Sounds Good, Jesse!

Crunch, crunch, crunch! 

Ever since my performance at the Layne Staley Tribute show I've been up to my ears in game audio. Between pixelations and slotifications and my own music, I've been burning the candle at both ends. It's alright though. See, even though there's a lot of crunching going on, I'm in my happy place. That's right, I love the crunch zone! The reason why I love the crunch zone is because attention is given to the audio department (me) and lots gets done during this phase.

Is it optimal? No. But I love seeing and hearing the results that grow during crunch times.

The Pandemic and the Aftermath 

The pandemic wrecked havoc on us all to one degree or another. For me it was extra challenging because I spent so much time alone with only two dogs as my companions. It wasn't ideal. But some good stuff came out of it, too. Some good personal stuff for sure, but also musically speaking, I decided that with all the devastation in the world I would try and write a collection of songs that were somewhat uplifting.

Two years late and a lot of hard work and focus, I'm releasing an EP that consists of the uplifting songs I wrote during the pandemic. They're sort of rock and they're also sort of electropop, but I'll let you decide. Whatever the case, I created the EP for me and for you.