Hi Andy, as always, can we start with some background? Can you tell me a bit about the musical journey that has got you to where you are today?

For sure. I’m a guy who wears a lot of hats. I was born in the UK but grew up in Chicago. In the mid-‘90s, by the time I was 17, I was gigging all over the greater Chicago area as a guitar player, playing both original music and covers, and my band at the time made a self-produced full-length album. At 18, I moved to Southern California, and while I studied sound engineering, I was writing pop songs, making beats for rappers, and also composing electronic music…

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