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 […]
This is the first track from a music project with Justin Litaker called The Spiritual Animal Kingdom. “Knuckle Dustup” started with an improvised track made by Scott Bazar using a nano bug wedged inside a large tuning fork. We edited that track and then wrote the rest of the piece […]
Revisiting the only fragment I have of a zombie book. Originally posted to The Terror Test after George Romero’s death and now resurrected on his birthday.
You can read my review of Doomed to Fail over at The Drunken Odyssey.
You can read my review of Dua Saleh’s Rosetta EP over at The Drunken Odyssey.
I just finished a video I began at the end of 2017 while just playing with my iPhone camera. After several computer crashes and losing my edit more than once, for maybe a year I thought I had lost all the raw footage. I found it sometime in 2020 while […]
Kelly is my guitar and bass teacher. I started taking lessons in March as a way to get through lockdown. I had always wanted to take lessons, but either always said I didn’t have the money or didn’t deserve them. Getting back into playing music has helped get me through […]
A Portrait of the Artist as a Glum ManOriginally written for Episode 62 on Eraserhead (1977) and Freaks (1932). Interviewer: What was Wild at Heart about David? “Well, it’s about one hour and forty-five minutes. ~An interview with Toby Keeler, recounting a conversation with Lynch “Believe it or not, Eraserhead […]