At The Drunken Odyssey, I review Gwenifer Raymond’s Strange Lights Over Garth Mountain.
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 […]
This continues a collaboration with improviser/guitarist Scott Bazar. There’s a playlist on SoundCloud of what we’ve done so far. He’s a continual inspiration. I never know what he’s used to make his tracks and it’s like a surprise I get at the end of the process when he sends me […]
Check out some J9 videos if you enjoy your humor somewhere between quotidian observation and dada. One of my favorite images from the series is of a miniature motivational hippo exhorting from beneath a car in a grocery store parking lot. That may give you some idea of what to […]
You can read this at The Drunken Odyssey.
Here’s the second in a series of collaborations with Florida-based composer/improviser Scott Bazar. I can’t recommend his audio/visual work enough. Here’s my post on our earlier collaboration. More on the way…(I have to finish a couple of videos first.)
Lots of guitar and art rock below, though lots of good uses of electronics, too. Lots of comfort music (in these times). And RIP Art Neville. The Meters are one of THE bands for me. The Muppet Movie Soundtrack, the first record I remember turns 40. Still love it. Black […]