Announcing my hiatus

Guys, it’s been a crazy five years. I can’t believe what this little blog/webzine turned into and I will be forever grateful for all the love I’ve received because of it. So many musicians from so many different backgrounds and genres, I never imagined that I’d get this lucky.

The thing is, trying to balance the maintenance of this site has become progressively more difficult post-UCLA when I graduated in 2014. Between my work as a cybersecurity journalist and my new punk band Amherst Drive (which is getting awesome reception in the punk world), I simply don’t think I am able to do this anymore. At least for now.

So it is with a heavy heart that I announce the hiatus of MixolydianBlog. I will keep the site up and running so that all the work I’ve put into it doesn’t fade away, but there won’t be any new posts for quite some time.

I receive so many submissions of so much great music that I feel like I’m letting you down by doing this. Musicians who send me their music deserve to be heard, and you as a reader deserves to hear about it.

Nevertheless, I must do what is best for me at this point in my life. It is time to really push for the music career that I was born to do. Please follow me at or to see what I’m up to musically. Also feel free to check out to see my journalism in Information Security.

For now I say goodbye, but let’s call this a “goodbye for now” rather than a “goodbye forever.” Perhaps I will come back, I’d sure love to when my life allows for it, and when my passion perhaps returns strong enough to do it.

I love you all. Thank you for everything.


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