From 2010-2012, Joseph collaborated with a revolving cast of friends to make music under the monikers Honeydrum and Video Thrills. Working at a furious pace, they released over a dozen EPs in only two years, many on the seminal weirdo pop consortium AMDiscs. QROmag writer Jason Dean said of Honeydrum "it's like listening to multiple AM radio stations playing different versions of lost Nik Kershaw demos are somehow syncing up in an old empty roller skating rink."
Shortly after disbanding, he became the principle songwriter for Donovan Blanc which released two full length albums on Captured Tracks ranging from quiet, introspective studies of melancholic late sixties singer/songwriter pop to effusive embraces of country and disco.
Now, writing, recording, and producing music under his own name, Joseph has taken on the task of exploring pop as a study of life as it is, instead of merely a window into life imagined. With influences ranging from David Sylvian, The Blue Nile, and Peter Gabriel to more confectionary pop acts like YMO and Janet Jackson, Joseph's music seeks only the truths that can be realized in under four minutes.
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