Sunday, January 29, 2012

Library Thing

Anyone use this? Seems interesting. Book lists, reviews, discussion, ties to local events... My reading list is evolving, and this might be a good direction. Anything better out there?

Monday, January 23, 2012

Sh*t Roadies Say

I won't keep doing this. But this is a good one.

Harrison Hollow Protected!

Kudos to the Land Trust of the Treasure Valley for coordinating the effort, gathering funds, and doing the hard work toward purchasing Harrison Hollow. And congrats to us, because now it's ours. Now the fun part--figuring out how it'll be used for years to come.

Sunday, January 22, 2012


This is exciting. A new EP from Matthew Dear. Not based on remixes of songs from his last album, either. New stuff. And it's good--slowed down a bit, slinkier than hard driving, but really good beats and melodies.

Friday, January 20, 2012

Sh*t Mixologists Say

I bet these things run their course in about a minute, but this one's pretty funny. Good to laugh at ourselves.

Friday, January 13, 2012

Happy Friday

Hope to see you here tonight!

Thursday, January 12, 2012

Range Life: Extended Version

Hello out there in 2012 land. I've been away from this blog a bit, again, but that's gonna change, again. There are changes afoot, and the one that I want to alert y'all to first is that Range Life, on RadioBoise, is going long.

Starting in 2 weeks, on January 30, we'll be going 3 hours instead of 2. That means I'm on 8 to 11pm every Monday.

While this may not seem like such a big deal, it really will impact the playlists, along with the arc and general tone of the show. I get to stretch out a bit now, play more of the instrumental music and longer tracks that so often get bumped when I'm in the control room trying to cram everything I want to play into 2 measly hours.

Hopefully, this also means more thought about new music and trends in music and in what I'm interested in and listening to, which, again hopefully, means more words here about music. More of the actual dancing about the actual architecture.

So, stick around. Tune in, log in, hold me to it. I think this is going to be good.