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We are so glad you found us! Please stay tuned for the follow up to our debut EP, Loose Canon!

It's been a minute-Notes from Exile 

I wanted to send this out as the New Moon in Gemini, the sign of communication and words, landed. 

Then I thought maybe it would be cool to send something out for Make Music NY Day, which is always on the Summer Solstice- and also happens to be the inception of my yearly birthday season. Yes, I am a Cancerian Moon Child. Instead, I quietly stayed in my shell, continuing the work of regenerating myself. 

Better late than never. 

Covid took a toll. For me, it was indirect at first. It actually felt like much-needed, and welcome breathing room. I was safe and cozy in my bubble. I was writing prolifically and frequently performing virtually. And then, that bubble burst. It burst in a spectacularly oozing, cystic manner.  In May of 2020, against the dual backdrop of the Pandemic and the great outcry for social justice, a number of events happened behind the scenes which brought a sense of isolation that came to bear on me at a very intense time for many of us. Still, I carried on as best I could. This, despite the residual fallout that had come to pass personally. Within a year, I would be diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis, but continued to carry on. I shared a bit about my rehabilitative journey on social media. Eventually, I started to dip my toes in here and there with live sets beginning in the Fall of 2022. Come February 2023, I had a particularly great night playing to a packed house at Young Ethel's, as part of a stellar lineup with Yvonne. Poeta, Michael G. Potter, The Dark Doves, Bad Cable and Sunshine Nightmare. 

And then it happened, three days later, the day before Valentines Day, I was dealt the definitive blow when the Dread Virus Covid finally caught up with me. As you can well imagine, my voice, both literally and figuratively, was silenced. After nearly three years of dodging that bullet, I suppose it had to catch up with me eventually. What I was not prepared for was how profoundly it toppled me. 

It was a long path to recovery, even after the virus was no longer showing up in my system. All of my energy for the better part of three months after had to be put towards being able to get through the day. There was no energy for creativity. That became a bitter pill. I began to wonder, "How hungry do I have to stay? And what happens when I start to cannibalize myself?" Because that's what it starts to feel like after a while when your resources have been cut to your reserves. 

Finding my way back has entailed a process of discernment. I've had to take a step back and realize that,  sometimes, I had been bullying myself, which never helps. If even someone none other than John Lennon can step back, maybe it's something the rest of us mortals can do. I recently read Sadler Vaden, of Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, stating in an interview that sometimes he just needs 'to put the guitar down!' Come to think of it, John Frusciante once spoke of putting the guitar down for seven years, before rejoining RHCP. So, there is such a thing as a Purposeful Break. 

Back in my days as a young mother, I had felt that it was necessary to 'put all that nonsense aside–because that's the message women frequently get--and act like a grown-up.' What turned out to be nonsense was the idea of walking away from my craft, my music. Inspiration still came, whether I was doing laundry, or cooking or otherwise doing the domesticity thing, and I had to respect it, because it kept coming back, when I had least expected it. 

So here I am, full circle, watching, waiting, welcoming. It feels a bit reminiscent of Wabbit Season (be vewwy quyy-et). And so, while unwrapping new sheets to put into the wash, I found myself musing over melody lines for a new song. 

It's here! Notes Between Sessions!  

Hey, all!

We hope that you continue to stay safe and sane as we make our way through these undeniably challenging times. Early last month on this blog, we shared with you that Mary Edwards had invited Ondine to be a guest on her Notes Between Sessions podcast. We were very thankful to have our song, This Time Next Year, deemed worthy of being featured. The podcast was released yesterday throughout various social media outlets, and now we make it available to you Fond Friends and Fans here. We hope you enjoy listening as much as Ondine enjoyed taking part.

Until next time, be good to each other.


Ondine and Keith

An Autumn Hello! 

Ondine here - we hope you all have been well staying safe, healthy and sane. It is perfectly SURREAL that we find ourselves entering a seventh month into the COVID-19 pandemic. We hope that we have been able to provide you with some relief from whatever heavy loads you have encountered throughout these strange times, whether it's been by just giving our Loose Canon EP as many spins as you need, or if you've catching me as a 'Repeat Offender' on the fabulous Renegade *ReW & WhO*, which has been popping up all over Facebook Live and is archived on YouTube. I can tell you that it really has been a privilege to be one of ReW's Renegades!

Keith and I have also been doing the long-distance collab thing, not just with our Tiny Desk entry, but also with other material that we are eager to share with you, once we get it all polished up.

Also in the works, I have been invited to chat with the incomparable Mary Edwards on her Notes Between Sessions podcast about a song from the Loose Canon EP. Which one, you ask? Tune in to find out! Release date soon to follow. You should also be sure to check out her catalog of soothing, smooth music; influenced by Laura Nyro, Carole King, the Bacharach/David catalog and the Carpenters. She wears these influences proudly, yet makes these ingredients into her very own proprietary brew, so do give a listen at www.MaryEdwardsMusic.com 

Until next time,

Ondine PM xo

Please help us support those impacted by COVID-19 

Hi, this is Ondine. I knew that I wanted to do the Tiny Desk Video contest this year, but I had a different song in mind. Then COVID-19 happened, and Pause was born. Once it emerged, I knew that I wanted it be able to do some good with it, so I'm asking you Fond Friends and Fans to help support PM Edition with this effort. We have added a Tip Jar feature to this page for that purpose. I know times are tough for many, so if you are unable to put anything into it, but you know someone who will be able to who may dig our material, please pass this webpage along to them so we can do some good together. The proceeds will be passed entirely to Delivering Good.

Wishing you all good health, comfort and joy,


Ondine xxoo

On "Pause" 


We truly hope that you all are staying safe, sane and strong. These are very strange times in which we are living. Ondine wasn't necessarily looking to write a song specific to the current COVID-19 Pandemic, but was hoping to finish other material that she had started. You know that old saying about how 'when you're not looking for someone, they find you' goes. Well, it wasn't someone, but a pretty big something. The new baby is called "Pause," and we entered in the NPR Tiny Desk Contest this year, our first ever, so it's a pretty big deal for us. You can find it on our YouTube channel. We offer our sincere thanks to James Lane of Hot Indie Media, who also shot the footage of our last outing at Shrine NYC, early March 2020.

Speaking of our YouTube channel; in order to get our own special PM Edition Band NYC URL, we need more of you to subscribe to our YouTube channel. Easier said than done, since they bury it until then! In the meantime, here's the link, please do go check it out. Here's the link: 


Ooh, one last thing: Ondine has also been a 'Repeat Offender' of late on the newly-revived *ReW & WhO*, renegade-style! It's been lots of fun, so be sure to tune in to *ReW & WhO* on Facebook live this coming Wednesday, April 29, from 6 to 8pm EDT.

Wishing you all joy and light,

Ondine and Keith

#AloneTogether During the Pandemic! 

We hope that everyone is staying strong, safe and sane during these unprecedented times. 

If you need a distraction, Ondine will be going live again today on the *ReW & WhO* Facebook page, many thanks to ReW StaRr for the kind invite.


PM Edition 

PM Edition is on the bill for the 4th Annual Iggy Pop Festival! 

Greetings Fond Friends and Fans, 

It's an absolute pleasure and privilege to have been invited to play the 4th Annual Iggy Pop Festival, being held at The Way Station this year. Along with our some of our own material which you know and love, we are covering an Iggy Pop song. Any guesses which one?

Speaking of our own material, what do YOU, Fond Friends and Fans, wish for us to include as part of our set list that evening? Please let us know, we're serious! And be sure to get there nice and early - 8 pm is when Miss Rina's kick-ass Zombie Punk Cabaret outfit, the one and only Flesh Junkies, kick things off as only they can!

See you with bells on at The Way Station, Saturday night July 13th, it's gonna be a BLaSt!


Catching Up :-) 

Greetings all,

It may seem like it's been pretty dang quiet here in PM land, it's actually been anything BUT. Keith and Rina have been busy with their usual multiple side projects, and I, Ondine, have been continuing to work on material. And then, injuries. Yes, injuries. Rotator cuff stuff that started innocently enough as a bicep twinge only days before the Loose Canon release show at Sidewalk NYC last year, mushrooming into an insane amount of rotator cuff inflammation. The good news is that there are no major tears, and with some cortisone and physical therapy, all should be sorted out soon enough. But wait--there's MORE! I managed to sustain a meniscus tear the day after Thanksgiving, which is set to be repaired bright and early tomorrow morning.

Despite the tear, I have somehow managed to cut a rough demo about a crush on one on my teen idols, and I look forward to polishing off more goodies to share with you all. Here's hoping for smooth recoveries, and that all is Bright and Beautiful in your respective worlds. See ya on the other side!



A quick check-in :-) 


Ondine here, checking in. We had a great time being part of the Divine Women showcase, hosted by the lovely Joan Caddell of Joan Caddell and the Midnight Choir and Phyllis Forman of Queen Tipsy. It was truly a marvelous evening. We've also had the honor of once again being featured on Grrrl Power Hour on www.luckystarradio.com. If you haven't checked them out, please do. Not only are they great friends and fans of PM Edition, but they really know how to put together a killer playlist of fierce femmes! Be sure to check them out on the first Friday of each month, from 10 to 11 pm, Eastern Time.

Wanna hear us on other outlets? We've had a couple more opportunities come across the radar and they call for fan participation: 

We are hoping to be featured as a future Metro.co.uk's Artist of the Day, which can only happen if you click the link and tell them why they should pick PM Edition-


Also, our music may soon be on air at A1Radio. Request our music please! ?❤️ Check it out here: http://www.a1radio.co.uk

We've also submitted music for Radio Airplay on Eye on Jamz with Sheldon Snow! Post on their wall to request PM Edition. http://www.ionindiemagazine.com/eye-on-jamz-radio

Finally, RT with #DustyFuton to help PM Edition get noticed and check out the #podcast http://thedustyfuton.com

You guys rock!! xxoo


Divine Women! 

Howdy Fond Friends and Fans!

We have exciting news! We've been invited to play as part of the Divine Women showcase, Saturday, May 19th, 7 to 9pm, at the Staten Island ArtSpace, 23 Navy Pier Court, 10304.

Please come join us for this very special evening - Tickets are $7 in advance and can be purchased at https://statenislandarts.secure.force.com/ticket#sections_a0F0V00000m6D6WUAU 
Tickets sold at the door will be $10 and cash will be the only accepted form of payment at the door.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Previous events


Free! This outdoor event will showcase local celebrity entertainment, food, activities, merchandise, and numerous community organizations from all over the tri state area.

The stage at the Staten Island PrideFest Festival will bring you a day full of music and performances for everyone! With a line up of Staten Island natives and LGBTQ community members, rock bands, comedians, hip hop, drag acts, singer song writers and more..not to be missed!

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