I have just finished my seventh album in the days run away series. With 7 Songs, the album clocks in around 42 minutes and Seven Seconds. I'm about to move on to D.R.A. VIII. Here's to the future and seven more albums.
06 days run away vi_ t.c.w.w.n.g.u.i.t.o.i.c.t..mp3
I forgot to put it online. I'm working my ass off with my documentary. I just saw EELS which was pretty fantastic. Later today, I'm catching up with a good friend. Maybe one of these days I'll post my introverted thoughts on life, humanity, religion and why Booster Gold is so underrated, I just dont want me to get involved or to muck up how much you may (or may not) like my music.
If you don't know what it is, go look it up as I'm not in the mood to type it all out. As a warning, I'd recommend not listening to it if you're not feeling well. Beyond that, give it a go. Oh and Days Run Way VII is just about finished. At five songs it's 35 minutes long.
As I've got shit tons of work left to do on my furry film and there's little work this weekend, I'm taking something of a break. The break, however, does not apply to the music as I recently posted a thread in GBS at the something awful forms about my compilation record. Already I'm getting some pretty positive feedback. Feedback is something I'm not generally used to as I don't go around all the time putting my music (or art) in people's faces. Nor do I sit there and hype myself up. As such, the egoless (in said respect) only get so far. The Price to pay for modesty. Anyway, DRA VII is three songs in. I'm still working hard. I'll be working on tracks for the soundtrack to my documentary.
Oh and I get to see my parents today. I dont talk about them much but I do love them a whole hell of a lot. It'll be nice to see them.
Days Run Away VII: T.L.T.W.F.A. has begun. Already two tracks in, I'll post one of them now before finishing the sweep of VI.
Lent'll be over by sunday, though I didn't really give anything up. It kinda came out of nowhere. I'm sure the big guy will forgive me. Working hard on the documentary. Beyond that, things are okay. It looks nice out. I'm cutting back on cigarettes. I'm glad my dad got me a new pipe (as I can't find my old one). It's helped out a lot.
I'm at whitney's and I realized I had fifteen minutes to update the blog. So Instead of an instrumental...here's one of my new vocal tracks. They're rare these days. Later on in the evening/day I'll put up another DRA track. Days Run Away VII has begun. Two songs already. 11 Minutes.
I may have to start looking for a new Apt. Probably rooming with my buddy Alex, which is fine by me. Keep your fingers crossed (if anyone's got any good places in mind, lemme know). Beyond that, spring break was nice. Went by too fast.
Album art for new album = done At 5 songs the record is about 27 minutes long already. Should be done soon.
The name of my new Days Run Away release is Days Run Away VI: 697. Today I went to the Anon protest. Went well. Yesterday me and my film crew drove a total of somewhere around 10 hours (to and from) Belmonte Pennsylvania for my documentary. It went very well. Today I'm working on my brian eno project. Oh and new song.
As I've now completed five records for my days run away series, I figured it'd be fitting to compile my favorite songs from the album and release them here. You can download the album Days Run Away: January-March 'Ø8 (Wild Horses) here for free.
The Lead song off of the album is one that many of my friends have told me is my prettiest
The second to last song of the record. The fifth album in the days run away series is now finished. I'll start work on the sixth in a day or two. Tomorrow, I'll post the Final song of Days Run Away V (which is A capella )
oh and the latest EARTH record, The Bees Made Honey In The Skull Of The Lion is amazing.
With that out of the way, UPDATES! I've started work on my new film. It's a documentary on the culture and lifestyle of those who associate themselves as Furries. The movie has no real title as of yet. Filming begins today.
I have a new song online here at my myspace. I've started work on the fifth installment of my days run away series entitled Days Run Away V: Golden Hours/The Garden At Dawn.
As I said before, happy birthday to Eric Rega. My incredibly close friend from the fibers department whose creations are beautiful. I recommend you visit Eric's blog at http://havinghorns.blogspot.com/. I'm extremely jealous of the fibers department here at UArts. It consists of some of the hardest working people I've yet to encounter (along with some of the most creative). It's refreshing to visit as not many view what they're doing as Art when attending CMAC. New song up as well. Third track in Days Run Away V.
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