Click play below to listen to “U R a Machine” demo: Dear John Francis, Hello again my dear friend. And Happy New Year is in order, I reckon. I am finding it hard to believe that it has been since May 2018 already that I wrote you a letter with a song attached. This is outrageous, inexcusable, and just downright sad. Honestly though, since this … Continue reading U R a Machine
Dear John Francis, Now, it’s not every day you get the chance to say to your wife: “I wrote a new song about you, Babe.” You know this, Johnny. At the end of the day (a construct I am not a fan of, though it seems a little less cliche when speaking about an actual, lived marriage), it’s gotta be a net positive for … Continue reading I wrote a new song about you, Babe.
Dear John Francis, Hey friend, did you see I changed the sidebar so that instead of seeing a “song of the day,” you see “Faux Jean interviews fellow Duluthian Robert Zimmerman?” It’s basically a silly sound collage that I did as an assignment for my audio class at Madtown Tech. I also changed the video in the sidebar to a silly piece I did … Continue reading Not! a Rebel Song Minus Zero
• Dear John Francis, I am sitting in the waiting room at the hospital while my wife does Occupational Therapy, typing away on my new keyboard that hooks up to my iPad and acts as a protective case as well. In short, my tech game is on point. Also, I finally went down to the tech store and got the keyboard replaced for my iMac—the … Continue reading Dumb Donald’s Booty Jam
Original artwork by Quentin. Circa 5 or 6 years old. Continue reading Texas Hipster Pudding
March 2, 2018 • • Dear John Francis, About ten years ago, a nice man named Jason contacted me on this thing called MySpace and asked if I didn’t have any new songs I’d like to record, since he had a couple really nice microphones and guitars and several Terabytes of hard drive space and a sort of chalet slash studio overlooking the open prairie … Continue reading Undecided (In a World With Love)
Reflections on Duluth School District Curriculum Controversy Continue reading I don’t really hate literature