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My parents bought me a Vox 3/4-scale bass guitar when I was 12 and I haven't stopped playing since. Over the years I've switched to guitar and learned how to engineer and produce and I have even been in a few bands - one of which made a mark during it's time and will live well beyond my years. I haven't had the urge to write music or prose since 2008 so we'll see what the future holds. The "40 oz Dreams" album by Hesh One is what I'm most proud of so check it out.
ONE 1997 - 2008
hint mostly at Jungle, Hip Hop, Jazz and House influences
which make them palatable while minimal treatments and
abstract instrumentation keep them far from mainstream. Not quite outsider music, but...
GLITH & HESH ONE 1998 - 2000
The Glith & I produced
high-potency Reggae Dub broadcast from the
year 3000 and received via Y2K into The Glith's
computer brain. The results flex many styles,
tempos and influences.
Literally meaning "a bundle of
nerves" in medical vernacular Ganglion, as a play
on words, is the appropriate nom de plum to set the tone
for the jittery soundscapes that comprise this catalog
of demo recordings.
ELEVATION BAND 1994 - 1995
The Constant Elevation Band
was a seven-piece Hip Hop group consisting of PiDi-Ice and
Tas of Likwid Madder / Rooftop
Raskalls on the mic, Kris Volk on Guitar, Erik Wraamann on
Drums, Rich from Blind Justice on Keys, Cmdr.
William Peculiar on the turntables
and me on bass. Live demo produced by The Spacewürm at Gravity Records' studio.
Solid, yet inconsequential, four-piece made up of half of Sub Society
(Chris and I) plus professional skateboarder John "The Man" Reeves on vocals
and Mike "Irons" Alzona on drums. Check out my faves: Definition, Lumber from our demo tape (produced by Stimy at his house) & Zero Sum (produced by Stimy at Viny Communications).
Four-piece Skate Rock outfit made non-famous world-wide
in the late '80 and early '90s skateboard
community thanks to skateboard videos
and a pair of 7" records. Download all official releases in 320kbps plus bonus songs!
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