Almost An Artist, is the fruit of Julian Cassia, who is sort of from England, sort of from Lebanon and very much sort of, from France.
Now living and working in New York City, he concocted an album, upon which he performed as a multi-instrumentalist, wrote, engineered and produced, by himself in his scoring studio. The identity of the album recalls the tonalities of Phoenix, Blur, The Police, Gotye, The Kings of Convenience, Milan Kundera, Depeche Mode and Royskopp. The sound is something of an indie rock, electronic, amalgamation.
Prior to working on Almost An Artist, Julian scored many films that have been seen across the world and won multiple awards. He recently was nominated for the Lebanese Oscars for his score of the Lebo-Franco film, “The Traveller.”