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Where We Are A few months ago I produced music for a short film, entitled Where We Are, which was directed by David Cho. You can watch it here. The music is a reworking of a song that was in-process at the time, "Drafting Hindsight", which is itself a reworking of the song, "Drafting Foresight". Yes, I know. That's a lot of reworking. 

Incidentally, "Drafting Hindsight" will appear on my forthcoming Paragraphs EP, for the Other People label. Paragraphs will be released on 12" vinyl and will be available in your favorite record store in a couple months (more on that closer to the date). It will also be available digitally for subscribers of Other People, to be released in two parts, this Sunday and the following one (April 6th and 13th). 

Bumping Into a Chair While Humming My book, Bumping Into a Chair While Humming, is in the printing process. The cover - which is taking a little while, because the paper is being handmade for it - should be ready in a couple weeks. I think it is going to look beautiful and is completely worth the wait. The printing of everything should be complete in early May, but you can pre-order it now.

If you contributed to the Kickstarter campaign, your copy will go out first, along with any relevant rewards. Again, thank you for supporting this project. I am incredibly excited to put this in your hands, even if I can't be there to see it arrive in the mail. 

Bumping Into a Chair While Humming I decided to cut the Untitled Folding project a bit short. Though I initially proposed to make 99 different painting covers for the live recording from the Folding In On Itself release party, I do not have enough wall space for so many blocks of wood, and am hence cutting it to 33. About half of these are still available, if one strikes your fancy.

Each painting comes with a download code, for a full resolution file of the Untitled Folding live recording. It also is made on a 10"x10" piece of wood, which has a bit of a lip, so it can hang on a nail as is, with no additional frame needed. It is a versatile object in that way.

I'm beginning a couple new audiovisual projects, but I'll write more on those when there is something to hear/see.

Thank you for reading, listening, thinking.

Take care,