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Boolean Knife draws to a close.
After about 3 years and a bucketload of songs, I've decided to close the book on Boolean Knife. It was a super experience, and great to get out on stage again but I think the project has run its course. I don't feel that I was giving it my all on stage, and although I felt a good sense of accomplishment after a show, I wasn't having a great time while I was playing. Yes, it was not really bringing me joy. I feel like my inability to connect with the audience was due to a lack of belief in what...
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Journal

Fits, Starts & Flow
I think it may be my use of social media, or just this soundbyte age we're living in, but I've noticed my attention span has shortened and this has had a pretty big impact on my music. I've found that lyrically I used to take a little more time with ideas, maybe spreading out a whole sentence over 4 lines or more. Complex rhyme schemes (which used to come semi-naturally for me) were baked in to taste. Now I have one idea per line, and a simple A/B/A/B rhyme scheme the whole time. It's like my...
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Short Stories

96% Match
Leslie and I chatted online very little before we met in meatspace. Her photo was adorable and I was charmed at her prowess in answering the perfunctory OkCupid survey questions. It was a cold night six months ago as I waited for her to arrive at the semi-upscale tavern for our first in-person encounter. Apparently neither of us looked much like our online photographs so when she finally walked through the door there was a bit of awkward guessing to do, but this was quickly and happily...
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