I remember when I used to wait until the last day to do a big school project and somehow I would always get it done. However, in the adult world, sometimes you can’t do that. A few weeks ago I decided, on the last possible day, to make a video for the 2017 NPR Tiny Desk Contest. I spent all day recording and editing, finishing at about 8:30pm and thought I would still have a few hours to spare before the midnight deadline. Then I checked something. Midnight Eastern time! I frantically sent the video to Youtube and stressed out as the upload bar chugged along. At 8:57pm, without having previewed the Youtube version, I marked it public and pasted the link into the NPR submission form. I had made it!! I was damn proud of myself as I clicked the button to watch it. And, to my horror, the audio was totally distorted garbage. Something had gone wrong with the sound compression and I couldn’t possibly release it. I wasn’t going to turn in D+ work. The next day, deadline missed, I fixed the audio problem and deleted the original link. NPR will never see it, but, and here’s the silver lining, you still can! It’s HERE and it will entertain you. Enjoy!
Acoustic Breakfast with EZJ @ Sheldon’s Cafe
Saturday, March 25, 8:00am to 11:30am
8401 La Mesa Blvd, La Mesa, CA 91942
Also, Ezekiel Jay’s “Moved” appears on the Spring Sampler Compilation CD for the Orange County Music League. Huge thank you to them for selecting me and check out their page HERE!