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[The train has kept rolling, night and day.

I'm currently sitting on a batch of music, some of which are ideas barely in the arranging phase and some of which are full mixes. And then there's everything in between, so it's my usual mess that is the creative process. This time the process has been a little different though.

I'm pretty sure my whole life I've always ended up disappointed in the music I've made. It's gotten to the point where I've felt shame. It was late 2019 when I began to piece this together, and began to understand how low on the ladder I was. From there, I went through an entire deconstruction of myself as a musician, songwriter, producer and mixing engineer. I will say that progress isn't really seen or heard, it's felt.

There are three songs I want to share for now {I guess that's called a single?}. The release will be called "Never Doing That Again", and I expect it'll be done in the next month or two. I don't know when. It either meets my standards on an industry level or it doesn't come out until it does so. Right now it's getting there.

I've had to pull my teeth out and bite my tongue to get to this point, and I definitely still have more teeth to pull if I want to get to where I want to go. I'm excited to share this stuff, something new is good. New and natural.]

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