Falconeer is an instrumental audio/visual project bringing the spectacle back to live music in New Haven, Connecticut. Blending over the top synth pop and retro game influences, Falconeer builds on vintage synthesizers, modified videogame consoles, and a bit of tongue-in-cheek nostalgia for hyperbolic electronic hits of the 80s to make a sound somewhere between Kraftwerk and LCD Soundsystem. As a performance Falconeer uses mechanized sounds, but the human element never leaves the equation. All of the songs have a goal, and the whole production is carried out by one man, live on stage, without the aid of a modern computer. The culmination of years of experimentation with electronics and chasing classic sounds, Falconeer began in earnest in 2017 with a collection of animated and constantly moving tracks that conjure dreams of electric sheep.



Sounds Like:

Daft Punk, LCD Soundsystem, Kraftwerk, Tears For Fears

Performed Venues:

  • "Pride New Haven 2017"

  • Pacific Standard Tavern, New Haven, CT

  • Stella Blues, New Haven, CT

  • Cafe 9, New Haven, CT

  • Oasis Pub, New London, CT

  • "Robot Dance-off 2017", Hardcore Sweet Cupcakes, Oakville, CT 


The Local Bands Show - 99.1 WPLR (9/17/17). Described the song LaDarius as "if Batman were anime".


Sound Waves Magazine - April 2018

"...like an instrumental version of Tears For Fears ...with sensuous synthesizer fades"

"Visually impressive"



In The Works:

An album, more blinky lights

Expanding to NYC, Hartford, and underground/DIY venues


Gil Morrison

"Falcon Punch"


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