So, about “Blacklight” … I know I’ve already referred to this before. It has been a really long time since I messed around with something outside my “solo” work, but this song took on a life of it’s own and … Continue reading Blindcopy!
Musical projects Honestly, I haven’t been working on a lot. I did release a new mix of the 2018 track “Over and Over”, for this latest Bandcamp Friday. Go snatch it up – it’s $2 and includes an instrumental version. “Blacklight” is moving along. I can’t wait to give you more details about the “benefit version” but I’m keeping my mouth shut just a little while longer. I will be a guest vocalist on the next album by melodywhore (if you recall, he contributed some awesome synths to the Kaleidoscope track “Monitors”). He’s kicked a track over to me and … Continue reading Current Project Updates 9/10/20
In the wake of the podcast opportunity that I enjoyed with Alan, I’ve had some brief exchanges that basically stem around “how did you get [insert opportunity here]?” This comes up from time to time when I manage to do something unexpectedly cool, and I get why. Relatively speaking, I’m no one of outside interest. Not noteworthy, outside this circle of gracious and kind people that I know. I’m not putting myself down with that. I’m coming from a place of active humility. I don’t have this expectation of the world at large to see me as A Big Deal. … Continue reading The Potential No
Musical projects There is only one more planned release for the year! Well, I lie. Two, sort of. A new song, “Blacklight”, is very nearly finished … and it’s a doozy! Right now, it features Cat Hall (Dissonance), Dan Milligan (The Joy Thieves), Sapphira Vee, and Chris Wilburn (Upon Eventual Collapse). There are some amazing collaborators in the pipeline for this, and I don’t want to jinx myself. At least one version of this particular song will be released as a benefit, with all proceeds going to The Trevor Project. They provide a crisis helpline for LGBTQ youth – please … Continue reading Current Project Updates 8/26/20