Darel Poche
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Darel Poche

Chalmette, Louisiana, United States | SELF

Chalmette, Louisiana, United States | SELF
Band Pop Adult Contemporary

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Music

The best kept secret in music

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Discography

The F.E.M.A. Recordings(2006), Who Knows(2007), Memories from the Urban Cup(2008), Just Another First and Last Name(2008), Shark Sugar (tentative)(2010), Erratic Acedia(2011), Suite Fudge (2012) Tracks from all are available for steaming online.

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Bio

I guess the monster started with a simple cassette tape I recorded vocals on when I was 7 years old. Now, I am a musician/songwriter looking for opportunities in the business. I play many different styles and instruments. I get influence from a wide variety of music. I have written songs in various genres as well. I believe I have great potential and a solid body of work thus far. I plan to take my music to the masses through any means possible. I am looking to record more albums in collaboration with another producer. I have done many home recordings over the years and self-released them. I named them to reflect how the time in which I was doing them. "Who knows" was my first real attempt and no one really knew I was writing and recording myself then. "Just Another First and Last Name" was titled as such because I felt that I was just one of many names in the vast sea of solo artists. It was released on Christmas day as a gift to my close friends and then soon thereafter the songs went public. "Shark Sugar (tentative)" was named from something Rob Dyrdek said. As a joke I put it on itunes to see what would happen. Twenty-two bucks happened...a slight loss. I used this experience, and many others, to fuel my desire to do it better and bigger. I got some pro pictures and deveIoped my personal website. I made merchandise. I made contacts with the local press and radio stations. I struggled for almost a year to do the things I knew I needed to do. I finally recorded and released my latest work called "Suite Fudge." It is the first album of music completely done in a professional studio. A few songs from it are currently playing on local radio. I am currently (always it seems) working on a new record. I am inspired by a lot of different music, and I write whatever comes out. I don't fit into one genre, and I consider myself a bit of a music chameleon, like many greats I admire: Bowie, Prince, Beck, etc. Sometimes this feels like a curse. I sometimes feel like I don't belong anywhere musically. Then I discovered music libraries. I am seeking the means to get more exposure into this side of things as much as the more publicized side. My work ethic is second to none. I have always heard that you keep going no matter what gets in the way or how many times you question the relevance of it all. So I do.