Modern eclectic music by Los Angeles musician/sculptor/artist Bruce Gray
Who are The Side Effects?
The band is a solo musical effort by artist Bruce Gray.
What kind of music do The Side Effects play?
The Side Effects play a modern mix that is part rock, part jazz, part electronica, part funk, and part world music. Bruce says this album is inspired by bands like Moby, Pat Metheny, Pink Floyd, Thievery Corporation, Kraftwerk, and Kruder and Dorfmeister. The first album "Resistance is Futile" is done entirely on a Macintosh computer using Apple's Garage Band software. The second album "But What About The Side Effects?" is now in the works. It is also being made using Garage Band, but features recorded external voice, sample, and various live instrument tracks.
Where can I buy The Side Effects album and the T shirts with the album cover on it?
Send a $18 check for CD or T shirt with album cover (seen below) black on white T shirt (includes tax and shipping in U.S.) payable to: Bruce Gray 688 South Avenue 21 Los Angeles, CA 90031.
How can I contact The Side Effects?
Send an email here.
What kind of sculptures and paintings does Bruce Gray make?
Click here to visit his sculpture and modern art website.
What did Bruce think of Apple's Garage Band program?
"Garage Band is one of the coolest, most fun, and satisfying programs I have ever used. I have always wanted to make my own music, and now thanks to a program that came free with my new Mac G5, I have my own in home recording studio. I am thrilled!"