Jason P. Woodbury
- Flipping Out in America
- The Joy of Painting With John
- Recent Listening (12.30.30)
- Range and Basin: Christmas Eve Can Kill You
You have reached the website of Jason P. Woodbury, a writer, deejay, and record man based in the Sonoran Desert. Jason edits Justin Gage’s Aquarium Drunkard, where he also contributes, as well as writing and producing the weekly Transmissions talk show podcast. He hosts the monthly program Range and Basin on Dublab, which airs every third Sunday of the month at 5 PM Pacific time as part of the Radio Free Aquarium Drunkard broadcast.
Jason’s worked as a clerk, cargo driver, and off-site events producer for Zia Records, where he currently holds the director of marketing position and produces limited-edition vinyl projects, including You Gotta Have Soul: Raw Sonoran R&B and Funk (1957-1971).
He's written for Pitchfork, Comic Book Resources, Flood Magazine, Relix, and other outlets. His interviews have been featured on NPR online and he’s been quoted by Rolling Stone and Vice. He has worked in various capacities with Third Man Records, Light in the Attic, Warner Records, Polyvinyl, In the Red Records, ORGMusic, Craft Recordings, The Playboy Jazz Festival, Jealous Butcher, and the Pickathon Music Festival, and has written liner notes for a number of projects.
Woodbury’s explorations and essays about folklore and nature have been featured in zines by artist Brad Dwyer and Ken Layne’s radio show/podcast/publication Desert Oracle. Woodbury has previously served as music editor for the long running alt-weekly Phoenix New Times, contributed to The Arizona Republic/AZCentral, and hosted the Audio Ranch radio show with Arizona music historian John Dixon.
A lifelong Arizonan, he lives in Phoenix with his partner Becky Bartkowski, whose crucial feedback, creative engagement, and edits vastly improve his work, and their two dogs, Watson and Dinah. He can be reached at jasonpwoodbury at Gmail for discussions about the desert, science fiction, music, esoterica, religion, counter culture, poetry, comic books, books, and movies. He tweets regularly about these topics on Twitter, @jasonpwoodbury. Avatar by Danny Martin. Website design by Michael Burton.