Skylab Radio Charts

Trinity Quadrant Cantata” from Farewell, Doomed Planet! is #11 on Skylab Radio’s charts this week. Thanks for listening, and catch Skylab through the digital radio platform of your choice here.

Also, fun fact, the song is based on J.S. Bach’s Ich ruf zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ (BWV 177), which is also the closing song on Deerhoof’s excellent new album Future Teenage Cave Artists:

A themed Hypnagogue Podcast

This is fun–the newest Hypnagogue episode pairs up songs from the vast Hypnagogue database that have the same titles. Compare and contrast my “Departure” with Cryobiosis’s, along with seven other duos of name-matched songs. Plus, the music’s just good. Listen on the Hypnagogue website or below.

New FUNDERGROUND episode from YIKIS!

Go on a trip without leaving your house thanks to the new Funderground episode from Yeah I Know It Sucks. Features “Exclusion Zone Earth (Or, All Hail Chernobyl Wolves)” as well as so many of my favorites like HAWN, Xqui, Headboggle, Jude Montague, Petridisch, and Cloud Diameter. See the full tracklist on the Yeah I Know It Sucks website and listen on Mixcloud or below.

Trinity Quadrant Cantata on Dark Train

I’m catching up on three weeks (!) of Kate Bosworth’s wonderful Dark Train on Warminster Community Radio, and there’s “Trinity Quadrant Cantata” on episode 4 ❤️. Listen on Mixcloud or below, and catch her every Monday at 10pm London / 4pm CST (she also did a guest mix for Urban Mutant on Hollow Earth Radio that I’ve got bookmarked and can’t wait to hear).

Interview on Scratch My Brain

I had a great time chatting with friend and colleague Jeff Albert yesterday about gear, composing, Rice Krispies treats, and more on his recently reinvigorated podcast Scratch My Brain. And there’s a new track premiere from me! Check it out and then go buy some music from Breakfast for Dinner Records on this, the second day of benevolence from our supreme overlords at Bandcamp.