I performed two resistance songs at Transgress Fest 2017 this last weekend (“Stand” and “Smelly Cunt“):
I wrote this song immediately after North Carolina passed its infamous “bathroom bill”. From my debut album “City of God“: Recording City of God by Axis Evil Lyrics Stand up you little chickenshit when your chosen name is resistance your choice to live is resistance It’s a simple matter really Revolution in and beyond the […]
I’ve noticed that when a well-dressed woman walks into a bar carrying an electric guitar, she gets significant attention from men; far more than that the same woman would receive if she carried an acoustic guitar instead.
Yesterday I received a firm reminder of why I write this blog, and why I write the songs I do: The message came from Drew Arriola-Sands, the fabulous singer of Trap Girl. But that is beside the point. The important thing is how she referred to me in the birthday greeting. “Smelly Cunt” is a […]
In my recent post “perhaps my stage presence is too masculine… (part 1)”, I ask whether I move too much like a guy while performing, and ask whether I care. I worked out my answers to both questions: Yes, and yes. The video posted below shows the problem: My movement to the music flows from […]
…but I play one mean-as-fuck rock guitar. Here is today’s live performance of my song “Pearls to Swine”. The lesson here: Hell hath no fury as a [songwriter] scorned!
…or perhaps it doesn’t matter. Anyway, here is the latest Axis Evil live performance video:
I now can speak consistently for an hour in a feminine voice—decent pitch, resonance, and inflection—before needing to rest. Moreover, my voice now passes on the phone. So my voice therapist and I decided to tackle my singing range, to feminize that as well. (Followers of Axis Evil know I sing with a masculine voice […]
I’ve released two rock albums since transitioning. Moreover, these are the only albums I’ve ever released. I wrote all the songs for these albums post-transition… except one. Here I talk about that one and why I kept it. The song is called “Voice in the Distance” and it appears on my debut album “City of […]
Just released a new album today: Light Me Up and Love the Bomb by Axis Evil The cover photo was taken of graffiti in Kashmir. Three of the songs explore my evolving feminine sexuality. The other two are sitar instrumentals. Three of the songs on this album are described in my post “this is transgender […]