i released a new album, falling down, this past wednesday. it is currently rolling out to all major streaming sites.
as i did with up, up, and away, i’ve taken past monday songs and created a continuous musical experience, “the broken road to open wide.” it’s a meditation on love and surrender, a soundtrack to the uncertain journey from loss to acceptance.
since some platforms and devices insert space between songs, i’ve created a single continuous track below to give the full experience.
i hope to have more to share in the coming weeks and months.
it’s nice to be back.
After a two year absence, I’ve moved my feature-length video to Vimeo, making it available again after various issues with the other video platform.
The movie accompanies the album “Up, Up and Away,” whose eighteen songs chronicle the emotional rollercoaster of a manic episode that landed me in the hospital in 1999. The video juxtaposes my songs with classics of manic cinema.
i made this video for elizabeth warren, my choice for president since the debacle in 2016.
“electability” is a code word for “men are only comfortable voting for a man.” if you need proof of misogyny in this country, just point at most men’s inability to see that warren is the only candidate with a resume that includes the kind of work that will be necessary in cleaning up after trump. Continue reading ““20/20 vision (let there be light)””
i completed this video in early 2019, but never posted it on monday songs, as far as i can recall. this was one of the more intensive edits that i’ve done for a video, but the results made the work well worth it.
Continue reading ““trump: explained” (feb. 2019)”
i released this video for trump’s inauguration, the song was done some weeks earlier. i’m no nostrodamus, but my predictions were proven to be right on the money. the video doesn’t do much visually, but the bridge section makes it worth a full view, including early positivity about 2020. Continue reading ““king con” (jan. 2017)”
i released this video during my billie burke estate phase in anticipation of the 2006 midterms. i believe the bad faith of the GOP these past fourteen years have more than justified the tone of this video.
happy birthday martin luther king!
this tune was originally released as a monday underground video to ring in the new year in 2016.
and today it serves equally well as a goodbye to the monday songs project.
any future tracks will show up at my soundcloud account.
thanks for listening.
originally released as a monday underground video on march, 30. 2015.
here’s an instrumental track that originally accompanied my monday underground video from february 23, 2015.