I wrote this song last year, but kind of left it alone for a while. It still needs some work, but I like where it’s headed. I know I keep saying I need to do more music. So I finally just… did. Also, I love you.
I wrote this song a couple weeks ago, and decided to use it as a vehicle to go through the process of recording, mixing, and shooting a video. There’s a lot of room for improvement in each of those areas. But my goal here was to pay attention to those processes so I would be less overwhelmed when trying to…
I did the thing. I’m ignoring the perfectionist in me so hard with this video. I take too much time away from doing these things. And when I come back to them, everything is wrong. Or, at least, I’ve forgotten everything I thought I remembered how to do. But here it is anyway. A quick video for my song “Take…
This is one of those things where I think it’s the start of something.
Things always take more time that you’d like, so here’s something while you’re waiting.
I made you something. It’s an art. I hope you like it. It’s just me practicing “Breakneck Speed” by Tokyo Police Club. Also, there’s candles. This making art thing is fun. I really need to do more of the art making and less of the excuse making.
On a bit of a high from attending Indy PopCon, and seeing all the of the people making cool things, I decided I need to make a video. I bought a ukulele a couple weeks ago, and have been busy practicing. So I made you something. I hope you like it.
I made you something. And something is better than nothing. I hope you like it.
Music Monday on a Sunday! It seems a fitting day to cover Danielle Ate the Sandwich’s “The Have Nots”. I tried doing a bit more with this cover. I hope you like it. Again, something is better than nothing. And this is something.
Music Monday on a Friday? What is this madness!? Mass hysteria! Dogs and cats living together! But not really. If you watch, you’ll just see me practicing a cover of Dan Mangan’s “Jeopardy”. Again, something is better than nothing. And this is something. I made something again. Eventually, I might make a habit.