Well here I find myself again at the cusp of a new album release. During these special times I can't help but think about all the time, effort and hard work that has lead me to this moment. This particular album was difficult to finish. I found myself spinning my wheels somewhere after finishing the writing to getting the final production fully done. To be honest this part of the process can be lonely and tiring.
Though I do have some followers, I'm not going to pretend I have this massive international fanbase hounding me to finish because from where I'm standing that is not the case. I'm fine with that though because for me each album is merely a stepping stone towards a library of music crafted by me that I hope to look back on and be proud of.
I think that's why I try to do most of the work myself. With this album (and the other 2 before) I've done all the writing, recording, production, packaging/art myself. Yes I could easily go somewhere to have the material produced and mastered but then I wouldn't be challenged or learn anything from that. I need to keep growing and learning from this music process or then I don't see the point in doing it at all. Each song I finish teaches me a great deal so at this point I'm addicted to that growth. I also think it changes me and I find that very appealing.
If you are part of the group of people that do find my music releases enjoyable I thank you sincerely. There is nothing like getting a note from someone across the globe that has listened to my songs and has expressed their enjoyment of them.. That is also a very special feeling and the times when this creation process feels a bit less solitary. -Enzo
Enzo Sprigg is an eclectic and whimsically creative singer/songwriter. Inspired by a wide range of artists from Bjork, Goldfrapp and Gary Numan to newer artists like IAMX, Chelsea Wolfe and Purity Ring. He fuses his smooth vocal style with avant garde elements to craft songs that are as original as they are intimate. Enzo boldly plays with genres ranging from Goth and electronic to torch song ballads, all with a strange yet intriguing twist. He also prefers a more dramatic and theatrical approach by letting his chameleon skin change colors and moods from project to project, song to song.