I'm looking for musicians to jam with in a permanent rehearsal space.
I'm a 37 year old professional psychedelic rock guitarist and multi-instrumentalist, as I play bass too, and I use electronic instruments and compose other sounds using my DAW also. If you want to know more about me, including my biography, visit my website (this site) at the following link... https://www.jonathanmorganmusic.net/ I'm looking for a musical partner. A drummer to start off with. I'm a bit fed up of programming drums after so many years, and I don't really want to work with session drummers for fees who do the job but don't promote the work they do in collaboration. I have loads of gear but I am currently looking to update my guitar sound mostly because I've used the same distortion sound a lot for a long time. I'm on the case about that, but I feel it is really time for new material to be written. I last released new material in January, and an updated version of one of my best pieces in July. I just want to do things differently at this point to how I've been making music for years. If you like my previously released music enough, which you can listen to on my website, or via the link on there to my Bandcamp discography, which is very large then please send me a message if you would like to work together over the internet initially, then when the "pandemic" thing has blown over a bit next Spring we can look towards jamming and working together in person. You must be a really good drummer and have recording facilities and/or your own studio space to record drums. You must want to do it because you just want to be involved and appreciate my music enough. Plus if you know any bassists too that would help, because ideally I'd like to eventually form a band or at least a jamming trio with a permanent rehearsal studio that's ours. A lockup, but really psychedelic, with like Christmas lights hung up and a lava lamp of different colours in each corner and decorated with wall hangings and drapes so we can trip out to our jams to make and record new music. We could even use analog technology to record jams to tape with just an 8 track mixer. I wouldn't mind using a laptop and a DAW but we'd at least need an audio interface in there too then. Thanks for reading. Get in touch if you're interested in creating some really original psychedelic rock. Thanks a lot.