117.93 bpms. Don’t ask me why. Maybe it’s the most comfortable cadence for these weary bones these days….Oh my.
These incredible times stir and invoke humanity to very visceral experiences of being propelled into the now, more than perhaps any point in our lives. We spend so much time, thinking about the past or perhaps fretting about an unknown future. No matter how charged, it’s undeniable to say that living in the now, makes us feel alive. It has provided a great time for introspect and to delve into the rabbithole if we so choose. In this pandemic rabbithole, I hope you find your amazing friends, your loved family and great music to guide you through. Never before in our lives has the importance of the collective endeavour of humans as a species been made so apparent that our mutual global collaboration in our survival requires the effort of all.
Dedication to two amazing mates-Curt & Michelle Derkson. You’re on high ground, individually & together as mates.