• 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…