milk fed by body double 
Milk Fed came out in September on Zum Audio and I want to tell you about it, even though I wasn't part of the recording process. I joined Body Double right before the pandemic during my time in San Francisco, and had the best time playing keytar and singing on frontwoman Candace’s glorious punk creations. We were going to go on tour last summer, alas, but I am hoping one day to reunite for the tour that never was.
Buy the album here !
Featured on NPR's New Music Friday notable releases.
observations for a time zine 
bird sound box by leah netsky 
This is a read along soundtrack for Dingbat Superminx's book of aphorisms "Observations For A Time." It should take the reader about 14 minutes to enjoy 20 pages of original observations on art, diy culture, and digital desolation.
I recorded piano for this. I pulled together a rudimentary recording setup for the old spinet I played, but I was pretty happy with the results (after adding some nice reverb).
In July 2019, I recorded some improvisations for Leah Netsky's Light Boxes graphic scores.
Featured alongside Mia Friedman, Hankus Netsky, Rachel Panitch, Abigale Reisman, Julian Loida, and Emily Xander. Listen here !
free cell by lina tullgren 
In November 2018, I had the pleasure of recording keys and synths for Lina's most recent solo record, Free Cell, released on Captured Tracks and recorded at Figure 8 Studios in Brooklyn. Catch me on "Free Cell," "Saiddone," "Soft Glove 1," "Glowing x 10000," "Wow, Lucky" and "Soft Again."
And, check out "Soft Glove 1," featured on the Fader's 20 best rock songs out now.