Good thing I decided to harvest the last of our carrots yesterday! Today is going to be full of a lot of shoveling, along with plenty hot chocolate/coffee.... and of course, mixed with some tasty additives ;) Def be fun to get all suited up and play too! Can't escape it, so might as well enjoy. Break out the crazy carpets!!!!!!!!
Always Love having the chance to catch up with other Artist's and jam. Especially when its with one of my good friends in town, visiting from Mexico. Andy (Slither) and I have been playing music together for years. Never really much outside of our studio spaces.... but, the distance thing sort of makes it mui difficile. However, the inspiration to play out has always been there and we could def do so when the oppourtunity arise. With lots of discussion lately for collaboration and many great remix projects on the go, we shall be poking our heads out soon enough. Plenty more to come!
If you would like to check out some of Andy's music, along with my own. I have posted a few links to our sounds.
This set below is our latest recording from yesterday. Do keep in mind, there is always a couple min glitches with playing live unscripted music, but to me... that's a clear sign of true musicianship...... or the need for a faster laptop, haha. AIt's not about being "perfect", it's about working the "mistakes" into part of the process. Thanks for listening. Enjoy :)
ps. It's Andy's Birthday today!!!!!!! Feliz Cumpleanos Mi Amigo.
Today, It was time to face the task of fully admitting winter is unfortunately just around the corner by taking down the remnants of plants ravaged with frost. Fortunately though!!! Our tomatillo tree still had one last great harvest. Although most are a bit small, they survive frost well from their paper like casing and make the best green salsa, ever! Kale is still rocking strong, great carrots, cilantro and mint are still growing like crazy too! I would imagine that's not going to last much longer though. It's cool if you like all the coming season has to bring. Never looking forward to the cold myself.