Our first (self-titled) album, initially released on Capricorn/Universal in 2000, re-released via Doppler Records in 2002. Also available on Apple Music, Spotify, Google Play, and many other streaming services.
Deathray's first EP - our self-produced follow-up to the self-titled debut album. Also available on Apple Music, Spotify, Google Play, and many other streaming services.
Open Season Soundtrack
I wrote, produced, and engineered this Deathray tune for the Open Season soundtrack in 2006. Still one of my favorite projects (my son was 7 at the time and acted as quality control). We also did a Paul Westerberg cover for the soundtrack, "Wild As I Wanna Be", which made it into the movie, much to Paul's consternation.
Deathray's second full-length album. It's available through Apple Music, Spotify, Google Play, and many other streaming services. Recorded (again!) with producer Eric Valentine at his Hollywood studio, "Believe Me" was made using a variety of Beatles-era gear, including the original Abbey Road mixing console used to make Pink Floyd’s 'Dark Side of the Moon' LP.
Night Night is an off-and-on again electronic project I've had since 2004. My inspirations for this stuff include the music & work of Brian Eno, Kraftwerk, Erik Satie, John Carpenter, To Rococo Rot, Memory Tapes, Andrei Tarkovsky, and Haruki Murakami. Humblebrag: I've been lucky enough to tour Europe & the States and travel around the globe looking for good ramen (Japan wins, of course).