Michael Morét has composed music for multiple plays and writes and performs progressive hip hop music under the name Khaos Light.
Chon and Khaos Light Performing Live together
Full song written by Khaos Light. All parts of the songs were composed by him.
Instrumental song written by Khaos Light featuring the very talented guitarist Mason Gay.
A song written by Khaos Light about gun violence/ gun reform featuring Matt Welborn on vocals.
A rap over Berklee College Grad supergroup "Animals as Leaders" that garnered Khaos Light an international audience.
Failure to Adapt is a concept album that centers around a man named Richard Drake. Stuck in purgatory, Richard is taken through his memories to create a case on why he should go on to the next life.
“KHAOS LIGHT CRAFTS A REASON TO CARRY ON IN ‘FAILURE TO ADAPT’.... In the record’s best moments, he finds a way to be both, marrying golden age hip-hop storytelling with moments of post-hardcore intensity.”
“Immediately you are introduced to Khaos Light’s proficiency in storytelling with “The Truth,” a track that will remind you of Kendrick Lamar just as much as it does P.OS. ... The way that Khaos Light incorporates rap, post hardcore, and bits of jazz flows beautifully for the duration of the record, and sets him apart from a lot of today’s popular artists.”
“Passionate RAP spit out mostly in 16 notes over a PROGRESSIVE ROCK rhythm section, presented in a THEATRICAL setting with actors, scenes and a vivid story of LIFE ,DEATH & HOPE for those struggling with suicide.Wow!... Failure to Adapt is well produced by Khaos Light's Michael Moret , from Austin Texas, who plays all instruments on the recording and on stage has a live band performing rather than pressing play... Much respect!.... I really appreciate Khaos Light's courage to tackle this sensitive topic in such a creative, articulate and passionate way as to help the person who has NOT experienced the torment of depression and anxiety to FEEL a bit of the despair and taste some of the horror and ultimately UNDERSTAND & relate better to the friend or family member who is suffering.”