After Aristotle is an Austin based band that’s founded in friendship and a deep love for music. They met each other and came together through different avenues of life. To this day they are grateful for the emo/indie/sometimes very shoe-gazey rock that came out of that meeting.
From my infancy as a singer-songwriter to now, I’ve experienced an overwhelming amount of self-doubt; the fear of thinking I’m not good enough and picking myself apart feels near inescapable at times.
I’m walking proof that no matter how hard life can get, if you never give up & keep moving forward anything is possible.
With just over 30 full length releases in the last 15 years, Brooklynite-by-way-of-California songwriter Greg Hoy has finally fulfilled his fantasy of making a double gatefold LP
I live in Hermosa Beach, I spend most of my time being a recluse and creating both musically and visually. This single and album is about my journey to California, my hopes and dreams.
I want people to remember most that I made honest, fun and memorable music. That our band reached people in a personal timeless way.
We are all magnificent. In time, some of us just realize it sooner than others but we are not special – we will all get there eventually and since there really is no time in Spirit, what’s the difference of who becomes aware first?
I’ve always been a musician and lyricist at heart. In high school I loved creative writing and essays, term papers – loved the process – and it was during this time I first tried writing songs.
When you’re first trying to build your fashion brand and find your tribe, it can be tempting to just post some pictures on social media and wait for them to find you but it’s just not a realistic approach to starting your own business. There are many things that have to come together correctly in …
This song is about being broken hearted and telling the audience not to give up. Keep trying to find your soulmate. Cry and then get over it. Start looking for the right person. I created this to give advice from my own experiences. Eventually I found the perfect match but lost him to a brain tumor.
Getting to your first Gold with indie artists Monroe.
They say that every musician eventually goes back to their roots. The best thing is to keep that inspiration flowing by surrounding yourself with great people, good times and amazing music what ever your feeling at the time.
When I moved to New York City from Japan, I found everything much more difficult in comparison to my home country. The population is much bigger and everything goes very quickly so it’s much more difficult to settle. It’s like a rolling stone, I need too much more energy to keep on catching the moment.
“It might feel like a rough path as a musician but never give up. Keep practicing and learn as much as you can by staying true to yoursel
I am singer songwriter from Boston, MA and I live in a virtual world. I spend most of my time playing video games, working, writing and creating.