What’s Halloween without scary movies? And, what would those scary movies be like without their perfectly haunting soundtracks?
I couldn't believe the beauty and power of the sound of a guitar. I have grown so used to just "doing it myself" that I learn more and more instruments as I go. At first, it was a burden, but now it's a superpower.
I've written a children's album, a special CD for hospice, music for life coaching, songs about dementia, personal growth and transformation.
I moved to Japan and started playing a Japanese instrument called a Shamisen.
My music is primarily rock based - indie rock/alt rock in the main with a bit of heavy rock.
Espanglish is a four-piece band from Mexico City. They mix electronic, indigenous and latin music.
I grew up in a family that played and sang country music for fun, so I learned to love music and guitar at an early age.
My musical epiphany began in my early 50's when my daughter started showing some interest in writing her own songs.
I really felt the power of music and its ability to connect people from various backgrounds and ages.
I am just trying to compose and experiment a little every day.
I grew up loving music but when Michael Jackson's Thriller came out I knew that's what I had to do.
I love experimenting with sounds that normally wouldn't be selected in the realm I am writing in.
Starting with a story in mind tends to yield my favorite stuff.
What would have been a 3-4 day affair (writing out charts, contracting, recording in a studio, auditioning and editing, mixing, and mastering) became a half day project .
Creating music is the natural progression to loving music and diving deep into it.
I'm currently working on three new tracks and going to revitalize my back catalog with We Sound Human ingredients to pump some Indie life into them.
We chat with Kevin and how he works alongside the story-tellers, the directors, the producers and help their vision become reality.