He is the singer.
He has a comforter on his bed made entirely from sheet music, and is nurturing a proficiency in prowling the clubs until all hours to feed his lemur.
Justin Burrill brings a little artistic
refinement to the east side via his role as guitar player for the group
Waco. He's not your typical noisemeister, having studied classical music
from a tender age. The ex-Wild Stares axeman wants to bring the level of
Waco, his latest project, "up to chamber orchestra status". Not such a
tall order as it may seem, knowing the adept musicianship of the members
of that expansive band. Plus, Justin's been playing with Steve, Waco's
keyboardist and singer, since they were in high school -- so chemistry's
not a problem.
Kyle C. KyleIt's a well-known fact that W.A.C.O. drummer/film and pop composer/cinema auteur Kyle C. Kyle is, in one form or another, on virtually every page of all those "HISTORY OF L.A. PUNK" volumes that've been coming out lately. Kyle was the drummer for Kim Fowley's Venus and the Razorblades, as well as The Skulls, The Droogs, the Motels, Wafflebutt, and a host of other outfits.
Recently he documented a whole other side of the music industry with the
film "Not Bad for a Girl", a psychological history of foxcore, directed
by Lisa Apramian, which Kyle shot and edited. Now he drives himself
insane running a web site for the picture, as well as being driven crazy
by his duties in W.A.C.O., which frequently include sight-reading multi-signature
compositions with the tape running. This is something most drummers