MIDI Controlled Addiction
MIDI Controlled Addiction is my debut album featuring acid jazz, drum and bass, trip-hop and deephouse grooves. This is a collection of songs that I had been working on for a number of years. Even though many of these songs were created years ago, I chose to wait until I felt the time was right to share my music publicly. MIDI Controlled Addiction is the starting point of this process.
Nice and Soft and Smooth was a lot of fun to create. It got its start from the flute melody. The flute melody originally started as the synth. I wanted to come up with a compliment to the synth and thought a flute would be Continue reading →
Inspiration happens in weird ways. Late at night, messing with my virtual drum machine, Redrum, I was feeling cooped up. So at 2 AM, I headed down to my local Steak ’n’ Shake. I walked in with my electronics backpack strung over my shoulder and the waitress asked “Booth or a table?” I motioned towards my Continue reading →
I decided to give Pathway to Sarasota its name and its idea based on a certain pathway I’d used to drive from Bradenton, Florida to Sarasota, Florida. It ain’t long, about a 20-30 minute journey. When I was going to be driving during sunset or anytime at night to Sarasota, I chose to drive this Continue reading →
I started with the idea of a 20-something beautiful black chick from the 60’s or 70’s. Long flowing dress, carefree, spiritual. Counterculture but conservative at the same time. I then imagined a 20-something chick like Continue reading →
I wanted to create Department of Corrections to sorta’… uplift people if that makes any sense. I wanted to create a song that if you happened to be listening to a playlist while driving and you were kinda’ in a bad mood… traffic, heat, bumpy road, whatever and Department of Corrections came on, your Continue reading →