About me

Growing up in a musical family, I discovered my fascination and passion for music at an early age.

At the age of 10 my grandfather gave the first drums and lessons soon followed. The first attempt with the lessons didn't really work well (too jazzy and too much reading scores). The second attempt with a new teacher was more my thing. With the focus much more on actual playing (yeah) but still doing some score reading, rudiments, finger and coordination training, was just a whole lot more fun.

My first band was formed in the middle of my teenage years. From soft tones to hard rock/metal-like stuff - everything was there. After a few years we changed the style and the band name. Indie Rock was the new thing and the name was "The Strivers". We had a few very nice experiences. One of the highlights was the European tour with the New York band "Vampire Weekend" in 2008. Shortly afterwards we split up because our front man emigrated to England.

Then various projects followed:

Charles Wallace: On his album "American Troubadour" I played the drums and we did a few live gigs.

Hard Coming Love (Drummer, Recording, Mixing): Finished and mixed the album together with Glenn. Played only a few but very good gigs, made a detour to Athens to support the band "The Last Drive" - ​​then it was over.

God Loves Fags (Drummer, Guitars, BackVox): Four guys recorded a record together at Josh's The Outlier Inn (Woodridge, NY) in two weeks. "As we took a powernap" was the result. I left the band shortly before the release.

For the Badenfahrt 2017 I joined the Baden band Dig & Roll as a drummer. We played a few concerts at the Badenfahrt, as well as all around, then it was over.

Current projects/bands:

Büro 146 (drummer, guitars, bass, back vox, recording, mixing, producer): Swiss bernese dialect rock. A record is in the works. Live too.

FINREY: Since the beginning of 2019 my rock duo together with Peter Finc. At the moment we are recording songs, wanted to play life a lot and then the Corona hit the world ...

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