Check out my new instrumental song, which was completely inspired by the new Korg MS-20 synth I recently added to my arsenal.
The synth came in as a DIY kit, so I decided to film a time-lapse of the assembly process.
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As ever, I welcome comments and feedback. Interested in picking up a copy of the tune for yourself? Buy “Molten Glass Factory” as a digital download.
Wonderland is here. What an effort it’s been!
While Wonderland is a solo album, it is unmistakably a collaborative effort. Featured on the album are twenty-six other musicians, most of whom I’ve worked with in other groups. These performers are: Carlos Adames (cajon, percussion), Glenn Asch (viola), Kaita Bliffert (vocals), Michael “Bootz” Bootzin (guitar), David Burda (hurdy-gurdy), Stuart Dove (guitar), Jahmes Finlayson (claps), Aaron Gardner (sax, flute), “Doc” Jeff Green (guitar), Emily Jansen (vocals), Kirsten Jermé (cello), Matan Koplin-Green (drum kit), Jeremy Kuzniar (drum kit), Marie Kuzniar (violin), Annan Lomotey (organ), Augustin Magdinier (drum kit), Colin O’Brien (banjo, shoe-clad feet), Julio Pabon (percussion), Dumah Saafir (claps), Oumar Sagna (percussion), David Stocker (throat voice, percussion), Kristin Urban (vocals), David Wake (organ), Holly Wake (vocals), Jodi Westmore (vocals), and Matthew Wilson (guitar).
Give it a listen below!
The Kickstarter project to fund my debut album is a success, with 189 backers pledging $5,732! Essentially, the project was overfunded to 114% of my original goal! This generous outpouring touches my heart, and I thank all of my supporters. I am eager to continue this process, and I will be scheduling time to record musicians in the coming weeks.
OnMilwaukee.com’s Bobby Tanzilo did a write-up about my Kickstarter project. Check it out.