Category Archives: Musings

The Loss of an Artist, and Why It Hurts

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 … Continue reading

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Patching Albums

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 … Continue reading

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Tired of hearing people say that there’s “no good music today”? My current response is below. What’s yours?

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Amplitude ≠ Productivity

Last night I played out for the first time in a long time. Longer than I care to admit, to be honest. Just me and my ukulele at an open mic. But damn, it was fun. I could only remember … Continue reading

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The Subjectivity of Timing

I’ve been thinking about how certain tastes in music are acquired. Naturally, the fundamentals of it are based upon whatever the listener began to hear at a young age. This period of early listening often defines things such as stylistic … Continue reading

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