This Intangible Existence is the words & music of Terrell Brinlee, as well as the collection of supportive writings and images used to facilitate the artistic process.

What Does "This Intangible Existence" mean?

The phrase "This Intangible Existence" refers to the inner man, the spirit, or the pneuma. It is the part of the person that dosen't exist in this realm. It's the part of the human that we can't see; it's the part of us that is gone from the earth whenever we are dead; when this intangible existence is gone the body is all that remains.

It also refers to the artistic realm, thought, and the mind's creative space. Every thing that humans create exists in the mind as an idea. The arts originate within this intangible existence

Finally, and most simply, it refers to the internet and cyberspace. In recent human history, the world wide web and our devices have become incredibly influential, and has become this intangible existence in which we congregate. 

About the Artist

My Name is Terrell Brinlee. Since the time that I was a child, I was very interested in the arts and self expression; I was particularly interested in music and performance. In 1998 my musical education began in public school, and I was given piano lessons from from the First Baptist Church in Patterson, Louisiana

In high school I began to develop a musical vocabulary, and soon after began to write music. Outside of pop music, my earliest influences were Sarah McLachlan & Tori Amos

2007 marked a year of change in my life, and launched me forward toward a more personal songwriting style that, in part, facilitated communication with God. During this time, I also started to seek Jesus as my savior. Music and songwriting became an outlet for expression towards God, and prayer. Lyrically, the music has often discussed Christ as deity, eschatological thought scenes, and issues of lust and sexuality.

The first campaign to promote my music commercially was in 2013 with the release of the EP Campaign One;  and the corresponding digital release of the acoustic collection Aquarian Floods. Both releases included the showcasing single "Flamingo Fandango".

My personal writings have continued since then along with annual recordings. 

I also am a worship leader, playing piano for the church. It is a high calling to be a musician in the courts of the Almighty. It was purposed by the church to train me as a piano player, so that I would be able to participate in music ministry. Playing for the church has been one of the most fulfilling parts of being a musician and artist.

I believe in Jesus Christ as he is rendered in the Bible. I believe that all humanity is sinful in nature, and is in need of the grace and mercy offered through Jesus' sacrifice. 

I hope, in reading this, that you enjoy This Intangible Existence. If you would like to contact me personally, my email address is listed below.


Terrell Brinlee

June 3, 2016