MUSIC

My friend, Brian, and I just released the second hip hop EP under the Whiskey Sessions name! Check out, Whiskey Sessions II: Another Sip.
The EP consists of five fun, and pretty obscure hip hop tracks, and a whole lot of commentary to go with it.
 
The EP was released on October 15th, 2020, and features a great verse from Seth K. Thomas on the final track. Enjoy!!
Additionally, you can revisit our first EP, which was released in 2016!
I released my latest solo song, "Chicago," on August 18th, 2017, right after we moved from Chicago to Oakland. Check it out if you haven't yet. This track was recorded, produced and mastered by James Scott at Populist Recording in Wheaton, Illinois. The cover photo was taken by Rowan McBride. 
If you haven't yet, check out my 2015 full-length album, DelusionsIt features Ryan Birkett (drums), James Scott (bass), Sarah Blick (violin), Laura Glyda (vocals), and Seth Thomas (cajon).
 
Delusions was recorded, produced and mastered by James Scott at Populist Recording in Wheaton, Illinois.
 
Album photography by Maggie Novotny.
 
You can also find Delusions on iTunes!
If you're interested in a deeper dive of my music, I have a ton of albums to go through. You can check them all out below. 
8090
These are the hip hop albums I released with Seth K. Thomas under the name 8090:
Hero Monster Zero
Hero Monster Zero was a rock band I was a part of with Ryan Birkett, Chris Stell, and Jesse Walk:
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The Metaphorics
The Metaphorics were a hip hop duo I was a part of with Ice Ben AKA DJ Concept:
Whale Shark
Whale Shark was a hip hop duo I was a part of with Smoke Ninja:
Rhyme and Recreation
Rhyme and Recreation was a hip hop duo I was a part of with P. Riddy:
Great Book Songs
I attended St. John's College in Santa Fe, New Mexico for a year, and while I was there, I recorded a collection of songs based on the great books curriculum:
Solo Releases
Here are the albums I've released under my own name, mostly throughout college. There are two live releases as well:
High School Releases
I released six albums while I was in high school in Seattle: