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How Does it Feel
Every so often, maybe once in a generation, a musical genius emerges from the crowd. Alex Koffler may be that next genius. His music is not only hypnotic, it is true art. He is the new Jim Morrison for the new millennium. Alex is not only a truly talented and accomplished musician, his lyrics will blow your mind. I predict Alex will become a superstar. Storm, GalaxyStorm Radio.
Alex’s musical foundation and talent, as both composer and musician, began with his eclectic and intellectual beginnings. born into a family of classical scholars nurtured and helped unleash his inexhaustible lust for knowledge, as, undoubtedly, being the great nephew of the legendary musical pioneer Kurt Weill, wielded the strands of Alex’s musical and artistic auspices. at the budding age of eight, Alex’s love affair with the stage began with a performance at Madison square garden under the direction of highly revered choreographer Jacques d’Amboise. later, at age eleven he would study with famed musical composer Aaron Copeland, touted as the “pioneer of American music.”
Other interests and influences
Alex relentlessly seeks to incorporate his influences and interests into his music. lust, his newly released ep is an example of Alex’s brilliant fusion of heavy metal with traditional middle-eastern rhythms. Alex’s other strong areas of interests are: mysticism, sacred geometry, eastern philosophy and thought, cultural anthropology, experimental film, and political science. after being raised in nyc, Alex has lived in Paris, Milan, london, Tokyo, Bali, Sedona, Austin, and currently resides in Los Angeles. his travels have led him throughout Africa, Europe, as well as south and central America. after a brief stint playing keyboards with a newly incarnated red temple spirits, Alex moved to Austin, Texas, to begin work on his first solo project,the beauty above. lust, Alex’s first solo ep, was released in the spring of 2004. in addition to the ep, Alex composed the soundtrack for the forthcoming short film “the path of darkness” which will be released into the festival circuit in 2005.