Showing posts from January, 2012

Make More Noise 002

The second installment of MAKE MORE NOISE with Sachi Subterranean on KXSC . Feeling tinged blue, put together a playlist with soulful lady singers in honor of Etta James life and recent passing. Dig a range of noises from indie lo-fi from the new Cloud Nothings album, Attack On Memory , to the 3Ms of jazz: Miles, Monk and Mingus. Enjoy mightily, dear listeners! And remember, tune in Tuesdays 12 to 2pm PST to hear Sachi Subterranean live. Make More Noise 002 by Orsosachisays on Mixcloud Playlist One For My Baby (And One More For The Road) - Etta James Walking After Midnight - Patsy Cline All I Want - Joni Mitchell School Days - Loudon Wainwright III Martha - Rufus Wainwright Don't Forget - Martha Wainwright Le Temps De L'amour - Francoise Hardy My Kids - Beeline Our Plans - Cloud Nothings Crazy/Forever - Japandroids Young Heart - Fast Years Into Black - Blouse Ethanopium - Dengue Fever Cannibal Courtship - Dengue Fever Uku - Dengue Fever Frelon Brun - Miles Davis II B.S. - C

Great Sand Dunes (Pt. 2)

The second set of Holga 120 TLR photos taken at Great Sand Dunes National Park this past December. These 'scapes remain imprinted on my folds of my brain. They've made such an impression upon me that I still think of them constantly. If these photos struck something deep inside you, please peruse Great Sand Dunes Pt. 1 , or generally browse the Photography section of this fine interweb publication.

Make More Noise 001

Official, live, and direct! MAKE MORE NOISE with Sachi Subterranean will be on the KXSC airways each and every Tuesday this semester from noon to 2pm PST. Tune in for new music makers, ticket giveaways, and good times. If you miss a show, don't fret. Recordings of each episode will be posted on this fine interweb publication a week after they air. Make More Noise 001 by Orsosachisays on Mixcloud Playlist Radio Freq (Clean Version) – Dead Prez Award Tour – A Tribe Called Quest Blood Soaked Syllables – Avant-Garde The Light – Common Floetic – Floetry Me, Myself & I – De La Soul People Everyday – Arrested Development New York Is Killing Me – Gil Scott-Heron Tao Of Now – Saul Williams Alphabet Aerobics – Blackalicious Action Satisfaction – Jurassic 5 Runnin’ – The Pharcyde Your Love Is Calling My Name – The War On Drugs Rip It Up – Orange Juice Echoes – Washed Out Space Is Only Noise If You Can See – Nicolas Jaar The Lemon Of Pink – The Books In The Dirt – S.Carey Winters Love

Great Sand Dunes (Pt. 1)

Went to Great Sand Dunes National Park over the break to see the highest sand dunes in North America, over 700 feet high. I've traveled far and wide across this great continent, but these dunes defied comparison to anything I've ever seen before. Surreal inner and outer journeys were embarked upon, and my humble Holga 120 TRL tried to distill some essence of the trip. Snow on sand for miles with westward peaks standing sentinel guard. I think the Holy Mountain maybe found by the pure of heart in these parts.

Four Corners

Took a trip to the four corners area last month, the a less traveled terrain of mesas and ponies and canyons where Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, and Utah meet. Went to Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado, and Canyon De Chelly National Monument in the Navajo Nation. Since it was the off season, tourists were sparse, the wind was biting, and icy banks of snow transformed the vistas more frequently captured in the heatwaves of summer. Full series of photography from both Mesa Verde and Canyon De Chelly will be posted sometime next month.

More Maps Than Books

Three photos from various trips along the Pacific Coast Highway, and a portrait of my best friend, Cricket, taken at Thumb Butte in Arizona. All were taken with my Holga 120 TRL, scanned, and touched up digitally. However, the double exposures, light leaks, and grain are all analog original. If your enjoying these dreamy wistful scapes, stay tuned for more otherworlds captured on film, or perhaps kill some time perusing the Photography section of this fine interwebz publication.


Photos taken on various summertime adventures to Delaware beaches, lakes in Maine, and Nova Scotia. I used my trusty Holga 120 TLR and Fujicolor Pro, ISO 400 film. Just got 4 rolls developed, color and B&W, so keep an eye out for updates, if you like what you see. For the stories behind these photos, read Back On The Road (Pt. 8) .