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>Sony MDR-7506

Posted in Bass Down Low, dj, earth, editing, God, habitual melodies, los angeles, mixing, music recording, party, replacement pads, Sony MDR 7506, sound, video game on May 18, 2011 by habitualmelodies

>I’ve had this particular set of headphones for about 9 years now and it is the best fucking pair of headphones I have ever used.  Yes, I’m sure they’re better headphones out there but for $90 you’re wasting your money if you buy something else.

Mixing, editing, DJing, loaning, dropping, storing, creating and best of all recording music over the years has worn out the Ear Pads.  Fortunately, Sony offers replacement pads.

Here is my 4-step picture process of the Replacement Pads on the Sony MDR-7506.

Here is link where I bought the Replacement Pads through Amazon: CLICK HERE! (The-G-Spot)


>Trump Makes Sense With F Word

Posted in America, American, China, democrat, Donald, fuck, gas prices, los angeles, middle east, New York, oil, polictics, policy, President, presidential, republican, saudia arabia, speech, Trump, wedding on April 30, 2011 by habitualmelodies

> Seriously, when Trump kept bringing up the Obama birth issue I thought he looked stupid, but now since the president has released his birth certificate Trump has moved on to issues that matter to him and its making a lot of sense. No current politic would be caught dead saying what Trump is now talking about in his speeches around the states. He pretty much tells it how it is and doesn’t really give a “fuck” what people think. He has not announced that he is running officially but if he keeps this up I think we are all in for a good show. I am not a republican nor a democrat but if Trump stays on these kinds of issues I think a lot of Americans will be listening with open arms… Including me…

But before he gets my full attention he will have to put his money where his mouth is. Trump and his wife currently have products made in China. It will be hard for him to keep up on this Anti-China issue unless they are willing to change their manufactures to America.

>Mexican Pointy Boots

Posted in Bin Laden, California, coachella, crucifixion nails, erick rincon, facebook, God, Lady Gaga, los angeles, Mexican pointy boots, Monterrey, party, schwarzenegger, video games, your mom on April 13, 2011 by habitualmelodies


>Sexy Sax Man

Posted in azusa, Careless Whisper, citrus college, comedy, covina, flores, George Michael, los angeles, man, prank, sax, saxophone, sergio, sexy, west covina, westfield mall on March 14, 2011 by habitualmelodies

>Sergio Flores is Sexy Sax Man

>Los Angeles ATLAS

Posted in atlas, cbs, Downtown Los Angeles, Graffiti, hero, los angeles, spray paint, street, street art on February 8, 2011 by habitualmelodies


Atlas: Los Angeles Graffiti Documentary from Joe Forney on Vimeo.

Im pretty sure if you look at a crosswalk street sign anywhere in or around Los Angeles you’ll find an Atlas sticker placed on the side of it.

>LA Music. 40Bands/80 Minutes

Posted in 40bands/80minutes, Bands, Captain Ahab, Chris Schlarb, experimental, Health, los angeles, music, music scene, Nosaj Thing on January 12, 2011 by habitualmelodies


A couple of years ago.

One night in Hollywood, over forty of Los Angeles’ most amazing, experimental and eccentric bands joined together with one daring goal: to present their uncompromising musical visions to the world in two minute blasts! Using shared equipment, each band had only one chance to get it right. No second takes allowed, everything captured live with multiple cameras and audiophile-quality sound!

Heres the trailer

Here are some highlights of the event


Nosaj Thing

Captain Ahab

If youlld like to purchase this dvd or want more info check out

thanks to Chris Schlarb for uploading footage

>Blu Censored Protest

Posted in antiwar, Art, blu, Graffiti, LA times, laser, los angeles, Moca, MOCA's Geffen Contemporary, mural, paint, street art on January 4, 2011 by habitualmelodies

>As earlier posted by El Flaco. Artist Blu had his mural buffed out/painted over at MOCA’s Geffen Contemporary. Last Night a group of protesters got together and protested the censorship of the Mural.

The L.A. Times ran a story Click on the headline to read the full info.