who want MORE MORE MORE! We can show them that there IS a market for this kind of station, and it's a HUGE AND LOYAL ONE!

Yes, it's true, some of the DJs have signed back up to do their shows on the "Indie 103.1" website, and that's all fine and good. We have something to tide us over in the meantime. But don't be fooled. The heart of Indie has been ripped out and chucked in the garbage. And internet radio isn't going to do us much good while we drive around LA, which is what most of us spend hours upon hours every week doing.

IN SHORT, please invite all your friends who loved the station to join this group, and tell them to invite their friends, and I will update you when we have an opportunity to take action and make our voices heard. We CAN get the goodness back, some way or other!

The OFFICIAL coachella line up.

Daily Dose served.