In the year 2016, many great musicians and actors are departing this world. First a death occurs, then collective mourning on social media occurs (and for good reason, as you shall read). Then the contrarians come out to play, asking where all the love was…

There are some inherent advantages to digital releases. Perhaps the most obvious is that there are no physical production costs, and no boxes of CD’s taking up valuable storage space in your closet, or under your bed, or in the trunk of your Honda. But one advantage…

2015 has been a time in my life during which I haven’t (publicly) said much. This is because I haven’t had much to say that people wanted to hear. Mostly I’ve been living the limbo that is being perpetually unemployed, yet fortunate enough to be…

It’s not like me to have a favorite anything — there’s just too much goodness to go around. However, for six years I could say that I had a favorite live performance of a single song, and that performance was by The Who, playing Mose…

Another week has passed and… well, to be honest, I didn’t get as much done as I would’ve liked. With the late spring, everything started to bloom at once. Anyone with seasonal allergies knows that the effects of such a phenomenon can be deadly, and…

Another week, another update. I think I’ll try to maintain that frequency — it’ll keep me focused. Work on the album continues. I have tentatively titled it “The Science of Induction,” and hopefully the meaning behind that will become apparent by the end of this…

So last week I announced that I’d be coming up with an album-type-thing as a personal project. The goal was to compose and/or consolidate enough tunes to get about 40-45 minutes. I’m pleased to say that I’ve achieved that goal. This is mostly because of…