For those of you that missed the broadcast, Dave Hawkins from The Antidote archived the audio from that podcast!
In this interview, I talk about how I got the name Ospreyshire, my music, creativity, some spiritual stuff, blogging, anime, and even a HUGE announcement for future projects.
This is a reminder that my interview with The Antidote is tonight. I will be talking about my music on there, some of my creative ideologies, my other hobbies, and also…I’ll be breaking some HUGE news about Ospreyshire in this interview.
Remember, it starts online at 8 PM CST/9 PM EST.
I kept this a secret, but I was recently interviewed by Dave Hawkins from The Antidote. It was an amazing experience as I Skyped with him where we talked about different things with my music, ideology on poetry, and I talked a little bit about my additional projects. This will be aired online this Wednesday on 9 PM Eastern/8 PM Central.
Feel free to check it out this Wednesday!
It has been a whirlwind of activity.
After working, I relaxed by watching a movie that I will review next month, but I had a realization.
Without going into much detail, things always change. Life can mess up the best laid plans. I had so many things set for several projects over the next few months, but other things happened that I need to address. Some of them have to do with my work and others involve dealing with other life matters that I need to take care of. Don’t worry. It’s nothing troublesome. It’s just busy stuff going on.
I won’t be posting as much content on this blog for the time being, so I can take care of things.
Pardon my dust.
I’d like to introduce you to South African artist Willem Samuel AKA Skree Alleen. He just dropped a new EP earlier this week called “Artefak” and it’s quite good. It’s certainly no sophomore slump from this artist. Much like Metode en Tegniek, the lyrics are actually in Afrikaans of all things.
Fee free to check it out. It’s only $2 to buy!
This was a bit of fresh air for me.
I can’t believe that after one year of writing and filming my Katauta 52 videos, I completed my challenge. I’d like to thank anyone that has followed this year-long challenge.
So what do I do next?
That’s a good question.
I know what I want to do next for the Ospreyshire project, but I’m keeping that under wraps.
For my other projects, I want to release some of my written works that I’ve worked on for four years and to write more reviews fro the various movies and anime I watch.
Hopefully, things go well here.
This has been an eventful month for me to say the least.
In addition to my normal work life outside of blogging, I’ve been on the grind in regards to creating things. I just finished my Katauta 52 Project last Wednesday which was an accomplishment, been working hard at publishing some of my fiction projects, and I’ve been in talks with some people for some cool projects (stay tuned).
While it’s been fun creating things like music, literature, reviewing and other things, I do admit that I have gotten overwhelmed at times. Part of it is a huge drive with me trying to accomplish as many goals as possible this. Another aspect is me trying to find time whenever I can to make content here, my blogs, and other avenues. I just hope I can do everything that I can while getting enough sleep. Granted, two of my other blogs are on hiatus until some of that content will be on full display.
Have you ever felt this way before? I just don’t want to overwork myself.
Here’s another example of some quality Chicago hardcore music. This is 2 Minute Minor. They are a sextet from the Windy City that also features members from October Bird of Death. They base their music on 80s hardcore and some Oi! music. Their debut EP “…A Goon’s Best Friend” is on ZAP’s Bandcamp. By the way, this album is free or pay-what-you-want. They also have another album coming out on May 11th.
One year later, and I finally beat my own self-constrained challenge. I can’t believe I did this thing for 52 weeks straight on this blog.
It feels invigorating to complete a challenge. I ended it with my soprano ukulele.