Fuerza Bruta LIVE

31 05 2008



Fuerza Bruta LIVE

Originally uploaded by djmac20.

Amazing amazing amazingozingo





NYC’s new solar powered trash cans

27 05 2008



NYC’s new solar powered trash cans

Originally uploaded by djmac20.

Spotted this new trash can with integrated solar panels in Union
Square jus now. Nice!





Crystal Castles THE GAME lives at Barcade in Williamsburg

8 05 2008



Crystal Castles THE GAME lives at Barcade in Williamsburg

Originally uploaded by djmac20.

AND IT TOO IS AWESOME!





Fuck The Google (by Beaufort)

8 05 2008

Beaufort - Fuck the Google” Fuck the google.  Fuck the iPod.  Fuck the emo.  Fuck the new God. Fuck Celebrity. Fuck Cocaine. Fuck Am3rica. It fucks up your brian. ”

With lyrics like these how can you not love this new song by Beaufort, aptly titled ‘Fuck The Google’.   Here it is for your listening / dancing / fucking pleasure.

fuck-the-google.mp3





DJ gig at Hanger Bar in the East Village tomorrow night

6 05 2008

DJ Mac Harris  / DJ Mac / Sirius  / NYC / Hanger Bar

I’ll be spinnin’ some sexy synthy electro-pop beats all night tomorrow at Hanger Bar in the East Village. Hanger Bar coincidentally is the 2008 winner of The L Magazine’s Bar Award for BEST BAR TO HEAR A DJ SET! 

Come get drunk and dance with us!

Hanger Bar –  217 East 3rd Street between Avenues B & C

 





LG Vu rocks mobile TV and haptic feedback touchscreen

6 05 2008

lg vulg vu at att

I got to play with the new LG Vu yesterday and was surprisingly impressed. It’s no iPhone when it comes to it’s interface, browser, or media functions; but it does have Apple beat in a couple of interesting areas.  1.  It’s 3G.  Nuff said.

 2. It has a haptic feedback display.  This eliminates the biggest drawback of having a touchscreen; the lack of feedback to let you know you actually clicked on something.  On the Vu when you touch an item on the screen, that part of the screen vibrates to let your finger know you clicked.  

3.  Mobile TV.  I was really impressed with the mobile TV offering and it’s performance.  It kicks both Verizon and Sprint’s TV ass easily.  Full touchable, scrollable program guide. Real channels you actually want to watch.  Channels loaded almost instantaneously and changing between channels was quick too.  Very slick.

The downside is this baby costs $500.