Released in early 2015, this album is an eclectic indie pop/rock music collection. The album’s concept is one of exploration; transporting the listener from one song to the next on a sonic-Homeric journey. Featured songs: We Didn’t Do It Alone and Lighter Than The Things Around Me.
Completed in 2000. The album is a strange psychedelic journey through the mind of the author; complete with half-thoughts, day dreams, and rabbit holes. Raw and undaunted, it is a powerhouse concept album. Featured songs: Nervous Tension, The Little Places and The Archer’s Daughters.
Representing songs from 1993-1997, this album never made it past the demo stage. It has a strong pop-forward presence with a wide variety of flavors. Featured songs: Phobiac, Sandstone Fossil Fear and Signing the Scripture.
Completed in 1993, this album was a synthesizer-driven pop explosion. The bright and colorful album brings the listener along on a sci-fi journey, soaring from audio-planet to audio-planet. Featured songs: Down Here, A Stable Childhood and New Sea.
Completed in 1990, this was the first collection of songs assembled into an album format. Primitive and technologically limited, it represents a faraway glimpse into the young untrained mind of the author. Featured songs: The Rapture, Man Won’t Dance and Seeing Blue.