Singer-songwriter Aris delivers "a storm of emotion, desire and passion" with his music, writes entertainment blogger Tommy Geraci. With his upcoming album "Through The Storms", the release of the title track, and the new civil rights single "Freedom", Aris reveals deep emotional power and grit . HuffPost Entertainment contributor Michael Cook describes Aris as "... a unique and sublimely in touch artist. ... hauntingly ethereal ... Aris' raw and yearning vocals pairing wonderfully with the throbbing beats throughout. The majestic single gives hope to those that truly can use it the most, showing the honesty and reflectiveness that the singer used to fuel his latest creative endeavor"

With his hands across all facets of songwriting & prodution, Aris takes the listener deeply into his world - revealing, disarming, refreshingly vulnerable, heartfelt and uplifting. With songs about love, loss, grieving, self-care, mental health and civil rights, there is a universal message that can be found through every sonic thread. Blending rock and soul with influences of 90's alternative, Aris delivers a collection of powerful rock anthems & equally memorable ballads on his upcoming album "Through The Storms". Aris reveals he "wanted to lay it all out on the table - all the struggles I've been through, and all the things I've learned along the way that helped me survive. I know my story can help others going through similar things, and I wanted to make sure each song fully told that story"

Notable stand-outs from Aris' four album catalog include the duet "Love", a collaboration with Grammy winner Paula Cole, and his work with singer/songwriter/guitarist Aaron Lee Tasjan. Aris and his music have been featured in fashion campaigns for Project Runway winner Irina Shabayeva and on dance floors at venues such as the legendary Webster Hall, the Bitter End and Santos Party House. Jim Fusilli of The Wall Street Journal describes Aris' music as "rock with big lyrical themes" and offers comparisons to singer Peter Gabriel. While Aris has also drawn comparisons to Kurt Cobain, Chris Cornell and U2, his sound is definitely unique. "Clubland's newest rocker combines a punk sensibility with electronic dance to create a unique grunge house sound all his own." writes Nashville's "Inside OUT".