I started composing music straight after getting a guitar for my 16th birthday; I then went to music school for about a year, but I realised it wasn’t a direction I wanted to pursue, preferring practice to theory, and picking up what theory I needed over the years.
After a brief stint in Scotland to study an MSc, followed by running a startup for a few years in Mexico, I moved to Belgium where I've been ever since.
I primarily compose electronic rock, but a lot of my work takes inspiration from Indie, Folk, Alternative and Metal.
I write about themes such as humanity, the mind, the future, AI, politics, death, anxiety, code, technology, addiction, and the collapse of society.
I realise I’ll never create complex lyrics and backstories like those from Post Malone, or Kendrick, nor will I compose like Michael League, nor will I improvise incredible time signatures, chord progressions and harmonies like Jacob Collier or Adam Neely; thus I try to compensate with strong heavy riffs, emotional segments, and powerful statements, reflecting a transition from angsty rock to thumpy EDM.