Did a little ditty, I did.

Source: SoundCloud / D.H. Currier

Neil Young cover - 'For the Turnstiles'

This is my favorite Neil Young tune, and I’ve always wanted to cover it. So I did.

"500,000 COPIES" - feel free to ‘promote’ and/or purchase my gold record photo on Society6:

"500,000 COPIES" - feel free to ‘promote’ and/or purchase my gold record photo on Society6:


REVIEW - Shepherd's Daughter: A Joan of Arc Reimagining

"LaMora’s play is permeated by music. Music director Dustin H. Currier and his work are both players in the story and mainstays of a physical world that constantly imposes itself on Joan’s larger-than-life destiny … [The music] moves the story forward in a space that does not allow for much in the way of complex staging; it evokes silent movies as an emotionally manipulative ‘live soundtrack’; and it serves as a constant reminder of Joan’s eventual fate using techniques as simple as the disturbing lyrics to a children’s song and a jangling, not-quite-right variation on the Westminster chimes.”

Photo Set

Shepherd’s Daughter opens this weekend!

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Derek Hess Forced Perspective Trailer

Making some music for this as well.



Here’s the first trailer for the Derek Hess documentary, Forced Perspective. Film directed by one of our favorites, Nick Cavalier, post mix done by See Music.

“Forced Perspective” is a documentary film showcasing the life of artist DEREK HESS directed by Nick Cavalier. The film…

Source: see-music

Shepherd's Daughter: a Joan of Arc Reimagining

Tickets are on sale for the Paradeigma Collective's upcoming production of Shepherd's Daughter: a Joan of Arc Reimagining, for which I am composing original music and performing live. Get 'em!


Shepherd's Daughter Pre-Production Party!

Consider yourselves invited!

I’ll be music directing and performing in Whitney LaMora’s Shepherd’s Daughter production July 11 - August 2.

Come celebrate at our pre-production party on May 23!


Another Threadless MADE video featuring a tune by yours truly. Tentative title: ‘Trusted Tryst’