"The creation being the product of seasoned artisans forming a collective thought that would be unobtainable individually."
"Work that speaks to the humanity of others. Work that feels harmonious to our emotions and is accessible to all walks of life."
"The moments between the notes. the spaces left intentionally absent. the eyes and ears to know where things should and should not be."
Brock Scott is a creative force. Pure and simple. When I met Brock, it was at a house that where his band, Little Tybee played an intimate living room concert in Portland, OR to 50 people sitting on the floor. It was a breathtaking night and his band literally and sonically filled the room with a wide spectrum of sound. What was most striking was that Brock was able to organize a vast spectrum of musical influences and present them in a cohesive rush of color and auditory bliss. This is my defining point for Brock Scott. He pulls inspiration from so many places, combines them in his laboratory of a brain and concocts beautiful works of art. Scott takes complex music theory and creates lush and melodic sounds through Little Tybee (listen to them now!). During the release of Little Tybee's most recent album, Brock created a small jukebox radio player that played the songs from the album. He sent the radios to fans and they filmed the jukebox being played in their parts of the world. This resulted in a tapestry of sharing. People posted photos of the jukebox playing with the background of their local surroundings (see below for some examples). Brock's mind is one of the most creative one's I've witnessed even from afar, and that's because his art is social in nature and gets your attention, not by bulldozer, but by a planted seed. He brings you into his art — no matter what medium.