Band to Join, Vocalist, Vocalist - Bass, Vocalist - Baritone, Vocalist - Tenor, Vocalist - Soprano, Rhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Bass Guitar, Keyboard, Piano, Vocalist - Alto, Steel guitar, Upright bass.


Recent Recordings:
EYEIHEL - "It chased me into the surf and waited for me to drown. Unfortunately, it was my friend." (2019)

The Earth and I - "The Candleman and the Curtain" (2018)

Cloud District - "Don't Give Up Skeleton" (2018)

Recent Live Coverage Experience:
Kendyle Paige (Pop, Neo-soul, CA) (2018)
Taconic (Post Rock, NJ) (2018)

I'm Suss. I've been behind the kit for 10 years. Just moved to Studio City from New York. Looking to join or form a band. I did three records with two bands in the last few years (see above). I've also filled in on live gigs for two artists in the last 6 months. I've played north of a hundred gigs, but I really couldn't tell you how many. I'm not a touring artist and I have no desire to be. I'd like to join or form a band that plays out in LA, wants to do a record, and has a decent feel for their brand and presence on stage.

I'm a moderately advanced player, but I have plenty of obvious limitations. I try to write for my skill-level and for the music.

I'm happy to sit in and cover live shows while your drummer is unavailable, or just do live drums for your electronic or pop project if you're working with a producer instead of a band.

I work Monday - Friday, usually until 6:30PM. My ideal project would be with a band that wants to spend a lot of time crafting a sound for a record and gigging once or twice a month with like-minded bands that we can develop a relationship with.

Anyway. Hit me up on IG! Don't worry about genre right away. I'm more interested in where your head is at. I'll be honest if I think we're compatible.

Screen name:
Member since:
Nov 30 2018
Active within 2 weeks
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:


David Maxim Micic
That one Deftones record.
Kendyle Paige
Steely Dan


I like it moody, heavy, bleak, funky. I'll let you know if I'm feeling it. Send me your tunes.

Instrument experience:



Professional-grade hardware, drums, and cymbals. Sample pad and triggers. Reliable car. On time to the gig, on time in the pocket.