I believe the only label that can be applied to music is just that and nothing else: music. Anything else is beauty waiting to be heard and discovered. It's about emotion and feeling, not genres and styles. If you can put aside all prejudices and preconceptions when listening to music, then I'm talking to you. It's also my very strong conviction that music is and should be made free to all. I don't own music, it belongs to all of us. Therefore, all my songs will be free to download and use in whatever way you see fit. I only ask that you share it (freely) if you like it and if you would like to make money using it (not selling it, though), you send me a message and I'll be happy to talk about it. What I can say about my music is that sometimes hearing a song I made will kind of remind you of something you heard once, maybe. I'm not going to lie: I don't make typical music, nor do I intend to. I could do a house track one week, and record my bongos and a brick hitting the wall the next one. (If you like musical consistency, check out my other, summer-themed project, @sunsonorities) Why am I all over the place? When I was 5, I started experimenting with sound on my dad's Yamaha PortaSound PSS-290 (which still works). Fast-forward 20 years and although the tools have changed, I'm still experimenting. I have zero musical training but I rock a mean xylophone. If you can see beyond tags and genres and truly enjoy music for what it is, come with me on a long journey where we'll find magical pixie beats, dark monstrous bass and everything in between. Who knows where we'll end up?