I started playing violin when I was 2 years old and studied with Oscar Ravina of the New York Philharmonic. I appeared in the first half of Wes Craven's Music of the Heart with Meryl Streep as one of her violin students in the film. Since I was 12 I've been writing and recording my own music.
I got my name DJing all night disco parties when I was a student at Rutgers University. Around this time I immersed myself in the history of dance music, disco, boogie, funk, and synth-pop. People started calling me Disco and it stuck.
I've released several EPs and my first album Goddess Country is coming out November 3rd. My songs have been featured several times on Dam-Funk's Glydezone Radio show on Apple Music. I also played violin on Will Stratton's debut album What The Night Said which also featured Sufjan Stevens.