Saturday, my pal Tiffany and I went to the world famous International Festival-Institute at Round Top. I have heard amazing things about this place, but until I actually made it out there, I had no idea. I really can’t really explain what is so amazing about it. I think this first soundseeing tour captures our awe with the place quite well. We arrived early, so we did some exploration on our own.
If you can, listen to this episode with headphones on.
livejournal voice posts from the highway
Experience-Sweet Billy Pilgrim
My new Podcast at Podcaster News, The Velvet Voice. First episode out on Monday.
Blizzard of ’78-Ida
A failed attempt to play a promo for The Flatus Show
Flown Free-Over the Rhine
Activism 101: Tuskegee with Bicyclemark
I will be doing a podcast for the Central City Co-op. Look for more news in the next couple of weeks.
Listen for how to win this weeks contest, the prize? A Wow and Flutter DVD autographed by writer/director, Gary Lundgren
Listen to the Worst Music You’ve Ever Heard Podcast. NOW!
Falling Hard for the Girl by Lanky.
Interview/discussion with my pal JW Richard about race, the death penalty, and podcasting.
Derek Etnyre won the autographed Black Math Experiment CD. CONGRATS!
Special musical dedication for JW.
I seem to have taken leave of my senses at the end of this show. Please forgive.
KEEP the e-mails and comments coming! I love to hear from you guys!
This has got to be my favorite interview yet, and my first in “studio” interview. My favorite Houston band: The Black Math Experiment. Talking about their new release Fake Words and Signs from Space, their upcoming gig with Nina Hagen, and what it’s like to be an “über-pretentious, derivative, and utterly shitty pose-rock band.”
A new 100 Word Story by Laurence Simon
An interview with my friend Chris, a Gay Catholic, who explains how he is able to reconcile his spirituality with the Church’s stance on Homosexuality. My apologies for coughing all the way through the interview.
Special Paste Magazine Giveaway.
Every Hour Here-The Innocence Mission
We ride our bikes
around the circle in the cemetery,
I wave up to You on the Cross.
Am I to come upon You suddenly like this forever?
Happy, relieved that You are here
and I can see You, I can feel You?
You are like the ticket-half
I find inside the pocket of
my old leaf-raking coat.
There all the time, all the while,
I so often seem to leave You
and other islands.
And on my beads
where I can see You, I can feel You.
I take the ticket-half
and put it on the table, saying,
This is God
and He’s here through my comings
and my goings.
But I walk past the ticket-half,
I walk past the ticket-half.
I walk past the ticket-half
just as I’ve walked past the Cross on our wall.
Our self-importance grows so dazzling we don’t see
But Gentle Jesus, aren’t You always,
aren’t You every hour here?