Eye of the Storm
Trevor Oswalt of LOST TRICKS original solo album: piano-driving-power-electro-vintage-pop-rock-to-make-ya-drop. Many of the 11 songs served as elaborate demos for hits like "Freeman" on LOST TRICKS' current EP.
About the Artist
Trevor Oswalt of LOST TRICKS orginal solo recording project in 2004 demo-ing some of the current hits off LOST TRICKS' new EP. "Eye Of The Storm" is an eleven-song record entirely written, produced, performed, and mixed by Oswalt (mastered by Nathan James at The Hit Factory). The lush tracks are comprised of keyboard anthems, wall-to-wall harmonies, pop-sensible songwriting, and big bouncing beats. Oswalt grew up on the West Coast in scenic Oregon and woefully admits he was never shot 9 times. From a young age he studied singing and piano. He was heavily influenced by jazz greats such as Bill Evans and Herbie Hancock, as well as pop icons like Billy Joel and Bruce Hornsby. As a solo performer, composer, and actor, Oswalt has worked all over the world, including performances in Los Angeles and Moscow. Oswalt's current project, LOST TRICKS is already creating a hot underground buzz via the pre-release distribution of their current EP and LOST TRICKS' infectious live shows. LOST TRICKS is currently performing throughout the Northeast and beyond to promote the release of their new EP.