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    No, it's Ryan Veitch, but Noah is in the band. Crazy that you are on here too haha.
    • CommentTimeNov 29th 2008
    I just figured it would be Noah since he and I have had numerous comic-book-nerd discussions. Bienvenidos to Whitechapel my friend. And stay warm, I have escaped the tundra and am in Texas now.
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    We both enjoy the comics though I don't think he frequents here yet. Enjoy your warmth, the tundra is on it's way.
    • CommentAuthordotbleep
    • CommentTimeNov 30th 2008
    dj and producer and indy record label owner here....
    been djing here in chicago for over 19 years resident at the smartbar for over 7 now and have played from back to basics in leeds to fabric london to the subbie in glasgow...
    also producing music solo and with my homeboy mazi of audio soul project under the name wasted chicago youth with eps signed to your labels .dotbleep and fresh meat as well as a project out soon on tuning spork.......

    long live warren.... your writings puts my mind in the right place when its time to create!
    • CommentTimeDec 5th 2008
    13 year guitarist. Ironically never been in a band, despite lots of time spent jamming with various other musicians.

    I have several hundred instrumental compositions backed up on CD-R's somewhere that I can't fucking find, so for now all I've got are some amateur-quality demos up at It's kind of all over the place, from simple acoustic ditties, to electric blues, to noisy make-you-bored-and-uncomfortable type stuff.

    Really wanting to get back to work on a solo steel-string acoustic Baroque type project I've been picking at (pun!) for probably the last six years. Just need to get off my duff (and quit biting my nails.)
    • CommentTimeDec 10th 2008
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    wow. there's lots of us here... i play bass and drums in many bands, and try to get some of my own stuff done once in awhile.
    wanna hear? (i haven't updated it for months and months) (apparently this country-sih band is in the middle of some kind of crisis or something...) (a blues-based band that is actually getting some "noticed") (the alt/country band i've been in the longest as of late and shows no signs of quitting, even if i do) (a "barock" [that's baroque and rock] band i used to be in whose new album i'm currently recording) (my favourite band i was in that doesn't exist anymore) (a silly song just in time for Christmas)

    there's more, but i'll stop there.

    hey, you asked, Warren!
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    I play the bagpipes :D
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    Kamikazebob, bagpipes are amazing. the whole thing kinda blows my mind. it's in some weird key, isn't it?
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    Last September, my 60 second piece "Rude Buddha" was choreographed for 60 sec in the 60x60 Project's Evolution Dance Mix at Galapagos in NYC...

    Here's a link to see the result.

    I'm very happy it exists, but I don't quite know what to make of it...
    • CommentTimeJan 25th 2009 edited
    I am the guitarist/vocalist for an experimental band.
    We haven't made any recordings yet, so i don't see the point in giving out a myspace or anything, but the second we do I'll be on here to let you all know about it :D
    • CommentTimeJan 25th 2009
    I kind of dick around with muscians and a producer, but I'm not in any serious band *I would love to be*. I play piano and guitar, and I also sing.
    • CommentTimeJan 30th 2009
    I've played piano and guitar most of my life. I did sax (mostly alto) grades 5-12, and a touch of percussion.

    These days I play guitar (acoustic and electric), keyboard and hand drums (mostly doumbek). I am tolerably well-acquainted with the electric bass, can play in the background on the mandolin, and am starting to pick up the clarinet. I also accumulate random other instruments and technologies: I have a small accordion, a melodica (like the right hand of an accordion, but blown instead of squeezed), an E-Bow, and a theremin currently in need of some new potentiometers. Oh, and I sing.

    I've been in a few rock bands, most notably (I say notably because we did actually play shows and release a CD, not because we were in any way well-known) This Shirt Is Pants, but my longest standing project has been Mr. Fusion, a songwriting duo with my friend Erich, off and on for about 8 years now. We both play guitar, percussion and keys, and both sing and write, so there is a lot of collaboration that goes on.

    I am just starting to learn a bit about production. I've got a copy of Logic Studio, and we're slowly but surely recording our 50 or so song catalog (while still writing, of course), and working on filling out and arranging parts, since we have the beauty that is multi-tracking. Hopefully I'll have some stuff done in the next month or two to start putting into the world.