alright, so flatsound.org is no longer a bleak html page mooching off tumblr server space. it's now a slightly less bleak but totally legitimate website. one with a page like this which is neat because i really do love blogging. not in a social network, microblogging sort of way. i mean real yelling out into a void of nothingness at 2am type of blogging. actual updates on life, releases, therapy, whatever. the documentation of an era, that stuff excites me.
lets get into this. i know that i'm the worst person in the world when it comes release dates, but just trust me when i say that 2015 is going to be a great year when it comes to new stuff. new EPs, side projects, my spoken word album, even a frickin' poetry book. i won't give any specific dates because i know i'll always take the first opportunity to delay something if it means i can make it better somehow. that's kind of the perk of being completely independent, i don't work under the construct of release dates. if you want a general timeline, the things that i just mentioned will probably be released in that order.
as far as little website stuff goes, pages like the confessions page and the very illusive and barely talked about chatroom will be moved to the tumblr dedicated subdomain. by the time your reading this, i'll of hopefully already moved them. the new urls for both are:
ah, i don't know, i'm really excited right now. it's 5am and i still haven't slept. 2014 wasn't a great year for me, emotionally or physically. the only thing that held it all together was the growing success of something that i'm passionate about. for that, i can only thank people that i don't know personally. the ones who bought merch and told me funny stories about their school almost taking it away. strangers who cared to ask how i was doing every day, or care enough to be reading these words right now. the people that streamed my music on spotify, bought the albums on itunes, or even pirated all of my work, i thank you all equally. the fact that you're there at all is so comforting.
happy new year. what are you going to do to make 2015 a good thing?