I've been remiss about updating this space for various reasons (did someone say pandemic burnout? Maybe), so here's a rundown of my most recent publications. I wrote some blurbs for virtual shows including NoiseFest back in October and Richard Muñoz-Moore’s art show Dystopia. I especially enjoyed the images that came from Dystopia as they really... Continue Reading →
I recently learned about CHRCH while covering their impending (now current) West Coast tour. If you like esoteric doom metal, this band might be right up your alley. Learn more in my recent TUBE. Magazine article.
One of the perks of writing for a music magazine is listening to albums early like I did with Drug Apts' Clean Living Under Difficult Circumstances. If you like jarring psychedelic garage punk, learn more about the album and the band's touring schedule in my new TUBE. Magazine article.
Kim Myatt's darkly fascinating work really popped out at me when I was scrolling through the #portfolioday feed on Twitter late last year. I'm so happy to feature them and their work in this week's Creators to Watch.
Often, my WILT subjects are people I've never met or spoken to before our interview. So it was an awesome change of pace to talk to my old boss/coworker from college Kyle Monhollen. I feel like I learned more about him in this interview than I did working with him for three years, which tells... Continue Reading →
I meant to post this last week but I recently got a full-time corporate day job and am adjusting to the schedule. However, that doesn't mean I am not absolutely bowled over by the lovely illustrations of Serena Malyon. Learn more about her and her work in last week's edition of TUBE. Magazine's Creators To... Continue Reading →
One of the great things about the internet is the variety of wonderful artists you can find on it such as this week's Creator to Watch, Art Twink, with their unabashedly queer, non-binary, and racially diverse imagery. Learn more about them and their art in my new TUBE. Magazine article.
The watercolor creepiness of Isabella Ragazzi's work really draws the viewer in. And if you like creepy, her silent comic The Crooked Man is full of it. Learn more about her in my TUBE. Magazine article.