The Buddha Den

Everything you wanted to know about the Dayton music scene and more but were afraid to ask

Thursday, June 25, 2009

Hospital Garden/Idaho, Alaska/State School-Tonight @ Jimmie's Cornerstone


...do this. you'll be glad you did. trust us...

6 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Buddha Den is dying. Update the list of shows, it's been too long. This place is supposed to be all about shows and bands in the Dayton music scene.. why is it that you never post any shows that are going on at the Dayton Dirt Collective? Are you too good for the music that goes through the place? There are several shows a week that happen there yet I very rarely see anything about them on this blog.

7:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh grow the fuck up. You're not the only one with a life in this town. Like anyone else, Kyle probably has only so much time to help everyone else in town. It's very possible that he's got a life beyond your petty music scene. Everyone should be thankful (and most are) that he's done as much as he's done up to this point, i.e. FREE PROMOTION for your more often than not, shitty bands, but that's irrelevant. I don't see how the trailblazers at the DDC have been singled out. Kyle's really not posted much of anything lately.

By the by, have you noticed that starting a blog on Blogger is completely free? Don't like what's going on here? Not up to your high standards? Start your own blog. Then you'll be able to complain all you want about people not giving you free assistance.

10:17 AM  
Anonymous Andy Ingram said...

Kyle usually does promote shows happening at the Dayton Dirt Collective. Maybe not all of them, but who knows if the promoters of those shows are sending him the show info. He usually does a blurb for the shows I tell him about. Unfortunately, I don't think Kyle makes any money in doing The Buddha Den. Anything that is an act of goodwill, like it seems The Buddha Den is, sometimes takes a lower priority in the adventure of life.

5:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's true there's no need to be whiny, but I do like this blog a lot and would hate to see it fall into disrepair..

6:27 PM  
Anonymous Ray Kroc said...

Like anyone else, Kyle probably has only so much time to help everyone else in town.

I agree, but does anyone remember that beginning-year announcement of two new Buddhaden bloggers? What ever happened to them?

I don't expect Kyle to singlehandedly promote Dayton shows for the rest of his life, but it'd be nice to see others contribute to this blog when he's caught up in other projects.

5:45 PM  
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