Monthly Archive:: March 2011
For the past year, I've been in the unique position of introducing new music to an unassuming audience of bar patrons, some of whom are very warm and receptive to my choices, and others who consider it
With more than 3500 miles traveled and a day off for good behavior (and to recuperate from getting sick on the last day of the trip), I've returned to the blog to issue one final entry on
After more than 24 hours of driving and three days of little sleep and poor diet, Sinai has finally arrived in Austin, Texas for the South By Southwest Festival. Once we arrived, the band and crew settled
After 24 hours of technology dead zones, the SXSW liveblog is finally back. I hope you'll continue to join me on this long, strange trip. Thank you.
After a very exciting and VERY long first day yesterday, today we get to the business of music. Click the link below to continue on this interesting and unusual journey on which I currently find myself.
The trip is officially underway! Click the link below to follow the drive in somewhat (and ridiculous) real time.
Like my own Manifest Destiny, I'm about to head west and embark on a new adventure to promote myself and learn a few new things about this business of music. Join me, won't you?
In the last few weeks, I've been talking about passion projects, empowering yourself through the countless DIY options out there, and being open to new possibilities in general. Today, I want to talk about ideas and dreams.
I often find myself engaged in conversation about the double-edged swords that are Do-It-Yourself enterprises: I love them for the fulfillment they offer, I hate them because, inevitably even some of the best ideas come out homogenized