There’s Gotta Be A Better Way To Get Ice…

June 5, 2013

Get it. Cause it’s patently ridiculous – like the subject of cartoons and beer commercials kinda silly – to suggest doing some perilous expedition to bring back… The Last Ice Merchant (El Último Hielero) from Sandy Patch on Vimeo. Never mind.

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Blanc. Drawing A.

October 4, 2012

Listening to Mel Blanc is a long warm sip of grampa’s cough medicine. Anybody who’s ever done voice over work is in the shadow of his shadow. (I’m not sure what that means but, I figure it’s doubly dark.) If you want a short swig, you could just watch Mel machine gun an enrapt late [...]

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Stop-motion Sadness

October 4, 2011

The Neely Brothers just got their viral animation to series on Adult Swim. Revel in the symphony of sadness aka “China, IL”.

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Ep. 2 – “No Country For Gorilla P@$*#”

July 8, 2011

Working Title;  ”How ya like me now?” Canadian Radio Icon Alan Cross (host of long-running Ongoing History of New Music, creator/proprietor of ExploreMusic) wasn’t s’posed to get me a job. (We met years back and he was, in fact, super giving of his time and guidance with a show concept I was putting together) But it was pretty clear [...]

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Max And Mary

June 28, 2011

A few years ago, someone sent me letters from a 9 year-old version of myself;  each one an increasingly earnest plea to be rescued from a grade school gulag where I was being taunted and teased and having my lunch box stolen, peed in and promptly returned to me. My only outlet was to put [...]

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Ode On An X-Acto Knife

June 25, 2011

Yellowbirds singer/songwriter/sociopathic shut-in Sam Cohen hand-cut, collected and clicked 3,000 still frames to arrive at this home-spun collage. They say he has no fingerprints, keeps a real-time journal of his internal monologue and sleeps just six minutes at a time. Believe what you will. Not every song should endeavor to change your life but, safe [...]

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