Good news for folks who love keeping time and weird-but-twee things: 2016 Intergalactic Pin-up Calendars are now available! They feature copies of my hand-drawn artwork portraying 12 hypothetical creatures from beyond our galaxy! Prints are full color on glossy paper with comb binding.
You can currently find them on my Bandcamp merch page or at live shows. I’m currently looking into selling them at local consignment shops as well. If you’d like to sell these in your store, email me at drsomethingmusic “at” gmail “dot” com.
My new EP, Tomorrow’s Just Fiction, is now available on Bandcamp. I’m very proud of how the arrangements and recordings turned out and am very excited to share this with all of you. It features Mike Chastain on drums and was mastered by Adam Gonsalves at Telegraph Mastering.
There will also be a release show and concurrent cassette release happening on the evening of Friday, June 12, at The Waypost, featuring an audio/visual Dr. Something performance as well as music from Bone & Bell and Youngest of Elders (SF).
It’s great to see the video for Play Fair PDX, a group working toward fair pay and labor practices for Portland Parks and Rec workers, getting some press. The video was produced by my friend Judith Pulman, animated by my friend (and All I Feel Is Yes bandmate) Mike Chastain of Umami Media, and features art by comics artist Hazel Newlevant and my song “Life Inside.”
See the Portland Mercury’s coverage here:
My friend Jason Ferris was kind enough to record some video at the album release show at The Waypost on 1/3/15. Here are some of his recordings. Also, don’t forget to catch me at The Waypost tomorrow (2/14, aka Valentine’s Day), accompanied by Mike Chastain on drums. I will be sharing the stage with Nikki ‘N’ The Pathos and Bedroom Microphone.
Spirit Duplicator performing “Edge Detector”
Thanks to all who came out to the cassette release show last weekend at The Waypost! And special thanks to Bri Pruett, Jacob Anderson (a.k.a. Spirit Duplicator), Mike Chastain, The Puppettes (Amy Baxter, Erika Garlock and Christie Welsh), and The Waypost for making it all possible!
My friend Jason Ferris also made some very nice video recordings of the show. I’ll be posting some of them soon.
Also, if you would like to buy a copy Puppies Are Nature’s Rainbows while also supporting some of Portland’s finest record stores, you can now get it at Beacon Sound (3636 N Mississippi) and Mississippi Records (5202 N Albina), and it will be available soon at Music Millennium (3158 E Burnside).