Category Archives: Music
I forgot to upload this folks but this is an awesome and Free album you can buy for zero dollars that i did on the cover art for! If you dig dubstep this album has a lot of underground artists compiled to create a sweet little vibe for ya’ll! Check it out!
Heres The Album Art I illustrated for some awesome and talented people down in my hometown:) Go give the tunes a listen if you get the chance. Im very proud to be representing their music with my art.
Im proud of this one. Like i said this is still photoshop work, and am interested in learning vector art in illustrator for logo purpose alone.
Heres the first track ever produced!
Howdy Folks! I finished this art for my good friend Satchel and his upcoming free album. He has officially hit 200 followers and now has released some of the said awesome tracks! I highly encourage checking at a local kansas city producer that has the producing skills to go big with the right fans. I had a lot of fun doing this project and would like to hopefully do more album art in the future. Ill go ahead and post my favorite track from this newest album here below. Give him a Follow!
Catholic Spray is a great change-up from the regular hardcore punk ive been attending lately. This beautiful band comes from Paris France, and i am one of the privileged people to say they have seen their performance in the United States. They actually decided to come to Kansas City first for the first us tour. All the guys in the band were super chill, and knew pretty good english. They were also astounded and amazed at my friend Anya’s hairless armpits. But here’s the shtick: They Are Great Music! Its a surfer punk sound and some fun get up vocals. The electronic waves that flow from their guitars put a remedy of a beach scene holding some comic angst in a glass of whiskey( thats what they were drinking anyway). I highly encourage checking these guys out.
And for another rant about why do it yourself bands are now my new favorite labeling system; you can always meet the band or community of people at their show. Its much more familiar and supportive, when you can actually discuss with the members of the band your appreciation, or interests in general.