Author Archive: Eric San Juan

“Well, I’m back”

I figure I ought to be doing this blogging thing. I started and stopped (and somewhere along the line lost several posts), and haven’t touched in it ages, and remembered I had it, and … and … Anyway, it’s far easier to update this than it is my website, so that’s what I’ll do. I’ll update this. Because it’s easier. And I am lazy. But I will still update my website with stuff. Just not as much. Because I am lazy. So the first thing you should do is to surf on over to the Weird Tales website and check out Recurring Dream: An Anniversary Re-Reading of Neil Gaiman’s Sandman. You should check it out because I wrote it. That link will take you to…
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The way it tumbles

Hey, sometimes things don’t work out. In this case … well, things didn’t work out. We got a few tracks together, a few snatches of songs, but then there was this, and then there was that, and now it is not. No biggee. Like Corky said, life goes on. I finished up some solo music recently. Some X-Sweet. Some electronic experiments. Some other nonsense. And probably, one evening when I’m drunk, bored, and attention whoring, I’ll post some of it right here for all the world to delight in. Or, you know, not to.

A Beginning

I got a phone call a little while ago, an excited phone call from my friend Tim. He was talking about this project we started about three weeks ago. Just wanted to drop me a quick line to share a thought. “This is music for the iPod generation!” I paused. Reflected. And realized just how right he was. For a little over three weeks, Tim and I have been working on music. Writing. Tinkering. Tossing out ideas and seeing what sticks. I play guitar. He sings and comes up with everything else on the computer. The result so far has been … well, that would be telling. You’ll just have to listen for yourself. But music for the iPod generation? He’s absolutely right. The idea…
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