Artist info

Genre

Dance, Electronic, Hip Hop, Indie, Metal, Pop, Punk, Rock


Sounds like

Cheap imitation of artists from eras gone by. , Simple diatonic Pop tunes


band members

The first book I ever read of my own volition was Albert Camus' 'The Outsider'. I read this book because my hero Robert Smith of The Cure had written "Killing an Arab" based of this book. Needless to say, both the book and The Cure have left an indelible mark on my psyche and there is always a hint of The Cure in the music I make. Like many songwriters, I've taken this idea of using books as inspiration for music along with people, films and the world around us. Thanks for stopping by and take care out there.


Influences

Cure, Bowie, Pixies, Talking Heads, Tv on Radio, Two Door Cinema, Foals, Wombats, short pop tunes,, Hungry Ghosts


Bio

The first book I read of my own volition was Albert Camus' 'The Outsider'. Robert Smith of The Cure had written "Killing an Arab" inspired by the book. 'The Outsider' and 'The Cure' have left an indelible mark on my psyche and there is always a hint of The Cure in the music I make. Like many songwriters, I use books as inspiration for music along with people, films and the world around us.

The track 'Hold Me' is a direct imitation of another artist I quite liked, Lou Reed. I still remember listening to 'All Tomorrow's Parties' by 'the Velvet Underground' and thinking it was very cool, though, that might have been 200 years ago. Thanks for stopping by and take care out there.