My new song “Keepsake” is out now and it’s a collaboration with up-and-coming Bay Area artist Arula. The song also features hypnotic percussion by Drumspyder, and Oud by World music virtuoso, Jef Stott. Drawing from our unique musical backgrounds we felt inspired to create a track that is both fun and evocative as well as haunting and prayerful, an anthem to the earth that we feel celebrates the dualities of both the masculine and feminine archetypes. “Keepsake” is a call to action to be better stewards of the earth as well as a celebration to remember our capacity to create change. The beautiful artwork is by the visionary artist Olivia Curry. Stream/DL the song to your favorite platform HERE!
I’m now offering mastering and mixing services as well as “1 on 1” Ableton online coaching via Zoom. I’ve been mastering for 7 years and mixing for more than twice that that. I’ve been offering Ableton workshops for 5 years and now and I’m really excited about the opportunity to give personalized Ableton training to others. For mixing and mastering please send an email to my manager at firstname.lastname@example.org and for Ableton coaching please go to my Gravitas Create artist page HERE. Check out my webinar with Gravitas Create below for some music production tips!
New remix out that I produced for Dub FX for his song “Fire Every Day” that’s out on the RE-LEAF compilation on Abandoned Building records. This is a benefit album that supports the legal defenses for cannabis prisoners. It’s exclusively on the label’s website but will be out on all platforms in the near future. So many great artists are a part of this including CloZee, Trevor Hall, Sidecar Tommy, and many others. Check out the entire comp HERE and stream the remix HERE
I’m so stoked about my new sample pack that is out now on Gravitas Create! It features samples from all of the songs on the EP and the remixers which include SOOHAN, Zebbler Encanti Experience, and Dissolv. It’s available via donation and there are 117 samples and 5 Ableton racks. Download it HERE