As an artist I use many mediums and methods of creative expression to explore human existence through narrative. My intentions are to create art that focuses on truth rather than what is typically perceived as conventionally beautiful. I strive to make visually and conceptually challenging socially conscious art. My nature challenges convention. I set it on fire, hex it, cut off it’s head, defenestrate it, and drag it through the mud. Every piece is its own deeply focused study, bringing together aspects of alchemy, anthropology and psychology.
Emperor Norton's Stationary Band
Raunchy circus roots. Polished precision performances. A joyful cacophony of Balkan, Klezmer and funk, with a tasteful thrash of metal thrown in for good measure. No matter the occasion, Emperor Norton’s Stationary Marching Band has got the brass to get you dancing. Some whisper in hushed tones that ENSMB is the ultimate herald of mirthful discord, while others have gone mad at the mere mention of the name. It’s music shrouded in mystery and wicked intrigue. But there’s one thing we know for sure: Dance! Party! Vibes! Better come see for yourself. Horns will wail. Shoulders will shimmy. Faces will melt.
Tashawn Taylor is a 24 year old Cambridge, MA Hip Hop artist. After graduating from The Hip Hop Transformation in 2015 and becoming a song writing advisor, playing for the Boston Music Awards, Performing at the Day of service for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, And becoming a co host for LFOD radio for a while, Tashawn has thought it was time to be more focused with his creative work and enhance his creative abilities, Tashawn then enrolled and graduated from the Loop lab where he learned videography and audio engineering, and is now currently working on making his mark in the Hip Hop community.
TIFFY is the solo project of Boston based multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and producer Tiffany Sammy. Kickstarted by her self-recorded and self-produced debut EP Fire Sale in June 2019, TIFFY represents what it means for genres to clash and meld in 2021, preserving a bottled-up mix of dream rock and coarse punk. Her followup to Fire Sale, were two singles “Don’t Wanna Talk” and “Something For Nothing” released on vinyl & cassette through NH art label Dollhouse Lightning and received national press in the FADER, Paste Magazine, and NPR. TIFFY has performed in basements, clubs, festivals along the east coast, headlining a northeast tour in 2020 and taking the stage at the Foreside Music Festival(Kittery,ME) and The Thing In The Spring Music and Arts Festival (Peterborough, NH).