4th Quarter Report*

2015 was an interesting year. It didn't start out as such, but then I didn't yet know my life would change by its closure. But more about that later... The Streets of Redwood City I found myself in the bay area on business back in late October. Even managed to hook up with an uncle … Continue reading 4th Quarter Report*

Dam-Funk @ The Casbah

A month ago today, Dâm-Funk rocked The Casbah. It was the first day of the tour, which I later found out would coincide with the release of his new album Invite The Light. His last solo full-length of new material was also his debut, 2009's massive Toeachizown. Firmly grounded in electronic funk, it used g-funk, … Continue reading Dam-Funk @ The Casbah

RAG017: Summer 2015

Radio AG Episode 017Winter 2015 Coming at you in the last possible moment... here's a mix for the end of summer! Smack in the middle of a heatwave, you wouldn't know it to look outside. Sometimes, you've gotta heat it up in order to cool it back down. Listen Now The Parallax Sound Lab Radio … Continue reading RAG017: Summer 2015

Parallax Moves

It's been a long time since I last posted, but only because I've been waiting to transport everything to a new location: here. The Parallax Room has now become Parallax Moves, while our plans for the former will be revealed sometime in the future. It's been a busy month and a half, with myriad projects … Continue reading Parallax Moves

One Year In The Jungle

The Jungle record came out a year ago today. It's crept up on me in a big way over the course of that year. At first I almost heard past it — pleasant enough, I suppose — but as much as I casually dug the record, I hadn't yet totally succumbed to it's brilliance. Then Sari took me to … Continue reading One Year In The Jungle

Woebot Returns

I get an email today telling me that It's back with an image of a T-800 staring back at me. It's from Woebot, announcing that his blog has reanimated. This is the man (bot?) that inspired me to start writing about music in the first place — tuning me into loads of great music in the process — so … Continue reading Woebot Returns

Music Music

Gary Bartz Music Is My Sanctuary Columbia Over at Blissout,1 Simon Reynolds had been compiling a whole brace of songs about music (the joy of, etc.) over the last month or so. I kept expecting this one to crop up from some quarter, but it never did and I'd thought everyone had moved onto other … Continue reading Music Music