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Singer/Songwriter/Producer ChiMoHe Drops Instrumental Dance Music That’s Party Ready

Published on February 17, 2022

Therese Dominique

MANCHESTER, NH - Electronic music accompanied by vocals is coming back in mainstream music. ChiMoHe is taking the reins as a rising artist in the current movement.

Gaining inspiration from the 90s rave scene in the New England area, ChiMoHe successfully recreates those vibes in his current music, exposing a new audience to rave music. “I would go and listen to different DJs and just dance,” explained ChiMoHe. “I like the style of music that they played at the clubs, and I want to emulate them. Those were some of the best times in my life.”

With more than 200 songs waiting to be released, ChiMoHe is releasing a new track every month. Currently, his discography contains three singles that have listeners begging for more.

To understand the artist and his musical drive, you must begin with his name. ChiMoHe is the trademark name that Timothy Dean Firman uses. ChiMoHe is Gaelic for Timothy.

According to legend, ChiMoHe stands for people who understand that greatness is not something you look for but is something that is thrust upon you in times of testing. Being ChiMoHe meant that you were looked up to for your willingness to rise to life’s challenges. With his rocky past behind him, ChiMoHe is focused on the future and finding solace in music.

As far as ChiMoHe can remember, he has been surrounded by music. From his mother’s piano lessons as a child to playing trumpet, drums, and bells, music has been his one constant - his rock. Now, utilizing his digital audio workstation, synthesizer and keyboards, and GarageBand, he creates memorable music that leaves fans wanting more.

With a mellow and smooth vibe, “Morning Ambiance” has a melody reminiscent of an earworm. “This one struck a chord with me. ‘Morning Ambiance’ helps me relax when I listen to it,” explained ChiMoHe. “It was trial and error for a while on GarageBand and different synthesizers. I played the melody, and it got stuck in my head. When I woke up the next morning, it all came to me.”

“Morning Ambiance” evokes many dynamic emotions depending on the listener’s mood. With haunting overtures and a mellow-like undercurrent, ChiMoHe captures waking up to a new day while having pieces of yesterday remaining.

Stepping back and looking at the entire music industry, ChiMoHe’s “Generic as a MF” has a rhythm that just does not stop. Its electronic inspired lyrics connect the track into a commentary on today’s music as ChiMoHe’s lyrics poke fun at the generic nature of today’s music.

“Tossed A Dime” is perhaps ChiMoHe’s deepest lyrical complication. According to the singer/songwriter, the track was inspired by a local guy who plays at the nearby bar during open mic night. “He had a style that I liked with a bit more country sound. But the song is still electronic because it is made with a synthesizer and digital audio drum tracks. I also like the homeless guy on the street that sells art instead of panhandling. Metaphorically speaking, I tossed him a dime.”

Even though ChiMoHe has authored several books, his real love is music. “I just try to make music that makes me happy. I hope others enjoy it too. You know the best compliment I ever heard on my music is, ‘I’d like to hear that again.’ I thought that was a great thing to hear,” he said.

As more music lovers discover ChiMoHe, that compliment and many more will be said worldwide.

Make sure to stay connected to ChiMoHe on all platforms for new music, videos, and social posts.


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Timothy Firman's Fair Use: A Schizophrenic Tale Aims to Shed Lights on Tales of Life with Schizophrenia

Approximately 2.6 million adults aged 18 and older suffer from schizophrenia in the United States alone. Out of the statistics, a staggering 40 percent are left untreated with professional help in any given year. Knowing how important it is to shed light on what it is like to be schizophrenic, Timothy Firman self-published the fourth book of his autobiography entitled Fair Use: A Schizophrenic Tale.

Schizophrenia is defined as a chronic and severe neurological brain disorder. Around 1.1 percent of the entire United States population has been diagnosed with the condition. Yet it is rarely discussed or amplified. The prevalence of schizophrenia may not be as high as other brain disorders, but it is a cause for worry when the chronic illness stays in silence. Author and artist Timothy Firman aims to open conversations around schizophrenia and hopes to encourage others to also come out into the light with their genuine stories on how they lived with the disorder.

Timothy Firman had difficulty finding the right partners to publish his work, but he never lost hope. Instead of waiting for the right publisher, the author decided to self-publish Fair Use: A Schizophrenic Tale through Amazon. The book contains a compilation of narratives gathered by the author through various Facebook pages that empowers people with schizophrenia to share their story. Together with his co-author, Abel Timothy Persall, Timothy Firman was able to weave a comprehensive material that puts life with schizophrenia in great detail. By bravely sharing his experiences, the author can present the truth about schizophrenia without reservations, pretensions, or filters—just pure truth.

In the book, it was revealed that Abel Timothy Persall is his birth name. This reveals a much more personal narrative to Timothy as he narrates he was adopted. His book, TripAmillion Trip2seE: The Childhood, takes you to the story of his adoption.

Timothy Firman shared a quote from Fair Use: A Schizophrenic Tale: “Self-soothing through mental divergence. At the end of the day, these voices aren’t real. They are dominant of my imagination, protected through my eardrums from my vocal cords vibrating my ear. My thoughts in many vocal tones subjugated and compartmentalized. The end is the beginning as that PHAT lady sings!”

Before publishing Fair Use: A Schizophrenic Tale, Timothy Firman led a meaningful career. His interest and passion for music inspired him through the years until he attended the Manchester School of Technology TV Production Program, where he had the opportunity to interview prominent personalities, including Bill Clinton, Al Gore, Mpho Tutu, and more. Later on, he attended the College for TV and Radio Production in Boston, MA. During college as an intern, Timothy Firman worked on writing, producing, editing, and did camera work for Rolling Rock Commercials. While he was navigating the world, producing music, he journaled his experiences down to the tiniest details. Timothy has autism and schizophrenia, and by writing down what his life has been like, he aims to inspire the world.

In five years, Timothy Firman envisions Fair Use: A Schizophrenic Tale being transformed from a book into a movie. The author believes that telling the tales using a different medium will help their cause reach more people not only in the United States but across the globe. Timothy Firman himself shared his own trials and tribulations through his book. By amplifying his voice, he wants to spark millions of people worldwide to bring their stories to the forefront and, together, end the stigma on schizophrenia.

You can visit this website to learn more about Timothy Firman and his book.

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