Pigeon Toes

A Salty song. It’s not really aimed at anyone, just a composite of the “anima”. This was recorded in my garage in Pacifica- the street I live on is extremely noisy with planes flying overhead (we live near the SF airport) and people speeding down the street. Somehow I managed to capture the song in … Continue reading Pigeon Toes


Listening to Takeshi “Goh” Nakamura’s debut album, Daylight Savings is not unlike falling in love for the first time. It’s bemusing, sweet, and a little clumsy in moments, but pricelessly charming in spite of itself. You hope it never ends. Nakamura, a Bay Area native, successfully marries earnest and bemusing lyrics with catchy refrains and … Continue reading Review#2

They say that travel broadens the mind

“I’ve been wading through all this unbelievable junk and wondering if I should’ve given the world to the mokeys…” -Elvis Costello from “God’s Comic” The Mocha Monkey aka Jay Jao that is… Jay was kind enough to document the last gig visually. Click on “jay’s week” then you’ll find a link for Feb 17. I … Continue reading They say that travel broadens the mind