An entrepreneur, producer & curator of creative projects, Bemis is best known as co-founder of the Brassland music label. For that work, he has been featured in The Guardian, The Irish Times, The New York Times, Print Magazine, The Wall Street Journal and other important places.
In his first career, he was a writer, journalist & critic covering topics such as Beck, backyard wrestling, Elliott Smith, video games, recent evolutions in classical music, Tucker Max's "fratire" books, and William Shatner. He has published in The New Yorker, The New York Times, Bookforum and LA Weekly. He doesn't write as much now but likes to. Make him an offer.
He's based in New York City but travels a lot. Current enthusiasms include: communitarian art & pedagogy, Joni Mitchell, photography, Kendrick Lamar and breakfast preparation.
You can hear his radio show Teenage Kicks at Clocktower.org. Listen to Brassland music at YouTube, Bandcamp & other reputable music sites.