On this date, February 24th, 1986, a momentous event occurred. I was born.
Since that luminous moment 30 years ago today, I have attempted with all my power to bring art, knowledge, and light to all humanity, but instead just written written music for video games and absurd films.
To that end, and in celebration of my big day, I’ve teamed up with the chaps over at Loudr.fm to offer my complete solo discography (so far) for the paltry price of $1.00 an album. Yes, that’s $1 each for the commanding score for Artemis: The Spaceship Bridge Simulator, the whimsical Bunny Overload, the sinister and madcap Werewolf in a Girl’s Sorority, the epic RODINA, and the magical Almightree: The Last Dreamer.
This being my 30th birthday, the sale runs for 3 days, so please, tell your friends and spread the word!
All of my music (including some collaborations with other fantastic artists) can be found here:
Thank you all, and I hope you all have a wonderful day!
(Yes, I know it’s not quite as classy when you serenade yourself, but the Hoseaphone needs no excuse to visit it’s dulcet tones upon us.)