Who is Anonymous Somewhere

Anonymous Somewhere is a musical project from Ramon K. West who lives and works in Houston, Texas.

Ramon began this particular project in 2006 but has been involved in various projects and bands for many years. This music is a blend of electronic soundscapes layered upon basic drum and bass rhythms. Each composition attempts to explore emotional themes and to stimulate visual imagery while maintaining a memorable melody and song structure.

What is going on?

  • 01.

    Why Anonymous Somewhere?

    The name "Anonymous Somewhere" is a description of the need to find a place where an individual may be anonymous. It also relates to times when an individual is completely anonymous, such as traveling alone in another country, or interacting with others on the Internet.

  • 02.

    A very special thanks

    A special thanks to Christine West for her help, inspiration, and ideas. I could not survive without this wonderful woman in my life!

  • 03.

    What's new?

    OK, I am finished with the latest work. It is called "Memory" under the current Music section. This is really made up of some concepts that didn't make it on to the Voices release, as well as some new ideas.

  • 04.

    Do you play this stuff live?

    No, this particular effort is a studio and recording project only. These songs are mainly designed as accompaniments to visual imagery and imagination.

  • 05.

    Can I use some of this work on my video project?

    Possibly, contact me and let's discuss it!

  • 06.

    Where can I hear this music?

    Anonymous Somewhere music is available on Apple Music, Spotify, CD Baby, YouTube and more. Just search and you will find.

  • 07.

    What's next?

    Well, I have been taking a break from music for a good long while. However, inspiration is calling and I have begun to work on new ideas. I will post here as things develop.

Please enjoy this wonderful day on this beautiful planet! Use it with care.

We are all one race

Music brings us together

Art is important

Someday we can have peace

Ramon West