Vocalist, Rhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar, Drums, Other Percussion, Trumpet, Saxophone, Keyboard, Harmonica, Trombone.


[The above song I recorded using two tapes and a double cassette recorder, in the early '90s. I should re-do it digitally, now I've got Cubase... But there's something oddly quaint and sweet about this lo-fi recording (she said to herself).]

COVID THOUGHTS: Anyone up for physically-distanced singing / jamming, just for fun? How do people do it online, what about latency?

Also, just to make sure we're all on the same page...
#BlackLivesMatter #IndigenousLandRights #QueerPride #SaveTransLives #SexWorkIsRealWork #NoRacistStatues #DefundThePolice #FightAbleism #FightSaneism #FreePalestine #FreeTibet
Yeah, if you hate the SJWs, you're missin' out. Sour Jelly Worms are deeelicious...

Wow, this site refuses to render emojis, unbelievable.

Do you love BRITISH & Irish music - '60s to '90s? (East-Asian femme reverse-appropriating UK culture, haha!) I'm looking for people to do covers / tributes with (prefer not to do originals, sorry). Hopefully play some live shows if we get good enough. I would LOVE to play benefit shows to help fundraise for important social justice causes! <3

I spend my time back and forth between Toronto and Mississauga (right now mostly in Miss.).

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That's right, FAC51: The Hacienda must be rebuilt!
(I even own one of the original bricks from my time in Manchester, what a music nerd.)

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Ideas for the kind of material I'd love to cover (we can pick and choose as we please - I am not expecting to cover everything listed here, of course)...

- '60s alternative/Mod/psych stuff (weirder Beatles tunes, early Who, Velvet Underground [well, John Cale is Welsh], the Zombies, the Creation)
[NOTE: Please don't contact me if you're intent on playing a lot of Rolling Stones / Led Zeppelin songs, I have issues with those guys.]
- '70s punk & ska (the Clash, the Specials, the Selecter, Madness, English Beat)
- '80s/'90s UK & Irish social commentary artists (the Smiths, the Housemartins, the Beautiful South, Billy Bragg, the Redskins, Sinead O'Connor, U2)
- Goth, dreampop, synthpop (Cocteau Twins, the Cure, Siouxsie & the Banshees, Depeche Mode, New Order, Pet Shop Boys)
- Shoegaze (My Bloody Valentine, Curve, Slowdive)
- Madchester (the Stone Roses, Happy Mondays, Charlatans)
- Britpop (Blur, Oasis, Rialto, Supergrass, Lush, Elastica, Sleeper, Echobelly)
- Triphop (Portishead, Massive Attack)
- to modern popular British artists (Lily Allen, Amy Winehouse, Paloma Faith, Kaiser Chiefs, Arctic Monkeys).

If this post resonates with you in any way, please get in touch with your details (do you sing, what instrument(s) do you play, your favourite British/Irish artists).

FAC51Ltd [ a t ] g - m - a - i - l [ d o t ] c o m

Cheers mate - nice one!

Instrument experience:

Bass Guitar:
Background Singer:
Vocalist - Alto:


Greg Bennett Corsair Cr 1-3 bass guitar | Profile Precision bass guitar | Fender Frontman 15B amp | Korg X50 keyboard | Casio CT-680 keyboard | KC-300 Roland stereo keyboard amp | Sennheiser E835 mic with floor stand | Yamaha acoustic guitar | Como electric guitar | Fender Frontman 15G amp | Boss OD-2 turbo overdrive pedal | Zoom G9.2tt guitar effects console (not learned it yet) | Beyer-Dynamic DT-990 Pro headphones | Cubase 10 on Windows