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Lately I've been working on recording an EP of a combination of songs that range in style from Americana and Folk to Rock and Folk Rock.
Why this name?
Are you kidding?
Do you play live?
I'm not playing live again yet, but who knows about the future.
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
I don't pay too much attention to the music industry but the internet has become an amazing place to find music posted by people from all around the world. I feel like the music you can find on the internet now recorded by indie bands and unsigned artists is some of the most exciting music ever available to us.

It's raw, it's homemade, it's genuine and beautiful. It's uninhibited musical expression that we would never get to hear if it weren't for the internet and the global community the internet has fostered.
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
That sounds complicated.
Band History:
There is no band right now actually. It's just me in my little home studio with a few guitars and microphones and assorted fun instruments.
Your influences?
Musical influences for me have been far and wide to include all cultures known and some relatively unknown. From American Rock to ancient Vedic chanting. From Mozart to the music of the streets of Rabat. I love motown, r&b, ethnic music from around the world(Anoushka Shankar blows my mind), rock n roll, swing, country, ancient choral compositions like Hildegard Von Bingen's arrangements, the list never ends.
Favorite spot?
Sevilla, Spain
Equipment used:
Martin, Fender, Washburn, Yamaha and Dean guitars, voice, hand percussion and effects percussion. Tibetan and Japanese bowls, crystal bowls, harp and Native American flute. The list goes on. Right now I'm heavily into experimenting with how many different ways a person can use antique electronics in recording. Tubes are so nice. Noisey, but nice.
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