Froggie ... Ribbit !!! Location: Back in Paris... for now ! Member Since: 8th Jun 2001 Total posts: 4224
Posted:Hi Drea, while I am not from austin at all, I just jumped in to say that a) it's your lucky day !!!! the Austin scene is rich in fact, there is even some "legendary" spinners out there (like Sage , Baru, Adam Rice, etc...) b) If you go to the "meet otehrs" section you'll do a search on austin spinners and will find tons of them. I am sure if you email them you'll get all the info you want c) don't forget the Houston scene (you could get in touch with Vanize for example, but there are many otehrs) and check out the Flipside festival end of May (Ask Vanize) cause it is supposed to be amazing
Again, no worries, you're surely gonna have the time of your life
shine on Cassandra
"I want brown bread... no, that is diesel oil..." "So I was raised in Europe, where History comes from ..." "NON !!! La Plume de mon oncle n est pas Bingibangibungi !!!"
John Netterwald stranger Location: USA!! (NY, CA, TX) Member Since: 25th Apr 2002 Total posts: 4
Posted:Austin is definitely a pretty neat scene, at least as far as Fire spinning goes. The land and the people that really consider themselves texans leave a little something to be desired...
<ducks to avoid shotgun blasts>
But it's definitely a great place to learn to spin. There are a few of us that gather weekly on Tuesdays at Cafe Mundi to spin, and some of those people (and a few extras) come spin weekly at various clubs and events. Rather exciting in general. Gives me something to look forward to each day, never mind each week. If you look for it... it will be there... and you will find it. Anywhere you go.