During middle school, his sisters got him into artists like Kid Cudi, Sublime, & Kings of Leon, igniting his appreciation for genre blending. By high school, he was so obsessed with The Black Keys that he practically formed a band to play the songs himself. James Blake, BadBadNotGood, The White Stripes, Tame Impala, Frank Ocean, Odd Future, Blackstar, & Mac Miller all started to influence Andrew’s outlook on sound production heavily.
Sophomore year of high school, he went over a friend’s house who had Reason6. For about 2 hours, he sat with headphones on, zoning out until his first beat was done. From that instant, he was sold. Since age 16, Andrew has released 15 musical projects, with production credits on many more. Constantly teetering between Hip Hop and Alt-Rock, Andrew lives somewhere in-between.
From Scranton’s Paper County to Pittsburgh’s Southside, Andrew consistently pushes the boundaries with his production. His sound offers something brilliantly refreshing; a strangely organic meeting between the old and the new. He likes to think of it as “Instant Vintage”.