Band to Join, Bass Guitar, Keyboard, DJ, Electronic Music.


I'm actively seeking (as of January 2019) a DJ, synth/keys player, and/or bassist who want to perform Afro-Pop/Aftrobeat like the Nolo song attached to my profile. If you could have fun gigging in the Worcester area with this style of hybrid sequenced/live music, please drop me a line. We are forming a small group of musicians who:

1. Live close to Worcester
2. Will have *fun* playing this music
3. Are comfortable (or willing to work on getting comfortable) outside the typical rock/blues canon. Maybe you play reggae?

The band configuration could change to accommodate the right people, including a DJ or electronic musician who can work with Ableton Live, a keyboardist who can do a little sequence control, a guitarist or horn player who can blend into the mix, etc. If you're interested, send me an email for some sample tunes.

More about me --

If you are looking for a competent, creative (when appropriate), and professional drummer, give me a try.

I can play multiple drum set styles, including rock, be-bop/jazz, and various latin/afro-cuban grooves and I would love to find a band that has a use for those skills. I was first a rudimental/classical drummer, then I played rock covers for many years, then musical theater pit drumming--so I'm not afraid of reading a chart or a stylistic curve-ball. I also spent 6-ish years teaching students of various ages at a music shop. I have no problem making time to practice, and I would really like some new challenges.

I work for myself, so I can rehearse or gig almost any time, with a little advance notice.

DROP ME A LINE: "ethan", then the letter "d", then "stern" at out look dot com

Screen name:
Member since:
May 27 2017
Active within 1 week
Level of commitment:
Very Committed
Years playing music:
Gigs played:
Over 100
Tend to practice:
More than 3 times per week
Available to gig:
1 night a week


Buddy Rich, The Meters, Billy Martin of MMW, Chad Smith, the alternative and pop rock of the 1990s and 2000s, Stanton Moore, Dave Weckl, Steve Gadd, Bernard Purdie, Tony Williams, JoJo Mayer, New Orleans jazz

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Pro kits, cymbals, and mics, in various flavors, which I can rearrange to suit different musical styles and venues. I usually play a small four-piece kit. When miced, I prefer playing with a compressed drums submix and I have the gear to make that happen.