Posts from the ‘music’ category

Spanish Moss: Music Meets Mobilization

After my article about putting the Heat on Chevron this summer got published this weekend in Yes Magazine and Common Dreams, I got a Facebook message…

Read article

Mariquitas y El Capitan: Of things small and large

When you’re living in a city it’s easy to get caught up in human creations. Almost everything I see and touch all day has been concocted…

Read article

Do I Need This?

…is the question I ask myself all the time. Living in times in which it often seems harder to avoid new stuff than to accumulate it,…

Read article

If Music Ruled the World…

Happy Solstice, everyone! The longest, most sunlight-filled day in the Northern Hemisphere feels like a good occasion to talk about visions. Visions by nature are somewhere…

Read article

Pedal Power to the Music People!

A couple of days ago the 6th annual Bicycle Music Festival, the largest 100% bicycle-powered music festival in the world, took place in San Francisco. Starting…

Read article

Street Art and its Role in Creating Ecocity Culture

…is the title of a presentation I will give at the upcoming Ecocity World Summit August 22-26 in Montréal, Canada. I just found out a few…

Read article

Swimming against the tide, smiling.

Everyday Sunshine – The Story of Fishbone A Documentary by Lev Anderson & Chris Metzler narrated by Laurence Fishburne currently screening in select theaters www.fishbonedocumentary.com Last…

Read article

You may say I’m a dreamer…

Well, with a fair amount of blushing I’ve got to share this little piece about . . . me. After all, it’s not every day you…

Read article

How street music is making the planet cooler

Information Is Not Knowledge… Knowledge Is Not Wisdom… Wisdom Is Not Truth… Truth Is Not Beauty… Beauty Is Not Love… Love Is Not Music… Music Is…

Read article

Astral Impressions

This was a lot of fun, giving astrology the playfulness it deserves. Last Friday, my band Chemystry Set performed Dancing on the Brink of the World…

Read article