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Speak Easy at Wild Goose Creative

Good Day, Roamers! Been a productive week, didn’t want to neglect my dear readers, so I’ve copied the transcript from my talk at the Speak Easy last night. Read more

A Perfect Saturday

Pictorial round-up of a damn fine Saturday with minimal irreverent commentary.

I greet the morning bright-eyed, full of vigor slightly hung-over with a pinch of unwarranted guilt. Marti and I head to Olde Town East to hit up The Angry Baker (LINK) for coffee and a super duper early breakfast! brunch.

[Please enjoy the sweet sounds of the Two Man Gentlemen Band while reading – [‘Please don’t water it down’ – off new album ‘Two At A Time’]

Soon enough, Cockroach.

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Bonjour, Lune: Air Flies to the Moon Again. eyeball...ouch.

I’ve been a fan of the French duo; Air (Nicholas Godin and Jean-Benoit Dunckel) since hearing ‘La Femme d’Argent’ from their groundbreaking debut, Moon Safari (1998). Air purveys tranquil, cinematic landscapes fusing spatial electro-chill-pop with influences from  predecessors like the iconic French crooner; Serge Gainsbourg, synth-Roi; Jean Michel Jarre, with pinches of German minimalists; Kraftwerk. This meld of past and future has become the staple on albums like the stunning Talkie WalkiePocket Symphony, and what I consider the duo’s masterpiece – the experimental, complex, and quasi-conceptual – 10,000 Hz Legend.   Read more

Highbanks Metropark

Mother Nature has been quite the tease this week, giving Columbus empty hopes of an early Spring in the form of 70+ degree weather. Before Ma Nature could pull the proverbial plug by creating a forty-degree drop in temperature, sending panicked, leaky-sinus induced riots to the psuedoephedrine  section at the local pharmacies, I decided to take advantage of the weather, and hike at Highbanks Metroparks. Read more