Can you get nostalgia from a license plate? [more inside]
A Rob Ford-inspired tune from the earlier days of Crackgate [more inside]
A sub-2-minute garage-pop type of deal [more inside]
Acoustic tune for this month's challenge [more inside]
A guitar, a buzzing tube amp, a me. Some clapping. From a new collection of songs called Cake Dome, written and recorded entirely in the 29 days of February, 2012. I made a video, which you can watch on Vimeo or YouTube.
A song about our favourite morally dodgy chemistry teacher [more inside]
I'm—helloo, umm, hello. I'm hello to you, uhh, bonnie. And, uhh. . . Rosie. I'm—I'm happy to you. [more inside]
Normal For Once work-in-progress mix [more inside]
Normal For Once in Toronto [more inside]
Written last year for the sole purpose of having an easy, super-poppy song to learn to play the crappy used drum kit I had just bought in Kensington Market. This song wanted to go in a Beatle-y direction, but sadly I think it came out sounding more like The Oneders. It is what it is.
In Toronto, around February/March, being at home with kids 24/7 can make an embittered ex-film student feel sorry for himself.