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Look What I Found

Hey Socials et al! I’m just as pumped as everyone else is about Lady’s Gaga’s first feature film, A Star Is Born, and I just COULDN’T WAIT to film and release this cover!!! Of all the songs that A Star Is Born has birthed, “Look What I Found” is my favorite. The simple piano intro...

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Roadie TV Presents Science for Sociopaths: “Jane” [acoustic]

Hey Socials! Count this an awesome oops 😅 Fate had other plans for us this week. Whilst I planned to release a new single #heyfriend on Friday, the posts I prescheduled failed to launch (my bad), and since I was not in a position to do anything about it, I planned to simply postpone the...

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Journey in G Minor

A few weeks ago I shared with you all a short instrumental piece that I’d run through some software to give an electronic flare. Though unfinished in my opinion, the friend who had commissioned the piece felt that it would serve his purposes as is. That was pretty exciting! It got me thinking about experimenting...

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How to go on your first international tour and move from Detroit to California in 12 days

So the title is misleading…I don’t entirely know how I managed it, BUT! It’s been no small change for me, embarking on my first international tour AND moving my entire life and car full of possessions from Detroit, MI to San Francisco, CA. I’ve never made such a large move before, but I’ve dreamed of...

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P LOVE

I have never doubted the value of platonic friendships (love) between men and women. As traditional gender lines become blurred, it seems increasingly apparent that division by gender is a ridiculous cultural notion to begin with. This past week I had many conversations with someone I would consider a good friend. He didn’t believe that...

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Come Again

Some of you may know I went to school for classical voice performance. I loved it, but not so much as writing and performing my own songs. Still, I relish an opportunity to flex my classical muscles (so to speak). Classical singers and popular singers alike, from Barbara Bonny to Sting, have recorded versions of...

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Heart’s At Ease

In an effort to bring you a new way to experience music by Science for Sociopaths, I give you our first ever animated music video! It’s pretty adorable!  Heart’s At Ease has no angle. It’s simply that “I’m so in love that I’ve never been so happy and I can’t imagine losing this” feeling. I...

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Lisa Ruth (A Birthday Tribute)

If you have a best friend that you love to the moon and back, this one’s for you. Well, actually, it’s for one of MY best friends (and sibling, Lisa Ruth, who I love to the moon and back), but if your friend’s name has or can be condensed or extended to three syllables, I...

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Fall In Line

I’ve seen articles in circulation recently claiming that a generation of women empowering other women and pursuing relationships of all kinds with other women is as big for feminism as the #metoo movement, and I completely agree. I’ve had a rough week making music. Twice in my attempts to arrange a collaboration with other musicians...

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Paradise

When I met Caleb Balk he told me he wrote songs. I believed him of course, but we were friends for years before I ever heard a song he’d written. Imagine my surprise when I first heard this deep and intricate song from my friend’s lips. How could he have kept such a talent from...