Del Suelo

Categories: Musicians: Bass, Musicians: Guitar, Musicians: Vocalist, Solo Artists, Songwriters/Composers

Genres: Folk, Pop, Rock, Spoken Word


Erik Mehlsen
Regina, SK

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Del Suelo is a songwriter, author, performer and studio multi-instrumentalist. 



  • I Am Free

    Various Artists

    April 2016

    This 10-song concept album pairs with a 10-chapter novel of the same name, written by Del Suelo. Thematically, the project discusses the struggles of living within the values of a modern society - from 40 hour work weeks to stiff relationship etiquette - as the main character gains awareness of his unconsciously chosen values to move towards personal liberation. The music features a wide range of musical stylings - so as to properly suit the emotion of each corresponding chapter of the book. It generally remains within the lose boundaries of alternative rock or folk, but there are a few surprises! Recorded at: Blue Door Recordings, Regina. Produced by: Del Suelo and Justin Bender. 

  • The Musician's Compass: A 12 Step Programme

    Various Artists

    September 2018

    Del Suelo’s second full-length is a concept record that tells the story of highs and lows of a band touring in Germany, touching on mental health and addiction issues typically faced by musicians. Stylistically, the album experiments with many of rock’s sub-genres such as punk, funk, and indie, all written in accordance to a special musical theory formula; it features members of Bears in Hazenmore, Cristian Moya, Ava Wild, Jon Neher, Danny Jones, and Brian Warren. Like Del Suelo’s first album, this record will also be accompanied by a short novel.

    Produced by: Erik Mehlsen. Recorded at: Blue Door Studios, Regina. 


  • Pack Rats

    Chapter 2 of Del Suelo's "The Musician's Compass" Released September 2018.

    Shot by Crushed Rockets In Regina SK. 

  • Del Suelo - Darling of the Desert

    "Darling of the Desert" is the ninth chapter of Del Suelo's "I Am Free" released April 2016.

    Shot by Rob White, July 2016, Regina SK.