SEEKINGOther, Keyboard, Violin, Other Percussion, Drums, Bass Guitar, Vocalist.
I'm a late 20 something trying to get something new off the ground. I really into electro/rock hybrids that don't quite sound like hybrids. I don't have a super strong preference of exactly what direction to go which is why I'm not too specific, I'm hoping a certain amount of chemistry/brainstorming will take that in any particular direction (something fun!!! No snoozers!!). Somewhere between pop and experimental music... this means finding a happy medium: Not being to formulaic, but also not so far out that the average show goer doesn't want to see you again. I love performing live as well as recording (I have a studio) and hope to do a lot of both (in town and out).
I am primarily a guitarist but also an audio engineer and write a lot of electronic material; I hope to combine these worlds in interesting ways. I don't sing so if you do that would be a plus but it's not required. I've been in other bands that have had decent success locally and even garnered some awards. I've toured a bit and hope to do so again.
I'm hoping to find someone willing to commit enough time get this right, do the work required to play some good shows and release good music (specific huh?). I have a practice space but hopefully you have transportation and your sh*t together. Hopefully close to the same age (20 or 30 something). Take the music very seriously but not yourself (I've dealt with some serious egos in the past).
Send me a message if you're interested and I can send you some of my past work or we can chat more!!!!
Ianmgull [at] geeeemail [dot] com <--spelled normal
Currently looking for drummer & bassist!!!!!!!
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- Member since:
- Feb 04 2012
- Active over 1 month ago
- Level of commitment:
- Years playing music:
- Gigs played:
- Over 100
- Available to gig:
- 2-3 nights a week
a whole bunch
Lots of guitar stuff. I build my own gear so I'm always tweaking. I also use Ableton and hardware synths/sequencers. I have a ton of gear depending on what type of music I'm playing.