An accomplished and evocative guitarist with an extremely fluid and dynamic vocal style,
Eyeris has been quietly carving his own niche in the world of music,
wielding a mashup of trip hop, hip hop, pop, folk, and electronic styles...
his sound is truly groundbreaking.
A multi-instrumentalist, Eyeris is as comfortable on the keyboards as he is on guitar,
and also plays bass and drums, and... pretty much everything!
He is a sought after producer and mix/remix artist who has recorded,
mixed and mastered several projects for others.
Thru-out his often reclusive career, he has opened for Nirvana, Michael Franti,
Steve Kimock, and Burning Spear amongst others...
shared stages with Sean Hayes,
Freedom, Shimshai, and
Tablist Daniel Paul (Jai Uttal)...
he's been featured playing guitar on a DJ production by Tipper,
and along his journey was personally blessed by Bob Marley's Mom.
Eyeris has played almost every large festival main stage from Seattle to Santa Cruz...
his music pops up on various radio stations in the Pacific Rim and web radio.
He's toured Europe, had his songs performed by a teen environmental rap troupe for
The United Nations, and the President and Parliament of Mexico.
Writer and activist David Icke has come on stage to one of his tunes, titled "PLANETBACK" -
which has been a popular give away and free downlod on myspace for several years.
Also known for being an articulate and inventive wordsmith... his songs run from funny to deep...
incorporating themes like alien abduction, wicked bankers and the NWO,
earth changes, shamanism, love and justice, pot smoking,
hippies, yuppies, zippo's, puppies, hippos, muppets,
you name it.
After no personal releases since his 2004 "Solo Live Maui"... Eyeris has come roaring back with a vengeance with 2 new CD's -
"SYNCHRONEYES Symbols and SYNCHRONEYES Sounds"...
a cosmic twist on the double disk, they are like non identical twins...
however, one of them is a singer and wordsmith,
and the other tells it's story with instruments only.
The pre-releases have been stirring up a buzz in some well established corridors of the music world.