It’s finally come full circle. My blogging youth that I left behind in favor of professional work, music, friendships, video games, and a life of privacy (though not so private since I’m embedded in the Gogol Empire) has been itching to get out for years. It hasn’t been until a resent fit of ‘soul searching’ on my artistic self that I’ve come to a decision to fully embrace who I am. Sliptide.
What does that mean? It means that Sliptide produces music, has side-art adventures in music and media, and also plays games, reviews tech and gadgets, and is an active participant in humanity at large. It’s my nickname. My moniker. My musical identity that is so much more than just a “music project” like so many bands, DJs and artists. It’s my romantic view of my relationship to this world and the world of computers.
I need to write. I don’t write enough in my physical journal and I haven’t written online in years. It’s time to get back into it and blog about my musical experiences, projects, some personal stuff, some reviews of things, and maybe even some chronicling of my life in general. It’s time to share. It’s time to reconnect myself to the world.
It’s also time to adjust sliptide.com to accommodate this path forward. Let’s see how this post appears on the site!