Monthly Archives: May 2009
This is the first Jabon performance in over a decade! The last one was on June 24th 1998.
photo: my lovely wife I recently received a batch of cassettes in the mail shortly after my Ipod bit it. All I wanted to do was to listen to some music while I was at the laundrymat but the damn … Continue reading
My new favorite show is 70’s sci-fi series The Tomorrow People. This was produced concurrently with Dr. Who and included many familiar sounds, cheap video effects and plots. It’s actually way more psychedelic than Dr. Who but he familiar sounds … Continue reading
Wizard Prison did the soundtrack to a film by John Vallier. It’s part of the UW Pocketmedia Film Festival. Check it out!
My new Arabic name is Abdullah Basheem! “Another album of acoustic guitar music from Sir Richard Bishop– are you ‘freakin’ nuts? The Freak Of Araby is a new direction for our distinguished gentleman, and just in the nick of time … Continue reading
I bought this record nearly 15 years ago and really dug the cover but also the line that says it was recorded on 35mm magnetic film. That would be mag stock used for sound on films. The cover is printed … Continue reading
Last night I pulled a record from the shelf titled The Most Fabulous Sound Experience Ever! The First Percussion Sextet. The music itself is pretty good. the recording is nice and realistic. The playing is top notch and I do … Continue reading
This photo was taken during the Blood Farmers recording session circa 1984! That’s me with my arm behind my head.
Left to their own devices with Scott Colburn (Arcade Fire, Animal Collective) at his voodoo lair, an old Finnish church turned recording studio, The Staxx Brothers return with a vengeance on We are The Blaxstonz. It’s an album that borders … Continue reading