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December 28, 2014

enter sun


friends,

 

as 2014 draws to a close, our final podcast of the year is here. episode 429 opens with a beautiful new song from kris hauch, followed by some thoughts and a few new demos from me. i hope you'll listen, and (if you haven't already) invite you to discover the links to kris' band (norway house) below:


- norway house on soundcloud

- norway house on bandcamp

- norway house on facebook

 

sincere thank you's for being here. here's to more in 2015!

 

love,

russell

December 21, 2014

kris-mas with kris (part two)


friends,

 

part two of the 2014 annual kris-mas with kris series of podcasts (episode 428) is here! this week continues where episode 427 left off, and features more songs and stories from kris hauch's musical chronology. tonight focuses on the latter portion of kris' career, and is most-definitely worth a listen. i hope you'll download/stream and enjoy!

 

i wish a warm christmas holiday to all, and send my repeated sincere thanks to kris for sharing his time and music with me. it makes me very happy that you're here.

 

don't forget the links:

- to norway house on soundcloud

- to norway house on bandcamp

- to norway house on facebook

 

truly,

russell

December 14, 2014

kris-mas with kris (part one)


friends,

 

episode 427 is here, and brings us part one of our annual kris-mas-with-kris holiday celebration! kris hauch has been kind enough to drop by, share songs, and tell stories from his musical chronology. it's a fun discussion, with lots of great music. unfortunately, tonight's segment only takes us through the first hour, but stay tuned - next week's conclusion (ep 428) will be here soon!

 

many sincere thanks go out to kris for his generosity, and to you for being here.

 

links:

- norway house on soundcloud

- norway house on bandcamp

- norway house on facebook


happy holidays to all. i hope you'll listen!

 

love,
russell

December 07, 2014

embracing defeat


friends,

 

this week's podcast is here, if a bit stream-of-consciousness-y. i realize i've rambled on about similar themes often, and fear that episode 426 may not add much to the monologue. this is likely true. nonetheless, the theme of disappointment, and the practicalities of emotional survival amidst loss, feel important to explore somehow. even if imperfectly.

 

if any of this feels familiar, or important, to you too, i hope you'll listen.

 

love,
russell