Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Show Tonight!

Ladies and Gentlemen,

I am delighted to announce RyRock (for who I play electric drums) will be performing with Wounded Lion, Lamps, and Intelligence on Tuesday (today), December 30th, at 9pm. Start your New Years celebrations a day early with this once in a lifetime event! Hope to see you there.

316 W. 2nd St.
Los Angeles,


band order:


sorry this is late in the game.

Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Upcoming Performances

I am performing at two different events within the next five days.

First up, this Saturday (December 6th), I will be performing within Martin Kersels' retrospective Heavy Weight Champion at the Santa Monica Museum of Art at Bergamot Station. I will be performing with George Geiger and Anthony Rodriguez on Martin's piece "Rickety," which is a stage held up by various pieces of furniture. We will be going on between 1 and 2pm (probably towards 2), so you will still have time to have a Saturday afterward (unless you stay for the rest of the performances which go until 5, I believe).

Second, on Monday, December 8th, I will be performing a collaborative music piece made with the new programming language called ChucK. It is a collaboration with Roger Marcello (Bucc Rogerz), and starts at 8pm in the Roy O. Disney hall at CalArts (24700 McBean Parkway, Valencia, CA, 91355).

See you there, or not.

Also, I have a wish list on amazon if you want to buy me presents.

Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Hydra Head shirt

I drew a picture for Hydra Head test press sleeves, and now it is on a shirt that you can buy here. It is pretty awesome, see?

Also, I cannot believe how long I went without posting on here. I'm sure there is more stuff I could tell you, but if you are reading this, then you probably read too many blog posts as it is.

Saturday, February 2, 2008

Towards the end of the road trip

The road trip movie is nearing completion, tentatively titled Wherever We Happen To Be. Rough cut is done, clocking in at 93 minutes. I'll trim a few things, adjust some sound, add a little music here and there, polish the credits, and that should be the end. It's a lot better than I expected. Meaning it is not the most boring, retarded, oblique, garbage cellphone-quality video ever produced, which is what I sometimes thought was going to come out of all this. No, it's entertaining and hopefully a little ingenious. School is starting. Snap.