Indie Roundup Feature
May 30th Side Door livestream show
Exclusive video premiere!
May 22 – Today’s the day!
Compassion Machine quarantine video
Fundraiser for WISH.
Compassion Machine – May 22nd release
Support The David Suzuki Foundation
Fan videos from The WISE Hall show
Sold out show @ The WISE Hall
Radio interview with Queer FM
Top 30 charts – April 13/18
My first Side Door show!
Video from April 13th concert.
With Clone and The Furniture
Indie music comes to life!
Tour details for May 2018
Live on Radio Bandcouver
April 10th on Queer FM CiTR
A shout out from North by Northwest
VanCity Indie VLOG
April 13th at The Cultch in Vancouver.
A list of 23 songs…in no particular order.
A post to explain my radio silence…
Lara Kroeker’s for Musical Spaces.
New video by Lara Kroeker.
Plug in Hamilton Spectator.
Dates and details!
First lyric video from no static
CiTR Radio’s Top 30 Album Chart.
TV interview & performance
I bow to the machine now.
Storyboarding and sketches for a soon-to-be-released lyric video.
Do you know what a carrier hotel is? Listen to the song!
Now, here in Canada, we’re on the cusp of inverting that inversion.
A must-visit site! Brain Pickings is often my salvation on my commute…
In the nineties and early two thousands I was the lead singer, songwriter and rhythm guitarist in Vancouver indie pop band, hazel motes.
Mother Jones recently published an excellent comic by Audrey Quinn & Jackie Roche on how climate change sparked the civil war in Syria.
What a revelation! My first day at the controls in the studio was a blast. I learned so much and think I caught on pretty quick.
I’ve written a couple of posts over the past few months about zombies and political apathy. Separate posts, with unconnected themes.
In empty spaces, in-between places and in the margins you may find the discarded bits of people’s lives.
In early March I received a friendly email from my domain neighbours, The Tin Forest. The Marketing & Press Officer for the National Theatre of Scotland wanted to let me know that the company is putting on a large scale participatory arts project called The Tin Forest, which is part of the Cultural Programme of […]
It’s been just over a week now since the Olympics have wrapped up. I can’t say I tracked the event with any sort of commitment but do admit a love of speed skating of any sort and usually make an effort to watch these events plus women’s hockey whenever I can. I can certainly appreciate […]
In the Ardennes region of Belgium, there lies a traffic jam of forest cars. They are cars abandoned by American troops at the end of World War II as they left Europe for home. Decades later, photographers have captured elegiac photos of the cars merging with nature and returning to the earth. Photo source: Matthias […]
Over the past few months, a cascade of local businesses have closed down on Main Street. The reason? Escalating rents and real estate prices. Some established gems have been shuttered. What amazes me most about the changes I see is the businesses that are moving in to replace the stand-bys…Cafe Montmarte replaced by the Shameful […]
Lately I’ve been curious about the prevalence of zombies in popular culture – they shuffle through music, movies, comics, TV shows. Recent TV shows like The Walking Dead and blockbuster movies like World War Z have brought zombies into the collective consciousness. World War Z is also a best-selling book by Max Brooks that is […]
Indeed, I do love to read. Anything…fiction, non-fiction, poetry, biography, autobiography, short stories, magazines, graffiti, academic papers, recipes, diaries, love notes. For years I have kept track of what I’ve read via various written lists in the back of day planners and journals. Most recently, I’ve moved my list to private Google doc. In this […]
Walk for Reconciliation – photo by kele Thousands came out in the rain to walk for reconciliation on Saturday; joined with the common goal to move through our shared history and come to grips with the abuse of Indigenous Peoples in Canada. It was a moving finale of the Truth & Reconciliation Commission’s events on […]