At the end of April I met up with my good friends Lobo Marino at Satchidananda Ashram-Yogaville to record a collection of live kirtan music. We set up in a former schoolhouse and tracked these songs with members of the community filling in on group vocals and percussion, and the one and only Jessika Blanks joined up with us to lay down some violin tracks as well. We managed to get everything tracked within a day and then later incorporated some field recordings that Jameson and Laney had captured while in India. It was a pretty moving experience for me, and the songs ended up sounding lovely. Please give it a listen, and if you can manage, please pay whatever you want for the download as 100% of the online proceeds go to Vagdevi Children's Art School in India. Buying music only helps make more music. Thank you for listening.
Lobo marino - city of light
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I am a musician, engineer, luthier and audio/visual artist currently residing in
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You can find me on stage coaxing any number of sounds out of my homemade electric dulcitars in conjunction with assorted effects, looping mechanisms and sometimes sound reactive video projections.
You can find me behind the scenes recording the music of fellow Richmond area artists in a addition to my own musical works.
I also work full time for
Richmond Ballet as A/V supervisor and do freelance theatrical sound and projection design from time to time.