Beatnik funk with a synthy-pop art-rock streak...
“Like early Bowie or David Byrne, but with glitchy synths and a thoroughly modern musical approach.” - Prevrat (Floorshime Zipper Boots)
After many years of playing around with many known and unknown artists, a songwriter, guitarist, bass-player, woodwind-er and sometimes singer named Darryl Pierson decided it was time to go by his real name for a change. He also decided it was high time he learned to do everything his-own-damn self, which was a lot harder than it initially sounded...
A couple years of hard work, many gallons of sweat, several buckets full of tears, a broken leg, three or four surgical operations and more than a few epic-length curses later, Nom Bizarre was born.
Inspired by Ultra Vivid Scene and influenced by just about everything, Darryl writes and records tracks and tunes that breeze in from airy, art-rock angles and settle into deep, beatnik-funk pockets.
...what on earth is that smell!?