Aural Gravy Records—San Diego’s School of Rock
So here’s something I wrote for the publicationNo Cover.They said I’d get paid $5.00 for this but it never happened. I’m still waiting on my $5.00, No Cover. Plus the other fiver you owe me for my other article I wrote all the way back in May 2011. Anyways, this is about a local record label started by a UCSD professor that has some rad bands signed to it. They’ve been...
I like when the OB Rag publishes my stuff →
Power In Numbers →
Here’s an article I wrote for empowersandiego.org about the imporance of educating citizens and politicians alike on the budget in San Diego.
The Passion of Jim Ward
It’s evident when a musician has passion for what they do—you can hear it in their music and see it in the effort they put into their career. For Jim Ward, the music of El Paso, Texas fuels his unstoppable career. Evidence of the passion of Jim Ward can be found in the music of his bands Sleepercar, Sparta, his artist resource website Tembloroso Creative Lab, the bars and venues he’s opened...
"Get Open", San Diego
San Diegans DJs and musicians who are serious about their music move away to bigger cities like San Francisco and Los Angeles to try and “make it” because San Diego just isn’t cutting it for them. The pace of these cities is faster, there are more venues and more people involved in their music scenes—it’s basically any musician’s dream. The calmness of San Diego is appealing but does this...