Set List: Ampersands/Over and Over/The First Episode/Dark Passenger/Brakes/Kaleidoscope/Everything Counts^ ^Originally recorded by Depeche Mode, written by M.L. Gore (Grabbing Hands Music) Show Notes: This was my first public set since January, as the opening act for Skull Family from Jonesboro, … Continue reading Show Recap: 05.20.21 @ The Hi-Tone (Memphis TN)
Oh wow, being busy is actually great except when it comes to keeping everything up to date. There have been a lot of developments in MigraineRobotLand, and I owe you tons of posts. I’m going to be writing these up and linking them here, so watch this space. Basically, there are some awesome things afoot. Jack Continue reading A Lot of Backdating
The day has finally come, and “Blacklight” is now online in all its glory. BLINDCOPY is Jack Alberson: vocals, programmingCat Hall (Dissonance): vocalsCarl Marsh (Shriekback): guitars, background vocalsDan Milligan (The Joy Thieves): programming, guitarsXanthe Mumm (Lipstick Stains): voicemail screamsJ.D. Reager: synthesizerSapphira Vee: background vocalsChris Wilburn (Collapse of Dawn): guitars The single also features remixes from Ms. Vee, The Joy Thieves, ZJC, J.D. Reager (with special guest John Forbes), Arthhur, and a reimagined version by melodywhore with new vocals by Jack All sales on Bandcamp from this single will go to The Trevor Project:www.thetrevorproject.com My life has been shaped and enhanced … Continue reading Blindcopy’s “Blacklight” on Bandcamp NOW
Continuing my quest to “return to the scene of the crime”, I decided to have a go at a new interpretation of one of my favorite tracks from 2018’s TRIALS, “And Rainy Days”. It’s an upbeat tune that owes no … Continue reading NEW MUSIC: “And Rainy Days” Revisited
In the second half of 2019, I started a radio station to give my fellow independents another outlet for their talents and art. I had a wonderful person bankroll the thing, programmed weekly shows, and more. When it came time to finish Kaleidoscope, I put the idea on ice – it had never really taken off with an audience, and I found I didn’t have time to do both. One day in December, I realized I missed it. A lot. So, with some trepidation but encouragement from an old friend, I decided to give it another shot and so Migraine … Continue reading Independent Radio, take two
I had a webzine between the years 2000-2005 called FAC193 (the name was taken from the catalogue number of a New Order single). Looking back, it is insane to me that I interviewed some of the people I did, and I thought it was a good time to share these again. One of the most amazing is Pearl Thompson, best known as guitarist/keyboardist of The Cure. NOTE: In the years since our interview, Pearl has transitioned (you may know them better by their dead name Porl). In respect, I have changed the name and pronouns as needed. *me man in … Continue reading The FAC193 Interviews: Pearl Thompson
Here’s a playlist of the artists I’ve had the pleasure of talking to on this first “pilot” season of my podcast. There’s two songs from each act here. I imagine as the series keeps going, so will the playlist so be sure and follow it! The new episode features an old friend and collaborator, Jason Pulley. If so inclined, you can click here and listen to it. Continue reading PLAYLIST: The Jack Alberson SongStory
Technically, you could say that Collapse of Dawn is another piece of my press work for Sapphira Vee, as she is one-third of the project, but I think it stands as its own separate experience. The trio, which also includes … Continue reading Another PR project!
Because I don’t already run in 80 different directions, I am happy to formally announce that I am assisting electronic music creator, collaborator, and friend Sapphira Vee with press and promotion. I first encountered Ms. Vee back in 2019 when … Continue reading Migraine Robot PR? Sapphira Vee?