After getting a degree in Psychology at Wheaton College, Cliff Notez received a full ride from Northeastern to pursue his master's degree in digital media. Some of the things he learned in digital media were film and audio production, which is a lot of the things Cliff Notez does now professionally. One of the companies Cliff Notez helped create using his skills from Northeastern, is called HipStory. According to their website, they are "a digital media production company responsible for creating unique, innovative, and inspiring art. We are redefining the future history of media by creating products that cultivate stories through professional audio & video production/engineering."
In his most recent album, "Why The Wild Things Are," Cliff Notez mentions, "I am getting more and more comfortable with putting out, it is feeling more and more like who I actually am." He can put an acoustic ballad to a mosh pit song next to each other in an album; Cliff Notez takes a lot of pride in molding a song to what it needs no matter what type of song it is.
Boston is a city of tough people; Cliff Notez has experienced that first hand. He has lived all over the city and mentions "racism and oppression is very heavy here, and then put that on top of real-world problems like growing up in the inner city, but I think that it breeds like if you are able to make it through it breeds some very special people." Cliff Notez also believes that there is a strong sense of community in the city; he believes that having a strong community will only lead to a better city.
As far as his music goes, Cliff Notez plans on doing "More of the same but at the same time none of the same." He plans on continuing to grow as a person and continue to push his music. One of his top priorities is to make himself feel great, become a better musician and artist, as well as tie his music into his difficulties and hardships. For right now, you can stream his music, which is available on all streaming platforms!