Knower, Dirty Loops
David Goodwin - Synths and Keyboards Jack Strempel - Synths and Keyboards Alex Flood - Drums
Er@ser Description hit the Adelaide scene in the middle of 2016 through the National Campus Band Competition, with their plentiful array of synths, and deep and groovy beats. Winning the South Australian final of the comp in August 2016, they have gained a following that is growing fast. In a unique style blending jazz, fusion, pop and soul, the end result is an exhilarating live performance that will capture you right from the first beat, and have you grooving until the last.
Made up of 2 keyboard players and a drummer, all professionally trained, they deliver a technically virtuosic set, while never letting the groove out of their sight. Influenced by bands such as Dirty Loops and Snarky Puppy, Er@ser Description gives fresh funky makeovers to top 40 hits, and performs their own originals inspired by their jazz and fusion upbringing. Their contagious on stage energy, paired with the iconic sunnies, gives a light-hearted attitude to their performance, where the players have as much of a party as the audience does.
Having supported Ocean Alley at Jive bar in Adelaide, working with 2 time Grammy award winning bass player Michael League, performing with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, Kate Ceberano, and Nathaniel Willemse, Er@ser Description are turning heads in the music scene and are working hard to continuously up their game for every show.
“ER@SER DESCRIPTION kicked off the night. This trio of jazz students, who represented South Australia in the 2016 Nation Campus Band Competition, are insane musicians. Featuring two keys players and a drummer - already an eye-catching start. Definitely a must-see for all keys players, the performance quality of these lads is to the top floor of the Westpac building and, hey, if you're looking for a cheeky meme reference in the stage banter look no further.” – YewthMag 7/3/17
“"Energy was absolutely contagious, genuinely looked like they were having an unbelievable time, engaged well, great banter and loved the sunnies" - judges comment feedback from South Australian heat of the National Campus Band Competition 26/8/16