Our set at Submersible Cocktail, with projections by Chantal deFelice and Jason Philips. J’adore!

An Ng cover by Princess Pangolin

Video for Princess Pangolin’s “Spiral Suit.” Shot at the Salton Sea, mostly on Super 8.

We shot the video for “Spiral Suit” out at the Salton Sea. West shore, Salton Sea Beach to be specific. The band and the crew were amazingly tolerant of this amazing yet olfactorily offensive locale. Footage to come soon.

I love my Polaroid! This is me & my beloved pack film Polaroid. Analog fun for everyone. Photo was taken by my friend Julie Patterson on my old Lubitel TLR.

I love my Polaroid! This is me & my beloved pack film Polaroid. Analog fun for everyone. Photo was taken by my friend Julie Patterson on my old Lubitel TLR.

Front cover of the new album. Proud to say I took the medium format film photo for my vinyl album. Analog domination!

Front cover of the new album. Proud to say I took the medium format film photo for my vinyl album. Analog domination!

Limited edition vinyl pop-up gatefold album. We did this, because we’re crazy. Sane people release mp3s. Instead, I spent about 6 hours gluing together the art for 20 records. Someone remind me next time…
     It’s an edition of 100 records. 20 are gone, so 80 left in the world.

Limited edition vinyl pop-up gatefold album. We did this, because we’re crazy. Sane people release mp3s. Instead, I spent about 6 hours gluing together the art for 20 records. Someone remind me next time…

     It’s an edition of 100 records. 20 are gone, so 80 left in the world.

Listen to A Message from the Sea by Princess Pangolin.

We’ve launched a kickstarter campaign to help us put the new record on out vinyl. The audio is finished! We just need a little extra help to press it and get some pop-up book-type art for the gatefold record sleeves. It’s gonna be niiiiiice. Pledge and collect your tasty reward here:

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1065425011/princess-pangolins-new-record-on-vinyl-w-pop-up-ar

Recognize this pose, anybody? Thanks to Julie Patterson for taking the lovely photo. You can see more of her work here http://juliepatterson.com/.

Recognize this pose, anybody? Thanks to Julie Patterson for taking the lovely photo. You can see more of her work here http://juliepatterson.com/.

An anachronistic, joyfully sad folk rocker from Los Angeles has some suggestions to make.