Saturday, December 31, 2022

Auld Lang sine keyboard cover

 Here's a little something for the New Year my own little rendition of Auld Lang Sine Enjpy & happy New Year

Auld Lang Sine Keybaord cover - YouTube

DJ Interviews: Dylan Steele of Smoking Cola

 Here's my interview with Dylan Steele of Smoking Cola

How'd you get started in music?
My entire life I have pretty much been surrounded by music. My parents are/were both singers and musicians of various levels of success and, for most of my life, my dad was a radio DJ - in fact, I like to say I literally grew up in radio stations. As far as playing music, I started playing bass in high school, which led to a few bands in my 20s and early 30s, where I branched out to guitar and vocals. Then life went in a few different directions, kids and such entered the picture, and now I am basically restarting in my late 40s with a completely different sound.

Who are your inspirations or influences?
My influences are crazy diverse - literally everything from Johnny Cash to Bob Dylan (who I am actually named after) to The Clash to Psychedelic Furs to Run D.M.C. to Metallica to Pearl Jam to The Roots to St. Vincent. I could sit here all day listing musicians and bands and still miss half of them, so let's just say everything from Anthrax to Robert Zimmerman. I like to think that, if anything sets me apart, it is that I am not afraid to use any of these influences for inspiration, so even a simple acoustic song might have a bit of a metal riff, a little groove or verse that makes you bob your head, and something weird and experimental in it.

My other big influences are my kids - when you have people who love you so unconditionally, it's easy to stop caring what other people think. Also, singing bedtime songs every night for several years is a great way to incorporate some vocal practice into your life, haha.

What advice would you offer aspiring performers?
I can really only offer what has worked for me, so I would say learn how to practice and know who you are. As far as practice goes, you should, of course, practice your instrument or your voice, but you should also practice performing. Either way, make sure you are practicing the right way for what you are trying to accomplish. For example, if I am practicing guitar, my goals are being smooth and accurate, so I practice extremely slowly, with a metronome, and focus on building muscle memory and things like that. But if I am practicing performing, I am setting up a small live rig and focusing on playing each song all the way through, playing through mistakes (no stopping mid-song during a performance!), and anything else that might come up during a gig. It sounds like a sports cliche, but you play how you practice, so always keep that in mind. Oh, and record everything so you can listen back later - that is seriously crucial.

The other part is knowing who you are - I spent years dealing with crippling doubt about whether I was good enough or what my goals were, much less if I was going to achieve them. It took many years of work to get to a point where I felt comfortable enough to play the music I wanted to play, not what I thought people wanted me to play. Once I made that change in my mindset, everything started feeling more creative and honest and, somewhat surprisingly, the feedback has followed. People seem to like my weird, honest music more than the stuff I used to make trying to be popular.

How do you set yourselves apart from other bands or singers?
I think I answered part of this when I was talking about my influences, but I don't honestly worry about it too much - I guess I trust in my own weirdness and individuality. I do think I am unafraid to take chances and combine genres. Another factor there is that I'm, like, 98% self-taught in everything from performing, songwriting, singing, and producing, so there is a lot of rule breaking involved, whether or not it's a conscious decision. Basically I am just trying to play the music I hear in my head, so I just trust that it will sound like me eventually. Everyone is different, so just be yourself and you'll always be different, right?

Any new gigs or albums in the future?
I have big plans for 2023! I have a self-produced single that should be ready to release in the next month or so, but my main goal for this year is to recruit some other musicians and record a good 4-6 song E.P. in a studio. I have recorded in studios with my past bands, but it was never to record MY music, so that is something I would really like to do this year. I love the DIY ethos, but when you play every instrument it is hard to keep everything from sounding the same. I miss the magic moments that happen when you play with other musicians.

I would like to start playing live this year in my local area (I am based outside of Baltimore, which has a BANGIN' punk scene, by the way), even if that is just a few opening slots later in the year. I would also like to start doing some live performances online, probably on my YouTube channel ( ). Of course, everything I do is very DIY and each song involves also creating artwork, merch, and a video when possible, so it is a lot of work. Follow me on Twitter (@smokincola) to keep up with everything!

Wednesday, December 28, 2022

DJ Interviews Mark Nichols

 Heres my intervew with singer Mark Nichols

How'd you get started in music?
I started making music back in 2011 when I picked up my brother's second-hand guitar. I learned some simple chords and tried to play songs by artists like johnny cash, green day, and fleet foxes. After I got bored making covers, I inevitably tried writing my own songs and recorded 2 folk/pop albums between 2012 and 2016. I had always liked rap music but it wasn't until 2017 where I really tried to make my own and in the years after that it became my main (and eventually only) focus.

Who are your inspirations or influences?
Early into making music, some of my main influences were the other musicians in the small online community around me that would encourage me whenever I made something new (despite it being kind of awful). I really looked up to Dan Bull, Dopey Ziegler, and Rustage as I was trying to make rap work seriously - if they made it work then so can I, right? Musically, my biggest influences right now are Run the Jewels, Kanye West, Denzel Curry, Kenny Beats, and a handful of the smaller artists that I'm lucky enough to work with.

What advice would offer aspiring performers?
Whatever creative field it is that you want to become skilled in, you cannot make progress unless you START CREATING. I get the question "how should I start writing anime raps" all the time in my comment section, twitter replies, and twitch chat and the advice is always the same - START WRITING! Look at what the artists you like are doing, recognise what it is you like about them, and figure out how you could do something like that too.

How do you set yourselves apart from other bands or singers?
One thing that people often tell me is that I have a wide variety in my tracks. I bounce between a lot of different genres week-to-week and pull from different inspirations, so my tracks are difficult to predict stylistically. I'm always aiming to evolve every time I put pen to paper (metaphorically speaking, I write lyrics on my PC...).

Any new gigs or albums in the future?

I'm hoping to do some live shows at conventions in the near future as soon as lockdown restrictions begin lifting and it feels safe to do so. In the meantime, I have a brand new album available just about everywhere called Were-Bear Part 1 (Day). It's a light-hearted slightly comedic and slightly serious 8-track album I've been working on for a long time now. Part 2 (Night) will be coming out April 30th and serves as a darker counterpoint to this first album. I hope there's something on there you'll enjoy!

DJ Interviews: Adrian Earnshaw

 Here's my interview with singer Adrian Earnshaw

How'd you get started in music?

I probably had an unconventional start to getting involved in music composition, particularly electronic music. As an 11 year old I was sat at the back of my local church listening to the organist. After many weeks of listening, I started to have the ambition to become an organist. Long story short, I've been the organist and music director at that same church for the last 25 years.

Alongside learning the organ I got sucked into the world of Berlin School electronic music, in other words the world of Tangerine Dream, Kraftwek et al. Mix this with a sprinkling of Jean-Michel Jarre and my journey into the enticing world of electronic music began. This eduction enabled me to start creating my own soundscapes that move between pure ambient to more melodic electronic music. These have been released on all good digital streaming platforms.

As my website indicates, I'm perhaps the only composer on the planet that can take you to church and space - literally!

Who are your inspirations or influences?

I gave the game away on this a little earlier. My main influences have been Tangerine Dream, Jean-Michel Jarre, but you can also add Vangelis and Mike Oldfield to this mix. I tend to take ideas from all sorts of areas of music, and my music collection goes from Gregorian Chant to Classical Music, a little stop off in the electronic music world, and then on through to Symphonic Metal and Hard Rock. So you could say that my influences are very eclectic.

I do have to say that as a child, I was really into astronomy and still keep a light interest in this area. Just the sheer thought of the expanse that we sit in and what sights the new probes and telescopes from NASA have shown us has given me endless inspiration with my music.

What advice would you offer aspiring performers?

Never compare yourself to others, always compare yourself to you. If you have improved 1% from yesterday, that's progress that you should cherish and grow up on. In respect of live performance, remember that the people at the venue are there to listen to you, they want you to do well, so relax and enjoy the shared experience

How do you set yourselves apart from other bands or singers?

This is a hard one, but by taking influences from different contrasting areas of the music spectrum I have developed my own sound. This has developed over a very long period of time and didn't happen overnight. My music has sequenced patterns that drift in and out of the music and keeps the listener engaged on the cosmic journey that unfolds.

Any new gigs or albums in the future?

I have a follow up album to Cosmic Voyager Vol.1 coming out early in 2023. Although I don't play my compositions in a live setting, I will be broadcasting a few live streams in this coming year. This is going to be new experience for me especially as some of these will be live impromptu compositions. Although I am quite regular at uploading to YouTube, I haven't really done any truly live sessions. So, exciting times ahead for 2023.

Friday, December 23, 2022

DJ Interviews: Slower The Band

Heres my interview with Slower The Band as each member took time to answer some of  the questions Enjoy


1. Most of my family members play an instrument, so as long as I kept my eyes and ears open it was bound to happen. 

2. Just any artist who pushes themselves creatively while still having a rawness and emotional quality to their music - that can get lost sometimes when you're trying to make something experimental. Bjork is someone I admire most for getting that balance right for so long. 

3. That being a perfectionist is a good thing if you're in a band - but I think if you're an artist on your own it's impossible to get anything done. When the guys in the band start to look comfortable with the song and say how they feel about it, that collaboration gets things finished. So if you're an obsessive eejit like me, collaborate! 

4. I don't really think that's possible - the best we can do is take our range of influences and blend them together. Maybe in our area there's no one like us, but then I haven't listened to every band in a 5 mile radius. 

5. We plan to release body pillows of ourselves, as well as Nightcore remixes of the singles. 


Answers 1. When I was about 8 my dad showed me a video of hawkwind at a festival he had been to. I thought playing guitar looked so cool so I decided to play guitar and from then on I’ve been doing music. 

2. It changes all the time! At the moment it’s Black Country new road but bands like new order, shortwave set and loads of dub reggae that I was brought up on have influenced me when writing music. 3. Don’t take it too seriously. I used to get really nervous before playing live about making mistakes but really nobody will notice just do the best you can and have fun. 

4. I’m not really sure that you can do that. Any performer is always taking influence from other bands what they do well and trying to add that to their own performance in some way. It’s hard to set yourself apart from other bands or singers because you will always be similar in some way the best thing to do is try and be yourself really. 

5. Hopefully in the new year for gigging and we have recorded two other singles to come out in 2023 as well and we would love to do an album hopefully some time in the future. 


Answers 1. When I was 14 a friend randomly asked for me to make a band with him for the schools battle of the bands and told me to play drums, it never happened but I had the idea of playing drums in my head from then on. I seen a full drum kit in Costco and told my dad I wanted one for Christmas, luckily on Christmas Day I walk downstairs to a bit Liverpool red one and the rest is history… 

2. I like artists who don’t stick to the same sound they push themselves out of there comfort zone. I was brought up on Van Morrison, The Who, Lightening seeds and ABBA. But my biggest influences are The Beatles, Arctic monkeys, Jimmy Eat World, the black keys and a not very well known band Deaf Havana. I love all kinds of music tho, I’m obsessed with Eminem and at the moment I love a band called kid kapichi. 

3. If you really love it you should try to put absolutely everything into it, try make connections, network and practice whenever you have the spare time. You shouldn’t compare yourself to anyone and try be confident in your own ability don’t put yourself down, just try to enjoy every second. 

4. I think every band is influenced by someone and takes certain styles or sounds. But I do feel that we test ourselves creatively and lots of our songs sound completely different to each other which is rare because most bands find a sound they like and stick to it. We have one song that sounds like queens of the Stone Age and then suddenly we’re playing a song that sounds like talking heads. 

5. Hopefully in the new year we’ll start gigging supporting some big bands and build an audience. It’ll be great to do a sell out headline when we’re ready to promote one of our singles that will be out for the new year too. I’d love to play some festivals during the summer and play more cities outside Liverpool that I haven’t played before. Would love to release an album as well get it on a sexy vinyl. 


1 When I was a wee lad, my older brother started learning the guitar and writing music. He inspired me to do the same so I started learning myself. I also came across other musically interested people in school so it just took off from there really. 

2 Oh there are loads, I feel I like most music genres and am very open minded to new artists and styles. My favourites I keep coming back to though have got to be Daft Punk, Radiohead, talking heads and Dua Lipa to name a few. 

3 My advice would be to regularly practice your instrument, and with the band, but importantly do it to have fun. I used to put a lot of pressure on myself sometimes when performing live or practicing, when really, you're there to enjoy it and make some boss tunes. 

4 I don't think you can really, I think you're always going to be influenced by varies artists when making music whether you do it consciously or not. Though I do think we as a band try and test ourselves and push our limits by trying different sounds and things. 

5 Yeah, we plan on gigging more soon and start getting our name out there, we also wanna release some other singles we have recorded and will do it soon ™

Thursday, December 22, 2022

DJ Interviews: Keith Shaw

 Here's my interview with singer, Keith Shaw

1) How'd you get started in music?
I didn't start playing guitar like a lot of people do in their youth. My music journey came much later in my 40's. I was determined to learn how to play and purchased a guitar without knowing a note or a chord! I played with a band for about 9 years and then had to stop. I didn't do anything musically for years, until about 8 years ago. In my second incarnation, I started to write original music and lyrics and in 2017, started recording. Since then, I've produced a number of singles and 2 albums that have been aired worldwide.

2) Who are your inspirations or influences?
My influences are always changing! Most recently, I have been inspired by singer-songwriters like Bob Dylan, Keb' Mo', Robert Johnson and other blues / americana style players. Who knows who it could be in 2023. But, I am most comfortable in the singer-songwriter pocket.

3) What advice would you offer aspiring performers?
Learn to write music and lyrics. Build relationships with radio stations and shows if you create recordings and want to get them out there. Watch out for the scammers that want your money and promise the world. Be patient.

4) How do you set yourselves apart from other bands or singers?
Writing music and lyrics I think is my biggest way in creating my own space. When I do play live, 95% of my sets are my original music. I'm quite proud that I can fill a 2 to 3 hour show with my own songs.

5) Any new gigs or albums in the future?
My second album, "Tacos and Beer" was just released on 15 December 2022 with the title track beginning to get airplay on radio and of course all the streaming services, etc. I have approximately 20-25 songs in my portfolio with some that should start to come together for an album in 2023. Performance-wise, I did quite a decent number of shows and local festivals in 2022, while recording "Tacos and Beer". I'm actually looking to step back and focus on just writing and recording as my primary focus. The creation of a new song, and taking that all through the production, engineering, and marketing is where my comfort zone is. But, things could change as they tend to do.

Tuesday, December 20, 2022

DJ Interviews: ISEE

 Here's my interview with singer, ISEE


2:20 AM (5 hours ago)
to me
1-how’d i get started
my friend around a year ago started producing beats for fun. When i saw how proud of his stuff he was i told myself i had to try. I honestly needed purpose in life too and saw the opportunity to fill that space i went for it as consistantly as i could. Now its just a must do for everyday 

Id have to say post malone for his easygoing vibe and oliver francis. Oliver francis made me feel my own memories in a nostalgic way through several of his songs. What i felt from his music was real.i work everyday on music trying to make music that makes me feel like his music does

Hate yourself all you want but never stop. When i started id depress over the fact that my music sucked but maybe an hour later id be making beats again. Just keep doing it like you need it to breathe

4-what makes me original:
I mean besides the fact that im a french canadian making music in english, id say simply that ive always been unique in what i do.

5-next gig or album?:
working a lot on marketing these days but i got a single comming thats going to hype tf outta anyone going FUBAR

Monday, December 19, 2022

DJ Interviews: Oloye Coldman

 Here's my interview with Oloye Coldman

How'd you get started in music?  singer, 
- Started from high school over 20 years ago and I’m still here. 

Who are your inspirations or influences?
- God is my inspiration & I’m being influenced by the things I go through, things happening around me & different stories I hear or read about. 

What advice would you offer aspiring performers?
- They should first discover themselves, stay focused & never give up. 

How do you set yourselves apart from other bands or singers? 
- My lyrics, my style of music, my voice, my style. 

Any new gigs or albums in the future? 
- Most definitely. 

Sunday, December 18, 2022

DJ Interviews": Pretty Tony Global

 Here's my interview with singer, Pretty Tony Global

Saturday, December 17, 2022

DJ Interviews: Eric Spence of Letters To Mercy

 Here's my interview with songwriter/performer Eric Spence of the band, Letters To Mercy

I got my start in music at an early age, after watching my father play his guitar when I was 10 It was all to clear to me that music was my true love because of the emotional connection it gave to me.

My inspirations are raw feelings and how I see the world as it is presented to me distorted or honest.My influences are the Cure, David Bowie, Prince and B.R.M.C.

My advice to other performers is to make sure you are always engaged w your audience and remember no matter what happens to never stop.Also remember it's a show so make it something  that they wont forget.

How do I set myself apart from other musicians, well I can start by astablishing my own genre of music NewCenturyPopGlam. Also I don't follow the trends necessarily I do my own thing because if its good then it will hold its own regardless. My fans appreciate that more than just fitting in,I believe.

New shows and releases
I have no shows planned as of yet for 2023
I have been working on a select bunch of cover songs that I will be releasing as well as new material for the new year and hope to get you into NewCenturyPopGlam. 

Friday, December 16, 2022

DJ Interviews Ed Mahalik

 Heres my interview with musician Ed Mahalik

As a kid I took guitar lessons but my friends were playing football so I quit the guitar and joined the football team. A few years later I joined the marching band as a bass drummer but again quit to play sports. I had an old Gibson Firebird that was a gift from my uncle that I took with me when I moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in film. My neighbor taught me the Blues scale and I practice it and make up little riffs for relaxation. I'm not a musician but I do write songs and make music videos. 

My influences are more in the film world but when it comes to music I will say Black Sabbath, Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd, Aerosmith and Kiss.

My advice for aspiring performer's is to do your thing but be open to collaborations and or advice from other artists. 

I set myself apart by listening to or watching other's work and learn what works and doesn't work to use in my own creations.

In the near future I plan to release an experimental short film that has elements of a music video. Myself, John Liverani and Trey Sucillo wrote the lyrics for the main song that the film is built around. The music is by Honey Bone Rush featuring Trey Sucillo of Sin Seer and Adam Hyman. It is a live action boxing film called "Tough Man."

Thursday, December 15, 2022

DJ Interviews: Titanosuar

 Here's my interview with band, Titanosaur

Wednesday, December 14, 2022

DJ Interviews: Marianne Kesler

 Here's my interview with  musician, Marianne Kesler 

I have a background in classical viola, plus am a self taught guitar player. My mother loved singing and taught me to sing and harmonize together. Later on,
my name was selected in a nationwide drawing that I had signed up for where the first prize was a week long intensive songwriting school called Doulos and the op to record an album of covered tunes (songs written by other artists). 
It was a wonderful learning experience, and once I had an album, I started getting invitations to play out. I would perform songs from the album plus the songs I had written. The audiences seemed to really affirm my original songs. These small beginnings launched a busy season of touring the US, plus two 
international tours in the Netherlands and Australia, plus 6 CD projects.  

Who are your inspirations or influences?
As far as my singer-songwriter influences, I was rooted in the folk music scene. 
In writing and performing I have expanded my sound to incorporate folk & pop, as well as a touch of rock. I think the folk base is still underneath the sound at some basic level. 
I love to describe my organic vibe as a quirky meeting between some of my favorite music artists: “Imagine if Joni Mitchell got together with Leonard Cohen for a writing session at the coffeehouse where Neil Young and Counting Crows were playing, folk artist Jan Krist was singing, Tori & Fiona were pouting, and Over The Rhine & Aimee Mann opened … Yeah, it sounds something like that!”

What advice would you offer aspiring performers?
I was told at the songwriting workshop I attended, to “develop a tough skin, but keep a soft heart”. That has been so helpful. I still struggle with jealousy and getting hurt by others within social media or the music industry, but I try fiercely to remain open and honest in my heart and to share my music in hopes it can bring a sense of encouragement to listeners and fellow strugglers.  

How do you set yourselves apart from other bands or singers?
I think sticking to “who I am” and allowing myself to be unique, not always in a particular genre box, helps. I am learning to do what I do best (songwriting, performing solo acoustic gigs) and simply keeping at it. 

Any new gigs or albums in the future?
Just got booked at 2nd St. Market again for January 15th! I love that venue! For several years in this digital age, I have been releasing songs as singles as I create them, rather than whole albums. I really miss the whole album concept, cover design, etc, but try to put my efforts into the recordings, plus videos to go with the songs. I just released “If I Could Fall Into The Skies” in October, and am working on a new one ‘just for fun’ called Katydid (a follow-up to one called Dragonfly, haha!) Also one in the writing stages called “Invisible.”

To check out her music  here are the following links below

Tuesday, December 13, 2022

DJ Interviews: Mike Power

 Here's my interview with singer, Mike Power

How'd you get started in music?

I recently found an old diary from when I was 15 and read about how I first learned to play guitar. My older brother was already playing and I was completely in love with music. As soon as I learned how to play a few chords, I started to write my own songs.


Who are your inspirations or influences?

My earliest influences were The Beatles and Bob Dylan and over the years I have found inspiration in almost every style of music from classical (Mozart) to jazz (Billie Holiday) to country (Hank Williams) to soul (Stevie Wonder) to Irish trad (The Chieftains) to hip-hop (Jay-Z).


What advice would you offer aspiring performers?

Don’t do it! Just kidding. Actually, the performance side of music is something that is unique to each individual. Some people love being in the spotlight while others suffer from terrible stage fright. For me, performance is secondary to recording. A great performance can be exciting, but a great recording is timeless. Kind of like the difference between sex and love.


How do you set yourselves apart from other bands or singers?

Intentionally or not, we all set ourselves apart. My experiences are different from anyone else’s, and I think that comes through in both my writing and playing. I draw from a unique well and even though I don’t know if the light reflecting up from my well provides illumination for anyone else, it is one of my strongest desires to find out if it does, or if it can.


Any new gigs or albums in the future?

I have no gigs planned right now but I am already working on a batch of songs for my next album. I have always preferred the studio to the stage. Over the years, I’ve been on stage a lot and will probably do more at some point. The last time I played live, in 2019, I rented a theater on 4th Street in the East Village and worked with a visual artist on images to project behind the stage while we performed. It was nice to put the songs on display and connect them with an audience. I have recorded two albums since then and would love to see if those newer songs can make any connections.

Monday, December 12, 2022

DJ Interviews: Kevin Bianchi of Vanishing Shores

 Here's my interview with singer, Kevin Bianchi of the band Vanishing Shores

How'd you get started in music?

 I have always been drawn to and inspired by music. I got into my Dad’s collection of records at an early age and listened for hours to the Beatles, Bob Dylan, the Beach Boys and so many others. I’ve always found music to be such a supernatural thing. It is something that is so full of mystery, but also has the infinite potential to heal and restore. I’ve been writing songs since I was 14, but I am still completely humbled and filled with a sense of wonder every time I write a song. No matter how many I write, each new song is like another undiscovered country to be traveled and cherished for its untamed beauty. For the last few years I have been focused on my Vanishing Shores band. Its a chance for me to record and perform with a whole community of dear friends and musicians. It has enabled me to be completely fearless and just create. No limits. I think my best songs are still yet to come. I can’t ever imagine a time where I don’t want to create and add beauty into the world. We need beauty now more than ever. To put down the phone and simply sit and listen to things of beauty and joy.

Who are your inspirations or influences?

I am influenced by everything around me. I try to keep my eyes and ears open. I want to be humble enough and awake enough to be moved by the stories and the people around me. I don’t like to be static. I do however think that connection is far more important as an artist with an audience than any dedicated pursuit of innovation. If I can connect with a song or a lyric, that means more to me than being the ‘first one’ to say it or play it that way. Connection is what defines success for me. If something moves you, that is success. I don’t want to lose sight of that truth. It is so easy to be frustrated with the current state of the music industry (and world for that matter). But I don’t want to lose joy by thinking I am entitled to something or deserve better. I want to focus exclusively on writing songs that connect with the listener and move them in real and lasting ways. I want them to feel like I am a fellow traveler, sharing the journey with them. If that is one listener or 5,000, I want to be grateful for each one. 

What advice would you offer aspiring performers?

My advice would simply be to write songs and make music that means something to you above all else. If it doesn’t move you, move on to something else until it does. Authenticity is not defined by style or genre, but by an individual’s heart and passion. If you fee it, its real. No-one can take that away from you or diminish it, so follow that and develop that in your own writing and performances. That is what makes an artist authentic and worthy of being heard. Fearlessly follow the things that move your heart and mind.

How do you set yourselves apart from other bands or singers?

I think what sets me apart is that I don’t try to be like anyone else. I simply try to be faithful to the gifts I have been given; the words and the melodies I have been inspirer and moved to create. I don’t have any desire to be a part of something that would try to make me something other than who I am. I don’t have any false sense that I should be popular or important. When success comes, it will only be because a song or a lyric meant something to the listener. It won’t be because of any external factor, it will only be because another heart has been drawn to it. I think that sets me apart in a way that brings about a freedom. A freedom that pursues beauty wherever it may lead. 

Any new gigs or albums in the future?

I am currently working to finish my next album that will be called, ‘Possible Light’. Its been a long journey to finish this album and I am very much looking forward to its completion and release into the world. I hope to have it released in the middle of 2023. 

We also have a livestream performance coming up on December 16th via YouTube.