a quiet place to think about music

Failure, for some people, is a vital survival skill.

To work at an artistic level that has some chance of changing the world means risking that your work will change you.

We all know people who have lots of drive, talent, and stability, people whose ideas fall perfectly in place at the leading edge of the mass audience input curve, but who just aren't successful. They work hard and they mean well, but things never quite jell for them, you know?

My bet is they've already signed an unknown contract to fail.

Have you?
Connor Freff Cochran