Marcelo P: Into the void
Things to come. It will be a couple months at the very least before more is actual information is revealed on this project, but I have to say I’m very excited for it.
Me and this dude would refer to each other as brothers, for awhile we had a ton of people think we were actually brothers. One of the closest friends I’ve ever had. We’re more distant now, and I regret time spent angry at each other over things that weren’t worth it. Got to see him get married today and am really happy for him. Interesting all the changes taking place in everyone’s lives that I know at the same time as I’m about to venture out to the far north west. Many memories were had with this dude making dumb choices, consuming deadly amounts of burritos and mountain dew, making horrible youtube videos, and spending many hours recording sometimes listenable music. Cheers, bro.
In exactly three weeks I’ll be heading to Dallas to see Anberlin on their farewell tour. The morning after I’m picking up my trailer and loading up. Then I’ll have one day to relax since the week prior is going to be hectic, then I’m hitting the road. It’s going to be crazy, challenging, unpredictable, and completely worth it.
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This look awesome and all, but this packaging doesn’t even seem sustainable. What’s the point of spending money trying to package a single bottle of coffee into a box? Why pay for a piece of colored tape to go over the bottle that is just going to be discarded? Why pay for cardboard inside the box to keep the glass safe if the box is just going to get thrown away. It’s pretty, but does it make sense?
It’s the same logic behind putting the effort into a nicely wrapped Christmas gift. It’s about details and presentation. It makes sense for the proper target market. Presentation goes a long ways.
I’m determined to record at least one, maybe two, mainly acoustic songs before I leave. One in particular I plan on using for a video of the trip. I’m looking forward to the final result. Also, I can’t wait to have a more proper setup with acoustic panelling and everything.
Yesterday was an adventure. I went straight from work in the afternoon to Dallas, a three hour drive, to see Letlive. kill it at The Door. Then I drove back, getting in around four in the morning to be up at five for a long day at work. Definitely worth it. These guys never disappoint live.
I’m moving in little over a month, and I want this photo to be the start of me documenting the trip. This was me at what’s probably my last show at the conservatory, an important venue for the local scene here. Not only that, it was the local band Harp and Lyre’s farewell show. Appropriately, Tiger Lily opened for them. They’ve gained a great deal of steam lately and it could be scene as a torch passing from one to the other. For how important the local scene has been for me and how many memories were had at the conservatory, this seemed like an apt starting point of my farewell to Oklahoma. Here’s to the memories.
I can only assume that what photographer Porsupah Ree captured here are binkying bunnies. A binky is a playful and happy expression made by a rabbit in which it jumps in the air and twists its body around in a convulsive fashion.
Well, I must be a rabbit then.
This is amazing.
A new and improved website for my work is at hand.