Morrisson K. (formerly known as Morrisson) is an American singer, songwriter, producer and musician the San Francisco Bay Area. He formed indie rock band Dawn Of Eros in 2011. Before then, he produced several demos in various musical genres in the late 90's and early 2000's and his earliest official releases were underground deep, soulful house tracks for veteran DJ/Producer Julius Papp on Julius' NeoDisco label.In 2006, Morrisson released a high-energy, disco-house track called "Love of My Life", which reached #15 on the Billboard Magazine Hot Dance Airplay in February 2006. It was featured as the club scene music in NBC's The New Normal season 1, episode 2, "Sofa's Choice". He frequently performed live in California as well as having performed in such places as Playa del Carmen, Mexico; Seoul, South Korea; Singapore, Thailand; and Shanghai.However, by the beginning of 2011, the evolution of Morrisson K. saw his musical endeavors beginning to move away from electronic dance music and toward a completely different genre of music. Having re-discovered his passion for playing bass guitar, the new music of Morrisson K. is now early 80's influenced indie rock/post-punk revival. An extremely limited run of 250 copies of a 7" single was pressed up for the first two songs, "Rolling and Bouncing" and "Way They Are" but, as-yet, not released. The runout groove on "This Side" reads: "Initium sic finis," which loosely translates to "Thus, the beginning or the end." A full-length debut album, written, produced and performed (with the exception of all drums and bass on two of the songs) has been completed and he is currently shopping for a record label. The album will be released under Morrisson K.'s band name Dawn Of Eros.