Longtime readers of this blog may recall that I recorded a song called "Soft Light" a while back. Today, I'm pleased to announce that I've teamed up with several extremely talented music producers to release eight new versions of the song! The producers are all students in my colleague Jen Mitlas's music production course at…Read more Soft Light Redux (for a good cause!)
Quick post to say that I've released a new ambient music EP titled States of Wonder. It's free to download... Just click "Get Album" on the following page: https://www.hungryhourmusic.com/statesofwonder
Big thanks to Ben Harvey for interviewing me about my book, Tired of California: The Beach Boys' Holland Revisited on his show, The Broken Records Radio Hour. Here's the interview (minus the music):
Here's something I've been working on... It's a new video from my band, Plush Gordon. The song is called "The Darkest Moon." Musically, it has hints of Pink Floyd, the Jesus and Mary Chain ("Just Like Honey," in particular) and Joy Division ("Atmosphere"). It has also drawn positive comparisons to The Church ("Under the Milky…Read more “The Darkest Moon”
As longtime readers of my blog have probably noticed, I'm love all aspects of music -- making it, listening to it, reading about it, writing about it -- so it may come as little surprise that I've decided to take my interest in music to a new level by starting a label. It's called Hungry…Read more A New Venture
This one's a little odd, particularly the first track, but my new band's debut EP is now available on BandCamp. The EP is called Fits and Starts. Contained therein are: A brief song (25 seconds) about a rubber-band ball A song about a man who works at a grocery store A song about Gregor Samsa…Read more Plush Gordon debut now available!
Longtime readers of my blog may recall that I started recording electronic music with Android Invasion back in 2012. Recently, several events transpired that led me to return to that on-again-off-again project. For one thing, I read a lot of books about filmmakers over the summer, and I started thinking about how I wanted to…Read more Field Report