As UNglamorous as this is, one of my very first tracks was recorded in a bathroom. It was also before I met Chad and Dave, and before I really knew the many sub-genres of EDM… so all you trance fans out there, please be kind regarding this deep house oldie that I wrote back in 2007/2008 😉 No tuning, no headphones, no clue! Cheers to evolving as a musician!
It has been an interesting last few months with the completion of the Suther and Brista “fault lines” video and the opportunity for other projects. As a musician, many fans want me to continue putting out tracks. I get that, but I also enjoy doing other things related to the industry. For example, I’m going to a school next week to help teach the 3rd graders about song writing and lyric visualization. I also just finished a series of marketing videos for IBM, both speaking and singing for the project. The point is, as much as I love putting out new music, I truly enjoy sharing art with others, participating in new things, and putting myself outside the comfort zone. If you have an interesting project and would like me to get involved, reach out and let’s see what’s up!
Yes, I admit it has been a while… so it’s time for some new material. I’m writing, recording scratches, and testing out melody after melody. Out of 100 ideas, only 1 may stick, but at least that means you probably picked a good one 😉 Robert and I jammed on 2 new ideas yesterday and I have 2 scratches into Chad and Dave at the moment… good things are coming!
From yesterday’s shows, I have a few select looks that were the most fun. Whether we’re rockin wigs or trailing glitter, creativity in fashion is always fun… so here are a few of my favorites. If you have favorites from any of my Tritonal shows, feel free to send to send them to us! If they do indeed rock, I will post them 🙂
What inspires you? Lately I’ve been looking to current events, random encounters in Austin, foreign travel, and what I call “song surfing”. It’s funny how those muses change over time. Send me your latest inpirations (msg or photo) and they could get posted… and yes, of course I’ll give you credit! Who knows, you could help write the next tune.