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“The intrepid explorer will thrive on Steffey’s new territory.”

– Evolving Artist

“An intelligence—both sonic and syntactic—that encompasses multitudes.”

-New City

“Exudes the sophistication of an artist who has been creating music for two decades.”

– Illinois Entertainer

“Enlightens listeners into what they are missing out on.”

-Score Rocks

“Everything ends up making perfect sense.”

-Des Moines Register

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Nightlife
Step out of your crisp blue winter evening and into the wild swing of Archibald Motley Jr.’s Nightlife; a vivid portrayal of the hip nocturnal scenes of Chicago’s Bronzeville neighborhood in the 1940’s. Drink up the burgundy hues and watch patrons converse, imbibe, and dance in diagonal strokes across the cabaret floor. I miss dearly the Chicago nightlife. I want to teleport from these, our pandemic years, and jump right into this oil on canvas- grabbing a stool at the bar, and taking...
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Behind The Notes

Choice
Today marks the release of my 16th album, ATYPICAL. Starting this week, I'll be chatting about each of the six songs that make up the collection. The pitch I used to explain the song Choice to Spotify playlist curators went something like this: A post-punk song driven by a hot bass groove, "Choice" is about the pitfalls of desire, and how craving validation means loss of self. The chorus hook "it's your choice to come around" was directed squarely at myself. Bridge lyrics "I turn on my...
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