I am proud to announce a really cool placement of my track “There and Back” in the Investigation Discovery show Homicide Hunter: Lt. Joe Kenda. “There and Back” is featured in the score of episode 6 of season 7 “Jeckyll and Hyde”.
Homicide Hunters showcases major cases from the career of retired Colorado Springs Detective Joe Kenda. Full Episodes are available for streaming on the Investigation Discovery Website
The newly released video for Dylan Owen’s single, directed by Brian Petchers, perfectly captures the nostalgic, and heartfelt message of the song. So proud to have produced this instrumental, alongside Skinny Atlas. Shout out to the songs mix engineer Billy Centenaro, for making my acoustic guitar sound so good!
“Touch Me” is the second single off of I’m Desperate For You by Motteo
As described by the artist, “Maybe you know this pattern as well as I do: you go out on countless dates and happy hours and house parties and coffees for months/years and yet you still go home alone feeling unwanted. Eventually, you settle for dispirited promiscuity with someone you’ve met online. The modern dating cycle. Anyway, these songs are a sort of articulation of that loneliness and angst. I’d call it the modern deficit of intimacy.”
It’s a cool experience when a music placement helps you learn about a sub-culture that you didn’t know existed.
My track “Junior’s Blues” has gotten a lot of love recently from the Discovery Network, and was featured on Episodes 9 and 10 of the series “Vegas Rat Rods”
I’ve learned that rat rods are the grittier, no-frills cousin to hot rods. As described on Wikipedia, “Originally, rat rods were a counter-reaction to the high-priced ‘customs’ and typical hot rods, many of which were seldom driven and served only a decorative purpose. The rat rod’s inception signified a throwback to the hot rods of the earlier days of hot-rod culture—built according to the owner’s abilities and with the intention of being driven. Biker, greaser, rockabilly, psychobilly, and punk sub-cultures are often cited as influences that shaped rat rodding.”
Motteo is an emerging alt-pop artist releasing his first EP, I’m desperate for you, in summer 2019. Set to punchy synth textures with catchy pop melodies, Motteo writes about a deficit of intimacy. Fascinated by intimacy and relationships, the artist writes about his experience and what he’s witnessed in modern dating and social/online life.
I worked with Motteo in NYC in late 2018 developing his demos into fully produced songs. I also produced the vocal recording sessions and edited and mixed the EP’s vocals.
The first single off the EP is “Desperate”, which explores anxious longing for lost love.
I have worked with Dylan Owen since 2006. He is one of the most unique and original voices in indie music. I was really happy to work with him on the single “Fingerprints” from his latest album Holes in our Stories.
I performed acoustic guitar on the track and produced the instrumentation alongside upstate New York’s producer extraordinaire, Skinny Atlas.
I’m really proud to have written the score for Archaeologists in Teotihuacan on the Arizona PBS show Catalyst. Catalyst is a science and technology program highlighting research at Arizona State University. This episode focuses on the contributions of student researches as they map an ancient Mexican city, and gain insight into the culture of the Teotihuacan.
My score features flutes, marimba, and percussion paired with electronic textures.
I had the awesome pleasure of composing the new theme song for the Arizona PBS show Catalyst. The theme features Adele Etheridge Woodson as co-producer and violinist. Catalyst airs Wednesdays at 9:00 on Arizona PBS.
My indie-pop track Down The Way is available now for licensing via the UK based POKE Label. POKE is a boutique music library focusing on fun, quirky and intelligent production music. Down The Way features up-tempo electric guitars, bells and vocals. Enjoy!