Polaroid of the Future

I wish I could have take pics of my songwriting setup in Queens before packing it all up. You would have been amazed-- probably not for the reasons you're thinking.

Re-mixed and re-sequenced the demo. Its slowly beginning to paint a picture of the final product. I now have a very blurry polaroid of the future.

Even in this highly isolated recording environment I can hear the wind outside. There is no-time in recording studios, time is paused as soon as you lock the door. But every once in a while there is a clue from the outside world.

For a while there I thought that art was only good for comedy and horror. Then I saw Stan Brakhage's short films and decided there was always room for surrealist and experimental cinema.

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