"Regurgitation and a self-pleasuring dog define the limits of the new film’s ambitions."
Chip: "I laughed so hard at that masturbating dog that I drowned out the five minutes worth of dialogue immediately following the masturbating dog, so I had to watch the film twice in a row, but then the same thing happened again. Can anyone tell me what was said during the five minutes after the dog masturbated?"
Last night the boys holed up in a studio with Larryville's greatest underground hipster band, The Leotards, to record a theme song for The Larryville Chronicles. (if you are hip enough, you may have once seen the band recently emerge from hiding and play with the Vigilantes at a local house party). The band consists of Stephanie Six on sultry vocals, simulated sex noises, and Too Short rap interludes, complemented by the penetrating guitar riffs (and Manchester attitude) of local punk scholar King Tosser. After a few cases of PBR (and some Hamm's) the boys emerged with a three minute masterpiece in which they contributed lead vocals to a song that encapsulates most of what interests them (beer, bands, boners, and venues, with the venues being chanted and followed up by the memorable intonation of "These are the only places that are hip enough for us to go."). Once the track is mixed to the high standards of The Leotards, we hope to offer an MP3 link in our sidebar so you can judge for yourself: Is it art, or isn't it? (but we assure you that it IS).