Instrumental Surf Band
- Member #
- Member since
- 8 Dec 2007
- Last activity record:
- Active over 1 month ago
- Instrumental Surf Band
- Screen name:
- Dan Izen
- New Orleans, Louisiana, 70119
- 41 years old
- Level of commitment:
- Years playing music:
- Gigs played:
- 50 to 100
- Tend to practice:
- 1 time per week
- Click on a song to start playing.
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Bass Guitar, Keyboard.
I'm a Jewboy from Hawaii/New York and have been in this wonderful city over 5 years now, and I now only need a screeching keyboardist / organist to fill out the surf sound. Real surf, instrumental and dark, dreamy and foreboding. (Sometimes happy!) I have a catalog of original surf songs that Dick Dale wishes he wrote. Influenced by my Russian Jew heritage and black metal.
I have a practice space with drums/bass/guitar AND two JBL 515 powered speakers that are great for an organ.
Had a surf band in Boston in 2003-2004 but then I moved here and pursued a film sound career, which was successful at the cost of the band... Now this band must reform!
Call Dan at 504-220-8948 or "dan_izen" at yahoo. I'm not a paying member so I can't contact you. Don't call if you're threatened by candor.
Doo Wop, Dipset, Queers, Ramones, Rancid Hell Spawn, Smersh, Daisuke Tobari, Trashwomen, Mummies, Phantom Surfers, Guitar Wolf, Teengenerate, Screeching Weasel, Cinerama, Wedding Present, Smiths (including everything Morrissey has ever done), We Were Promised Jetpacks, The Cure, Godspeed You Black Emperor, Explosions in the Sky, Mogwai, Venetian Snares and other breakcore, Xasthur, Striborg, Spektr, Horna, The Shining, 70s Turkish, Indian, and Thai funk, and of course everything truly experimental, including otherworldly soundscapes, harsh noise, field recordings, etc.
2 strats, a sweet japper longhorn guitar, a p-bass, 1971 Fender Twin (The Battleship), Eden bass amp w/ a 15" & 4x10" cabinets, a cheapo drum set (sounds good though, Slingerland snare and Cobra dbl kick pedal)
Plus - tons of recording equipment including Schoeps mics and a sweet Tascam 38 (8-track 1/2" open reel tape)
Members Of Band
Just need a keyboard player. Basic stuff, not fancy, farfisa / Hammond type thing.