Scruffy, Indie folk-rock from Transylvania

I have been working on new material roughly for the past year – and as I got to publish my “Silver Screen” album, the record that contains 8 tracks from the feature film “Lie With Me”, I decided to start publishing songs from my upcoming “Nightfix” album as well.

You cand find the first four songs below:

110 km​/​h

Posted by admin On June - 26 - 2012 2 COMMENTS

I finally got to publish “110 km/h“, the song I’ve featured on with singer/songwriter/friend Murányi Tóni on my own music page.

Big hugs to Iris Heuer for her photograph “Travel Into The Past” which we’ve used to create the artwork for the song. We are still working on getting a video produced for this – hopefully this summer.

Listen to the song below:

The Story Behind The Song

Murányi Tóni has sent over an amazing demo back in the summer of 2011 and has asked me to feature on his final song, called “110km/h”. The first time that guitar riff blasted out of my speakers I knew I had to take part.

It took a while for us to actually begin working on the song (or, more precisely: it took ME a lot of time to get started), but in November of the same year we’ve recorded and mixed the entire track. He already had his parts written and recorded when he first approached me so I was expected to write my own parts and record them in my own home studio. We have worked for about one month on the song, together, emailing session files back and forth, recording and re-recording every track as we went along.

…aaand the artwork for 110km/h:

Tóni’s parts are in Hungarian, in case you didn’t get that – and mine are in English – as you’ve surely noticed.

We’ve published “110km/h” in May 2012 and we are still working on producing a video for this little gem. I couldn’t be happier to have “110km/h” in my portfolio, I have a lot of respect for Tóni’s songwriting and I am really really glad to have had the chance to do this.

Besides, Tóni and I have known each other for a few years, as there aren’t too many young singer-songwriters here in Transylvania, so it was just a matter of time before we made something together.

Quick news: we have released a new track, called “Why?” and you can download it on the Indie Folker music page.

Regarding the song: there was some confusion. I’m sorry I didn’t get the chance to explain, but here it is: my backup band had to choose a name before we could make the song public. We’ve already had one nailed down, but we’ve changed our minds in the last minute, so we couldn’t make the song public.

We’ve scheduled an emergency meeting at a local cafe last night to discuss the name issue.

BUT they’ve settled upon a name in the end… and so they decided to call themselves “The Wonder Fools”. From now on, this is how they will be known.

We have two more songs in the making with The Wonder Fools – and also a video for one of our recordings – which we will most likely get done by the end of May or June. I will keep you informed regarding how things progress on The Wonder Fool front.

Just take a look at that list of band names! The Wonder Fools wasn’t on there, btw.

It has been a busy time in the Indie Folker universe with the release of “Why?” and the musical I’m working on. I have already mentioned that we have a show planned on the 14th of March when the play will be presented on stage. This is the same date that I decided to publish the record that contains songs written for the play. My first musical album, dear everyone. Cheers!

Halloween Song And Video Attempt

Posted by admin On October - 26 - 2011 ADD COMMENTS

Those of you who are connected to my Indie Folker channel on YouTube, already know that my Halloween song video is live. I wrote briefly about this in my last post, and I’m happy I could deliver. I will most likely have more videos up soon, so please subscribe to my Youtube channel to be informed.

Here’s a direct subscribe link, for the lazy ones: http://bit.ly/tSgBsF



I will most likely have some new video material from the two gigs that I will be doing this week, which I will also upload, plus: we are preparing a new song and video with my band, so I strongly advise you to keep an eye on my Youtube channel.

Here’s that direct subscribe link again, for the really lazy ones: http://bit.ly/tSgBsF

Indie folk at its best? Well, you tell me! Comment below, comment on the video, wherever you want. Make yourself heard! I am listening…

If you want to give a struggling artist a chance, share my stuff. Share my Halloween vid with your friends on Facebook or show it to your children. There’s a load of stuff you can do, but sharing my videos and spreading the word about me on social platforms is a good enough start. I will upgrade you to super-duper-intendent (just learned that from Simpsons) of PR if you do good on this first assignment!