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Ghostfeeder

Ghostfeeder

Ghostfeeder


Ghostfeeder, an electro-infused four-piece rock band sent from the dystopian future of Rochester, NY, is the brainchild of the band's vocalist, programmer and songwriter Derek Walborn. Having grown up on a steady musical diet of 8 and 16 bit video game music until his mid teens, Walborn forces Ghostfeeder's rock and pop sensibilities through a distinctive filter of computerized grit and meticulously calculated digital glitches. Raw guitars break through layers of synth leads and Read more on Last.fm
Ghostfeeder, an electro-infused four-piece rock band sent from the dystopian future of Rochester, NY, is the brainchild of the band's vocalist, programmer and songwriter Derek Walborn. Having grown up on a steady musical diet of 8 and 16 bit video game music until his mid teens, Walborn forces Ghostfeeder's rock and pop sensibilities through a distinctive filter of computerized grit and meticulously calculated digital glitches. Raw guitars break through layers of synth leads and keyboard riffing while hook-driven bass lines provide the connective tissue between synthetic drum beats and textures. Walborn creates a sonic environment in which his lyrics can transition from the satirical exaltation of his own ambivalence to more personal themes of heartbreak and mortality.

Ghostfeeder's music exemplifies the struggle of the man caught in the machine and, often, finds the line between the two to be blurring. Oh, Ghostfeeder also rocks. Hard. Ghostfeeder live is Derek Walborn on vocals, Jeff Butler on drums, Myka Yott on bass, and Luke Dangler on guitar. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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