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Welcome to “The Jangle”

Here's a song I wrote and recorded over the weekend... If you like the Beatles (circa Hard Day's Night) or the Byrds, you might enjoy this one.  

Forgot About This

I'm sure I posted this a long time ago, but I was going through some of my old music and was thinking this is pretty... interesting... About a half-hour of moody electronic improv.

Vinyl and Lyme Disease

Whether you enjoyed the premiere of Vinyl as the folks at Rolling Stone did or hated it like the folks at The New Yorker, you were no doubt left wondering whether that reference to Lyme disease about halfway through the... Continue Reading →

Pizza Squirrel

I watched this squirrel drag a slice of pizza over a four-foot mound of snow, across my yard, and up a tree. Note the defiance in its eyes toward the end of the clip.

David Bowie

I can remember hearing David Bowie on the radio the summer I turned ten and thinking he sounded really cool—like, literally, cool, as if he were made of ice. I loved the “And if you say run…” bridge on “Let’s... Continue Reading →

The Land of Nod

Just doing some Christmas shopping when I stumbled upon a shop called The Land of Nod, which sells children's furniture. It's an odd name for a children's furniture store, considering that Nod is where Cain was exiled after killing Abel... Continue Reading →

MCCC Student Profile

A few weeks ago, a colleague of mine asked me to write a profile on the Sound Recording Technology program at Montgomery County Community College. Here's a link to the article I wrote: http://www.mc3.edu/about-us/news/87-about-us/news/9345-student-finds-his-passion-in-mccc-s-sound-recording-music-technology-program

My Other Car…

Designed a bumper sticker for fans of all things literal and obvious...

Almost Eight

Here's a rough mix of a track I was working on over the weekend. It has a little bit of a Moby vibe. It might also have been influenced by a documentary on Spandau Ballet that I saw on Friday.... Continue Reading →

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