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On the consumer side I listen to so much music, I collect, write music and I have worked in record shops for over a quarter of a century. Yeah I moved from Kentucky to Wisconsin last summer as my wife got her doctorate. Are there any tracks titles that stand out to you or are connected to a particular time? That to me is more personal. I am very shy about it and feel like I would have to justify something. It starts this little connection with these artists that I have listened to so closely to, so it is definitely a change from me being young and growing up. I just liked that style of carrying melody with imagery.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Not on a care aspect but on the office side. Space is a big theme that runs throughout your work, especially the artwork. I was really surprised when I received the promo about your new track album. It occupies most of my time. I feel like that it is very subjective because what one person finds profound and influential and meaningful is the opposite to other people. Being in an environment with four seasons it became a part of the music. I appreciate the feedback, good or bad, as it is always nice when I get to hear from people because I take that very seriously and it is a big part of my life. Expectations are one thing, to me I feel like it exists on its own. The concept of music being vacuous always bothers me. I just do it. If it were on vinyl then it would be insanely expensive with money that could be used elsewhere. I have had a few messages from artists that I have admired for years and I immediately lost my mind! My experience of Bandcamp has been interesting because when you buy something on it, the artist sometimes has the opportunity to drop a message. But as far as creating music it is always something that I am involved with. Are you familiar with Will Long? I am more turned off from it. 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The community is so much closer and well connected since 25 years ago. Your choice for this album is a self-release via Bandcamp, as opposed to a record label — how did you come to this decision to follow this method for distribution? Releasing a track guitar loop collection on cassette that I feel sets it up. Is this your first ever interview about Casino Versus Japan? I never really fancied myself as one who is good with naming or coming up with song titles. I can listen back and think of when I recorded it…at December at night when it was snowing, or this is the one I recorded back in July when it was early afternoon and 98 degrees outside…you know. Starting as a kid I was really into the soundtrack to Miami Vice. So I got a job in Kentucky working in healthcare, I did that for four years, I learned a lot about health care and working with patients in general. 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