Monthly Archives: November 2011


MoPho in action

Working on a new song called “Voodoo Doll” today – I’ve had the drums done for a while but it was time to start adding some meat onto the bones. Which is to say time to start putting my new MoPho to work. Here’s a little taste, just a fragment towards the end of the […]

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Planning ahead

Just realized CiTR Radio’s 24 Hours of Radio Art will be here in just 2 months, time for me to start thinking of what I’ll do for it. The last 2 years I’ve prepared work in advance, in 2010 it was audio collages of spoken word about the Olympics and wasted money mixed in with […]


Support CiTR Radio

It’s that time of year again, Fundrive at CiTR Radio, startinf today and running through next Thursday. Help support local, independent radio here in Vancouver, donate now to CiTR! The overall goal is $35000, the fundraising goal for my show, The Vampire’s Ball, is $250. I’m kicking in $60 out of my own pocket, who’s […]


The Age of the Import

Today’s announcement of the closure of the HMV store at Robson and Burrard in Vancouver sparked a bunch of Twitter commentary, including me giving a short version of this soapbox rant. Basically, it comes down to the chains ceased to be relevant years ago when instead of maintaining a broad stock they became more and […]


On commissioned staff in record stores

2011 note: Today’s announcement of the closure of the HMV store at Robson and Burrard in Vancouver sparked a bunch of Twitter commentary, including me giving a short version of this soapbox rant. Basically, it comes down to the chains ceased to be relevant years ago when instead of maintaining a broad stock they became […]