From The Desk Of Jason Falkner And R. Stevie Moore: Spaghetti

Ever since his departure from Jellyfish at the peak of the band’s brief early-’90s run, Jason Falkner has relished his role as a self-made power-pop iconoclast. R. Stevie Moore’s championing of the DIY recording aesthetic stretches all the way back to the late ’60s, gaining underground momentum during the following decade’s punk explosion. Unlike Falkner, Moore has never been much for restraint, recording more than 400 albums. As one might surmise, new collaboration Make It Be casts Falkner as the editor/ringmaster of Moore’s wonky sonic circus—and the results should connect with fans of the former’s innate craftsmanship and the latter’s rampant eclecticism. Falkner and Moore will be guest editing all week.

Moore: All my life, I’ve adored Italian food, my mom’s pasta especially. Late in life, I learn it’s really not all that advisable to fatten up one’s body with all that harmful carbo, starch and gluten, so sadly I can’t eat it as much as desired, like I used to. Spicy peppers, garlic and cheese: heaven. Hell! Still, I’m a sucka for lasagna, pizza and all things tomatoparmed.