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From The Digital Sweatshop
The Music, Art and Travels of Alan D. Oldham a.k.a. DJ T-1000.


Thursday, February 01, 2007

What a slow, lazy day. It's one of those days I can't seem to wake up or get any energy even after several cups of coffee. Plenty of things to do, but can't seem to do them. I especially want to draw (I have "Johnny Gambit" stuff to do as well as some work for the April gallery show in Berlin) but can't today.

It's cold and grey outside, too. I kinda wanna go up to Wicker Park and hang out but it's too cold to go anywhere unless you have to.

I guess I should be happy it's slow right now and enjoy it. 'Cause when things get busy for me they get really busy.

Tomorrow morning I'm going into Jimmy's place to work on the trip-hop CD. I was out of town last weekend and we couldn't get together. This project has basically become Essenza with me as the rhythm section. It's very cool and different to be working with non-techno people. I love how it's coming out so far and I love Jimmy and Jane's enthusiasm. Most of the time, certain people act all blase towards my stuff.

When I was in Detroit last weekend (the Borders in my beloved Birmingham to be precise), I saw an ad in the latest Wire that featured "The Art of Transformation."

So how many of you would buy t-shirts with my art on them? Or a mail-order only "Art of Transformation" t-shirt that accompanied the CD? I'm really gonna do some shirts this year if I feel like the support is there. Please leave a comment and let me know.

-AO :: 5:42 PM ::


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