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".
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). 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. I recommend going to the "DISCOGRAPHY" section to listen effectively.
*Apollo's Heart - 2006. Rock album that revolved around a new relationship and it's drama.
*Point of Division - 2010. My 2nd rock album about the end of the world.
*The Covert Operation - 2008. Agent Psyte loves to remix his own material.
*Arkiteknique - 2008-2012. Remixes of Arkitek 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 - 2006. Temples War is my favorite hip hop album I have made.
*Temple Supplemental B-sides and Remixes - 2014. Remixes for 2012 live performances and previously unreleased songs.
*Eyedentify Your Self / New Eyedentities (Select Remixes) - 2009. Some remixes from the 2004 album. Elections, Kerry and Bush debates, 4 more years, all that crap.
*Eyedentify Your Self - 2005. The first record that was in stores, Tower Records in Point Loma and M-Theory in North Park.
*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.
*Eleven - 2011. A set of exploratory Hip Hop tracks that never had the attention they deserved in the studio.
*Capable of Mass Distraction - 2004. An early independent effort to get some fresh happening.
That's some of the tale thus far...