Hurricane Coming is out now!

It’s finally here!! My fifth full-length album, Hurricane Coming, has arrived on this earth and it’s ready for you.

I also created original artwork for each song on the album – find out more about the visual art component of this project at: SONGS ON CANVAS SHAPED BY CRAFT.

Thanks to the team of musicians and engineers who worked on this: producer, musician, and engineer Joel Schwartz, session musicians Mark Mariash, Devon Henderson, Scott Galloway, Sarah Hiltz, and Peter Stone, recording engineers at The Canterbury Music Company – Jeremy Darby and Julian Decorte, mixing engineer James Bunton, and mastering engineer Sage Kim. Thanks to graphic designer Amy Campbell for making my paintings look good on CDs and postcards.

Thanks to the crowdfunders, the pre-orderers, the cheerleaders.
Thanks to the Canada Council for the Arts.

We did it! Hurricane Coming is HERE!

Songs on canvas shaped by craft – Ghost Town

GHOST TOWN artwork inspired by DATA BLANKETS: The scenery stretches out in strips of purple and yellow. The next town is more than just a stop on the road, more than its census reports and construction surveys. The people we meet are more than just our first impressions. It takes empathy and curiosity to seek out their stories and make a deeper connection. I often feel self-conscious when I’m on the road, like I’m an outsider who doesn’t fit in, and everyone around me can see it. It’s tempting to put up walls when encountering an unfamiliar face, but a bit of kindness can go a long way in creating space for acceptance and understanding between strangers. Data blankets are the perfect combination of nerdy science and cozy textiles. They depict temperature changes or sleep patterns as crocheted or knitted rows of coloured yarn. Stringing stories together. 

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