NEW ALBUM! ....and, a new secret identity... shhhhh...
I've recently been working on an album of Final Fantasy covers with my good friend Lindsey Stirling! And guess what... it's finished.
However, game covers and geeky music embody a side of me that's slightly different from my "career" music, if you will. Thus I decided it was best to create a new identity dedicated specifically to that. And thus was born...
It only seemed appropriate that I should kick off my new super-hero-esque alter ego with the release of what could possibly be the geekiest thing ever... This album:
Don't be fooled though; I put my sweat into this thing. If you're into game music, and you like violin playing, this is for you.
And if you're interested in hearing more geeky covers and such, follow me on my new Facebook page!
The album is currently up for sale on iTunes, Bandcamp, Spotify, my new Youtube channel... basically everywhere. So if you like it, show some love and share it, buy it, etc and I'll definitely keep making more! Here's the first track of the album:
A new tune. Just for you.
Some tracks really don't have much to be said. This is just something I did, and it was fun.
Probably my new best track ever.
Every now and then I get to work on something that makes me forget to eat. This was one of those projects. It reminded me why I love writing music so much.
The song sung by the choir is something I wrote based on the first chapter of Isaiah. I got inspired to incorporate a gospel sounding choir in the background after playing Bioshock Infinite. Cause I'm nerdy like that. A huge thank you to the amazing Rebecca Lord for her flawless singing.
Upcoming Final Fantasy album with Lindsey Stirling!
The amazing and wonderfully talented Lindsey Stirling and I are working together to create an album of electronic-acoustic hybrid arrangements based on Final Fantasy game scores.
Because we're nerds. And everyone knows that nerdy is the new cool. Amirite? I think I'm right.
Here's the prelude, to give you an idea of the level of awesomeness we're going for:
You like it? Feel free to send me an email in the contact section and let me know what tracks you'd like us to do.