New About Page with Q&A

The About: Tribal Leader page is updated. Now including a recent Q&A with Tribal Leader about his current CD, his unique sound and what the future may hold for the tribe.

Listen to Tribal Leader’s album for free on Bandcamp

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Tribal Leader Featured on MadeLoud

This week Tribal Leader is featured on MadeLoud, a great source for underground music.

Tribal Leader live at the Trunk Space. Phoenix, AZ

“Trying to find a way to a style of music that he can call his own, Tribal Leader’s debut album is a mix of solo piano and hard hitting electronica.

Residing in Tempe, AZ, Tribal Leader plays at local music venues to a growing community of followers.”

It’s really great to see Tribal Leader getting some air time, and I’m looking forward to spreading the tribe more every day.

MadeLoud

I’ve been clicking around MadeLoud a bit more recently and I’m very happy with what I’ve come across. They’ve got all types of music, and it’s all easy to get to and well organized. From hip hop, to country, to metal, I’ve seen just about everything there.

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They have some great “do it yourself” articles that all musicians are sure to relate to. There are helpful tips to breaking through writers block and an article that discusses how to find a new band member. For anyone who is new to starting their own band, these articles are a great place to start.

Naturally I find myself at the Dance Music page that has a ton of new music for me to dive into. I’m always looking for a new sound and this way I can keep up with all sorts of new artists that would have gone under the radar without MadeLoud.

They’re video selection is also right up to par with the rest of the site. There are pages and pages of videos to choose from, and as always, they would have all gone unnoticed to me if MadeLoud wasn’t on its game.

I’m glad to see someone is taking an active stance toward getting smaller artists out into the light!

Tribal Leader – Side Note [Video]

An in depth video is being planned for the song Children Dancing in the Dark by Tribal Leader. But for the time being, this short video has been made to go along with the song Side Note.

The idea behind this video matches the song title. All of the clips used are taken on a cellphone camera during normal hours of the day. They are short glimpses into the somewhat meaningless, but sometimes interesting, parts of life that we all experience on a day to day basis. As the song progresses, the clips begin to change, altering the day.

Take a look into the everyday, with the addition of a Side Note.  And to listen/download (FREE DOWNLOAD) the entire CD, visit: http://triballeader.bandcamp.com/album/tribal-leader

Tribal Leader: First Album Release!

It’s been quite a while coming, but I finally uploaded Tribal Leader’s first album this morning around 3am!

There’s a decent amount of exploration in there, trying to figure out exactly where I want to go in the future. I’m extremely happy with how everything turned out and can’t wait to make another!

If you can toss up some cash for the download that would be very much appreciated, but by no means is it necessary.

Download here: http://triballeader.bandcamp.com/album/tribal-leader

Tribal Leader: New Music, New Website!

Flyer design by: Cory J Bergquist

I’m working on new music for my upcoming show at the Trunk Space on 9/23/2011. I’m very excited to throw down the new beats and get some people moving!

I’m also working on a new website that should be up within the next couple days which will eventually have tracks and merch!

If you have a few seconds, show your support by voting at about.me/triballeader

New music will be soon to follow.

Falling Forward off a Cliff

Here is a short clip, taken from a previous song that had an  unnecessary beginning. This one is pretty important to me. Despite it being so short and of poor sound quality, I get a strong feeling from it. It pushes me to obtain a calm mind. The vocal harmony sets off a need to relax and take in the world around me.

I often have trouble seeing things as they really are. But in those failures, I always learn.