I spent the week in Rotterdam bringing David Cronenberg’s 1996 film CRASH to the concert stage as part of the Rotterdam International Film Festival. 

It was amazing music to produce, featuring 6 electric guitars, 3 harps, 3 woodwinds, 2 percussionists and 40 strings. I restored much of the music from the original NC-17 version of the film so the audience could see and hear the director’s original version in all of it’s explicit glory!

This is my 3rd live film music concert I’ve worked on in the past year, having also helped to produce Bram Stoker’s Dracula and an upcoming performance of the 1971 film Shaft performed live at the Appolo theatre. People seem to really love live film music!


Get the Album first

The first 3 tracks on the new album will be released on 3.20.2020, but the rest of the album will not be available until this summer on the streaming platforms and stores. These platforms favor singles over albums for playlist placement.

So I will be sharing the entire album for email subscribers in a 7 day album experience. (Don't worry, it's just about building a community, not about spamming you with emails!).

On album release day, you will receive 1 email a day for 7 days that leads you to a behind the scenes look that details what each piece means, how it was written, and how it was recorded. You can download the high res audio (available nowhere else), stream the music, look at the scores, and learn how it was recorded.

Thank you for joining me on this musical journey! Check your email inbox (and Junk Mail!) for the Welcome email.