Authentically, Intentionally, Energy-Cognizant, and No Bullshit: Eric Reed Plays the Song of Himself
Andrew Hamlin talks to pianist Eric Reed about being a queer son of a preacher man jazz cat.
“Sweeney Todd”: A Pie For a Pie Truth to Find; or, All The Things We Got By Now Sewing Pathos to the Grand Guignol
Andrew Hamlin watches Sweeney Todd.
Hokku from Andrew Hamlin.
Addicted to Noise: An Interview with Michael Goldberg
Michael Goldberg talks to Andrew Hamlin about his collected essays in Addicted to Noise.
Rengamania from Andrew Hamlin.
Can You (Who?) Never Tell? RJ Smith on Chuck Berry
Andrew Hamlin talks with RJ Smith about his new biography of the great Chuck Berry.
One Who Can Only Find His Way By Moonlight: Dream Journal, December 2022
Until your dreams come true. Nocturnal submissions from Andrew Hamlin.
Countdown to Yuletide: Musings on Vince Guaraldi’s A Charlie Brown Christmas, Now with More Christmas Glitzy
On the jazzier side of things, Andrew Hamlin listens to the seasonal delight of Vince Guaraldi.
Music in a Dead Dog’s Eyeball: An Interview with Kathy “K” McCarty
Kathy McCarty talks about Glass Eye, Daniel Johnston, and all things related and sequential. Andrew Hamlin listens.
Christine McVie Remembered In Five Songs I (For The Most Part) Don’t See/Hear The Punters Talking About…
Andrew Hamlin delivers the eulogy in sound for the late Christine McVie.
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