Christian D normally plays with his band the Hangovers : "With a style that looks to The Cramps, Nick Cave and Elvis, The Hangovers belt out distorted, punky rockabilly on record and on stage as if their lives depended on it."
-Errol Nazareth, Toronto Sun
He explores a more quiet side on Beat Up Guitars, a new solo 3 song e.p. less lusting, more heartbreak.
"Basically the story here is that I had studio time booked, but the band was too busy to make it. I've got these songs that never quite fit my vision for the Hangovers, so I decided to try to make a singer- songwriter kind of acoustic thing. I think maybe I pulled it off."
"It should probably be my mature acoustic album, but I'm not that mature- so it's just 3 songs."
One of the scene’s most magnetic performers, the singer-guitarist says he just wants to “write songs and then burn myself to the ground
playing them live.
“It’s like a self-exorcism. Hopefully, it’s entertaining to watch. If I leave the stage wrung out and barely able
to speak, then I feel like I’ve done my job.” (Toronto Sun Aug 24, 2012)