Life in its truest form is a kind of music; characterized by propulsive syncopated rhythms, polyphonic ensemble playing, varying degrees of improvisation, and often deliberate distortions of pitch and timbre. Implied is a series of balancing acts. It must always be disciplined -- but never driven -- by formulas, agendas, or sheet music. It must always be pushing outward, forward, upward -- and therefore, inevitably, against complacency. Slow To Speak exists to run parallel with life's music. Slow To Speak aims to offer its own distinctive melodies, rhythms without pretense and the entrapment of modern life. It is a groove that ignites passion -- hot beads of sexual excitement, a groove that is gravitational -- creating the sweet funk of action and influence. Slow to Speak is raw, convicting and at times uncomfortable -- setting itself apart as a media outlet subsisting on truth and its convictions.
slow to speak is taken from a Bible verse found in the book of James, 1:19. It reads, "be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to anger." This is the approach we are taking to compiling and sequencing music. It is one that begets genuine appreciation for the work, its presentation and the audience.