30 Oct 2006
What I need is failure
I need to fail to respond. When you're predictable, people take you for granted. It's a tricky trade-off though. When you've got nothing to bluff with, no buffer to the void. Of course this is short term, cyclic. A visit to a career center put strange thoughts in my head - made me want to be a cog of some kind, maybe a sprocket, a good little machine part, do something useful.
The Deon family is neat and nuclear: Dad's in the driver's seat, Mom's in the passenger seat, Alison and Jonathan, five and sev...
I'm working out new ways to perform and record. They take the form of melodic fragments, half-assed renditions of half-remembered songs,...