December 2018

We're playing Treefort Music Fest in Boise this year! They have one more artist announcement, so I'll wait to post the line up until then. In the mean time, visit:

We leave Christmas night to track a new album in a cabin and garage just outside of Yosemite.
We've been working on it for about a month, making demos, writing parts, taking notes and asking engineer friends for advice. Very excited to work on this, and then to share that work with y'all. I am excited about the songs on this one, and I think it will be a good addition to the family. More info soon, and if you'd like to participate somehow reach out.


The night before solstice, we decided to leave the lights off all night, to let the dark in to the house. There are a lot of bedrooms in the world where it's never dark. Sometimes it's from LED lights inside the room, sometimes it's street lights from outside, sometimes you just live in a bright place and there isn't darkness anymore. No matter where you are, there used to be darkness there, but lightbulbs have really changed the game. They're everywhere.
I think it's important to let the night settle in, and to exist inside of it. I played banjo in the dark, and then listened to records. I think we shun our sense of sound in general, and maybe the ability to see at all times contributes to that.
Leave the lights off one of these nights, I really enjoyed it.


1 2/3 cup Irish Whiskey
1 cup heavy cream
14 ounce can of sweetened condensed milk
2 tablespoon chocolate syrup
2 tablespoon cold coffee
2 teaspoon vanilla extract
Blend for 20 seconds or so.
Once blended, sip it by a fire and let it get in your mustache.

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