Pylon Radio Episode #10


Hey all! Had to take a little break to focus near the end of semester, but Pylon Radio is BACK today with Episode #10. Had a really great time producing this one, and I hope you enjoy it. Wasn’t sure what to include as the cover for this episode, so please enjoy this photo of my garden!

Featuring new music by Paperwave.

Pylon Radio Episode #9



Hey all, little late getting this episode uploaded. As it was her birthday on the original day of broadcast, I dedicate this weeks episode to my beautiful and amazing girlfriend, Courtney Adams! If you ever doubted that the future is black/indigenous… please bow down to your future queen. Our spawn shall reign 10,000 years!

Photo credit to Madyson Adams.
Lots to talk about on this weeks episode, aka further rants on police violence ahoy!

Featuring new music by King Raam.

As mentioned in the episode, King Raam’s new podcast.

People calling into LAPD

The best call, by far.

Pylon Radio Episode #8

Hello everybody, after taking a week off we are BACK. Sooo… how’s everyone feeling about the impending revolution for global equity? Let me know in the comments. Lots to talk about this week. Featuring new music by Freelance Flint.

(Cover photo by Ruth Fremson, The New York Times)

Places you can donate:

Megadoc with links to bail funds for various cities:

The Black Resilience Fund:


Know Your Rights Camp:

Equal Justice Initiative:

Unicorn Riot:


Places to stream whats going on:

(Cover photo by Ruth Fremson, The New York Times)

Essays by Black Authors:

Pylon Radio Episode #2

Pylon Radio is back on the air! Home at it’s brand new time – Tuesdays @ 12pm (noon) PST. Had a lot of fun this week, playing more local music than the first round, as well as the usual punk / experimental section. Hope ya’ll enjoyed it! If you have any song requests you’d like to hear on air, please reach out to me at

Stay safe, see ya’ll next week.

Another Log on the Fire


Earlier this morning Bernie Sanders dropped out of the 2020 presidential race.

Another log tossed on this dumpster fire of a year.

Its tempting to feel depressed, given whats going on in the world.

Sometimes it feels like its never going to get better.

But you know what they say,

“If you’re going through Hell… Keep going.”

It is going to get better.

You and I are going to make it better.

By teaching our children (and each other).

By supporting young leaders.

And focusing on the people and ideas we LOVE.

Instead of leaders who feed on fear and hatred.