“Destroyers & Makers” available for pre-order

My new six-song EP, Destroyers & Makers is available for pre-order! When you pre-order, you get to download the first single “Logicians” immediately, and we’ll send you an email reminder to download the rest on the release date, May 5.

“Logicians” debuting on The Local Show on 89.3 The Current

“Logicians,” the single from my upcoming EP Destroyers & Makers is debuting on 89.3 The Current tonight! Tune into The Local Show–hosted by the inimitable David Campbell every Sunday–from 6 to 8 p.m. to check it out. Destroyers & Makers is a six-song digital EP that will be available for pre-order on April 1, and […]

Forever Sucks

The last six weeks have been amazing, exciting, terrifying, and grounding. I won’t bore anyone with the details, but It took a really scary step to initiate, and it’s prompted an enormous amount of self-reflection that was long overdue. There are a million faux-epiphanies that can take place when one takes risks and manages to […]

Very much alive!

Hi all, So, I kinda ducked my site of the internet for a few months, thinking I was going to do some: – migration to a non-SOPA-supporting hosting service that supports MySQL databases used by WordPress – upgrade some security stuff so that I don’t get weird code-spam that messes with search engine results – […]

Oh What’s Up, Black History Month?!

After two years of being pretty immersed in biological science, I serendipitously found myself in a modern Chinese history course, consisting of about 8 Chinese and 2 American graduate students, all of whom have pretty fascinating topics. One of the more interesting topics comes from an American Studies PhD student, looking at the history of […]

Dr. King’s Refrigerator

Having children definitely has changed my perception of some of America’s traditional holidays; still teetering somewhere between atheism and agnosticism, Christmas with a 13-month old generated some newly-enjoyable moments this past year via the ultimately benign and campy myth of Santa. And who needs overt consumerism when wrapping paper and boxes are the most entertaining […]