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Journal Journal: An Update 2

so i said in my last je in a response to shadow that i'd drop a quick update, so here it is.

Comment Re:Good to hear from you! (Score 1) 10

hey shadow! :)
oh oh thanks! i love the word-of-mouth thing :) most appreciated!

yeah i'm going to try to be around here more often. life is just so incredibly hectic and crazy busy... in fact, maybe i'll drop another je just to upload briefly what's been going on.

Comment Re:nice (Score 1) 10

heh yeah that's the old one that i recorded in my living room :)
the "do they still make lighthouses?" is the new one. i chronicled the making of it on the fb page with a few photos taken in the studio.



Journal Journal: Nearly Two Years? 10

yikes. so yeah not dead.

just wanted to drop a quick update for folks who never made the "migration" that i've been pretty busy with the music stuff. spent the last year and a half writing and recording (in a proper studio) a record that was just released earlier this month.

it's nothing earth shatteringly new, more instrumental post-rock, but i got more ambient with it (which is really where i'm going musically)

Comment Re:My disc already arrived (Score 1) 5

oh man that would be awesome!

the vinyl version will be 12" the time/program material dictates that pretty much. i'd have to do special singles edits to get one of them to fit on a 45rpm 7" heh. the "radio edits." lolz

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Journal Journal: SFB Updates 5

hello folks. i know i'm not around here much... but i just wanted to drop a quick update.

a new record was just released, 6-song CD "how much more difficult will this get?" its also available through itunes, amazon mp3 (you can also get the CD through amazon), and shortly be available through rhapsody, emusic and amie street.

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