Sunday, November 30, 2008

(Everybody needs) Someone to feed


I know mr. Alppila has already been spreading this, but let's still put the direct link here, so y'all can get the new Cars remix banging in your club/bedroom/car/iPod/tractor. If your dl-speed is sucky, and you want it streamed, log on to myspace/kritonhigh for dat.

It's us, it's new, enjoy!

Monday, November 24, 2008

Jenna Jameson's Armani Sofa - Could Be Yours!


It's for sale, on Ebay of course. Where else? Armani Casa too. But god knows what she done did that sofa. Stains, anyone? 

"This barely used silk silver Casa Armani sofa belongs to Jenna Jameson. Now that she and her beau, Tito have purchased a new home and are having twins, they have decided that a silk couch might not be necessary.

The couch was purchased about 2 years ago and located in a unoccupied sitting area of Jenna's Hollywood Hills home.

The original purchase price was at least double what it is being auctioned for.

Thanks for checking it out and good luck!

House of Jameson Staff

Please contact for shipping options if not local (Los Angeles/Huntington Beach area)

This is apparently her house, BTW: 

Friday, November 21, 2008

New Kriton Bangers From The Kriton Bangers

I guess we just dropped out the "High School" out of our name recently. No particular drama there, we just kinda moved on from high school to other levels of education.

We've been putting some new s**t on tape as they say and we'll be putting that material out any day now, so beware. We've got some electro-influenced stuff and some AOR-sampling sweetness to come. Here's a clue in the form of a video, you might be getting something like this transformed into the year 2008... Just wait...

And we gotsta leak the working titles for all you fanatics: The songs area titled "Torcha!" and "Someone To Feed".

No More Jacko, Mikaeel Instead. But Def NOT Mustafa Jackson.

It's official, Michael Jackon has now converted to Islam and has a new name, Mikaeel. He did not, however, dig the name first suggested to him, Mustafa. 

Whatever, I still dig the music the old Michael Jackson did. 

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Luke, use the power of the free, the music industry's a-changing!

Everything that is digital can be copied and distributed online quite easily, we all know that. I went to SIME-conference last week and heard a few interesting presentations on the subject. I’m not gonna go too deeply into the stuff that the PirateBay guys had to say (yeah, they want it all for free and it’s fun doing that , that’s pretty much their political agenda), but I’d like to share some thoughts of Joi Ito.

Joi Ito is the CEO of Creative Commons and his point was simply that in the digital world copyright issues should be thought over. He was not only speaking pro free content but he had some good points on how different levels of copyrights could actually serve in marketing the artist/producer. This just calls for profound adjustments on the business model of the current music industry.

He had a good example of the Brazilian Tecnobrega-movement. The whole Technobrega-phenomenon is based on the fact that artists don’t get anything for their normal CD’s. The CD’s are sold as pirates or they are even given away for free. The artists are paid through concerts, sound system nights, t-shirts, special merchandise and such. Ito pointed out that in the Brazilian market it would be impossible to make a living selling CD’s ’cos no one would buy them from uknown artistst. And these unkonwn artists don’t get a single gig unless people know their material. By distributing cheap/free CD’s the artists gain more attention and are booked to better gigs. And once they get to be more famous, some people actually buy their special versions of their CD’s for really high prices, wanna wear t’shirts with the artists logos…

This is actually Long Tail Theory & Freeconomy mixed in real life: you give away free material to market your talent and then you make money selling specialized niche products for a good price. The old model of marketing and trying to sell to masses doesn’t work there. Many analysts think this is the way how music business is developing – the business model is slowly changing and the biggest income comes out of touring & merchandise.

The reason why I'm a fan of mr. Ito, is that he actually thinks of the bigger picture, the business side of copyrights. I mean there should be a business side if some people (artists + the people working for/with the artist) want to focus full time on making music and making a living out of it.

Robbing & Looting: US Military Discovers $5 Million, Heroin & Bullets In Iraq

"Dear Friend,

I am James Barry, I am an army contractor attached to the US Military for the sole purpose of reconstruction work in some parts of Iraq.

On the 27th August 2008, I and my men discovered some metal boxes (4 in number) piled on top one another, each with a sign written on them. one filled with hard drugs (heroine), two filled with bullets and the other one to my amazement contained U.S hundred dollar bills, which we counted and discovered that the money in that box total to $5 Million.

We hide the box containing the money in untraceable location, I am now in desperate need of a reliable and Trustworthy person who would receive and secure this box of money containing the US Dollars until my assignment elapses. We cannot afford to leave the box of money here in Iraq for any reason since Iraq is getting unsafe and dangerous every day.I am fully aware of what your thoughts would be next, but on receipt of your response, I will send my picture as well as my Identity, for you to know whom you are dealing with.I assure and promise to give you 15% of this fund, please assure me of your keeping this deal topmost secret. Send your reply to my private E-mailing address;

My Sincere Regards,
James Barry.

So anyone interested in splitting the loot, please feel free to email:

Monday, November 17, 2008

Jere Knows How To Party

Jere used to be a really good ice-hockey player. But he also knew how to party, both in the best Vantaa-ghetto style as well as in international jet-set styleeee, and now he's in trouble again.

Why? Beacuse police seized these photos from somewhere, one of which apparently shows "a baggie containing approximately 30 grammes of cocaine", as well as some of the same substance on his nose. And there were those white lines on the table too. 

Wednesday, November 05, 2008

Nas, he can

Too bad I can't come to the Rock The Bells happening tonite to witness Nas, De La Soul and others. I guess on big theme's gonna be the change...

Tuesday, November 04, 2008