I'm in a collossal funk at the moment. I have to postpone work on the IHML while I singlehandedly mix the tracks for the new Parks & Recreation record, out later this year (yeah, right) on HUSH. I'm not complaining, nossir, I love mixing the record. I'm learning so much. It's just that I've been pulling all nighters, because I don't get off this job until 11PM every night. After work, I bike over to our studio in Northwest Portland and sit down to the laptop. I have to sing new vocal tracks on all the songs, ten in all, and then mix them. I try not to be up all night working, but this stuff takes time. Inevitably I'm done by two or three in the morning. Someone named Moxiegrl asked me once if I ever sleep. The answer is no. So then I've been waking up really late in the day, like, 1 o'clock, and going to work by 3. I sound like an old man even mentioning it, but it's a bit of a grind. I wish I didn't have to have a job. No, better: I wish music was my job. Right now it's just an expensive, time consuming, relationship eroding hobby. Well, this blog is supposed to be about my work, not about my feelings, so I'll end here. Soon as I get a creative inspiration, I'll post. So, as always, more later.