Monthly Archives: October 2013

A QUICK ONE, REMEMBERING LOU REED.

THE BORDER 002a curated by TODD BERRYMAN The news was pretty heavy, hitting the fan on October 27th.  Between hearing that Fleetwood Mac cofounder John McVie has cancer and about Lou Reed’s passing, it’s been kind of a bummer day. My friend Shane has mentioned that he considers Lou one of his “four horsemen” when […]

THE HALLOWEEN/NIGHT EDITION.

THE BORDER 002 curated by TODD BERRYMAN So, a little backstory is in order here. Having been somewhat vexed for a long time now by certain limitations in American broadcasting, and what has always felt like a disconnect between what programmers think they need to provide, and what people might actually want to listen to […]

OPENING SALVOS AND MOON SONGS…THE DEBUT OF THE BORDER.

THE BORDER 001 curated by TODD BERRYMAN It’s no great surprise to anyone who’s known me, or listened to what I’ve done on certain radio shows, that boundaries on music are something that can be observed…and then smashed through, or at least bent in some fashion.  There are commonalities that exist in many musical forms, […]