Soon to be published to the band’s website and Facebook page: Remember back to a time when vinyl records were the definitive way to hear music—the click of the needle and the crackling that only comes from listening to a record on a turntable. The time when bands like The Who, The Stones, and Led … More The Pinx Band Biography
I’m sitting here listening to the rain hit my office windows at home, and listening to Death Cab for Cutie, as I often do on rainy days when I’m working. It reminded me of this post I wrote a long time ago, four years ago to be exact. It inspired me to share again, so, … More Re-Post: A Movie Script Ending
Originally published here for Ruckus Magazine. Douglas Brake of Douglas Brake and the Sizzle, Hiss, Pop Band didn’t just wake up one day and say, “Hey, I should write and play kid music.” It happened organically, late one night while Brake was trying to get his then-1-year-old son to fall asleep. “I ran out of songs … More Douglas Brake’s organic fall into children’s music
First, let me be PERFECTLY CLEAR that I LOVE my job right now and it was totally worth everything. However, this might have saved me from the death-trap that was my temp job for four months. How ironic. Posted 05-13-11 – Entry Level Paralegal (Downtown Decatur) Small, downtown Decatur firm seeks Legal Assistant or entry-level … More This would have been nice to have 7 months ago
Pitchfork: Poptimist: Poptimist #38. This post is extremely well written and it definitely makes you think! It is a must-read article for people who are music fans, psychologists, historians or all of the above. It may seem like an odd combination, but it actually all fits together. Really.