You know that joke about how after the nuclear holocaust only the cockroaches will survive?
I have a feeling that after the fires burn and the dust settles there will be cockroaches and Kepi Ghoulie. After performing for nearly two decades as the founder and sole constant member of the pop-punk band the Groovie Ghoulies, he's ventured out on his own, simultaneously releasing both a rock and folk solo album on Asian Man Records.
With an undeniable optimism and ever-ready attitude, Kepi has not only left of trail of albums, singles, and tours in his path, but an indefatigable mark on the underground music scene as well. I'm hesitant to use the word "iconic" when talking about him, if for no other reason that his own modesty, but it's hard to think of any other word that'd do him justice.
Regardless, there's nobody quite like Kepi Ghoulie, and quite honestly, there never could be.