A Bunch Of Deckheads. I trust you’re well.
While there’s been some great dialogue taking place regarding making a leap as a collective there hasn’t been much by way of any subsequent action.
Yes I guess you can’t shoot a movie without a script but at some point we need to shoot the fucking movie.
Lets reverse engineer this. An ideal case scenario for the imprint for me would consist of the following:
Creative license musically
Maximum four hour sets
A minimum '1000 True Fans' A great' essay written by Kevin Kelly which can be found online and is a good read.
Festivals. Fuck it our own festival even.
I can go on. What can I say? My dreams are vivid. Some of the above has been alluded too in my discourse with some of you at one point or another.
An incident transpired this week, the details of which I won’t go into at this time but served as a profound reminder that on the other side of our fears, you’ll get what you want or at the very least the ability to make an informed decision. I suspect in most instances our fear is predicated on failure.
I’m currently reading The Everything Store: Jeff Bezos and The Age Of Amazon. Amazon’s success as we know it has been preceded literally by billions of dollars worth of failure. The precursor of which involved consistent brainstorming and testing the feasibility of the ideas derived.
If we believe we should be afforded all or at the very lest some of the above, then as a collective lets go after it.
Talk is cheap like Lidl
Wiley On A Level