Warning: Tour memories are like photos from a crummy disposable camera. Some are pitifully undeveloped; some wildly overdeveloped, and some have my dumb thumb blocking the frame, so no one will even get it but me.Read More
Day 1 of our little Pacific Northwest Trip, we found the beat!
It was kind of a delightful surprise, really. We already knew we would be recording a few videos with our friend and Lost State Records label DIYer Trey Hanawalt (a SLO-Portland transplant), but we had no idea what that would really entail. We knew it would include a cool, inventive traveling drum kit called a Beatbox...Read More
Tour ended last week, but it really started nine months ago. Way before booking began, way before desperately emailing bands I’d never heard of, and way, way, way before 3,030+ miles in a stinky van with two bearded partners in crime.Read More
Ladyfest is an example to our youth, a tangible view of what a woman can be, if she so chooses. There is nothing more empowering than unleashing your authentic voice from the very pit of your belly, legs agape and firmly planted on the earth, heart open. Add in an instrument, acoustic, electric or otherwise...and you have a spiritual and empowering experience.Read More
I had always found Jenny Ashley's lampshade images eerily beautiful, haunting, and ultimately disturbing. But here's the most freaky thing. I wasn't 100 percent sure why. It's not often that I catch myself off-gaurd emotionally, but that's what good art does. It yanks you from your bubble and smacks you in the face.Read More
Transition is hard for everyone. It is the necessary evil that takes us from who we are to who we're becoming. My friend Jordie Lynn Washburn understands this painful, uncomfortable, yet fulfilling leap of faith better than most.Read More
CUL-DE-SAC LIFE, CUL-DE-SAC WIFE! Today’s guest: My suburban neighbor and friend, Wine Darci! Wine Darci doesn’t know when to stop. Wine Darci DGAF. This podcast is not for mean trolls, crybabies, or entitled brats.Read More