• HR Moments.

    All Guitared Up with Nowhere to Go.

    Sunday, July 14, 2019 Nicole’s Birthday. Bastille Day. It’s been an eventful few days. Suffice it to say that we’re making rather exciting progress! Angie and I had an abbreviated session on Friday night and it is abundantly clear that when our time comes to return to the stage, it will be a hell of a show. We recorded a brief snippet of “Fade into the Disconnect” on my cell phone, overdriving my phone’s mic (only to later discover that my phone is so advanced that I could have set the mic to record at loud volumes – live and learn, I guess). There’s a piece to the tune that…

  • Wrecka Stow.

    The more you try to erase me, the more that I appear.

    What follows is a series of text messages. No records were harmed in the compiling of this list. Monday, June 24, 2019 Christopher: When everyone gets a moment, I would like to know everyone’s Top Records. I would like to write a blog entry. 🙂 Angie: How many should we pick? Christopher: However many you like. I was gonna list ten, but that’s just me. Nicole: Will compile. Do you want reasoning or just a straight list? Christopher: Follow your heart. I will post whatever you want me to post. Munki: Lol. I went to look on spotify for albums and they had already compiled a list of my most…

  • Sisters.

    A Boy and his Munki

    We met Chris Moore in July of 2014. Our bassist had disappeared three months prior, right before a record-release event, and though a good friend was able to sit in with us, we knew we needed a longer term solution. After three months of putting feelers out, our manager-woman at the time mentioned, “Oh, I know somebody!” during a rehearsal session. “When were you going to tell us?” About a week later, Chris walked into our lives. For what it’s worth, I don’t think I’ve used the name, “Chris”, in reference to this carbon-based person since 2014. I like giving people nicknames because I think it’s fun – though I…

  • Rambling, fumbling.

    Renew, revive.

    It’s crazy to see a whole new dot com for the group… or any dot com, for that matter. I’m getting used to it just like you are, and I like it! Kudos to Angela for getting this thing started. It’s rebuilding time around here, and I feel a sense of renewal. It’s a time for optimism, and measured movement; so long as all of the movement is forward, every step, no matter how small, is crucial. Integral. I had an exchange recently that encapsulates it best: “Reassembling my pedalboard is acknowledgment that I still have some sort of belief in this. I am effectively gearing up for war.”“I love…