The Unemployed Architects seem to have a unique innate competency to ingeniously present music in multiple styles that all come together to form a unique sound, making this band one to keep an eye out for. They are greatly influenced by real life, drawing inspiration for their music from personal experiences and hardships, allowing them to invoke strong emotions in people. Having released a full length album called "Design to Shine," the band is working to release another next year.
Hailing from the small town of Pontiac, IL, TyJon Charlie, the lead singer and songwriter of The Unemployed Architects, is an up and coming independent musician with a penchant for writing infectious music and relatable narratives. His journey began many years ago in his bedroom as he started to write and record original music. He then performed these songs to live audiences across the Midwest and has been doing so for the last 5+ years with an unprecedented energy and vigor for his compositions. TyJon has managed to slowly amass a small but loyal following with these high energy performances and his unique style of writing.
Armed with big dreams and plenty of passion to spare, he seeks to positively influence the world and connect with like-minded individuals through his music. Concurrently, he has also been setting up his first solo release, titled "Pandemic Relief (LIVE near Normal)," out this February. He has plans to release more original material individually, as well as, with the band.