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By: True Love & False Idols  09-12-2011

Uncategorized « TLFI

Cheapshot and I have been collaborating on stuff for a long time. We worked together on an unheard classic Styles of Beyond Album (Receda Beach) I did some interludes and skits and Cheapshot made fun of me. We also have collaborated on a collaboration of collaboraters that’s really really really hot.

And then we did Jazzercidal Tendencies a few years back and Cheapy toured behind the CD while TLFI supported with Tees and support. JT1 was a combo of some of my favorite music at the time set to Cheap’s fast paced mixing style.

JT2 is the same, but he also did a mix just for me, something giving the songs a little more time to breath. Jazzercidal Tendencies 2 – “The Come Up” is the fast version and “The Come Down” is the slower version. I think we all know which is the better mix.

I know I still owe him a new logo, which I will get to soon.

Which version is your favorite? Side A “The Come Up” or Side B “The Come Down”

Want an actual hard copy of the mix on CD? We’re giving out prize packs to the first 50 people to sign up (includes TLFI stickers & CD). Then after we’ve given out those 50 anyone else who signs up gets free TLFI stickers mailed to their house.

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Pictures « TLFI

Tradition is a sneaker and clothing boutique in Westlake Village and Ventura, CA that was founded by Jason Gaines and Andrew Kline back in 2006. I have played in Strife for over 20 years… I think the DIY ethic of playing in a hardcore band is really reflected in Tradition as well. We were able to catch up with Andrew after our packed house TLFI Pop Up Shop at the Westlake Village store and get some quick Q&A.


Art « TLFI

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Events « TLFI

In 1990 REVOK began sneaking out of the 2nd story window of his parents home to write graffiti around his neighborhood… 21 years later not much has changed despite numerous arrests, Jail time and fines in the U.S. and overseas. Born in Riverside, Ca. in 1977 Los Angeles based REVOK discovered art through his fathers collection of 60?s & 70?s album covers, comic books, and skateboarding.