Whooz Kameltoe? I’m a songwriter who has always approached life at a unique angle. My blessing/curse is a hypercritical eye for what everyone else seems to accept at face value. Even at a young age I compared sitting in a classroom to sitting in a conditioning chamber for sitting in a cubicle. When the time came to sit through college, my butt was sore; I packed a bag and hit the road without any money, resources, or expectations.
This adventure lasted an unexpected and exciting four years! I’ve lived in glamorous cities, rural farms, desolate desert, on a bicycle, deep in the folds of tropical paradise, the beach, creative artistic communities, dirty punk houses, and cardboard boxes. These are the experiences my songwriting comes from. My crazy songs are all true stories.
I spent most of my time playing music on the sidewalk (aka busking). I would play silly songs, emotional songs, or incredibly offensive songs, never racist or misogynist, but certainly offensive. Songs like ‘I’ll hail satan’ or ‘stupid human beings’. I was the person who had a cardboard sign that read ‘In money we trust’ or ‘keep your war money’. I didn’t have much need for money, so I didn’t care if I didn’t get any.
I currently pay rent in the skid row area of Los Angeles, which is ironic because it’s the homeless capital of the United States. I’m constantly writing and recording music, making music videos, and finding strange ways to go about normal tasks.
"Hit Me In The Face"
"MAYBE WHEEL FALL IN LOVE"