Jason Vincion
I create tasty brews and ambient music.
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Now
Updated 2017-08-15.

I'm still living in Seattle after all this time (born and raised) and I've just purchased my first car - a 2004 Subaru Forester 2.5XS. It was one of the few cars I tried that I actually fit in and I broke it in real quick after taking it over 300 miles in five days (which included a 200+ mile road trip). After doing a fair amount of highway and freeway driving, it's time to get used to city driving - I was already stuck in bumper-to-bumper traffic yesterday and I did fine, so I should be alright with it!

As for what I'm doing now:

• Practicing mindfulness in all of my affairs after a lapse in doing so.

• Brewing beer at Outlander and having a good time with it!

• Discovering that I have enough pieces that are almost done that I can put together another ambient EP/album sooner than later, and I just came up with a conceptual ambient album that should be perfect for a fall/winter release.

• Resurrecting my Amaranthine project, which I haven't done an album for since 2006. I've got one piece done and I'm not sure how many more I will do before I decide to release something - I'll probably just do an EP to test the waters.

• Planning a new heavy guitar project based around slower tempos and atypical time signatures. I suppose the best way to describe it would be like Meshuggah meets Neurosis - let's see if I can pull it off!

• Taking on the epic task of downsizing 37 years (roughly) of accumulated clutter, whether it's physical or electronic. Progress is being made, but there's still a ways to go. Once that's done, I'll be approaching and meeting a larger task I could have taken care of years ago (like driving). I'll be more specific once I complete it.

• Enjoying the time I get to spend with a special lady. Our schedules are usually only compatible on Sundays, so we spend as much time together on those days as we can.

Thanks to Derek Sivers for the idea to create this page! Here's my profile page on NowNowNow if you're interested.

This is a page that Jason built.