Christopher Sluka is an experimental rock artist who just can’t stop doing! Not just with music, life in general. This outrageous and outspoken man humbly tells us how hard he works and downplays his tenacity towards getting the project done. He even admits he has a bit of OCD. The guy has grouped together four pilots who love music and appreciate his style. He brought along his new bassist, Anna Eppink, whom he met at his flight school (Learn To Fly San Diego). She’s an accomplished artist and pilot in her own right, “I just have to be up in the air…or playing music,” she says. Sluka earned a bit of coin after getting signed to a label in Japan; he invested in airplanes and teaching others how to fly instead of in the stock market. It’s come in handy when needing overhead shots or to travel with gear though…since he owns the planes.
Christopher Sluka is prolific in many arts including painting. He has toured his works around the world and creates his own album covers. Speaking of that, we play some tracks from his recent album “Colorful Radiation” and even get a live performance with Sluka and Anna of a their song about the San Diego Zoo! Pretty fun chatting with these two…well, mainly Chris, Anna doesn’t really say much. But does she wail on that bass! Something fun about Sluka, when he was signed in Japan he had to change the band name, since his name was a pick-up line in bars! Take a listen and enjoy something different and tasty to the ears…
11:33 - “Rise”
28:15 - “Number One”
48:18 - “Virga”
48:18 - “San Diego Zoo”
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