If I Could Translate Tears Into Words…

On September 12th, 2013 I received an email from my bass player, spiritual conspirator and close friend, Robert Russell. It started with this sentence: “I am so sorry this is the first you have from me on this; firstly, it all went down like a shockwave and, secondly, I never had to share with people . . . → Read More: If I Could Translate Tears Into Words…

’13 Addictions, Shout Outs & One Offs

Here’s this year’s eclectic, TV centric list (binge-watch alert)… whether discovered as new, rediscovered or simply appreciated in 2013. In no particular order…

Les Revenants – Thoroughly intriguing addiction. Each beautifully shot episode begs more questions than it answers, and I was hooked before Sundance had the good sense to air the original French series. . . . → Read More: ’13 Addictions, Shout Outs & One Offs

’12 Addictions, Shout Outs & One Offs

Here’s this year’s eclectic list of people, projects, music, gadgets… whether discovered as new, rediscovered or simply appreciated in 2012. In no particular order…

House of Lies – Shout out to creator Matthew Carnahan and the great cast led by Don Cheadle; breaking that fourth wall with panache.

Bron|Broen (The Bridge) – Newly . . . → Read More: ’12 Addictions, Shout Outs & One Offs

Monthly Crate Diggin’ #4 – Conscious & Feeling Good in 2012

December got away from me, and with the annual roundup, I ran out of time for vinyl musings… I’d been meaning to mention “Beats Rhymes & Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest” and to send a shout out to Michael Rapaport. What could have been a low key passion project turned into a . . . → Read More: Monthly Crate Diggin’ #4 – Conscious & Feeling Good in 2012

’11 Addictions, Shout Outs & One Offs

Here’s this year’s eclectic list of people, projects, music, gadgets… whether discovered as new, rediscovered or simply appreciated in 2011. In no particular order…

The Shadow Line – year end shout out to Hugo Blick for a great ride. From the opening scene of episode 1, it brilliantly pulls you in with a regular who’s . . . → Read More: ’11 Addictions, Shout Outs & One Offs