Austin based punk band GNARLY SACS are seeking local, Austin musicians to fulfill any or all of these positions: e-drums/programming, synth, saxophone, bass guitar. GNARLY SACS is a four year old band with two releases and a North American tour history but have been on hiatus for eighteen months and are looking to rebuild/relaunch beginning with a modest rehearsal commitment followed by limited local and regional appearances. The band's website is under construction but songs can be heard on a number of streaming and web hosted platforms. Any and all interested parties are encouraged to respond but ideal candidates should have gear, transport, a flexible schedule, a passport (or eligibility to obtain one), and an adventurous spirit as anything can happen with this band. Call, text, or e-mail to schedule a meeting. email@example.com 512.507.9887
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