New plans and old tendencies; 10 weeks with an 8-month old; Green Day and lessons on palm muting
The first half of my new EP “Duels” is out right now. Like today. Have a listen to this folk n’ roll and read about the agony I inflicted on myself to make it. There are lyrics in here, too, sexy pants.
I’m happy to release to the world a new track of mine called “Win Win”, the first of a batch of songs recorded with my drummer friend late last year as part of a fun studio project at Electric Wilburland Studios.
Early this year, sometime, I’ll have some new Louiston songs for you all and, eventually, a new record. Until then, enjoy a small dose of Mike Murray and I, in the studio recording a version of the title track on this new record, “Duels”. Here’s the first vid we did for another song. These were […]
One billion Sunday sermons and several hundred pages of scripture can be distilled into a single, foundational directive that has proved more than enough work for us to handle.
Thoughts on a drive out into the country, where the rebel flags fly.
So, there’s like this short documentary on Louiston now. It’s pretty badass. Come watch.
We could bitch all day about what sucks. Why not mention some things that don’t? Such as: a very un-boring world history, tyrannical pigs, and skate punk.
Are you media-exhausted yet? Almost there? Strap in, buddy. The last month has been a litmus test for Trump’s remaining 47 and has spurred some very hard thinking about the value and veracity of proliferated news content and how much of it we need in our daily lives.
My time as a newspaper editor introduced me to the fascinating, dark art of page design. Each week, I’d tangle with Adobe InDesign and blindly toss around headlines and subheads, photos and big blocks of text and hope something would come together. I can still recall that first production day, using templates to lay out […]