~For when I have nothing better to say or do~
...Seriously, I had a moment a few months ago, when I was on a Metro-train heading into Newcastle, and that song has just stuck as my theme for moving there ever since.
As I type this sentence in particular, it's somewhere between 2:35 and 2:36AM on the day I start my journey north...again. Today-- that is, the 10th-- I'll leave the house, and stop over in the most forsaken of lands, Yorkshire, to visit th'family. Quite why they still live there, I'll never understand. Then, on the
I feel like I've let my blogging habits turn to crap since I started YouTubing in earnest. Oh, well. I'm posting an update now, partly to broaden my appeal for songwriters and producers of music, and to remind this corner of the Internet that I'm looking for voice actors.
To keep things short and simple, for those who are interested, here are the videos you'll be looking for.
With regards to voice acting
With regards to writing/producing/otherwise collaborating on music with me
After a few months of procrastination, distraction, and general other activities, I've finally got myself in order, and I've put together the first casting-call video for what I like to call Project LILAC, which aims to transform Island Life, which I co-write with Xelda57 (and, formerly, Alex64), into a fully-fledged online audio-drama (or even a proper show, if we can get an animator). But, before we can go any further, we need voice actors, hence the casting-call video.
Now, I hardly
I can't help but notice that I haven't been blogging half as much as I used to. Probably because I've been so busy with my YouTube channel, to be fair, but still. It's not like reviews, LPs or VEDA actually take that long.
No, seriously. I honestly thought, before I started doing VEDA ("Vlog/Video Every Day in/of April") that it would take up a large chunk of my free time, but, actually, it takes about 25, maybe 30 minutes to film and edit, so...that's a thing. I'm proud
As of yesterday (the 10th), my hobby/pastime/potential-career/whatever of LP'ing officially became a thing, so my YouTube channel finally has slightly more diverse content.
Already, I've been reviewing the songs of this year's Eurovision Song Contest-- and I intend to keep this up for as many years as possible, and I've taken to occasionally vlogging, though it hasn't been happening quite as frequently as I'd originally planned, so I'm glad to have some other content up. I feel like