Inferno EP with Icarus Moth and Luke Aymon

An integrated visual album of the up-and-coming artist, entirely surrounded by the work of The Divine Comedy’s Inferno, (Dante Alighieri, c. 1350) In collaboration with notable EDM producer Icarus Moth, master producer and sound engineer Luke Aymon, composer and guitarist Joe Asprea, and other New York artists and producers. Each song is meant to encapsulate a literal and allegorical understanding of each of the different circles of Hell as described by Dante in the historic epic, while also relating the universal feel of each level into a modern world of depression, desensitization, and mediocrity. Sounds of the album integrate a multitude of styles and genres, ranging from harsh metallic drums, to medieval musical modes and scales, and operatic vocals that float atop differentiated chaos.




Ice v4.4.mp3GEM
00:00 / 02:13
Alabaster SkiesGEM
00:00 / 03:00

Direct-To-Vinyl Session with Leesta Vall Sound Recordings

In partnership with Leesta Vall Studios, I was able to record my very own Live Session on September 6th, 2019, exclusively via preorder

How it works:

Leesta Vall Recording cuts a 7" lathe cut vinyl record of a song of your choosing for each person that orders between now and the session date.  No two records will be the same and only ONE copy of each will be made.  Your record will include a one-of-a-kind performance from the band (and myself), cut specifically for you, with a handwritten note just for you that includes the official track list for the upcoming electronic EP AND exclusive insight on some other upcoming deals I’m in the process of making. And, you choose the song!  Just choose from the list on their site, and we will even deliver a personal message right on the record before we go into YOUR performance ...pretty special!
Quantities and time are limited, so don't sleep on this one.... 
Special thank you to Sam Martucci Photo, who’s BEAUTIFUL photograph will be the promo art for this session.

More info:
Our limited edition lathe cut record releases are made on a modified antique record cutting lathe from the 1950's. Each record is handmade, one at a time, in real time, by a real person.