I appeared on 4 musical recordings released in 2022! That's pretty good although I only had to mix and promote one of them. This was a quality-over-quantity year, which in reality means lots of contributing to the musical vision of others (who will in turn have others mix the stuff! Division of labor FTW). Here's a … Continue reading 2022 in Review: Music by We
2022 in review: Music by They
I got a lot of great music into my head in 2022! Here's my TIDAL playlist if you are into that. Look at what I liked and why: Arkaik - Labyrinth of Hungry Ghosts - Easily my most anticipated release of the year. It did not disappoint. They know how to put together a satisfying … Continue reading 2022 in review: Music by They
Jazz Perturbers in 2023
We're doing some shows this year! 8-10pm Tuesdays, no cover. Come on out. Tuesday May 16. RSVP here. Ok this one will always be happening in the future right? April 25 RSVP here No this is also past now. How does this keep happening? Be strong my children. Soon, and forever, time will stop and … Continue reading Jazz Perturbers in 2023
2022 IN REVIEW: BOOKS!
I tried hard to read a bunch of books in 2022. These were the best ones, no particular order. Most are older than 2022 of course. Parable of the Sower, Parable of the Talents - Octavia E. Butler - two parts of the same story written in the 1990s about a future in the 2020s. … Continue reading 2022 IN REVIEW: BOOKS!
NEW ALBUM: SOMNAMULONIMBUS – FEB 1
Hello fellow weirdos. i'm super excited to finally unleash my newest album onto your ears! This is an instrumental jazz fusion, synth prog album written and recorded during the darkest days of pandemic 2020, with Aaron Parks on drums and me on everything else - electric and acoustic guitar, bass, keyboard, synth programming, and a … Continue reading NEW ALBUM: SOMNAMULONIMBUS – FEB 1
New Music I Loved in 2020, Abridged
I listen to music when I’m exercising, driving, working my day job, cooking, reading, eating, cleaning, dancing for my cats, and even sometimes when I’m working on other music (that last one doesn’t always work out so good). Given the relative lack of other sources of novelty since March, I consumed a disgusting amount of … Continue reading New Music I Loved in 2020, Abridged
Je Ne Regrette Rien – MUSIC COMPLETED BY ME IN 2020.
There was something strange about 2020, but I can’t put my finger on it. However, one way in which this year was normal was that I made a bunch more music! Oh you are so very welcome. Daytime Drama Themes My first release of the year in January is a freaky jazz/prog album built on … Continue reading Je Ne Regrette Rien – MUSIC COMPLETED BY ME IN 2020.
Happy New-ish Year
2019 was all about revisiting, re-assessing, and re-booting. After Opposite Day basically lost inertia in May, I decided to take a break from fronting and promoting a band, and just go with the flow a bit and take the good opportunities that came my way. This included fun and satisfying gigs and/or recording with Dream … Continue reading Happy New-ish Year
Technical metal album = now! Omnectomy – Pyrophrenesthesia
I made a metal album a few years back and have been making small adjustments to it ever since. It's finally done and went live on Bandcamp last week. WHY Here's the deal with this project: I have been in a love affair with Death Metal the better part of 20 years starting with Cannibal … Continue reading Technical metal album = now! Omnectomy – Pyrophrenesthesia
Edge of Sound Episode About Me
The lovely folks over at Voyager Fest continue to explore new ways of shining their light on Progressive Music in Austin. With the support of the City of Austin Cultural Arts Division, they launched a show called Edge of Sound and were kind enough to feature me in their 2nd episode. We sat down earlier … Continue reading Edge of Sound Episode About Me