Thursday, December 17, 2009

C'est cheez!!

Big thanks to Andrew Carver for taking these shots from Saturday's show, and for having a totally awesome beard!

Monday, December 7, 2009

We interrupt our regular scheduled programming...

... to bring you a poster for Saturday's show:

We will have new merch designs available at the show, which have been described as "neato" and "radical" by a panel of impartial judges. Reviewing Saturday's setlist, it has been determined that our current set can be best described as old grindy doom milwaukee-core on the rocks.

As of press time, we are receiving unconfirmed reports that Mike will be protraying James Quall in the latter's upcoming biopic, The Step-Pepper's Wife.

... and now back to our regular scheduled fuckshow...

Sunday, December 6, 2009

The Faux-jibwe

Just as the mohawk was revolutionized and sexified by hollywood as the faux-hawk, so to is the newest look of Musky-esque long hair and a moustache; known as the 'Faux-jibwe.' The look has been popularized by famous celebs such as John Depp, seen below promoting his new movie, and apperently supporting John Kerry for president. Will the style take off? - this blogger says maybe.

John Depp

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Right To Information Act

Biipiigwan is pleased to announce that we are ready to receive hate-mail! Please follow the link below for the contact person to whom you should direct all your anger. Thank you, and fuck off.

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

The Great Debate

There is a growing debate among music fans (even the dicks), as to whether or not Bison BC's Quiet Earth is the greatest album, or the greatest song. There is a convincing argument that Quiet Earth (album) is the greatest because of its kick-ass riffs; however many more are arguing that Quiet Earth (song) is the greatest because of its kick-ass riffs. This debate will likely go on for some time, unless it can be agreed that both positions are correct and that the previously stated structuralist dichotomy between Quiet Earth (album) and Quiet Earth (song), has deconstructed itself and undermined its own authority, implying that there was no rational thought in writing this in the first place...