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I've always let the song tell me how long it needs to be. That sounds extremely silly, but as the music goes by, I change when it feels right to change. That could sound formulaic at times, as I do write within a 'pop structure' i. Meanwhile "Lost In the Fog", another album track, feels reminiscent of an ambient remix of Incubus playing an Ennio Morricone score.
I tell this to LaValle jokingly. Is that offensive? I'm not really sure I've ever heard an Incubus song. Not a fan. That was a fun song. It really evolved on its own. Dave [LeBleu, drummer] and I started playing with a 'speak and math' he circuit bent and we caught some sounds, threw them in a sampler, built that funny rhythm you first hear then fell into the rest of the song. We've always referred to it as 'the Macarena song.
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I ask LaValle if he ever expected this project to be so long running and a major part of his creative life? It is sort of interesting where life takes us, right? I never thought to start something else or do something else.
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I hope my records sound different enough to show that my taste and approach changes. It is crazy when I stop and think about how long I've made music under this name, a long path but I feel fortunate all the time. I never once forget how hard it can be. I'm still not 'big' by any means. But there have been a lot of bands that have come and gone during my time and I'm still here, I still have loyal, fantastic hardcore fans that I appreciate more then they know. Always grateful.
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At the end of the day, The Album Leaf's sound can be considered emotional, but sometimes even cathartic. I mention to Jimmy that after a number of deaths of family and friends and my mom having dementia I became very manic and stressed last year or so hyper stating to many people how temporary time is. The Album Leaf band name evokes nostalgia but in a warm way. It isn't so morbid. Does LaValle find it easier to take things at his own pace and stop and smell the flowers as he gets older or does it make you more driven to use the time you have and not, like, watch King Of The Hill reruns?
I've definitely learned to manage my time in different ways with age. Mostly, becoming a father has changed a lot of my routine. I get up at 7am most days, drive my son to school, and work a normal day shift. Spend time with my family in the evenings and go to bed generally on the earlier side. I used to write all my records between the hours of 8pm and 6am -- times have changed! But I'm truly excited to see my children grow up and become the people they will become. My son shows a strong interest in music and costumes and I love it.
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