I'm a bassoon player with a degree in (classical) music performance, but I'd love to take it in a different direction (electric bassoon, jazz, ambient, funk, etc). I love all types of music, but ESPECIALLY ambient/experimental/electronic. I also have a thing for metal. Classical guitar. I can't pick just one! I just recently bought a bass and trying to teach myself how to play!
I try to go to SXSW every year..if not I try to go to Austin as much as I can just to go crazy!
I'm not gonna lie..I wish I had a TON of Afropunk friends but for some reason we're hard to find/gather up. Even be in a band together? LOL. Don't be scurred..you can hit that friend request button. Especially if you're in Houston!! I'm also on Twitter and Facebook!
In no particular order:
Rage Against the Machine
B L A C K I E All Caps With Spaces
Alt + Ctrl + Jay
The Black and White Years
The Foreign Exchange
The Pinker Tones
Just A Band
Kidz in the Hall
The Shanghai Restoration Project
Red Hot Chili Peppers
The Life and Times
Toro y Moi
Stevie Ray Vaughn
Earth Wind & Fire
Nightmares on Wax
The Chemical Brothers
Scott Pilgrim vs. The World; The Dark Knight, The Silence of the Lambs, Total Recall, Source Code, Inception
Blue Light by Walter Mosley; The Butterfly Effect by Ray Bradbury
Houston Press, Lucky
Favorite TV shows:
That Metal Show, Metalocalypse, Real Housewives of [...], The Twilight Zone, Good Morning America, The First 48, The Haves and the Have Nots, Total Divas, Sister Wives, Breaking Amish, Regular Show, Adventure Time, Braxton Family Values, Catfish, Girl Code
Nothing like just creating out of thin air, for the sake of keeping your skills sharp and your creativity level nice and high. My whole approach to music nowadays is to try and create something of nothing. For example, I have in a computer folder some samples of fireworks from Independence Day, and I wanted to turn them into drums and beats. But, whatever comes out. :-)
Hey, what's up? The chances of getting a million friends on here doesn't seem the least bit likely, but the ones you do make are going to be the ones that matter anyway. As for your recording of music, I assume you are open to back and forth collaboration?