Music

things that penetrate the ears…

Making Rock Rock Again, Duh.

August 25, 2016

Santa Barbara Independent

Santa Barbara Independent

Finally someone gets it right, ‘making rock rock again.’ Killer article/interview with my band The DTEASE in this week’s issue of The Santa Barbara Independent. Pick it up! Read full piece here. Continue reading “Making Rock Rock Again, Duh.” »

The DTEASE 8/26

August 23, 2016

LIVE August 27, 2016

LIVE August 27, 2016

The most talked about show in Santa Barbara!

One night only The DTEASE w/Retrodemon.

Tickets on Sale Now!


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Good Enough for Album Covers

September 11, 2015

Get It While It's Hot

Get It While It’s Hot

Cate and Sam grace the cover of Battalion of Saint’s latest vinyl release.  These new tunes will be extra special due to what is on the outside: us. That’s right, amazingly talented artist Lee Ellingson, whom Sam and I have formed a very creative bond with via the internet, rendered us in the commissioned artwork.  Can you say punk rock?

Limited Edition Clear Vinyl

Limited Edition Clear Vinyl

Click here to read a recent feature from metallife.com on Battalion of Saint’s latest release as well as their upcoming tour schedule

Click here to purchase this masterpiece. Hurry this is limited addition, only 1,000 will be released, even less clear vinyl. Continue reading “Good Enough for Album Covers” »

I’ve Got To Break Free

October 9, 2014

Break Free

Break Free

The song I Want To Break Free by Queen sums up exactly how I feel right now…

I Want To Break Free

I Want To Break Free

In other news, did you know, this video was banned by MTV, among other stations, in 1984 due to the “content” which was actually a spoof on a British soap opera and misinterpreted by/in the US as something “obscene?”  The ban was lifted in 1991 by VH1 when they aired the video during a special devoted to Queen hosted by guitarist Brian May called My Generation.  The song was written by bassist John Deacon and played at most of their live performances.  Despite the video block, the song never took quite as well in the States as it did in other places when released.  Where it was loved and the video laughed within the UK, the song took on “new” meanings of freedom from oppression in South America and South Africa.  I Want To Break Free was seen as an anthem in those parts for those combating oppression and when Freddie Mercury took the stage in 1985 at a show in Rio de Janeiro in a wig and falsies, the crowd threw rocks at him, not wanting their sacred hymn to be disgraced.  Understanding yet still puzzled, Mercury removed the female parts which calmed the “Queen church goers.”

…about my own personal life.
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The DTEASE Fuck The World To Death, Again

September 18, 2014

Glam Bitch On The Mic

Glam Bitch On The Mic

Sweet little video I edited up from The DTEASE show in Ventura, CA this past Friday September 12th.  Footage thanks to Ingrid Luna who agreed to film with my camera (and keep it safe) without hesitation.

The DTEASE

The DTEASE

Glamage
Glamage

     The new song “Fuck The World To Death” is about aliens coming down to Earth and well, fucking us humans to death.  It has a Plan 9 From Outer Space feel to it, except rays of cum shots don’t travel quite at the speed of light, thus make for a more graphic and slower climactic final destruction of Earth.  I’m hoping to incorporate some stage props and performance a la Ed Wood’s cleverly cheap and resulting goofy yet a more layered feel of depth.  I’ll let you know when I’m having a silver spray painting party of disposable party goods and you can help me hang them on fishing line.

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The Latest Musical Game Changer: The Seaboard

April 30, 2014

The Seaboard

The Seaboard

     The Seaboard is now leveling the playing field between the “at your fingertips” capability for sound manipulation utilizing pressure sensitivity of many traditional instruments and that of the keyboard.  The keys are all black and made entirely of rubber and allow for physical techniques unable to be rendered using a traditional yet limiting keyboard.  The continuous “board’ is pressure sensitive allowing the user to manually manipulate volume and timbre as well as effectively emphasize pitch.  Furthermore, the device is not limited to default presets for the Seaboard GRAND software allows for custom adjustment of them as well a complete creation Continue reading “The Latest Musical Game Changer: The Seaboard” »

Dammit Janet

March 12, 2014

Yep, that’s all I have to say, dammit.

Oh, and I love this movie more than life itself most days.

DTEASE Cum All Over San Luis Obispo

March 1, 2014

The DTEASE in SLO 3/1

The DTEASE in SLO 3/1

The DTEASE are about to pop their San Luis Obispo cherry as well of those of its inhabitants.  Mother F Bomb, from Paso Robles, will be beginning the night a.k.a. sex-rocking-shit-show for this free event.  So get make sure you get yours Continue reading “DTEASE Cum All Over San Luis Obispo” »

Killer Show Last Night in SB

February 24, 2014

If you were there, you know.  If you were not, here’s a taste.

The notorious Santa Barbara native Matt Armor and His Band followed by Portland’s finest outlaws Hopeless Jack & The Handsome Devil.


Stay tuned: there are talks of Hopeless Jack & The Handsome Devil once again gracing Santa Barbara’s stage in June.

Upcoming SB Show This Sunday

February 19, 2014

Hopeless Jack & The Handsome Devil and Matt Armor & His Band

Hopeless Jack & The Handsome Devil and Matt Armor & His Band

Hopeless Jack & The Handsome Devil and Matt Armor & His Band

This Sunday February 23, 2014, Electric SEX Enterprises will be presenting another fun filled rock ‘n’ roll shit show (the best kind) featuring our favorite terrorizing twosome, Portland’s own Hopeless Jack & the Handsome Devil.  These boys are quite possibly Continue reading “Upcoming SB Show This Sunday” »