A story told in musical stream of consciousness…

Electric

The reason for my absence…


I’ve been hard at work over the past couple of months or so working on some new music. The video above is a sample of what will be coming from one of those projects: the hollow threads
The video is a short stop motion animation, time lapse photography, and another sort of stop motion at the end. Enjoy.

We will be releasing more music and video soon, so stay tuned.

I’ve also been collaborating with Patrick Joseph on his music. He is an extremely talented singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist, and his debut album was just released this week.
You can get a copy here: Antiques
or, if you are in LA, head over to Amoeba music for a copy. You can also find him on facebook and stream the album here. It is a great album, and we will be working closely over the coming months to bring his live show to life, and we will also be doing some other cool things that you will want to look out for.

So there is movement. And I am busy with music, I unfortunately haven’t been as active with this blog as I would like. But now that things are in motion a bit more with the previously mentioned projects, I will update here about what is going on and start posting musical stream of consciousness again (I hope).

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Duo w/Scott Jones II


Improv duo w/ Scott Jones II by lifetrackedinsound


Undo (Bjork Cover)


The original:

And my version:
Undo (Bjork Cover) by lifetrackedinsound

This is about two years old, just thought I’d share it here. It was recorded live at my senior recital at USC.


Duo w/Scott Jones


Improv duo with Scott Jones by lifetrackedinsound

I little free form improvisation with my friend, Scott Jones, on drums! Something new for the blog. A collaboration, and I believe the first entry of me on electric guitar. You’ll hear drums, a nice ambient shimmer over the top of everything (a loop I made on the fly), and a lead guitar line.

I have a few of these from the last time we got together, and will post them as the days go by. I’ve been really wanting to get some collaborative stuff up here, so big thanks to Scott for recording our jam and sending me the files.