Trans_Conduit is a solution to the current musical problem, the lack of the singer songwriter in post digital/analog hybrid revolution genres.
In the Latin translation Trans_Conduit, means through the natural passage and it is across this natural passage of music that our sound lies. Spiritually heavy lyrics of parables that only living where the ocean meets the sand could teach us, lend to the group's sound as regional yet transcending into world music through heavily interwoven percussions and reggae dub step rhythms.
In keeping with current exciting audiovisual trends the group has always focused its production. Using projection in conjunction with live audio performance the live shows always entail lots of dancing and an authentic video composition laced in symbology and synced with improvised choreography on stage.
For centuries music has been a means of sharing ones culture with the world, whether it was initially something to gather around while the fire died or the rally call for the Rastafarian man, sound in time has had its heart in the people. I write my music to encompass a culture that I want to share with people for the first time or perhaps even remind people of, a culture of peace that is full of love and forgiveness.
From a young age I learned performance and music analysis in church and academia, however my focus shifted from performance to production when I began recording originals to my father’s reel to reel. I spent just over 9 years in the service learning acoustics and advanced electronics, two skill sets that have been very helpful in a recording environment.
When you walk into a rehearsal or recording session with me you can expect my excitement to be contagious. I’m very passionate about sharing my message through my music with people and in turn helping others to do the same.