You can read the interview at The Drunken Odyssey.
You can listen here.
We attempted the next Disquiet Junto, which dealt with turning daily sounds into music. Last week’s is here. Justin wrote a piece for timpani, piano, and trumpet. The sound of a dumpster was the influence for the timpani. I sampled my chair at work (the sound you hear at the […]
I recently interviewed Jad Fair and knowing so many of his songs talk about monsters and that he grew up in Michigan, I had to ask him about Channel 50. Sure enough, he watched a lot of early monster movies there and was lucky enough to grow up with various […]
I had been eyeing the Disquiet weekly projects for some time. On Thursdays, participants get a prompt, and they have to post a track by Monday. It’s mostly for making ambient or other kinds of textural sounds or music, though results are across all kinds of music universes. I sent […]
At The Drunken Odyssey, I review Gwenifer Raymond’s Strange Lights Over Garth Mountain.
Over at The Drunken Odyssey you can read a review of one of my favorite records of 2020–Silica Gel’s May Day.
Over at The Drunken Odyssey, I review Christopher C. King’s Lament from Epirus, a book about the West’s oldest surviving folk music.
I did some guest work on some recent releases I thought I’d share. Just Daddy’s God Housekeeping is described as a dark ambient/doom record and I like it a lot. I did a few bits and pieces with no real reference for what the record was going to be. I’m […]