A while back, I mentioned that when I was in grade school, I always looked forward to reading Doctor Who Magazine. One of the coolest things about that magazine was the comic strip version of the Doctor's adventures. As much as I loved the TV show, it had fallen on somewhat hard times by the…Read more Polly the Glot
I'm working on some new material and the video I wrote about a little while ago should be available soon, but here's a track I released in 2016 -- a jazzy little number called "Unobtrusive Groove." I'd taken it down for a while, but a student of mine reminded me of its existence, so I…Read more “Unobtrusive Groove” Revisited
Here's a short track I recorded today. Not sure if it will develop into anything... Just fooling around with sounds at this point.
So far, "Don't Let It Go" is the track from Thank You for Holding that has gotten the most compliments. Not sure if that's because there's no singing on it or because people like the guitar playing... Hmm... In any case, this instrumental started as a fairly long jam that I recorded with -- I…Read more Track-by-Track: “Don’t Let It Go”
My friend Tim Simmons wrote this instrumental piece and juxtaposed it with some footage he found in the Prelinger Archives. Tim is playing guitar and glockenspiel on this track, and I'm playing synthesizers. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WzxpLTQwkTE
Second Wave, the long-awaited (by me) follow-up to Android Invasion's Life at the Pace of Objects is now available as a free download. Just enter zero as the amount when the site asks you to name your price.
Here's a new piece of music I've been working on. I call it "Someone Upstairs" because part of it sounds like someone walking around upstairs... which was kind of spooky when I was working on this track alone in my basement at night! Also, I'll be doing a reading at Rosemont College on Monday,…Read more Someone Upstairs/Reading at Rosemont