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!! OMG, the beautiful burnout: TRUST's 'Capitol' Video !!

TRUST's Robert Alfons has released the video for Capitol off of TRUST's second album Joyland.

At first watch, I thought this must most definitely be about a babe who unknowingly snacks on her brother's pot brownies, and then trips her balls off watching TV by herself in the basement all afternoon while her parents are out! I wasn't far off:

"For me, the song created its own surreal world of floating dreams and I wanted to capture that feeling in the video. The goal was to achieve a slightly timeless look with vintage-style visual effects created via a combination of practical lighting effects and VFX created in post" says Alfons. Adding that the song is: "Gazing, scenic, living out the fantasy in your head. In flight fascination, and the beautiful burnout."
Check out the newest video from TRUST above and pick up the new album HERE!

» posted by Igor on Thursday, April 10, 2014
comments: 0 | category: Musical |

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!! OMG, drunken stupor - CAR EDITION: deadmau5 invites Toronto Mayor Rob Ford for ride in his new douchemobile !!


EDM DJ deadmau5 hit up Toronto's crack-smoking Mayor Rob Ford yesterday while parked outside front of Toronto's city hall, inviting him to come along for a ride in the musician's custom Ferrari (which looks like it was birthed and should be driven by Ryan W, and is decorated in Nyan cats and rainbows) deadmau5 has dubbed it the "Purrari".

Ford took time out of his busy schedule of supposedly running the biggest city in Canada to exchange tweets and get all cutesy with deadmau5. Check out their interactions after the jump!

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» posted by Igor on Wednesday, April 2, 2014
comments: 0 | category: Unfortunate |

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!! OMG, HAPPY FRIDAY: Health Canada approves MDMA for first Canadian study in trauma survivors' therapy !!


Grab your glowsticks, Kikwear phat pants, and pacifiers, bitches! -- because The National Post is reporting that MDMA has been approved by Health Canada for the first Canadian study to be used in trauma survivors' therapy!

"What the MDMA does, because of the physiological effects, it means you are in a present, fearless state -- able to look at those events without being re-traumatised, and healing in the present what was the trauma of the past," Dr. Ingrid Pacey, one of the researchers, said.

The Journal of Psychopharmacology reported that more than 83 percent of severe trauma, or post traumatic stress disorder patients treated with MDMA and therapy had completely recovered, "without evidence of harm," and a follow-up study found that patients still had little to no symptoms 2 years later.

One of Dr. Pacey's research partners thinks the drug's therapy uses are obvious."It brings you into the present," Mr. Feldmár said. "You don't worry about the past or the future. It opens your heart; you don't feel any shame."

Does leaving a Kardashians marathon on loudly in the living room count as trauma? I need to figure this out... maybe if we can all score some freebies, then these will be my look for Saturday while we lay in a cuddle puddle listening to this:

[via pulseradio]

» posted by Igor on Friday, March 7, 2014
comments: 0 | category: Canadien |

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!! OMG, a contest: Win a backpack from TULIP !!

We are already halfway out of this God-forsaken winter, and well on our way to spring! As soon as that shit hits, I will be on my bike and sitting up in a park somewhere -- and I am taking one of these babies with me!

Toronto designer Sophie Blumenthal has designed a new line of classic, water resistant, unisex, utilitarian 5L backpacks for running around in.

Whether you are biking around the city, going to a meeting, heading to an underground rave, grabbing groceries, going camping, stealing cats, or hiding hotdogs -- TULIP bags are a totally practical addition to your everyday!

OMG Blog is happy to offer one of its readers a bag from TULIP!

THE CONTEST: Simply answer the question:

Where would you take your TULIP bag with you?

THE RULES: Please email your contest entry along with your full name, North American shipping address, and telephone number to All personal information is collected in accordance with our privacy policy.

Our favourite response submitted will win a yellow bag from TULIP! The winning entry will be announced via our Facebook page next week. Good luck! Check out the TULIP Facebook Page for more colour options!


» posted by Igor on Friday, February 7, 2014
comments: 2 | category: Fashionistic |

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!! OMG, chill vibes for all: "Dude Chilling Park" sign becomes official and permanent for East Vancouver park !!


Residences of East Vancouver's Guelph Park have got some sweet new public art to celebrate this week, as the "DUDE CHILLING PARK" sign that appeared in their park (but was taken down) -- has made its triumphant and permanent return!

The sign was created by artist Viktor Briestensky and designed to mirror the format of other city park signs. Its original location was near a Michael Dennis sculpture of a lounging figure in Guelph Park. When park staff noticed the sign last November, it was taken down. But an outpouring of support through social media for the sign led the park board to reconsider.
Though, not everyone is happy. It wouldn't be the year 2014 without some uptight bitches weighing in on this! Steven Bohus of RAMP, the Residents Association of Mount Pleasant, says his organization was not consulted about the sign.
"A lot of the residents feel that this isn't a game. There is a school there, there's a parents' advisory committee, and I don't think this is a joke."
Actually, Steve -- pretty sure it is a joke -- a good one. Just have a seat and chill, dude! Pretty sure it's not gonna effect the school kids. (Besides, shouldn't RAMP be busy over at the elementary school trying to change Halloween to "black and orange day"?)

Meanwhile, Vancouver Park Board Commissioner Trevor Loke says that "more than 300 local residents were consulted with 8 per cent disapproving of the sign. 1,500 residents signed a petition in favour of the sign." Park Board Commissioner Sarah Blyth says that the support on Twitter has been huge, and that she's never "seen such broad support in a long time for art."

Congrats to the residences of Mount Pleasant and welcome back, DUDE CHILLING PARK! Chill vibes for all!

[via globalnews]

» posted by Igor on Tuesday, February 4, 2014
comments: 0 | category: Artumnal |

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