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>bass/picking up guitar and keys/fucking with electronics
>I enjoy the musical stylings of Shin Joong Hyun and Django Reinhardt, but as of right now I can only play half of the 1960s Spiderman Theme song but I can also play the chords to "Polly" by Nirvana, albeit very slowly.
>I also can't drive, so you'll have to give me a ride to your garage or whatever
>We can't play in my garage btw
>bass, guitar, vocals tentatively
>played in a rock/folk band before, played live multiple times, looking to do something collaborative, esoteric, and somehow related to visual art bc I like to paint/write and shit. >interested in ekphrasis, the concept not so much the album
gtfo outa baltimore and move to dc/nova you nig
>bass, guitar, keyboards, singing, songwriting, etc
>gazey, post punk bullshit. been looking to start a nice atmospheric post-emo band though
Sample from a band I'm currently in:
no, im pretty aware of it. but Fender's offsets are all great guitars, the ones squier makes are still decent, and im currently a broke college student so I'm havent dropped 900 for a Fender MIA JM
>Guitar (Fender Jazzmaster/Danelectro 12 string)
I also have a Korg Microsynth and a bunch of pedals.
>Shoegaze, Psych Rock, Garage Punk, Noise Pop
we should totally jam.
I don't really write songs that much, but when I just sit with my bass and noodle around with it, I always come up with stuff that's generally post-rock, stuff that's kind of similar to Slint.
but I'm 860 why so far?
>experimental/almost anything/bedroom pop mostly/ambient
there's too many styles I'd want to play around with to pick one
>math rock/jazz/american primitive/folk/whatever
I just want someone to bounce ideas off of and maybe to listen to the shit I've recorded
I'd like to start a drums/guitar duo that plays mainly improvised jazz/math rock fusion with an emphasis on weird effect pedal-driven textures but cool stuff like that just doesn't happen so uno
4020 (Australia. lol)
>don't really mind what at this stage
>not like the 3 people in my area who actually browse /mu/ will be on at the same time
>guitar (mostly acoustic but electric is okay too), banjo, piano, primarily trained as a singer though
>folk, "indie", I kind of want to get a post-rock-influenced folk thing going and am desperately looking for a drummer so if you play the drums in Philly hmu