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Agent Psyte / Bio

I began with playing Silent Night at my grandma's apartment on her organ when I was 4. I now assemble sounds for you to listen to. In case you were struggling, it's pronounced "agent sight". This page has material from several projects I have been on, Ramen, Arkitek (Arkiteknique), Cytherean, Jamsetta, and my solo material carried under the name Agent Psyte.

There have been a few souls with whom I have been fortunate to have shared the stage, the track, and the creative process with, at times. Thanks to Shannon Childress (Thirst), Kyle Shelton (Atlas the Great), Joseph "Mojoe" McGuire (DJ Kuru), and Issac Silva (Ice).

Apollo's Heart - 2006. Tracks revolved around a new relationship and it's drama.

Division Point - 2010. It's about the end of the world. Or was it just a relationship?

The Covert Operation - 2008. Agent Psyte loves to remix.

Arkiteknique - In 2012 I brushed off the catalog again, called on Atlas to jump into the mix and pull off some live shows of freshly remixed material.

Temple of Sonic Light - 2006. From the barest of beats Issac "Ice" Silva and I developed some themes to freestyle into and built from that. "Hit List" is a great track.

Temples War - 2007. Temples War is my favorite hip hop album I have made.

Eyedentify Your Self - Back to 2004 - 05 elections, Kerry and Bush debates, 4 more years, all that crap.

Fragments of Collaboration - 2008. The trax are, or were intended to be the scratch board for the sounds and songs that would emanate from us as a band if we had stuck it out.

That's the tale thus far...

General Info

Band Members
Charles Shelton - Vocals/Guitar/Beat Programmer/Synth/Bass
Artist Name
Agent Psyte
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/agentpsyte
Active Since
09/99
Genres
Alternative / Indie Rock / Underground Hip Hop

Contact Info

Location
San Diego, CA

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