Trying out a new jingle-jangle. Still trying to figure out where and how I can mount it with my tambourine. Which means I like it. #drums #percussion #ribboncrasher

Being productive today. Really trying to get better at playing entire songs. #drums #slingerland #vintage #practice

Happy 4 Less Fingers of July! #fireworks #4thofjuly

Going back to when I got my drivers license. #editors #music

Sorry I can’t hear you. #mastodon #newmusic #fuckyeah

June 21 is Go Skateboarding Day. So go skateboard or sum’n. #goskateboardingday #skateboard #summer

I’m in a Nicolas Winding Refn movie. #rain #night #drive

This has dug it’s way into my brain since first listen. For 99 cents you should check it out. It only hurts for a second. #music #odesza #electronic #recommendations


"Matthew Weiner came to me and said, “Bobby, I want to talk to you… You’re going to pass away in this episode. I’m sorry.” I said, “I perfectly understand.” And he said, “By the way, I’ve always wanted to have you sing. That’s what I remember you from, all your Broadway and theater days. When I hired you, always, in the back of my mind, I wanted you to sing a song, but there was never a place to do it.” And then he came up with this idea. He said, “I am going to make you come back in the last shot in the picture and sing a song to Don.” [Morse sings] “The moon belongs to everyone. The best things in life are free.” They had this wonderful choreographer, Mary Ann Kellogg, whom I knew very well, and hired four or five beautiful dancers who would play secretaries… I dance with them and also sing to Don, and it’s a whole production. I went and learned the song, and I went into the studio and we recorded it with a huge orchestra. Then we rehearsed it on the set for a couple of days, away from everybody else. Nobody knew what was going on… It was just a lovely way, a sweet way, for dear Matt to send me off.” - Robert Morse.

Haven’t looked up in a while. #sunset #cloudporn #rural