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Art-work is my lifestyle.
For most of of my career, I’ve been writing, recording, touring and composing as an independent artist, acting as booking agent, promoter, designer, engineer, secretary… and the list goes on. The work keeps me going.  The drive to create keeps me working.  If you subscribe on Patreon to my work, you’ll get insider vlogs, monthly song downloads and video releases as they are completed… before the general public.  Plus you get a look at what it’s like to be a DIY artist, up close and personal, from my home to yours.  Exclusive Faergolzia!


Rise Up Festival

I’m happy to say I got to book another all day festival to promote progressive politics and social justice!


Posted by Seth Hebert-Faergolzia on Saturday, March 25, 2017

Loop Painting #3 – live performance

Thank you all for subscribing! You’re so amazing, helping me accomplish dreams. I really like the way this one turned out. It was my first time ever doing a live loop painting… oh, besides one time at a house show in Frankfurt, Germany, but somehow this one was more formal. I made a plan to make the painting and loop simultaneously in front of humans! It was wild and nerve wracking, but I made it through. All the music was completely improvised and the painting was not pre-planned. It took about an hour. The video you’re getting is all that boiled down to under 4 minutes ( i think), and down below this paragraph you can get a longer version of just audio. Both are really cool. I hope you dig.


20 MINUTE LOOP AUDIO: (just click and download)

This month I plan on definitely and for sure releasing the GARBAGE NIGHT video! It’s been many months in the works, and I think you’ll all love it! Besides that we’re having a big event at Anthology here in Rochester, an all day festival sort of thing raising money and awareness for causes I believe in! Yay!



A Drawing and a Song

I realized I could make a sort of stop motion video if I set my camera to rapid fire with enough time for my hand to get on and off the screen before the next shot.  I drew this picture in 1020 strokes!  Each stroke was between 4 second shots on the camera.  I then put it all into the program I use for video editing, shrunk it down to one minute, repeated it twice with effect tweaks and put my song “Stars On the Pavement” on it.  It took quite a bit more work than expected, but every time I do something new, I learn something new!!  That’s the spirit of innovation!!  I hope you’ll all enjoy!

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