Kile Ruuin


Band to Join, Vocalist, Vocalist - Bass, Vocalist - Baritone, Vocalist - Tenor, Vocalist - Soprano, Rhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Bass Guitar, Drums, Other Percussion, Violin, Trumpet, Saxophone, Keyboard, Piano, Background Singer, Harmonica, Flute, Other, Banjo, Mandolin, Fiddle, Dobro, Vocalist - Alto, Trombone, Bagpipes, Steel guitar, Upright bass, Cello, Accordion, Ukulele, DJ, Electronic Music, Clarinet, Harp.


Looking to make something honest, wonderful and groundbreaking. Those looking to do a typical 4 peice and hide behind your instrument content to stay comfortable with head in sand should look elsewhere. Let me be clear, I have found some of my best fossils with my head in the sand, but I'd like to meet musicians that would welcome the challenge of trying to create a soundtrack to the dream you had last night! While at the same time making it sound so badass you want to dance and sing along with it all day id like a fresh project, with like minded artists. We musicians are artistic souls at our core, and many of us are skilled in writing, painting,choreography or a host of other creative outlets. Why not tie them all together people?. I'M Looking for those that don't accept music must fit into a category to be greatly successful. . I am aiming for a balance where many art forms are incorporated into a single forum. ( Think cirque du soleil with a rock soul,. where every song told a part of a story written with impeccable detail. The stories themselves should define the sound of each track. Every member brings their own inspirations. Hold nothing back, A project that is only limited by your own creativity.

The Sound : Above all always from the heart. If you like bagpipes? hell lets have some. The running theme in the sound should be melodic,and supple, with a healthy pulse of relentless impeccable hooks.Instrumental soundscapes can be cathartic to create, and would be encouraged ,
Expert live instrumentation from your own hands interfaced and layered with the machines of the electronic age. As one song may begin for example with the electrifying spark of the heart and soul of a rock and roll anthem, then bridging into an glorious wall of electronic melody. Lets write an perform the top rock song of the year 2254. And then the next moment, perhaps thoughtful arrangements of orchestral instruments with the poetry of a single violin carrying the intro.
We would be direct, Clear to the point and forge an authentic established sound but with enough flexibility woven into our creative process so influences meaningful to you would have it's place. Whatever it may be, and I do mean whatever. I am open to many styles, and instrumentations Any additional instruments you play would be a huge bonus. As we may want to create different moods throughout a set or album, having 2 people that can sing lead would allow flexibility, as well as musicians that can double with back up vocals.

If any of what I described intrigues you with even more than a passing interest, and you could make reasonable accommodations to meet and create a couple nights a week, ( I know we all have RL stuff to deal with in our non artistic world's) I'd love to talk..please drop me a email....

Screen name:
Kile Ruuin
Member since:
Dec 12 2015
Active over 1 month ago
Level of commitment:
Very Committed
Years playing music:
Gigs played:
Over 100
Tend to practice:
2-3 times per week
Available to gig:
2-3 nights a week
Most available:


Early 90s underground trance, house, Gabber, The cure, Bauhaus, H.P lovecraft, sci-fi,
Paranormal Research, early 50's rock, Dion, Eddie Cochran, David Bowie, Osamu Tesuka, MMo's, , late 70's punk (Pistols, Buzzcocks, Damned), Lee scratch perry, old stones,

Instrument experience:

Lead Guitar:
Electronic Music:
Vocalist - Baritone:
Background Singer:
Rhythm Guitar:


I like to run a bit old school even with my sequencers. I do my programming with A roland MC-303 and , 808 and run sound effects with a Groovesampler.
My keyboard is a lower end roland model,but as I am fond of saying to noone in particular, "you can get hundreds of tones from one lame saxophone setting with the right effects"
My guitar is a 63, fender Jaguar (My prize possession) which oddly sounds amazing with roland sequence patterns), I use a variety of effects petals including an older DOD 4x and an alesis desktop reverb. , I do my recording on a Korg D3200