My latest mix is called “The Angry Desert” - A soundtrack of dark moody country music fit for staring into a New Mexico desert storm.
My latest mix is called “Fooling Around" - soft global grooves suitable for coastal sunsets and lapping waves.
2016 is finally over. There are a lot of reasons for the world to be glad 2016 is over, but this is not a blog for that. I'll just keep it personal. And from a personal standpoint, 2016 was a pretty great year.
Below are some of my favorite shots from 2016:
My latest mix is called “Unicorns in Paradise" - A sonic ashram for the planetarium in your mind.
My latest mix is called “Am I Normal" - A set of futuristic grooves, like cave paintings from another planet.
My latest mix is called “Color Fantasy” - Twelve psychedelic pearls from North America and the UK, ideal for shortening days and full moons.
My latest mix is called "Man smart and woman smarter" - breezy calypso / caribbean tunes for the waning days of summer.
A couple of years ago I went to Joshua Tree for Thanksgiving. Ever since I've been addicted to the desert. It's what took me to Morocco and the Sahara as well as Death Valley. The high desert in particular is what I am drawn to. The combination of altitude and desert.
Over Labor Day, I took a trip to Taos which is located in northern New Mexico. Taos is at the edge of the Colorado Plateau and sits around 7,000 feet altitude. It rests just out side the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, the southernmost subrange of the Rocky Mountains.
This is a part of the country that requires much more time than just a holiday weekend.
My latest mix is called "Two Tall Mountains” - a double-rainbow of lysergic folk from all over the globe.
My latest mix is called "I'll Come Running.” Dusky psych-pop and folk for pensive summer nights.