I got to (virtually) hang out with some of my favorite musicians and throw down on the low notes for a cover of The Darkness’ I Believe In A Think Called Love. It was a freakin’ blasty blast and I hope you dig it!
These guys are (for real) some of my favorite peeps on the planet. After you watch the vid , go check them all out…
Grayson Barton (Guitar) has one of the best studios I know of. It may very well be my favorite place to spend time. He’s also an awesome guy and a crazy good musician. Check his IG at @starscreamstudio or website at www.starscreamstudio.com
On Drums, we have Casey Cooper. Over 2.5 MILLION subscribers on the YouTubes. Crazy good. Used to light his sticks on fire but I think he’s gotten help for that. IG: @Coop3rdrumm3rYouTube: Coop3r Drumm3r
I’m so pumped to tell you about the latest track I finished and posted. It was written for a competition held by Spitfire Audio and HBO. The challenge was to write a cue for a chase scene from a season 3 episode of Westworld. I love the show and I love writing music to picture so I had to do it. Check it out below and let me know what you think! Also, take a sec and subscribe to my YouTube channel.
I hope this note finds you all healthy and sane! The other day, I slapped the internet in the face with a fancy-nancy cover video of Dua Lipa’s fabulous track, Don’t Start Now. It’s such a fun tune and the bass line is a blast. If you haven’t heard it, it’s a throwback to the post-disco boogie style with funky bass, clean guitar, and great synths.
Family! I dropped a new track for your listening pleasure! You can buy/stream it on all your favorite platforms AND you can watch the official music video on YouTube (see below) or on my IGTV (c.ho_the_musical). Check it out and let me know what you think!
Back in December, I got asked to lay down some bass for this EP. Needless to say it was a blasty-blast. Everything except bass (I recorded remotely) was tracked and mixed at one of my favorite places on the planet, Starscream Studio. The EP dropped Jan of 2020 and is available pretty much everywhere so go check it out!
I really do have a habit of making things sad. Particularly when I’m at a keyboard or piano. Sometimes I think it’s all my brain knows how to do with the instrument. Here’s a reimagining/reharmonization of a tune I grew up with. I’m not sure if it comes back to life every year around Halloween but it did in 2019 ’cause I started seeing it everywhere. I wanted to make it fit into an opener I was arranging for a service but ultimately didn’t have time to incorporate it. I did really dig this chorus, though.