Strangers Die Every Day : Aperture For Departure

When I read, in the accompanying press release for Portland’s Strangers Die Every Day‘s debut album, that they had previously opened up for Thurston Moore, I was immediately seized by an intuition telling me that I was not going to like this album at all. I saw Thurston (one of my absolute all- time musical…

John Peel is Better Than God and Chocolate

My life is pretty good.  I have a long way to go to get to where I want and I’m sure even when I get there, I won’t be satisfied–probably because I’m never content with anything. My point being, as each year slips by, there are a few people in my life, both private and…

Applied Communications : Heavenly Gospel by Lee Henderson

It is raining outside, and I am in kind of a bad mood. I’ve been trying to work on music all day andówhat can I say, there’s just no blood going there at all like hanging upside- down in a meat locker. I want to get something done today, though, and thankfully I have a…