Monday, March 26, 2012


So, I'm pretty excited to be able to share this post with you. If you've been checking out this blog for a little while, you might remember a "BlackForrestry featured worker of craft" post that I put up a year ago showcasing the work of my buddy Tim Condon, who makes music under the moniker of Herizon. Well, after making great music for many years, Tim has decided to record an album. So, this May, you can expect the release of Herizon's very first 10". It will be available through Harding Street Assembly Lab (where you can pick up the Herizon/Virgineola split 7", as well as other great records) and it will be sportin' a magical, translucent, orange color...boy oh boy, that sure is gonna make my turntable look purdy!!! So, save your pennies and plan to pick one up in a month and a half. Check out two of the songs from the record- below the cover art...and take a peek at my original post to enjoy some of the excellent collage work that Tim puts together.

1. still believing
2. all alone
3. Home Again (live)
4. Chesapeake Bay
5. crave the sound
7. all gone
8. in my crown
9. tied to me


  1. So beautifully haunting, you know that these songs were written out of the darkness of the human soul with a tear stained face & the scars to prove it.

  2. Nice tunes. Really nice. Hot Earl Grey Tea with lots of creamer on a cold night nice.

  3. !!orange horizons of the pink clouded brotherhood!!


    (yes maam - i do believe i would steal a school girl's lunch money to scrape those pennies together.)

    (can't wait tim!)