Pulp Fiction – Mrs. Mia Wallace

“I’ll be down in two shakes of a lamb’s tail.” Mia Wallace: Don’t you hate that? Vincent: What? Mia: Uncomfortable silences. Why do we feel it’s necessary to yak about bullshit in order to be comfortable? Vincent: I don’t know. That’s a good question. Mia: That’s when you know you’ve found somebody special. When you […]


A musical culture began to take shape amid the unrest of Great Britain during the mid-1970’s, spreading like wildfire in a drought. With the emergence of bands like the Sex Pistols and the Clash, the punk rock movement sparked a nihilistic ethos and a new sound that would change the imperialist island’s musical landscape forever. […]

Not A Paperweight

During my formative through coming of age years my little universe was always and only as limited as the variety of my personal music library. This insight was first observed and expressed to me with positive reinforcement by my younger brother via one of his 2nd grade art class projects when i was in the 6th grade. One day he came home and set what looked like an interesting steampunk-ish paperweight on my desk in front of me while i was drawing and listening to some probably collectible vinyl of my parents.

Butterfly: a Video Playlist/Preface

The complete unfinished first season of the Butterfly series webisodes from 2006… before webisodes had lonelygirl popularity. The series ended for no reason, after being green lit for 3 web seasons, and getting DGA support at the  height of our limited popularity, with fans writing in daily requesting more content stat… i just hope the […]

Who is Sesaluna?

Ses. The perfectly imperfect yours truly.

Why Sesaluna? Why, I’m pleased as punch you asked! My default cyber persona originates from a 1993 children’s book, “Stellaluna.” Essentially a modern, more relevant and far superior re-telling of ‘The Ugly Duckling’, it’s authenticity-centric theme is punctuated by endearing lessons on friendship and acceptance – of both ourselves and others.