An album of afrofunk arrangements I recorded for a new project.

Playing keys and bass, among other things, for local group The Geminis, on their first single, “Kentucky Gone / Monkey”.

Red Spot Rhythm Section brings you a two-sided single of broken-hearted soul, in these renditions of hits from 1980s Britain.

Red Spot Rhythm Section presents “Won’t Back Down”, a loving tribute to the music of Tom Petty, featuring artists from around Chicago and beyond.

A two-song single of original music from the Red Spot Rhythm Section.

I created this soundtrack for the Solar Shrine fundraising video to support their architectural installation planned for Burning Man 2020.

Win For Losing is a protest song EP recorded at Audio Bistro, with some guest performers from around the Chicago reggae scene.

The debut album from The Red Spot Rhythm Section. Future psychedelic folk!

The Opposition Party delivers vintage afrofunk sounds with energy and fidelity driven by 4 horns, multiple percussionists, and a tight, grooving rhythm section.

the Morphtet is a piano trio based around the concepts of acoustic interaction and melding barrlehouse with polyrhythms.

Music and Dance Suite at Mayne Stage, part of the 2011 Chicago World Music Festival

Overture and Curtain music from the EP Theatre production of Michael Bettencourt’s play. I also did sound design for the play, and produced the recorded music.

mount greenwoord sound sculpture

This original musical sculpture series was created by Jim Brenner and Jacob Worley-Hood for a new park in Mt Greenwood. I participated in the inaugural performance as a percussionist and co-produced the recording.

Sound and Video for the theatrical production at the Chopin Theatre in Chicago. The play was a cathartic biography of Iranian film pioneer Forough Farrokhzad, written by Iranian expat Ezzat Goushegir and directed by Dana Friedman.