Say what? Commander Yo! Total diverse music, familar, yet unique.
30 years playing I have gone through the following evolution/devolution:
Years 1-4 Punk
Years 4-8 Jazz/Acoustic/Jazz Fusion
Years 10-12 Bluegrass/Rock/Funk
Years 13-15 Early Electronic
Years 16-current: Metal-Industrial/electronic/Piano/Indie.....
Years 17 Old Man band
I started playing out in the Denver punk scene at 15 years old with "Western Decadence". That was a pretty incredible experience looking back on those venues/parties, what I didn't know then probably kept me alive. Denver was amazing back then, hell of a scene with "The Fluid", "Brother Rat", "Bum Kon" lots of great bands.
This was followed up with jazz combo stuff and a stint drumming for an avant-garde punk group "Lip Smacking Kitty Lunch". This latter group was a technical powerhouse a fusion between sonic youth, rush, and, modern-prog rock.
Other groups followed most notably "Slow Children Playing" which sadly ended up being just a studio creation.
I focused on career goals outside of music until 2007 when "Karma Logic" was formed. This group was industrial metal/prog with funky drumming. Great gigs, one in particular was a packed house most of the night, punctuated with a fight outside the club. We weren't invited back, sadly, like we were responsible for the fight and general rowdiness. I'm sure they sold a ton of booze that night, the club closed shortly thereafter.
Now playing out around Northern Colorado with "Weekend Weather".
Thelonis Monk, Charlie Mingus, U2, The Police, Clutch, Ministry, Tool, Moby, Phillip Glass, J5, Chili Peppers, Brothers Johnson, Led Zepplin...Beatles, Elvis Costello....
Logic, Reason, Yamaha, Mackie, Fernandes (strat/tele) Mac, Blackstar, Fender Blues Jr., Larrviee.
Science pays the bills but "Music is life."