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EthnaMorte
CONTACT

SEEKING

Cello, Upright bass, Keyboard, Bass Guitar.

ABOUT

We are EthnaMorte, a London based world music unit with a difference (Flamenco, bossa nova, arab, etc meets dark noir, drone and tribal - all in a multi - lingual theatrical stance with healthy doses of avant-garde jazz).

Placing 2nd best London world music act at Reverbnation's End of 2009 charts, + supporting Comus front man Roger Wooton's 1 -off London gig & releasing a 78-minute 5-lingual debut CD through 2010, the band have been hard at work writing new songs for a 2nd CD.
We now seek an upright (cello, double bass) or fretless 5-string electric bass player.

Any interested parties can listen to
> our 1st CD at www.reverbnation/widget_code/tune_widget_popup/artist_395921
> stuff from due 2nd CD at http://www.youtube/watch?v=zueAPy5HDfo

If you like the sound of us (particularly the more recent stuff), please email us
> your myspace/youtube/whatever (or an mp3/download link)
> your phone number so we can call you back
> your availabilities for the next 2 weeks regarding an audition in SE16 London.

Due to gigs lined up, we favourably welcome a pro-active disposition to learn & being London-based for rehearsals.

EthnaMorte
Sounds & Mailing List - www.reverbnation/ethnamorte
E-shop www.ethnamorte.bigcartel
General - www.myspace/ethnamorte
Vidz - www.youtube/ethnamorte

Tel - +44 (0) 7983868507

Screen name:
EthnaMorte
Member since:
Aug 22 2009
Active over 1 month ago
Level of commitment:
Very Committed
Years together:
3
Gigs played:
10 to 50
Tend to practice:
1 time per week
Age:
47 years

Influences

Flamenco, bossa nova, arab, dark noir, drone, tribal, avant-garde jazz & anything generally forward thinking!

Members Of Band

El Gool - acoustic & classic guitars, backing vocals, Moroccan frame-drum, bamboo & berimbau sticks (& studio keyboards + fretless bass)

Guerilla Man - acting, percussions & vocals

EQUIPMENT

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