Big Rack Attack
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Big Rack Attack

Daytona Beach, Florida, United States | INDIE

Daytona Beach, Florida, United States | INDIE
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Cherry Coke ReBirth Song Contest - (1997) 18th place winner
I can't remember the name of the track, but this solidifies me as a pioneer of early "computer only" software synthesis, clearly.

Noise Print - Self indulgent, self produced House EP (1998)

"Dominos" - Movie Sound track (2002)

"Duck & Roll" - Indiscriminant Ninja (Empulse 2003)

"Nine Bolt Rytm" - Swimsuit Calendar Girls Soundtrack - TV On Demand (2006)

Rocket Propelled Geeks - Go To 10 Album -Studio Musician (Empulse 2006)



A guitarist for over 18 years, and a producer of electronic music since 1995, you would think that Big Rack Attack would be a household name by now, but it's actually just taken the world that long to finally catch up with my dynamite sound.

While attending art school in Orlando, I performed as "Caveman" at venues such as The Back Booth, The Station, & Hard Rock Live in the early 2000's. I continued recording under the name "Caveman" appearing on several Empulse Records releases, most notably making the beat for HD Ninja's classic "Duck & Roll".

Growing up in Daytona Beach, I was exposed to many great local bands like Skif Dank, The Nature Kids, and Stale Fish.
Bands who were blending styles & getting new sounds.
My Influences on the electronic side are mostly French producers such as Jess & Crabbe, Busy P, Surkin, Para One, and a little reggae ... on the rock side of things, George Lynch, Steve Stevens, ZZ Top, and Eddie Van Halen influence my playing.

At a Big Rack Attack show, you can expect plenty of ooohs and ahhhs as I dazzle the crowd with blazing guitar runs over lazer-hot electronic beats that would make any DJ jealous. It's a modern day free-for-all . Everyone has fun and buys lots of drinks.

Some mixes featured here are instrumental mixes that I use in my live show. To hear some of the instrumentals with vocal/lead tracks, check out Thanks for listening.