Hello everyone! I wanted to share a project I became involved with recently called [SSEX BBOX], which is both a social justice film series in the works and a queer quarterly magazine. There are tons of great sexuality-centric (and plenty of sexy) photos on their official site. They’re doing a fundraiser on IndieGogo right now with $1 (PayPal or manual card entry) minimum donations, 100% of the donations going toward the completion of the project – please support them if you find [SSEX BBOX] interesting or reblog to help spread the word! More information is below.


About [SSEX BBOX]: [SSEX BBOX] is a social justice film project that aspires to create awareness and accessibility around sexuality issues worldwide. The web series is based in San Francisco, São Paulo, Berlin and Barcelona, and uses film to explore Sex outside the Box. Film crews in the four cities interview sex educators and regular people about topics such as gender, sexual orientation, sex work, polyamory, relationship skills, and much more! 

[SSEX BBOX] is the first documentary web series exploring sexuality as a way to create social change. Presented in bi-weekly ten-minute episodes, the fifteen episode web series will air online in January 2012.

VULPIANO RECORDS, Vulpiano Records mentioned in a piece in the Spring 2011 issue of UK fanzine Scared to Dance

Vulpiano Records mentioned in a piece in the Spring 2011 issue of UK fanzine Scared to Dance, by Mark Zonda (from Tiny Tide, who released single The Smiths & The Cure and EP Baltic Avenue) about Kingem Records!

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VULPIANO RECORDS, Vulpiano Records now has a new kitsune/fox logo

Vulpiano Records now has a new kitsune/fox logo, illustrated fabulously by Solange Gularte (of Natural Snow Buildings, who released The Centauri Agent on Vulpiano in 2010). Cheers, Solange! Font is Orchidee.

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Music Video for “Indigo” Entered in Short Film Contest

E.K. Wimmer‘s music video for my track “Indigo has been entered into the Wyoming Short Film Contest. “Indigo”, with the charming, and surreal, travelling little piano motif, is up against other video entries, the grand prize in the contest includes $25,000 towards the film-maker’s next project and a screening of the winning short at the Cheyenne International Film Festival. I wish Wimmer the best of luck as I’ve very proud of his piece and he’s an incredibly talented artist. Vote here: http://wyomingshortfilmcontest.com/entries#163449

I am so excited to share this! It is the very first music video for a track of mine, “Indigo” (it originally appeared on Selected Recordings 2005-2007 last year and in updated form on the new release New Limerent Object), filmed by E.K. Wimmer, who is a fabulously talented guy. You can see the video below (double-click to view in full)- be sure to check out his YouTube channel and MySpace Music page for more epicness!