Monthly Archives: June 2006

I’m building an arc

I keep trying to look at the bright side. I keep telling myself “Hey if I’m alive in a year, maybe next summer won’t be ruined by rain EVERY friggin’ day”, but it still doesn’t ease the fact that it has rained for almost the entire month of June. Uggh.

Anyway, the Dark Disco Club

album is very near completion. Tracking is all done, and mixing is like 98% there. Now I have to deal with creating the packages, which is a major pain in the ass, but it has to be done. I’m happy with the music, and I think people will enjoy the album for sure.

Last night I made my first book using a kettle stich and case binding. I made a bunch of others in the last several weeks, but I was looking forward to doing this one. Yay.

impending mood

I’ve spoken a lot about my band, the record we’ve been making, and all of the frustration that it brings. Well, I guess I have a confession to make. The album is seriously friggin cool. I mean, really. This is without a doubt the most interesting, original album that a band on our level hasContinue Reading

my jedi training and how life sucks

Remember that scene in The Empire Strikes Back when Luke keeps trying to lift his spacecraft out of the mud? He keeps failing because his Jedi powers aren’t strong yet, and he gets all salty. On Saturday, I was Luke, and Yoda was there to watch me fail. But I keep on. Tonight is weekContinue Reading

we said hello, goodbye

Well I’ll be a monkeys uncle. My solo project is in fact, in effect. Yesterday I got a lovely email from PayPal informing me that one of my prints had sold from my website. It was the last remaining print in my series of 4 screenprints of Pete Townshend. I was fond enough of thisContinue Reading

6.6.06

It’s cool to have people come out to the opening reception of an art show that I’m in. Being in a show gives a sense of accomplishment and appreciation for my art, which is nice. A few people came out to my opening tonight, but of course the list of people who didn’t come isContinue Reading