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I've been a bassist in a number of tech/melodic hardcore/death metal and grindcore bands for years. Can't be bothered with inflated egos or those thinking that playing music is a valid career choice. Doing this simply because I love doing it as a hobby and not for money, glory or fame so don't get in touch if you have dreams of world stardom, I only want to hear from you if you want to make music you'd want to listen to and maybe set a venue on fire with a moshpit here and there.

Previous bands:
The Colour Pink Is Gay: https://thecolourpinkisgay.bandcamp/
Dies The Fire
Friday Night Gunfight

I also have live and studio session experience for other bands under my belt, usually having to learn songs (or entire sets) within a short space of time, something I seem to be uncannily good at as I can pick tunes up pretty quickly. These have included:
The February Solution (live work)
Madman Is Absolute (live work)
Collapse (studio work, a metal project formed by a guy who played for David Sneddon)

hingeos at "gee-mail" dot com

PS. The "Chimp Spanner" upload is a remix I did for a competition (didn't win) and not an example of a band I was in.

Screen name:
Member since:
Oct 27 2017
Active within 1 week
Level of commitment:
Just for Fun
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:


Pretty much everything I hear influences me in some way, be it the slowest of doom to the hyperspeed of grindcore, or the twee-est of acoustic guitar or soft electronica to the nastiest harsh sounds imaginable. I tend to listen more to abrasive noisy stuff but I like to temper it with a bit of Enya or Boards Of Canada here and there.

However, since I discovered Cardiacs in June 2019 (I know, VERY late into that game) I have been pretty much obsessed with them and have listened to them every day since. They truly are a life-changing band. If anyone wants a "Jim" for a Cardiacs-inspired band, I'll be right there!

Instrument experience:

Bass Guitar:
Rhythm Guitar:
Acoustic Guitar:


5 and 6 string fretted/fretless basses
6 and 8 string electric guitars
6 string acoustic guitars (nylon, steel strung)

Peavey bass amp
Trace Elliot bass cabinet

Roland TDK6 electronic drumkit