Traffic jams, the news, chronic clumsiness, and the female species are about some of things that inspire local singer-songwriter Reza Salleh, who has a penchant for writing catchy, witty as well as dark and melancholic, heart-felt songs. Heavily influenced by 90’s grunge bands or the ‘Seattle Sound’, his music has a very charming mixture of folk, jazz, modern, blues and soul, topped with smooth, soulful, serenading vocals.

He is also the man responsible for Moonshine, a music show that happens twice a month which showcases some of the best local independent acts. His debut EP ‘Smoke City’ was released in 2007.

Purchase the songs from this session on iTunes