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Trying to get back into the live scene with a cover type band. I've been very anti pop/ bar music over the years but I do enjoy playing live. I studied percussion in college and had nice snare chops going into it, but I expanded on my musical vocab playing various latin styles along with jazz. Essentially, I lend my snare drum chops to my set playing, along with my various musical styles approach. Rock is fun sometimes as well. I do play in an original band so I'd have to balance both.

The only music I'm really against now is southern rock/country.

Lolcomputervirus would be the best way to reach me. Cheers.

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Member since:
Mar 06 2013
Active over 1 month ago
Level of commitment:
Years playing music:
Gigs played:
Over 100
Tend to practice:
2-3 times per week
Available to gig:
4-5 nights a week


The Sea & Cake, Tortoise, Tower of Power, Mahavishnu Orchestra, 311, Stereolab, Radiohead, King Tubby, Animal Collective, Beastie Boys, Camper van Beethoven, Faith No More, Pink Floyd.

Basically a lot of the unusual with some of the usual.

Instrument experience:



Tama Siverstar 6 piece NAMM set. Mahogany Ash finish.

A mixture of Sabian and Zildjian. I tend to use more non traditional cymbals like Ozones and Trash Crashes, Crash of doom...etc.

Pearl Double pedal...I can't think of the line at the moment.

Also I use a Gretsch bop kit for smaller venues.

I do have mic's as well. Audiotech's.