Indie rock and roll singer/songwriter Alex Fitts began like a Cleveland-based maker, whose use regional hip-hop acts captured the ears of big-name rappers searching for creation that combined hip-hop and indie rock and roll designs. He and his creation partner Matt Penttila discovered work with performers like 50 Cent, John Story, and Child Cudi, and do remixing for Kanye Western, Adele, Ben Harper, and Peter Bjorn and John. At exactly the same time, the duo started working on its cross of indie rock and roll and hip-hop, liberating an EP (Only a Game) in ’09 2009, a full-length (Meet up with Your Ghost) in 2011. Penttila remaining the music group after this launch and Fitts struck from his personal, turning the Kickdrums right into a one-man music group and trading in virtually any vestiges of hip-hop for electronic-tinged vocalist/songwriter-influenced indie rock and roll. After putting your signature on with Hopeless Information, the Still Reasoning EP premiered in July of 2013, accompanied by the Considering Out Loud record in October of this year.