Happy New Year!
Anyone else pissed off? This year is gonna be something. If you're mad, don't let it cripple you. Go out and do something - protest, call the politicians who are supposed to represent you, make noise. Personally, I'm going to double down on my efforts and get more organized with my music and communication to you.
So, what's new?!
I'm releasing an album of ambient electronic music, "Through My Fingers to the Deep." It's music I composed for RAWdance two years ago and I've been sitting on it way too long. Probably some of the best stuff I've ever written. That comes out Friday, February 3, and will be available for purchase on Bandcamp here.
I'm also going to start scoring music for a documentary called "The Corridor," which highlights the first high school in the United States to be custom built inside an adult jail in San Francisco. It’s always an honor to be involved with projects I believe in.
Shortly after that I'll be working with RAWdance again on a piece that will premiere at the Yerba Buena Arts Festival this summer in San Francisco.
Lastly, if you are in San Francisco, please come to see The Hurd Ensemble perform this Friday at the Community Music Center. They will be premiering a piece entitled "Grace," which I composed with the ensemble's music director George Hurd for our Nightmare Light project. I've heard a version of it and it sounds amazing.