Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Flairs - Truckers Delight


Thursday, December 3, 2009

Monday, November 30, 2009

Eigenharp, i think someone in the cantina played this...

Check out the eigenharp, a pretty neat usb controller that features a bunch of buttons, some touch strips, and a breath controller. Too bad it looks to only use proprietary software. But its still in alpha release so maybe they will open it up to some other more common software. Either way maybe those middle school oboe lessons weren't a complete waste.

Monday, November 23, 2009

All that button mashing and lost quarters can be some good use...

This DIY controller features 16 arcade style buttons and LEDs to create a nice little MIDI contoller. I say you should mic it too, and have a sweet clicky click click solo of the buttons. Next gen from these guys will add 2 little joysticks. DjTechTools

Mother Butter Hawk

Monday, November 16, 2009

24hr mix iPhone app

Phillipe Starcke, international rock-star designer, released a free app where its 24 hours of music, voices and sounds. I love when there's new ways to create environment using new technologies. More info and link to d/l @ Soundwalk.

Sunday, November 8, 2009

Saturday, November 7, 2009

Tenori-On now in orange flavor!

Yamaha is releasing the Tenori-on with orange instead of white LEDs a little cheaper because it wont run on batteries and doesnt have the LEDs in the back for the maximo showmanship.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Stylophone Beatbox, might be worth $25

Check out the stylophone beatbox, loaded up with samples of some famous beatboxes and a few other fun functions, it just might be worth the $25.50 price tag.

Thursday, October 8, 2009


I saw this product ($7), which I find quite amusing....

And it reminded me of one of the best music videos of all time, the Soft Pink Truth - Promofunk.

The Soft Pink Truth "Promofunk" from Ryan Junell on Vimeo.

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Speaking piano

Some Austrians using computers and a real piano make analog synthesized speech. Basically they have an actuator over every key on a piano, and they figured out how to use a computer to control the set up such that a series of keys pressed together in certain ways creates speech. The voice kind of scares me, but the choice of a little boy would do that.

More at gizmodo

Sunday, October 4, 2009

Dancecult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture

Dancecult is a peer reviewed journal within the subject of electronic dance culture. With articles such as the riveting: IDM as a "Minor" Literature: The Treatment of Cultural and Musical Norms by "Intelligent Dance Music" by Ramzy Alwakeel

Friday, October 2, 2009

Novation grid controller, yet another monome clone

Novation is shipping in the beginning of November their version of the monome. Whats nice about it is that its designed with Abelton's Live in mind. With a $200 price tag it seems like it might be good for someone who has been thinking of trying one of these controllers out to give it a whirl. Check out the video below and more info @ create digital music.

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Sweet Reaktor Patch and Jimmy Edgar interview

Check it out a circuitree records!

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Korg microSAMPLER

The Korg microSAMPLER is almost awesome. Its got a bunch of great sampler features, and I do like the keyboard and that It can run for a few hours on half a dozen AA batteries. But what sucks is that there's no vocoder, suprising since it has elements of the KAOSS pad, and a built in mic like the venerable microKORG. Retail around $700.

Sunday, September 13, 2009



Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Calle Ocho


<a href="http://ftpp.bandcamp.com/album/phil-spectator">The Gumball by Total Fucking Pizza Party</a>


Total Fucking Pizza Party


<a href="http://ftpp.bandcamp.com/album/phil-spectator">The Gumball by Total Fucking Pizza Party</a>




<a href="http://ftpp.bandcamp.com/album/phil-spectator">The Gumball by Total Fucking Pizza Party</a>

Friday, September 4, 2009

I am T-Pain

Ever wish you had a legit auto-tune in your pocket? I know I sure have! Well, if you own and iPhone you can download the app I am T-Pain where it is preloaded with auto-tune karaoke versions of some songs where it records and auto-tunes in real time. Pretty awesome for $3 if you ask me .

Saturday, August 29, 2009

Innovative Theremin CD case

Moldover had a new cd out that has a circuit board in the cd case that has a theremin with speaker, headphone jack and led build in. Pretty neat, check out the video to learn more.

Thursday, August 27, 2009

Interview with Caural!

New Caural Interview up on the blog.

Monday, August 24, 2009

The best lego stop motion you might see today

This might very well be one of the best and most interesting lego stop motion videos I've seen. Also its got a kickin chip tune.

Circuitree Blog Poppin'

hey friends,

Not to take away from all the great posts here, but I wanted to let you know that we have revamped our blog and it is looking really smoove. Check in later this week for an exclusive new Caural interview. Also peep the free Junc Ops download!

Much love from the Circuitree fam!

Sunday, August 16, 2009

Friday, August 14, 2009

In other news...squirrels are cute

This picture makes me laugh, from Nat. Geo website

My husband and I were exploring Lake Minnewanka in Banff National Park-Canada when we stopped for a timed picture of the two of us. We had our camera set up on some rocks and were getting ready to take the picture when this curious little ground squirrel appeared, became intriqued with the sound of the focusing camera and popped right into our shot!


Wednesday, August 12, 2009


Take a bunch of hot chicks, some smart guys from the Royal College of Art over in Britain, add in a relatively egotistical dance musician, and you get a synthesizer triggered by humans, not in your normal way. Watch the video for more.

Friday, August 7, 2009

Snacks and Shit

Check out the hilarious blog Snacks and Shit, a blog dedicated to the ridiculous lyrics of hip hop and rap songs. They take lyrics, and interpret them literally, hilarity ensues.

"No room service just snacks and shit."
- Jay-Z, Hey Papi

Honestly, this sounds more like something my dad would say. "Remember, no ordering room service. It's too expensive. Plus, I brought snacks."

Thursday, August 6, 2009

Sonic Charge Synplant


Synplant is a software synthesizer with a genetic approach to sound creation. Instead of creating patches the conventional way by turning dials and knobs, Synplant lets you explore a world of organic sounds by planting seeds that grow into synth patches.


Once you are ready to get your hands dirty and dig deeper into the anatomy of Synplant you will have the option to crack open your sound seeds and modify their underlying genetic code.


The purpose of this product is to move focus away from the sometimes intricate and difficult process of sound synthesis and instead let you develop sounds by simply using your ears. You will find that creating synth patches with Synplant will be as easy as listening and deciding what you like and then having the sounds evolve in the directions you desire.

Although Synplant is exceedingly easy to use, whatever you do, do not let its relative simplicity fool you. Beneath its straightforward and playful interface you will find a versatile synthesizer of the utmost quality with lots of character.


Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Check out this HTML5 Canvas and Audio website


It has a nice visual and is manipulated by your mouse. Click on the homepage to display different tweets (on Twitter) that talk about the website.

Sticky Light, an amazing interactive sound piece

The Sticky Light is a pretty impressive interactive sound piece. I don't even know what to say, watch the video then if you want to know more you can go to the site.

Friday, July 31, 2009


If you're like me you tap your shoes a lot. Well now you can put it to some good use. A piezo-electric generator in shoes? A chair that counts calories? Nope... A midi controller with sensors embedded into the heel and toe. Complete with a How to so you can do it too!

BeatSneaks - Musical Shoes from Tom Hobson on Vimeo.

Thursday, July 30, 2009

Add some analog warmth to your favorite room

Check out these lamps made from recycled cassette tapes from ooomydesign. Pretty neat, I dunno if they sell them here in the U.S. but worth checking out. As a designer I won't say you might be able do this at home, support the industry.

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Major Lazer

If you like M.I.A. you might like Major Lazer, a sort of reggae/dance hall with awesome visuals in this video. Also his album is called "Guns Don't Kill People... Lazers Do"

Monday, July 27, 2009

the foods free

Friday, July 17, 2009

Telefon Tel Aviv coming to LA, Sept 25

Joshua Eustis, the remaining half of Telefon, and Fredo Nogueira will be joining forces to tour around the U.S. They already toured Europe in late Spring, now they're coming here, so show some support.

They're playing at Spaceland. I expect this show to sell out. Tickets are *NOT* on sale yet, but I will let you know immediately when they are.

A little note from Joshua - apparently the Medical Examiner ruled inconclusively, meaning "there was not enough evidence to indicate" that it was suicide. "It very well could've been an accident and that's what the Medical Examiner thinks at this time."

Update: Tickets go on sale tomorrow at noon (Sat, July 18th). [Link]


Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Akai's answer to the Korg Nano

Disappointed with the Korg Nano's keyboard? Well Akai just released an answer called the LPK25 (ooooh yeah sexxy name scheme) additionally they have the LPD8 which features 8 pads and 8 knobs. Slightly bigger than the Nano, but still pretty small, these might have better performance. We won't know till reviews start hitting the world.



Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Dali and Disney Collab

Back in 1945 Disney and Dali collaborated on an animated short. The film was not completed until 2003, its pretty trippy.

Create music....WITH YOUR BRAINS!

Some scientists at Trinity College have basically made a midi controller that hooks into an MRI. Then the different synapses firing make different noises to make a sort of nice ambient track. Check it out.

Thursday, July 2, 2009

Little Boots

You might remember the spectacular cover of Hot Chip's Ready for the Floor that Jasmin posted like a year ago. Back then the video had a few hits and little boots had even fewer videos. Well whoever said this internet thing can't start a music career was wrong. After seeing some of her videos online a TV show in the UK brought her on to perform, now shes got a record out. And had an entire episode of Last Call with Carson Daly last night dedicated to her, apparently the UK media is calling her the savior of Pop music, basically shes destined to be a hit, and its hot when she says "tenori-on".

So does the cataBlog have what it takes to make stars? You should go buy some music and try.

Tuesday, June 30, 2009

OTTO beat slicer

No not that Otto. OTTO is a real time tangible interface for slicing up beats on the fly. Via USB and Max/MSP this touch sensitive disk allows you to move around in the sample, reverse and pause, there might be more but I cant tell. Check out the video and link for more info.

Monday, June 29, 2009

I know the jimmy fallon show in general sucks....

One of the benefits of Jimmy Fallon taking over Conan's old show is that he managed to convince The Roots to be his band. I honestly watch to see who the musical guest is and if they are playing with The Roots, and to fill the commercial breaks of Craig Ferguson. Anyways, on Friday Erykah Badu sat in with the band to do Michael Jackson covers, before taping they recorded cover of I Wanna Be Where You Are. ?uestlove shared up the link via twitter, and I share it here with you, its pretty great.

Friday, June 26, 2009

How'd he do it?

We all know that Michael Jackson was a beast. One of the tricks he had up his sleve was the smooth criminal move, when he and other dancers would lean past 45 degrees and not fall over. I remember as a kid trying and falling a few times, and watching the videos and looking for lines or some way they would hold them up. Then seeing it done live I couldn't believe it could be done in a concert. If you watch this video you can see a clue as to how its done if you watch the foot of the guy on the right (if you dont want to sit through the awesomeness fast forward to 3:50ish).

If you want to see how its done click here to read how its done, unless you want to keep the illusion alive, its pretty ingenious.

Friday, June 19, 2009

TouchOSC on your phone

Available on the iPhone, iTouch. Soon on Android and other touch devices.


Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Livid's Ohm64 Controller

Been thinking of buying an APC40, but dont like all the shitty DRM type stuff they do (only works with live, only works with real apc40s...) and want to have somthing thats actually made of wood!? Well check out the Livid Ohm64 its pretty simmilar in price and functionality, actually has more functionality, check out the full overview at create digital music.

Friday, May 29, 2009

Sugarpill Mix

My friend DJ. Sugarpill just dropped a new mix featuring a track of mine next to a number of my favs! Cop it here

1. Prefuse73 - DEC. Machine Funk All ERA's
2. EPROM - 64 Bytes (ill.gates Remix feat Meesha and Mat the Alien)
3. Subvert - Dance Revolution
4. TV on the Radio - Red Dress (THE GLITCH MOB Remix)
5. Eliot Lipp - 3-Sentinel
6. Heyoka - The Way Of The Blue Towel
7. Machinedrum - Jelly Jelly
8. nosajthing - Coat of Arms
9. Ghislain Poirier - CloseTheNews
10. Graintable - Lost Frost
11. Glitchy & Scratchy - Brain Saw-1
12. THE NEW LAW - An Old Acqu
13. Eprom - Sqratchedizzle
14. Mr. Oizo - Monday Massacre
15. Cepia - Ithaca
16. crackwhore - LDN (South Rakkas Crack Whore Ri
17. rustie - cafe de phresh instrumental
18. Kraddy - Android Porn
19. Metaphor - One Pulse
20. Vibesquad - Blaze them Trees
21. NastyNasty - totalshortage
22. Mochipet - Spring (feat. Daedelus)
23. An-ten-nae - Excursions In Acid
24. siriusimo - minirock
25. Wake - a and an
26. Holland - elektrik blanket - a trip through the ghost woods
27. Chris Clark - See See
28. Truckasauras - Fak!!!
29. Spank Rock - Bump (Liver Remix)
30. Bassnectar - Art of Revolution (6Blocc Remix)
31. Sugarpill & Knozark - Post a Damn Thang
32. Lean Wit It (Lazer Sword Turbo Taxin Remix)
33. Bitches (South Rakkas Crew Remix)
34. Mimosa - Lullabyte
35. knozark - TANLGE 3
36. PG-13 is Panther God_ Filmix
37. Cyrusrex - Wibble_Caps (Cevin Key 420 Wibblr Mix)
38. mochipet - slimm_thug-boss_hog_on_candy 2
39. Squarepusher- Do You Know Squarepusher

Thursday, May 28, 2009

International Dance Party

International Dance Party is a pretty badass project. What starts off as looking like your run of the mill black roadcase has a few sensors in it. And as you start to dance near it, it opens up and plays dance music. According to how much you dance the music changes and morphs according to what you do. Pretty sweet if you ask me, check out the website for more info.

Saturday, May 16, 2009

New Warp Release, badass video ensues

Harmonic 313 is releasing a new record on Warp, check out this pretty awesome remix track with a pretty awesome video. From Sixty40 who made the video:

"The video for Battlestar is shot stereoscopically, flicking between each eye's view every frame. It tells the story of a deceivingly small binocular spaceship that comes to earth to decimate an unsuspecting b-boy in order to reproduce and conquer the universe."

If your epileptic you might not want to watch this one.

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

What happend to Four Tet?

Kieran Hebden, a.k.a. Four Tet has been collabing with Steve Ried, a very awesome Jazz Drummer, they put out an album and have been touring. check out the video interview with Kieran for more.

Monday, May 11, 2009

Saturday, May 9, 2009

Thursday, May 7, 2009

Trimpin Documentary

Trimpin, the world renowned sculptor/musician/inventor, has a documentary about him out. I know that at least 2 times in my life I was inspired/amazed by his work. I think that Wake even did something with him as a kid, but I could be completely wrong. Click on the video to see other clips over at the vimeo site.

the sound of invention from Peter Esmonde on Vimeo.

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

four tet + burial = badass

ISO50 (Scott Hansen aka Tycho) blog posted the two tracks from the collaboration of Four Tet & Burial. I'm really diggin' the first track.

Have a listen here.

Percussa AudioCube

Percussa AudioCubes - An Introduction from percussa on Vimeo.

There are a lot of custom or really expensive tangible audio controllers that have been designed, but percussa has figured out how to work the kinks out of thier AudioCube enough to bring it to market. Nothing spectacular, but for $300 its limiting, although it does bridge that gap of having fun with toys and making music.

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Zebra Video

Hello Catablog! This is The Rider at Dawn. Please enjoy the video for Zebra. Also, look out for my record. I'm polishing up my tracks now and it it'll be ready soon.


Friday, April 24, 2009

ron winter jam session

this is about a month old, but fun as hell if you're bored. don't break your keyboard. you've been warned.


Tuesday, April 21, 2009

A taste of n.o.

Some of you may know that I've been living in Louisiana for the last few years, and my friend showed me this video (he's friends with the cameraman) that I think has a little flavor of Louisiana in it, "You know you're in New Orleans when the cameraman can play better than you..." (please don't say naaaawlins)

Friday, April 10, 2009

Is that a DJ in your pocket?

The Pacemaker
is a pocket sized DJ system, through the touch pad you can do all the djing stuff you want, with 2 tracks, you can output to headphones and have a line out so you can do some proper beat matching. It has a built in 120gig hard drive that plays AAC (i guess you can use your downloads from the itunes store?) The only place I see you can get it right now is from their store $699.

Balloon Pilot Video

Thursday, April 9, 2009

Monday, April 6, 2009

Thursday, April 2, 2009


teenage engineering op-1 - battery powered synth

Operator-1 is a portable, battery powered synthesizer. It has the following features:

*OLED display
*Built-in synthesizers
*Virtual analog style
*String synthesis
*Pull space synthesis
*Sampler (e.g., drum, radio)
*Built-in sequencer

Available beginning next year, 2010.


Saturday, March 28, 2009

Stereo Memory Man with Hazarai Pedal

This may be old news to you but the fine people at electro-harmonix have released a new looping pedal. This not your average bear, it has many built in effects filters and the capability to use 8 user programable presets. And since the effects have nice little knobs it should be pretty fun. Street Price $215

Monday, March 16, 2009

Sound Advice

While this group is designed to create bracelets that are for telling your kids to not use drugs, its still pretty neat. I might have to rip this off and make my own.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Sunday, March 8, 2009


Check out this really neat project by Kutiman.

What they did is they made an entire album out of clips sourced from the youtube. Its a pretty neat visual of all these clips that singularly are pretty lame, but together they work well. I particularly like track 1, mostly because it features my boy purdie and a thermin solo by a man with a mullet. But they are all pretty good.

Thursday, March 5, 2009

More Themselves Leaked!

the second in the series!:
the last one was awesome!

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Analyzing the click track

The Music Machinery blog wrote a little program to analyze drummers to see whether or not they used click tracks to keep the drums on time. Lots of nice charts, including the compiled one below, the crazy one is of course Bonham.

Reminder: Ghostly Int'l show this Sunday

More info here

Camel car protection

Tuesday, March 3, 2009


Ever have a desire to own your favorite synth recreated tiny, fuzzy and cute? Well check out Pul(sew)width. Basically a little outfit from Austriala that can make thoes dreams come true. Check out the Flickr gallery, or buy some from the Etsy Store, custom jorbs are available.

Themselves Free Mixtape

Yesterday, Themselves leaked a 15 minute section of their new mixtape. It's fucking awesome and features Aesop Rock, Busdriver, and Why? and Odd Nosdam (a.k.a. cLOUDDEAD).

Get her here

Monday, March 2, 2009

Early Chigago House Mix.

Yay! Cool Webstores for the people

Hello everyone,

check out this new webstore "bandcamp.com"
You can post and sell you music and it looks good too!

Check out my page:

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Moderat = Modeselektor + Apparat, May 22nd @ Paramount Lot

Another sick show! If you haven't heard the album yet, find it/buy it!

This show is light years away from now, but I will post more details on how to get tickets when I find out and where the hell Paramount Lot is located (other than somewhere in Hollywood)


Chinese Bluegrass

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Four Tet & Jon Hopkins playing at The Echo, Mar 20th

For you Four Tet & Jon Hopkins lovers, they're playing at The Echo, March 20th.

Tickets available here (but I'm sure you can get them at the door).

Matt's New Favorite Song!

Monday, February 23, 2009

Friday, February 20, 2009

Jimmy Edgar music + tilt shift video = awesome

Check out this video, featruring music by Jimmy Edgar. Using the tilt shift technique to make the real world seem a lot smaller.

Fire (Jimmy Edgar Remix) from Erik West on Vimeo.

Thursday, February 19, 2009

Dream team...of sorts....

Do you like Chali 2Na,Z-Trip, Gift of Gab and David Byrne?
Do you like Marcel Dzama?

If you said yes, then watch the video, a collaboration between all of theses artists to make a track and video.

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

BUGlab's BUGsound

Check out this little speaker with some embedded hardware. Its a small speaker, amp and mic, then it has 4 mini stereo jacks on it, and then you can program it to do stuff. Pretty neat little package.


Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Monday, February 16, 2009

Sunday, February 15, 2009

Saturday, February 14, 2009

The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion

Ghostly Int'l 10 Year Anniversary Show with Lusine, Tycho, Eliot Lipp, and more

Yo, it's been a while since I posted here. Hope everyone is having a great new year. Ghostly International is having their 10 year anniversary shows in SF and in LA. The one in SF is on March 6th @ Mezzanine. More info here.

The LA show is on March 8th at Jimmy's Lounge in Hollywood. Here's the sick line-up:

Michna with Raw Paw (Live)
Tycho (Live)
The Sight Below (Live)
Lusine (Live)
Kate Simko (Live)
Deru (Live)
Eliot Lipp (Live)

... and more TBA

Tickets are $10. You can grab it in advanced here. This should be a great night.

Update: It starts at 2pm and it's 21+, sorry for folks under.
Update2: Also forgot to mention FREE Red Stripe beer (while supplies last). That should be worth $10 right there.

Friday, February 13, 2009

Monday, February 9, 2009

Open Source 8-Bit Console...with Midi In

You can find more info about the project here.
Build it yourself, code it in C and Midi In some chip tune bliss, now who doesn't want one?

Friday, February 6, 2009

Inside Electro-Harmonix

Check out this video, inside the electro-harmonix factory/lab, my kind of manufactuer. If you don't want to watch that one, watch the second one for some awesome electro-harmonix funky bass courtesy of none other than bootsy who said..

"Effects are a communication from your brain waves to the air waves between those two holes in your head, so laws and rules do not apply. You can say anything without your ol’ lady taking the remote."

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Monday, February 2, 2009

Saturday, January 31, 2009


feelin' kinda funky

If you like funk, and who doesn't, and want to see some of the funkiest bass solo action watch big tony pop and slap with more than his hands.

Monday, January 26, 2009

Sunday, January 25, 2009

Radiohead Aniboom

What happens when radiohead asks the internet for their next video? Well the idea was that people would submit storyboards, they would make the best ones and award $10k to the winner. Well thom and the boys were so impressed they awarded four, $10k awards to four really impressive animated videos. Enjoy.

Saturday, January 24, 2009

junc ops opened for Venetian Snares

The crowd were indifferent. we thought we killed it. v snares fans want to mosh and didnt realize that so do we. hehe.

Friday, January 23, 2009

Anticon Artists on Tour.

Here are some links and here and here.

Monday, January 19, 2009

Saturday, January 17, 2009

Samples Samples everywhere...

...so let's all have a drink.

Cyberworm's Sample Blog

Thanks to PG-13 for showing this to me.


Thursday, January 15, 2009

Buraka Som Sistema

Man, these guys are off the hook - for those of you who don't know them, you may have heard the track they did with Bonde Do Role: Marina Gasolina. 

Saturday, January 10, 2009

Friday, January 9, 2009



Thursday, January 8, 2009

Sid Player Iphone App!

"Sid Player brings you the sound of the Commodore C64 to your iPhone and the iPod Touch. Enjoy game classics such as 'Commando', 'Arkanoid', 'The last V8' or listen to the music of 'Rob Hubbard', 'Martin Galway', and many others.

Sid Player gives you access to the High Voltage Sid Collection (HVSC) consisting of over 33.000 songs from 1125 authors. Thanks to the unique sound aesthetics, Sid music is now considered an art of its own and there's a constant flow of new creations.

A Sid file occupies only few kbytes, thus you can quickly download C64 music via EDGE or UMTS and listen for hours. The search function enables you to find your favourites in a blink."

Download from itunes here.

Wednesday, January 7, 2009






Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Need a new disc for your Optigan?

A couple of guys who have a passion for the Optigan have figured out how to produce their own replacement disc for the unique synthesizer.

If you don't know what the optigan is, basically Mattel (yes the barbie people) designed a method of using cellulose sheets that optically have the sounds "programmed" into them, instead of using chips, use x-ray sheets. Pretty novel, very unique, pretty much failed because chips got faster and easier to program.

Anyways, check out the blog, they are offering a pre-order of the discs for $93. Here's the video they posted so you can see one of these machines of musical history up and running.

Monday, January 5, 2009

Rough Rider

Audio Damage gives us a pretty neat-o compressor for free.


Saturday, January 3, 2009

Aurest - "Fleau"

Fleau, a Mini-Album/Digital EP by a catalog semi-kraut wunderkind named Wyatt Keusch is now available for purchase HERE

Thursday, January 1, 2009