I'm currently on Bandmix to find studio vocalists/lyricists (particularly folks who can perform harsh vocals) for new Planepacked material. My current interests these days are somewhere in that nebulous realm between extreme metal and extreme electronica, although I'm aiming closer to the former than the latter. If you like heavy keyboard emphasis in your metal music, I'm here for you.

Heads up: I'm trans. You'll have to respect that if you want to collaborate.

I released a bunch of tracks a few years ago under my artist name (Planepacked). Look up Critical Mass on ! s://planepacked./album/critical-mass

The best way by far to contact me is through my email address. I don't answer non-emergency calls at work, but if you need to contact me by phone, I'm generally available after 5:30 PM EST on weekdays.

I took 10 years of classical piano lessons in my childhood (up until I graduated from high school). I'm out of practice, but I'd say I have a good foundation to build up my skills to the point I need to perform the sort of music I like to write. I am also (as of March 2020) taking singing lessons, but it might take a bit for those to get to the point where I'm confident using them.

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Hard question, Bandmix! I listen to a lot of metal music, but I also take trips into other genres, like progressive rock, electronica, and classical music. A few bands/musicians that resemble even vaguely my plans: Bal-Sagoth, Sigh, Igorrr, Blut Aus Nord, Devin Townsend, Samael, Autechre, etc.

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Electronic Music:


Novation Launchkey 49 (MIDI keyboard)
Laptop (Runs DAWs and VSTs)
REAPER (DAW of choice)
Ableton Live (Might come in handy)