http://www.kristianday.com/ftproot/podcasts/parallelroads/Parallel_Roads_Podcast_E2.4_Adjust_Your_Tracking.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download This winter I have been spending a lot of time cleaning my home both physically and digitally. I am a pack rat in many different ways as I have collected so much stuff from past movies, commercials, and of course from my own personal hobbies. On the   Read More …

A fun game to play with your advance music friends is “How Many Merzbow Albums Do You Have?” Japanese artist, Masami Akita, has released nearly 800 to 900 albums under the Merzbow name since 1979. He began using broken equipment to record cassette tapes of experimental music. He has evolved over the years from a   Read More …

Between being a theater owner and a film festival programmer I have to spend more time than I would prefer researching films to book. It has become such a numbing task that I normally don’t even want to watch the films by the time they arrive. It has made it so I very rarely want to   Read More …

About three years ago I was rummaging through the 7inch vinyl section at Record Collector in Iowa City, IA. I love spending time going through their bins of random releases both new and old. In one trip I picked up a number of horror punk and rockabilly/psychobilly recordings. Most of these bands I had never heard   Read More …

Back in September I was asked to speak at the 2014 Fairfield Cultural Alliance Celebration Gala on November 11th. I said yes thinking that November was really far away. Fast Forward To The Afternoon of November 10th… I am working overnights in Marshalltown, Iowa (about an hour from Des Moines). We were shooting a live   Read More …

http://www.kristianday.com/ftproot/podcasts/parallelroads/Parallel_Roads_Podcast_E1.3_Veterans_Day_2014.mp3.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download It was October 20th, 2014 when I was out with a small film crew at the Trestle Bridge in Madrid, Iowa. We hauled our equipment a half mile from the van to the bridge. We took some shots for about 30 minutes before we thought that we   Read More …

Belle de Jour (1967/R) Directed by Louis Bunuel Nineteen sixties eroticism? Well, I never met a “Belle” I didn’t like. Catherine Deneuve plays a young new wife who can’t bring herself to be intimate with her new husband (played by Jean Sorel). The film starts out with the couple riding a horse drawn carriage with two   Read More …

Things happen fast in today’s modern world. Last Sunday I was thinking to myself, “I would love to get back into the horror scene again.” On Tuesday, Marcus Koch (100 Tears / Rot) messages me on the old Facebook and asks if I had any music ready to go that could be used in the first   Read More …

http://www.kristianday.com/ftproot/podcasts/parallelroads/Parallel_Roads_Podcast_E1.2_Birthday_Party_2014.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download What do Sir Laurence Olivier (Hamlet / Henry V) and Pablo Picasso have to do with my birthday party? Keep reading… Turning 29 seems like it should feel different. Most people would see themselves as “racing towards thirty” or thinking “Oh my god! Life is passing me   Read More …

http://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/16148492/Parallel_Roads_Podcast_E1.1_Mark_Kneeskern.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download I am both pleased and saddened that I am offering the first episode of the Parallel Roads Podcast. The excitement is that the interview is with one of the most inspiring men of Americana, Mike “Eyeball” Kneeskern. He is an artist, musician, author, and has been hitchhiking   Read More …

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