Profile Is This On? Is There a Crowd to Be Sourced? Man you can tell how seriously I take this whole personal brand thing when you see the last time I updated this site was two baaahahahahahaha


Discover website stats, rating, details and status online. Read and write reviews or vote to improve it ranking. Check alliedvsaxis duplicates with related css, domain relations, most used words, social networks references. Find out where is server located. Use our online tools to find owner and admin contact info. Go to regular site Information

Website / Domain:
Website IP Address:
Domain DNS Server:, Rank

Alexa Rank: 14965624
OursSite Rank: 1
Google Page Rank: 0/10 (Google Pagerank Has Been Closed) Traffic & Earnings

Purchase/Sale Value: $8,109
Daily Revenue: $22
Monthly Revenue: $666
Yearly Revenue: $8,109
Daily Unique Visitors: 2,044
Monthly Unique Visitors: 61,320
Yearly Unique Visitors: 746,060 WebSite Httpheader

StatusCode 200
Content-Type text/html; charset=UTF-8
Date Tue, 17 Oct 2017 17:01:04 GMT
Server Apache Keywords accounting

Keyword Count Percentage Similar Website

Domain WebSite Title .com ??????????.com ??????-??????.com :: ??????????? ????????????? ???? ????? ???????.com ??????????.com | ????????????????? ??? ??????? ????????????? ??????????????????.com :: ???????????????????????????????????????????????? ??????.com ?????????.com : ???????????????? ????.COM ??? ????? ?????.??????.com! .com ???? ????? .Com ????????????.com | ??????????????? ???????????? ??? ?????????????? ??????????.com ????????????????????????????????????? .COM ? ???????????.com - ?????????????? ???????????? ?????????? ???????????? ??????? ????????????? ???? ???? ?????? ???? | com.?????? ?????? ????.com ?????.com?? ??? ????… Traffic Sources Chart Alexa Rank History Chart aleax Html To Plain Text Is This On? Is There a Crowd to Be Sourced? Man you can tell how seriously I take this whole personal brand thing when you see the last time I updated this site was two baaahahahahahaha three years ago. Really workin’ it out here. Growing the profile. Yup. Anyway I’m breaking my silence to talk about a couple projects I’m tangentially involved in that you might find worthy of your consideration. You might remember my friend John Davis from his work as one half of the Folk Implosion or, if you’re really hardcore, from a run of startlingly beautiful solo recordings he made for Shrimper in the ’90s. These days he’s a schoolteacher and maintains one of the more compulsively readable blogs you’re likely to run across, and last year he released his first new music in more than a decade, a sprawling and cinematic album called Spare Parts. Happily, he’s not going to make us wait so long for the next one, and a couple weeks ago I got to spend a fun couple days in North Carolina playing bass on it. Ever wondered what a fretless hollow-body Godin tuned to drop-C sounds like played through a Leslie? This will be your chance to find out. (Hint: it sounds unhinged. Thank you, Scott Solter.) John has set up a kickstarter to help fund the album’s recording, which I’ll let him tell you about. Reminder that John is a teacher. He’s trying to raise a measely four thousand bucks, which is half what he’s figuring he’ll spend on it. That kickstarter link again. I just moved away from Rochester, New York, where I lived for most of the last fourteen years, but it’s still close to my heart. One thing I’m bummed I won’t be around for is a new radio station called WAYO that seeks to bring truly independent, free-form, community-based programming to a city that, while it actually has a surprising number of non-commercial stations, the “free-form, community-based” parts? Maybe not so much. Mike Yates hit me up for a mix CD for their fund-raising campaign, an easy enough thing to do. But then I got ambitious, and started digitizing a bunch of thirty-year-old cassettes that I knew would soon be going into storage purgatory, perhaps never to be seen again. Several months and an eight-hundred-mile move later, my mix CDs—two volumes!—are done. Last night I wrote up a description about them. It’s hard to believe, I know, but once upon a time there was no such thing as Pitchfork, or Spotify, or YouTube, or The Pirate Bay. When I was growing up—and here I betray my age—the way you found out about cool music was by having cool older siblings, or, if you weren’t so fortunate, by listening to the radio. And if buying an album meant wiping out two entire weeks’ allowance, you filled the gaps by hoarding blank tapes and keeping one paused in your boombox with the play and record buttons pushed for when you heard something come on that sounded intriguing. Luckily for me, the cultural wasteland of suburban southern California in which I came of age did have one thing going for it, and that was KSPC, the Pomona College radio station which was and remains one of the best and most fiercely independent in the country. And so I would sit there by the radio listening, pausing and unpausing, filling up cassette after cassette which I would then listen to endlessly while carefully weighing my next investment. Thirty years later, these tapes represent a time capsule, a window into an alternate narrative of ’80s music, one that overlaps slightly with the version that’s been codified, repackaged and resold by a thousand and one “eighties nights” dance parties but is mostly made up of stuff that’s been largely forgotten for one reason or another—the songs that didn’t have massive publishing companies behind them trying to wring a few more bucks out of their back catalog by pushing ’em onto nostalgia comps. These CDs compile a cross-section of minor classics ranging from synthpop to punk rock, and I present them as evidence of what a truly killer radio station can mean to a community and especially the people growing up in it. Today there is no shortage of other paths to discovery out there, but radio is unique in that it’s so much closer to the cool-big-brother/sister model than almost anything else: it’s made up not of playlists and algorithms but actual human beings with their own ideas, their own tastes and opinions, sharing them with an audience of engaged listeners. KSPC opened my eyes and ears to things I would never have otherwise encountered, and there is an absolutely direct connection between the music I discovered through it and my career in music today. Here’s hoping that someday someone can say the same of WAYO. What I fail to mention here is that of course these CDs consist of rips from thirty-year-old cassettes of shit taped off the radio, and they sound like it. Still, they’re pretty entertaining. Check out the WAYO indiegogo site for info on how to get a copy. Posted on 08.21.14 to Pimpin'. Tags: john davis, WAYO. No comments yet. Add your thoughts or trackback from your own site. Subscribe to follow comments on this post. Generation Fuck Shit Up! They say parenthood changes the way you see things, and it’s true. You look around and think about the kind of world you want your children to grow up in, the future you’d like to imagine for them. If you write songs, it almost can’t help but inform your work in some way. Say, like this. First song and title track from an album that might be a little more slowly forthcoming now, but it’s coming. In celebration of the birth of my little girl, and in full solidarity with occupations everywhere. I’d be joining you, but we’re going to be occupying our house for the next little while. Meantime here’s a song to rally the troops. Let’s do this. Posted on 10.05.11 to Pimpin'. Tags: class war right now, pph. 5 comments. Add your thoughts or trackback from your own site. Subscribe to follow comments on this post. And All the Men Who Learned to Hate Them John, I see your Billy Bragg cover, and I raise you one Minutemen cover. Not exactly a union song per se, but a call to arms and the song that’s been in my head on continuous repeat for about the last two years. Feel free to download, link, share, whatever. Power to the people! Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player (version 9 or above) is required to play this audio clip. Download the latest version here. You also need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser. all these men who work the land should evaluate themselves and make a stand can’t they see beyond the rhetoric the lies and promises that don’t mean shit and all the men who learned to hate them they keep themselves hidden away they keep themselves upon the hill afraid of the day they’ll have to pay for all the crimes upon their heads and all the men who learned to hate them Side note, just as a heads-up: anyone disappointed with the lack of activity on this site is urged to check out the tumblr at right, easily subscribed to via rss, which I update almost daily and has become my kinda default hub for internet activity. See you over there. Posted on 03.10.11 to Pimpin'. Tags: class war, minutemen, pph. 2 comments. Add your thoughts or trackback from your own site. Subscribe to follow comments on this post. Fangio Listener’s Guide, Part III: The Big Picture Hear, hear! As of today, we are officially in business: Fangio is now available as a guilt-free digital download from iTunes, eMusic, and Amazon. Turntable-enabled physical object–fetishists may still order our beautiful numbered vinyl editions directly from Fayettenam, of course, and are encouraged to do so! Big picture fans are likewise encouraged to click on Davey G. Johnson’s brilliant Evita send-up, above, for the full-res version. Suitable for framing, or multiple-story Diego Rivera-style hand-painted murals, your choice. Finally, if I may borrow from my own one-sheet… (click to continue) Posted on 09.21.10 to Supplementary. Tags: davey g. johnson, fangio, fayettenam records, party of one, pph, saab. 3 comments. Add your thoughts or trackback from your own site. Subscribe to follow comments on this post. ?Viva Fangio! Pictured above with the fruits of his labors is illustrator nonpareil Marty Davis, perhaps the only person in the world capable of generating persuasive likenesses of both myself and Juan Manuel Fangio, from memory, and without question the only person capable of morphing them into the iconic visual punnery you see here. These are the records; this is the album. They turned out fucking amazing. They look and feel ridiculously great. So stoked! Go to Fayettenam and get yours! (The shirt is a prototype. Stay tuned.) Posted on 09.04.10 to Pimpin'. Tags: fangio, fayettenam records, marty, pph. 8 comments. Add your thoughts or trackback from your own site. Subscribe to follow comments on this post. Fangio Listener’s Guide, Part II: The Songs, Explained That’s me, actually, not Fangio. Read the full story at the reliably awesome Clunkbucket. Pleased to report that as of this week Fayettenam is not just taking but filling orders for both the 7″ single and the LP. They exist! Today, in celebration of this fact, some further elaboration to enhance your listening experience. Spoiler alert: lyrics and song explanations beneath the cut! Posted on 08.25.10 to Supplementary. Tags: clunkbucket, fangio, fayettenam records, pph, saab. 6 comments. Add your thoughts or trackback from your own site. Subscribe to follow comments on this post. Fangio Update: 7″ Out Today… Sort Of So here’s the deal: it’s still indie rock, and sometimes, when you’re doing super-limited, tiny runs of things, pressing plants aren’t always as cooperative as you’d like them to be. So yeah, the actual, physical 7″ single we’ve been promising? It doesn’t quite exist yet. The covers look great though! And we have been assured that the records themselves will indeed be pressed, along with the the LP, in time for the latter’s promised due date of September 7. In the meantime: order from Fayettenam and Scott will see to it that you get the downloads now to tide you over. In more exciting news: Five thousand plus views in a week! We are blowing up in the Hooniverse, on the Autoblog, en fran?ais, in Polish (!), on Saabs United, and, most importantly, in Argentina! We can only hope for such love from actual, uh, music critics. Posted on 08.10.10 to Administrative. Tags: fangio, fayettenam records, hooniverse, pph, saab. 2 comments. Add your thoughts or trackback from your own site. Subscribe to follow comments on this post. My God Is An Angry God: The Video Davey does a better job of explaining how this happened than I can. The brief was Grand Prix meets Alphaville. How’d we do? Posted on 08.03.10 to Supplementary. Tags: davey g. johnson, fangio, greatest thing ever, lux, pph, rochacha, saab, watkins glen. 6 comments. Add your thoughts or trackback from your own site. Subscribe to follow comments on this post. Fangio Listener’s Guide, Part I: The Illustrated Timeline It’s time, folks. Today, a little history to get you up to speed. Bold bits link to images and are worth checking out for contextual immersion’s sake. Enjoy! 1895 October 8: Juan Perón born in Lobos, Buenos Aires, Argentina 1899 August 24: Jorge Luis Borges born in Buenos Aires, Argentina 1911 June 24: Juan Manuel Fangio born in Balcarce, Argentina 1912 March 12: Sixten Sason born in Sk?vde, Sweden 1915 November 15: Augusto Pinochet born in Valparaiso, Chile and we’re just getting started… Posted on 08.02.10 to Supplementary. Tags: alberto ascari, fangio, karl kling, onofre marimón, pph, saab, sábado gigante, sixten sason. 5 comments. Add your thoughts or trackback from your own site. Subscribe to follow comments on this post. Fangio update; Smooth Sounds out now So yeah, as I’m sure many reading this are aware, it’s July now. But I only called it a “target date,” didn’t I? Not every shot is a bullseye. New and final release dates, and to quote Scott at Fayettenam, this is a “hard deadline”: 7″: August 10 LP: September 7 That’s the cover of the LP above. The vaunted video will be up when the single drops. Yet to come: an exhaustive listener’s guide, a Fangio timeline, downloadable posters, Fangio: the Novelization, a feature-length film. Better not to hold your breath on the last two, maybe. Seriously though, we’re putting together a full-on assault. When it’s over, people who google “Fangio” will see pictures of Saabs. I am bending the fabric of reality to my will! Meanwhile: in the fine tradition of Inland Empire tribute albums past comes Smooth Sounds: The Future Hits of Wckr Spgt, the Shrimper 20th anniversary compilation. Thirty-six Shrimper alums—including the likes of Refrigerator, the Mountain Goats, Lou Barlow, Franklin Bruno, Simon Joyner, Charlie McAlister, and Jad freakin’ Fair fercryinoutloud—interpret Wckr Spgt songs penned exclusively for the purpose. The one I was assigned afforded me the opportunity to make real a long-threatened idea for something called Joel Division: Spgt songs sung in the manner of Ian Curtis. You need this. Posted on 07.08.10 to Pimpin'. Tags: fangio, fayettenam records, pph, shrimper, wckr spgt. 7 comments. Add your thoughts or trackback from your own site. Subscribe to follow comments on this post. ? Previous Entries PETER PETER HUGHES DISKOTHI-Q FIREBIRD MAN CONTACT Vinyl | Bandcamp FRESH / LATEST POSTS Pimpin' Is This On? Is There a Crowd to Be Sourced? Pimpin' Generation Fuck Shit Up! Pimpin' And All the Men Who Learned to Hate Them Supplementary Fangio Listener’s Guide, Part III: The Big Picture Pimpin' ?Viva Fangio! TAG / CLOUD alberto ascari art brut australia casiotone for the painfully alone clunkbucket davey g. johnson fangio fayettenam records firebird man franklin bruno grandaddy greatest thing ever hooniverse jimmy fallon joe frank jonathan lee riches karl kling lux marty miranda! mountain goats new zealand nick lowe onofre marimón party of one photos pph r. kelly randy newman rochacha rufus wainwright saab shows shrimper sixten sason stephen colbert sábado gigante the baptist generals the hold steady the idorings the thermals total fucking genius victor muller watkins glen wckr spgt Search Archives August 2014 October 2011 March 2011 September 2010 August 2010 July 2010 March 2010 February 2010 January 2010 December 2009 November 2009 October 2009 July 2009 June 2009 Blogroll Andy Gilmore Baby Dayliner Baptist Generals bob hund Brian Latta Casiotone FTPA Charlie McAlister Christine Fellows Chucklehound Cluck1000 Cobra Verde Eddie Argos Erik Friedlander Fayettenam Records Franklin Bruno Gil Mantera's Party Dream Joe Frank John Vanderslice Kitty Empire Last Plane to Jakarta Les Trois Mois Lifetime, Wow! Philly Boy Roy Poor Baby Bree Rian Johnson Rochester Subway Satori In Brooklyn Scat Records Scharpling & Wurster Scott Solter Simon Joyner Snore & Guzzle The Best Show The Mountain Goats The Sketchpad Tiger Cried Beef Trudymade Uni Watch Vos Nena Meta Register Log in Valid XHTML XFN WordPress Copyright ? 2010 by All rights reserved. Modicus theme by Upstart Blogger, jacked up for fivetools by me, pph. Don't blame that dude for my mistakes. Whois

Whois Server Version 2.0 Domain names in the .com and .net domains can now be registered with many different competing registrars. Go to for detailed information. Domain Name: FIVETOOLS.COM Registrar: TUCOWS DOMAINS INC. Sponsoring Registrar IANA ID: 69 Whois Server: Referral URL: Name Server: NS1.IXWEBHOSTING.COM Name Server: NS2.IXWEBHOSTING.COM Status: clientTransferProhibited Status: clientUpdateProhibited Updated Date: 07-aug-2015 Creation Date: 22-jul-2003 Expiration Date: 22-jul-2016 >>> Last update of whois database: Wed, 18 May 2016 04:21:58 GMT <<< For more information on Whois status codes, please visit NOTICE: The expiration date displayed in this record is the date the registrar's sponsorship of the domain name registration in the registry is currently set to expire. This date does not necessarily reflect the expiration date of the domain name registrant's agreement with the sponsoring registrar. Users may consult the sponsoring registrar's Whois database to view the registrar's reported date of expiration for this registration. TERMS OF USE: You are not authorized to access or query our Whois database through the use of electronic processes that are high-volume and automated except as reasonably necessary to register domain names or modify existing registrations; the Data in VeriSign Global Registry Services' ("VeriSign") Whois database is provided by VeriSign for information purposes only, and to assist persons in obtaining information about or related to a domain name registration record. VeriSign does not guarantee its accuracy. By submitting a Whois query, you agree to abide by the following terms of use: You agree that you may use this Data only for lawful purposes and that under no circumstances will you use this Data to: (1) allow, enable, or otherwise support the transmission of mass unsolicited, commercial advertising or solicitations via e-mail, telephone, or facsimile; or (2) enable high volume, automated, electronic processes that apply to VeriSign (or its computer systems). The compilation, repackaging, dissemination or other use of this Data is expressly prohibited without the prior written consent of VeriSign. You agree not to use electronic processes that are automated and high-volume to access or query the Whois database except as reasonably necessary to register domain names or modify existing registrations. VeriSign reserves the right to restrict your access to the Whois database in its sole discretion to ensure operational stability. VeriSign may restrict or terminate your access to the Whois database for failure to abide by these terms of use. VeriSign reserves the right to modify these terms at any time. The Registry database contains ONLY .COM, .NET, .EDU domains and Registrars