The blog of author Dennis Cooper

Please Welcome to the World … The Yuck ’n Yum Compendium and Interregnum


Yuck ’n Yum is an art zine and collective that I’ve been involved with for the last decade, publishing zines and distributing art throughout Scotland and later the world from 2008 right up until now. The zine had started its life as as a quarterly missive from the badlands of the Dundee art diaspora, feeding back to itself the creative energy of a small Scottish scene. Over the years it grew into a… what, exactly? I’d always defined Yuck ’n Yum as an amorphous entity and I guess that will have to do us for now. On May 3rd this year we delivered the Compendium of all our zines that we’d published from 2008 to 2013, and on that same night we also presented the Interregnum exhibition at the SOIL Gallery in Seattle Washington, a show that included work by a few familiar names from this very blog. What follows is a skim through the compendium, a look at what happened at the associated launch events and a few musings on what, if anything, might happen next…


 photo Launch night_zpsvcnhawdw.jpg

The first ever Yuck ’n Yum launch flyer, Dundee 2006


 photo page_thr_zps8j6ul26p.jpg
Andrew Maclean – Page Three Satyr, 2006


‘During its all too brief but glorious lifespan, Yuck ‘n Yum was the greatest zine in the world, if you ask me. It had everything a lover of art, writing, braininess, realness, irreality, and surprises could have wanted or even imagined, and, thanks to this much needed compendium, it still does.’ — Dennis Cooper


 photo valcartoon4yuckyum_zps88ynaxwq.jpg
Val Norris – Sorry to rain on your parade, 2006


 photo squelch_zpshz7qo8bs.jpg
Paul Milne – Untitled, 2006


Letter from the editors

The Yuck ’n Yum zine is very much a product of Scotland’s art school system, coming into being back when its founder Andrew Maclean was studying a Masters degree in Electronic Imaging and embarking on his own independent self-publishing venture. Those early years had a bedroom lo-fi home printer aesthetic that was marked by the ramshackle wit and energy of its small pool of contributors. Dundee’s art scene has always been a close-knit, mutually supportive affair and the zine naturally thrived in such an environment.


 photo cover1 copy_zpshtvljl2x.jpg
Cover, Summer 2008


 photo 05_zpsvoh9h12s.jpg
Mr Smith: Comrade Forbes – Rage Against the Putting Green, Summer 2008


 photo 10_zps2cicykyl.jpg
Catrin Jeans – Mirrorball, Summer 2008


 photo united_buscuits_of_europe_copy_zpspbisdpho.jpg
– united biscuits of europe, Autumn 2008


 photo 04_zpsezcig5rr.jpg
Simon Reekie – Untitled #17, Summer 2008


Emboldened by his first successful run, Andrew applied for funding from the Dundee Visual Artists Award and in 2008 he asked fellow postgraduates Gayle Meikle and Ben Robinson to join him in forming a collective. Their Re-made/Re-modelled Summer 2008 edition was launched at Dundee’s City Function Suite to a capacity crowd. Ben remembers talking to one audience member who didn’t know what event they were coming to, they just liked the look of the poster. It was evident that the city’s art scene was waiting for something to happen but no one was sure yet what that might be.


 photo 0Cupar_zpsbmvicaq2.jpg
Yuck. ‘n Yum team Ben, Gayle and Andrew at the Cupar Arts Festival, 2009

 photo 18080_300362875549_5693442_n_zpswd9taib0.jpg
Andrew and Gayle with the Yuck ‘n Yum mobile at the Getting Up festival in Inverness, 2009


 photo 0DCA_zpsgei4oms4.jpg
Your correspondent touting Yuck ’n Yum at the DCA’s Martin Boyce opening, 2009


 photo thesethings_zpslqy6wybe.jpg
hellojenuine – these things are to be enjoyed, Spring 2009


 photo 0K_zpseg0davdp.jpg
Kier Cooke Sandvik – as above, so below, Summer 2009

 photo toby_zpsomu3gjpz.jpg
The Unknown Artist – The Adventures of Toby Turdo, Autumn 2009


 photo village_zpsoxm5vadb.jpg
Villagestar G20 Dilletante – They Say Haircuts, We Hear Feedback, Winter 2009


 photo Self-portrait with Bubbles.O.B. De Alessi_zpsecuhr5px.jpg
O.B. De Alessi – Self-portrait with Bubbles, Winter 2009


 photo bitches_zpsjm2mviwi.jpg
Selena Mowat – Stud Service for Approved Bitches, Summer 2010


 photo morrison_zpsumcng3eu.jpg
Katie Ravenscraig O’Mahoney – Snowflake, Winter 2010


Anna Orton consults the Salmon of Knowledge at the Spring launch, 2011


 photo mohaupt_zps6dqdcvtr.jpg
Holger Mohaupt – Three-D-Glasses, Spring 2011


 photo 10PierreAllainx_zpse8adtlnw.jpg
Pierre Allain – Hairibo, Summer 2011


 photo 01KatieGovierx_zps3t3w26qd.jpg
Katie Govier – Anatomies (A Nod To Man Ray), Summer 2011


 photo DVi2hnoX0AA5gce_zpsbu6y5myg.jpg
Scott Duncan – 25 Cromwell St, Summer 2011


 photo wherrwulf_zps1h7352hs.png
Alasdair Smith – wherr wulf, Autumn 2011


 photo cover_zpsqao5sro3.jpg
Winter 2011 cover by Ross Hamilton Frew


In order that the fledgling zine might carve out its own identity, the team decided to invite contributors whose output was of a consistently high quality to have a crack at being cover artist for a whole year. From 2010 to 2013, zine stalwarts Paul Jon Milne, Ross Hamilton Frew, Helen Flanagan and Cos Ahmet each designed four covers, lending that year’s editions their own distinctive style. The free zine featured collage, photography, poetry, recipes, drawings, comix, reviews, interviews and anything else the contributing artists could dream up. Yuck ’n Yum became a quarterly fixture of the Dundee art calendar and each issue was launched with performances by artists, DJs and musicians. Shout out to Bob Flambé & Steaming Turd, Pester and Rossi, the Salmon of Knowledge, Deliberate Crumbs, Beth Savage, Stephen Bloe, Conquering Animal Sound, The Hugs, and everyone else who played at a launch event. Be it Sleazy Santa’s grotto, Generator Projects, or an old Hairdresser’s shop, the launches always delivered an energy and lightheartedness that emulated our ethos.


 photo 0G_zpsvcvw8ggt.jpg
Gayle as a Yuck ’n Yum Art Distribution Agent on YYADA duties at the Getting Up festival, Inverness 2009


 photo 0YYADA_zpsebymbeug.jpg
The official YYADA uniform at the Cupar Arts Festival, 2009


Ben ‘Jack Your Body’ Robinson Yuck ‘n Yum spring 2010 launch DJ set:


 photo Cabin-Codex_zpsrehbskjf.jpg
The Yuck ’n Yum sandwich board at the DCA’s cabin:codex event, 2011


 photo champchompchump_zpsw01badjc.jpg
Ellyce Moselle – Champ_Chomp_Chump, Spring 2012


 photo gpester_zpsxzpdbvop.jpg
Greer Pester – Love will stain, Summer 2012


 photo eyes_zpsjlcvmwmv.jpg
Erlend Tait – eyes-mountains-clouds, Autumn 2012


In addition to publishing the zine, Yuck ’n Yum staged arts events across Scotland. These have included exhibitions, pop-up events, a car boot sale, gigs in local pubs and, further afield, appearances at the Glasgow Book Fair and the Word of Mouth Cafe in Edinburgh. The collective also participated in Cupar Arts Festival, Getting Up in Inverness and NEoN in Dundee. As a collective, we’ve given talks and lectures, published guest zines, hosted residencies and showcased our contributors at some major venues. In one fit of sponsored madness, Alex and Alexandra watched all 24 hours of Christian Marclay’s The Clock and have never been the same since. We made a concerted effort from the beginning to expand our events to cities across Scotland, and to venture further afield than just the Central Belt.


 photo AGK2010_zpsdeenflv7.jpg
Audience for the inaugural AGK at Dundee’s Chamber East Function Suite, 2010

 photo 0Coffee_zpslw1v7gls.jpg
Sinead Bracken and Fiona Gordon perform Coffee and TV at the AGK, 2010

 photo 0AGK_zps0k3uvtdo.jpg
The AGK audience sing along to We Are The Champions, 2012

The 2013 AGK Champ Lewis Den Hertog’s karaoke video for Leonard Cohen – The Future


Of all the many events that Yuck ’n Yum has been involved in, the people’s choice has always been the famed Annual General Karaoke (AGK) that’s been taking place since 2010. Briefed to “think outside the box”, an open call invited artists to produce an original karaoke video for any song of their choosing, resulting in a yearly evening of FX-laden, lyric-subbed visual poetry and wild karaoke performance. Outliving the zine by a number of years, the mobile AGK is still going strong and has hit the road in pop-up format at venues from Aberdeen to Seattle.


 photo flyersum fin_zpsiqtbhelw.jpg
Summer launch flyer at the HMC, 2009


 photo 0Proof_zpsji5fnouy.jpg
Morgan Cahn, Robyn Mayer and Clare Brennan install Beatrice Haines – Proof at the HMC, 2013


 photo Zine Idol CCYNY_zpsiyy59e7r.jpg
The Zine Idol awards ceremony, 2014


One pivotal relationship is with the University of Abertay’s Hannah Maclure Centre (HMC). Since Summer 2009 the organisation has been a great supporter of Yuck ’n Yum, hosting numerous events, providing funding, and distribution. It was their support that helped us to keep the zine free. We collaborated with HMC in 2013 when Beatrice Haines undertook a residency with Abertay Forensic Scientist Dr Kevin Farrugia to create the exhibition Proof as part of the Impact 8 Conference and the inaugural Print Festival Scotland. When we decided to end the zine, HMC supported our Zine Idol project. This provided £500 seed money and our mentorship to a new zine: Aberdeen-based Collage Collective.


 photo coscolour_zpsnoxtp70x.jpg
Cos Ahmet – Homage to Leigh Bowery, Winter 2012


 photo levi_zpsdrxff0gm.jpg
Levi Bunyan – Deery Me, Spring 2013


 photo mahala_zpszxjg8lkw.jpg
Mahala Le May – it’s a love hate thing, Summer 2013


 photo 0ZL_zpsbermkujx.jpg
Posters for the zine launch at the Old Hairdressers, Glasgow 2012


We started the Yuck ’n Yum zine looking to give opportunities to artists. From its initial roster of a handful of Dundee-based artists, the contributor base grew to over 250 people from all over the world. Yuck ’n Yum zines are now archived in various international collections and libraries including the National Library of Scotland. Each issue is available to read, download or print yourself at yucknyum.org.

Why Yuck ’n Yum then? Why Yuck ’n Yum now?


 photo 549266_283716881706283_675422763_n_zpsg3iffpmy.jpg
The Yuck ’n Yum Zine Fair at the Chamber East Function Suite, Dundee 2012


In the ten years since Yuck ’n Yum was first published from a humble home printer on Andrew’s bedroom floor, Dundee’s zine ecology has seen some major changes. In a city where the creative scene is strongly linked to its art school (Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design or DJCAD), more than two student generations have matriculated and graduated since the zine started. A new generation of artists and creative individuals are now getting out there and presenting their own zines, a phenomenon that could be seen firsthand when Yuck ’n Yum presented Dundee’s first ever Zine Fair back in 2012. Tables were piled high with zines from all over Scotland, numbers were exchanged and connections were made. Riso Soup and the DJCAD Zine Library have gone on to establish themselves as permanent fixtures, students and graduates are encouraged to make zines, and the city hosts a thriving scene. We’d like to think we’ve contributed to this legacy.


 photo TEAM_zps84bfnk8i.jpg
Yuck ’n Yum exhibition at the DCA as part of Book Week Scotland, 2012. L-R: Andrew Maclean, Alexandra Ross, Alex Tobin, Morgan Cahn, Becca Clark, Gayle Meikle, Ben Robinson.


There’s been a vibrant energy in Yuck ’n Yum since its inception. From the start, we were filled with an urge to create, and to amplify others who we knew were making cool stuff. The very name Yuck ’n Yum encompasses the dualities we’ve searched for in our projects. The compendium is a snapshot of a particular moment in time. Not all of it’s pretty and the views contained herein may not always sit well with our mature developed selves, but for all its imperfections and occasional wrongheadedness it’s still a collection that we remain proud of. None of this would exist without the artists – dear friends and mysterious strangers alike – to whom we owe the greatest of thanks. If there’s a lesson here, it must be to just go ahead and force the hand of chance. Maybe that’s somehow inspirational but it wouldn’t be for us to say. In the meantime, bask in the grit, grime and good times of Yuck ’n Yum.

The Editors
Ben, Morgan, Alex


 photo Compendium_zpsnm7qjmmg.jpg


On Thursday 3rd May Yuck ’n Yum launched its Compendium with an all star singing, dancing and performance art lineup at Dundee’s Generator Projects. On the bill that night were The Onion Club, Haystack Monolith, Bob Flambe and Lada Wilson, and we even had a live sporadic hook up via video link to our Interregnum show opening at the SOIL Gallery in Seattle.

Below are a few photos of what transpired:

 photo 0L4_zpsuvb9ox0i.jpg
Live music from the tenebrous cabaret reimaginings of The Onion Club.


 photo 0L2_zpsajguh4al.jpg
Longtime YNY launch event favourite Bob Flambe.


 photo 0L1_zpsus1aqxbp.jpg
An exclusive performance intervention from the divine Lada Wilson.


The fevered highland acid of Haystack Monolith.


DJ Ben ‘Jack Your Body’ Robinson – Yuck ‘n Yum Compendium Launch Ambience Mix 03.05.18


Meanwhile in Seattle…

 photo SOILweb_zpshus4jjpj.jpg


The show features exciting new works on from 10 artists on the topic of “interregnum” – a time of unrest between regimes. We’re in a transitionary period as a collective, and there is something very strange occurring in the places where we live. Brexit?! Trump?! Yuck ‘n Yum now looks to its network of artists to explore these times when normal rules no longer apply. Can people come together in this chaotic time to upend the status quo? A multitude of realities are seething and churning across the Internet and into the streets.

Excitingly, this exhibition doubles up as a launch party for the long-awaited Yuck ‘n Yum compendium. People have whispered of it for years, and at long last it’s a real thing that exists! Every issue of Yuck ‘n Yum zine (plus some yummy extra treats) compiled into one very hefty volume. It’s A5, black-and-white, and possibly fatal to drop on someone. The compendium is produced with the kind support of our friends Generator Projects, and we will be launching it at Generator at the same time as the Interregnum opening on the 3rd May. Soil in Seattle and Generator Projects in Dundee will be joined together via video link for this launch, in a display of international harmony that is, quite frankly, utterly uncharacteristic of these interregnal times.


 photo 1020007_zps0b6ehoo3.jpg

 photo SuperPowerMotherNurture_small4press_zpsl1nchsrm.jpg
Greer Pester – Super Power Mother Nurture


 photo 0Ix3_zps0uzzlymf.jpg
Lizz Brady – The destruction of words


 photo Banks_loop_stillx_zpsd1w8ifz6.jpg
Darren Banks – Limbo


 photo 0Ix2_zps3grvywkf.jpg
Holger Mohaupt – Room service


 photo DSC_0424_zpsxguzomtt.jpg
Lada Wilson – Just an interregnum: uncertain times


 photo DSC_0440_zps4ukcjnjq.jpg










Thomas Moore – haikus


 photo KirstyMcKeown_Interregnum_Print_FINAL_zpszuqwtjlt.jpg
Kirsty McKeown – Sign of the grimes


 photo 0Ix1_zpspxtgpiml.jpg
Janie Nicoll – Cross


 photo DSC_0431_zpspkgqwple.jpg
Val Norris – Le Mythe de la Femme, The Observer of the Hours of the Night, Spare Ribs


 photo DSC_0427_zpsiqgzzsjv.jpg
O.B. De Alessi – Chaoskampf


 photo DSC_0432_zpspsv6jykh.jpg
The Yuck ’n Yum Compendium on display at SOIL Gallery, Seattle.


 photo yny-comp-web-copy_zpsxrnvb3dr.jpg


Scotland’s soi-disant premier arts zine Yuck ‘n Yum was published quarterly from 2008 to 2013. For the first time ever, we’ve collected every issue into one 600+ page volume.
The complete zine is faithfully presented in its original A5 paperback format, minus the staples. We’ve also included some extra goodies: the very first lo-fi issues of the zine, some special editions, and some new words from our friends too. Relive every high, every low, every Yuck and Yum of those halcyon days in glorious high-definition black and white.

Order your copy!

You can now order a copy of the Yuck ‘n Yum Compendium directly from us via Paypal using the link below. Compendiums cost £25 + postage, and we can deliver anywhere in the UK. We take international orders too, just send us an email to info@yucknyum.org and we’ll work out the shipping.





p.s. RIP Danny Kirwan. This weekend is a very special one around here because we’ll be celebrating the birth of ‘Compendium’ aka the collected issues of the mighty, influential, and much-missed Scottish art zine Yuck ‘n Yum, one of whose founders and editors is our very own Ben ‘_Black_Acrylic’ Robinson. The book is an incredible trove, as you can already tell by the post, and I urge you to not only get schooled in awesomeness this weekend but pick up a copy of the thing itself, which will fill, enhance, and more your reading days for a long time. So, there you go. Please, of course, talk to _Black_Acrylic this weekend in some fashion to give him your thoughts. Thanks, y’all, and ever so many thanks to you, Ben. ** David Ehrenstein, Hi. I seem to be the only person on earth who’s never read or seen anything by or to do with with Anthony Bourdain, apart from one very vicious anti-vegetarian quote from him that made me think there was likely nothing in his thing for me, but RIP, and suicide is such a rough one. ** Steve Erickson, Hi. Yeah, right? Killer album. Really glad to hear you like it so much. Ah, some weekend goodies from you! Everyone, Here are some reviews by Mr. Erickson to help you through the weekend. (1) His review of Snail Mail’s LUSH. (2) His review of serpentwithfeet’s SOIL. And (3) his review of HEREDITARY. The David Leavitt of gay novelist fame would never do anything to rock any boat, unless he has changed. He was beige as beige can be. ** _Black_Acrylic, Ha! Hi, Ben. Almost in person double-thanks for this amazing weekend birth event! Very happy and proud to have it. ** Dóra Grőber, Hi, Dóra! Oh, things are going pretty well. The rehearsals are constant, and ‘Them’ is improving day by day. The PGL script meeting got delayed, so we’ll do it when Zac gets here this coming week. He did meet with our producer to tell him that the script is coming soon, and now we have to write a bunch of irksome explanatory texts for the funding applications, which is definitely the worst part of the whole process. Yeah, right, about his writing getting lazy? For while, he was writing way too much, new books constantly. But I remember ‘Survivor’ being still charged. Oh, cool, about the drag queen re: SCAB. She’ll probably be into it, right? How strange that the drag scene is so paltry there. Why, do you think? Before I left Paris, I saw a bunch of little documentary type shows about Budapest. For some reason there were a bunch on TV all of a sudden. Definitely made me want to visit. What is the difference, if there is one, between the Buda and Pest halves of the city? Right now I’m mostly just rehearsing. I haven’t done too much else, but I’ll see two friends tomorrow, my day off. And I’m trying to get used to the apartment where they’ve put me up. It’s very overwhelmingly stuffed with kitschy crap and very impractical, and I sort of can’t stand it, but oh well. I’m stuck here. But things are good. And you? Are things proceeding beautifully? ** H, Hi! Thank you! Yes, yes, let me figure out my schedule. It’s a bit intense right now because we’re trying to get ‘Them’ where it needs to be, but I think it’ll settle quickly, so I’ll let you know. Today is work-filled., Tomorrow my day’s preoccupied by seeing two old friends uptown whom I haven’t seen in ages, but we’ll sort it. See you soon! ** Kyler, Hi. Ha! I’ll get down there at some point, you bet. Probably as a surprise. Have a fine weekend there and everywhere. ** Okay. You all thoroughly enjoy this big rich weekend that Ben has presented to you, please, and say hi, etc. to him, and have good weekends in general, and I’ll see you on Monday.


  1. Film critic Michael Sicinski tweeted that the nasty David Leavitt was disgracing the author of THE LOST LANGUAGE OF CRANES. Honestly, it seems like that Leavitt has fallen off the planet: his most recent novel turned up at my local library a few years ago, and the dust jacket said he was teaching in the English department of a Florida university.

    I love the Yuck’n’Yum design look, especially on the car.

  2. Hey Dennis, Quick note to say that the VIDEO HOOK-UPS show in San Francisco went great – a good turn-out and people said they felt inspired by the films! A stream of the screening is available here if you want to check it out: https://vimeo.com/273787441

  3. I ordered my copy of this a few days ago, greatly looking forward to it. feel very honored to have played my own small part in the Yuck ‘n Yum saga (had a brief article on Louis Wain that appeared in the summer 2012 issue: to date I believe that’s the only non-fiction piece I’ve ever had published anywhere).

    Sorry I’ve been quiet on here Dennis, this week was pretty hectic: on Tuesday I had to go to a hospital in Providence and take a 3 hour breath test to see if I have any bacterial overgrowth in my intestines: at the start of the test you need to drink a lactulose solution (which is a laxative) and as a result my stomach has been very iffy these last few days. But at least I have this weekend off.

  4. Ben, Congrats to you. I’ve always thought you and Yuck ‘n Yum are great.

    Dennis, Thanks for that. Bourdain’s suicide really cast a pall over my Friday. Fuck, I really loved that guy. So smart and funny and talented. A really good guy, from everything I ever read and saw about him. It didn’t help that he reminds me so much of you too, the way he talks, his mannerisms, his views on things. I always hoped you meet him in your travels. I think you two would’ve become fast friends and really gotten on well. He was just such an honest guy in his work like you are.

    Hell, my mom called me as soon as I got into the office to tell me about it because she knew how much I liked him. So fucking sad. I’m almost in tears now thinking about it.

    I hate losing these voices I’ve loved so much. I want them in the world contemporaneously. Bowie, Hitchens, Bourdain. They make the world a better place.

    It’s probably why I fell asleep around 8 last night and didn’t get on the computer at all. Just didn’t seem worth it, you know?

    I saw Steve’s comment about David Leavitt. Like a dummy, I’m going to look it up. People are fucking morons sometimes.

    Thanks to DavidE for honoring Bourdain on his Fablog. That was very kind.

    And really, if you ever get a chance and have some time, watch an episode or two of his show. He wrote everything himself. I think you’d really appreciate his stuff.

  5. hey _Black_Acrylic,
    the compendium looks sleek and the insight to Y’n’Y is fascinating. def seeking out more from Paul Milne Alasdair Smith Ellyce Moselle Erlend Tait. Fantastic . and i love the pieces in Interregnum.

    hey Dennis,
    i hope you are well and your work goes smoothly.
    thank you so much for yesterday’s post. I feel very honored that you saved that one. ZCR has been a very fun read. I dont know if im reading into it but ZCR seems more playful than the other Zac’s. thoughts?

  6. Oh a great Yuck’n Yum day. I always admire it. I like everything, but Mr Moore’s Haiku work particularly stands out. Congratulations.

    Hi Dennis: Best of luck with rehearsals and have fun with your pals tomorrow. I’m pretty flexible except for a few days (from 12 – 15 and the last week of June). Will tell you reasons when I see you. I can meet you up in East Village — Anthology or bookstore — and move to Prospect Park neighborhood in Brooklyn.

  7. @ Steve, thank you! I wonder whatever happened to that car, we were like a Ghostbusters type outfit at one point.

    @Sypha, that’s much appreciated and there’s a Compendium winging its way to you over the Atlantic as I type this. The Louis Wain article is a classic and it’s preserved here for posterity.

    @ Misanthrope, cheers!

    @ Cal, thank you! Paul Milne is still quite prolific and his Twitter feed is here. Ali Smith has an Instagram page here, I sadly don’t have any info for Ellyce Moselle but Erlend Tait’s website is here.

    @ h, cheers and I love those haikus very much too.

  8. Have you ever heard of a German rock band called Ton Steine Scherben, who were a proto-anarcho-punk group rather separate from the “Krautrock” scene lasting from 1970-1985? In my research for the Anthology project on psychedelic rock videos, I learned about them yesterday and heard their second album, released in 1972. (If you enter their name into YouTube, it’s the first thing that comes up.) They were anarchists who recorded for their own label, singing in German, and the band had all-female and gay-oriented side projects. Sonically, they reminded me most of the MC5’s HIGH TIME, with a heavy influence from soul music and the early ’70s Stones. Their songs tend to be lengthy, but loud and high-energy. They seem like a very clear precursor to Crass, and I’m sure that if they sang in English, I would’ve been aware of their existence much earlier, especially because all their albums are on Spotify and iTunes. I liked that album, KEINE NACHT FUR WEIMAND, so much that I paid for a download from iTunes.

  9. Very nice Ben! I especially liked Eyes-Mountains-Clouds and Deery-Me. Congrats!
    Dennis, got my ticket for the Saturday night show – looking forward to it! Great space, I know. Hoping rehearsals are going well.

  10. hey D.
    thought id say hello. hows it going meistro? things are good here. hot as hell summertime. probably moving to miami soon. when can i see pgl? the blogs been hella. rockfist


  11. @ Kyler, thank you, it’s much appreciated!

    @ DC, thanks so much for hosting this Day. So nice to see all this YNY stuff in one place.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

© 2021 DC's

Theme by Anders NorenUp ↑