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oz-party:

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2014.5.11 (sun)

Charge: ADV 2500yen (with 1drink) / Door 3000yen (with 1Drink)

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Guest
MEISHI SMILE
bo en
KOSMOKAT
KIWI (COR!S & azupubschool)
tomad
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OZ Crew are:
zico
O.T.A.
degg
Thank you. First of all, don’t tell yourself you don’t have the talents. Remain levelheaded of your capabilities, but don’t limit yourself by saying you can’t do something. You’re not going to be as good as me because you’re never going to be as good as this person or that person. Be as good as yourself can be and work hard towards that. Don’t get too caught up in what others are doing and focus on those with a similar approach who can also be critical and honest of your work.
It feels like an abstract thing to say, but when I started this project I wasn’t myself. When you slowly get used more to your craft you learn better what you want to say and how you want to say it. It takes time to do so, and while that time may a trivial intangible amount, the more you work on it the more you can reflect it on later and see what’s improved.
I used to not be good at talking to people either, and I still suffer in remaining in contact with friends and others. But if you want to run a label and do something that revolves around the management of time, you need to do it. It’s not something everyone is born with, so you need to learn it, it’s a skill to grow on.
Find the people you want to work with and make it happen. I didn’t know what I was doing with Zoom Lens when I started it. Sure, I had a vague idea, but mostly I just jumped into it cause it was something I wanted to do and I knew if I didn’t then it just would never happen. Make mistakes and just do it. I’m still doing it.

Thank you. First of all, don’t tell yourself you don’t have the talents. Remain levelheaded of your capabilities, but don’t limit yourself by saying you can’t do something. You’re not going to be as good as me because you’re never going to be as good as this person or that person. Be as good as yourself can be and work hard towards that. Don’t get too caught up in what others are doing and focus on those with a similar approach who can also be critical and honest of your work.

It feels like an abstract thing to say, but when I started this project I wasn’t myself. When you slowly get used more to your craft you learn better what you want to say and how you want to say it. It takes time to do so, and while that time may a trivial intangible amount, the more you work on it the more you can reflect it on later and see what’s improved.

I used to not be good at talking to people either, and I still suffer in remaining in contact with friends and others. But if you want to run a label and do something that revolves around the management of time, you need to do it. It’s not something everyone is born with, so you need to learn it, it’s a skill to grow on.

Find the people you want to work with and make it happen. I didn’t know what I was doing with Zoom Lens when I started it. Sure, I had a vague idea, but mostly I just jumped into it cause it was something I wanted to do and I knew if I didn’t then it just would never happen. Make mistakes and just do it. I’m still doing it.

zoomlens:

Poom Gems [ZLMT-20]

Today marks April 1st. The day that ZOOM LENS officially becomes #POOMGEMS. We hope you appreciate our change in clientele and that you read the YELP review provided in the images above.

A full tracklist is posted as well, featuring many “gems” by that of our artists. Including covers by Scatman John, slap bass versions of Meishi Smile, Eifel 65, vocaloid, nu-metal, nightcore and trap.

Real gems. Real poom. #POOMGEMS

Enjoy and download over here: http://zoom-lens.org/zlmt_20.html