Principle production on the first film I’ve ever really been a part of, phaesporiamovie, is finished. It feels like years have passed, and no time at all. It’s been one of the most absurd, wonderful, taxing and rewarding experiences I’ve had yet. I won’t ever be able to forget Tetsu. There’s a myriad of things I won’t be forgetting.
I love and admire the person who wrote it, directed it, shot it (and many other roles I’m sure I’m overlooking). I’ve gotten to know them even better through this whole trip, and seeing them in the Phaesporia world, seeing them behind a camera, has been wild and humbling. It happens to be their birthday today. I had my first day off back in the city in some time, and I’ve been thinking of them. My apologies for the sappiness. Love you dearly, Carman. Glad you’re here.
Drumming for Panucci’s Pizza tonight at 55th and Pine A.K.A. MT. THRASHMORE
filling in on drums for sad boy math rock anthem-crafters Panucci’s Pizza this Saturday July 5th on 55th and Pine and July 16th at Fennario (http://panuccispizza.bandcamp.com/album/4-way-split)
and on July 25th I’ll be performing with Van Sutra (Julius Masri/George Draguns ([of DON CABALLERO]), Quinn Dougherty, and one more TBA at The Pharmacy on 18th and Wharton, a rising and ridiculously badass kitchen, coffee shop, gallery space and venue.