Over seven years ago native New York guitarists Tim Garb and Justin Frederickson met by chance at a Las Vegas bar. It didn’t take long for them to realize that they shared a passion for music, so they set a date for a friendly jam session. Within a few minutes of playing, they knew a special connection had been made. So they decided to search for a rhythm section that would share their musical vision. Not long after, a mutual friend introduced them to Jesse Caloca, a bass player from California. So they arranged another jam session and it was magic again! Their East and West coast influences began to stew in a cauldron of Rock & Roll and Mycrodot’s wheels had been set in motion.
The three of them cut their teeth playing together in several bands, frustrated by a lack of a true lead singer or a drummer that could maintain some degree of sanity. It wasn’t until they met another Californian native, singer Chaz Morris, that their sound was given a voice. His unique style was perfect for the sound the band had been devising.
Tim and Chaz both share a love for writing and soon found out how prolific and fun their collaborative efforts could be. Mycrodot began pumping out material at an alarming rate. All that was missing was the last piece of the puzzle: the foundation. A hard hitting, yet stylistic drummer, who is both talented and open-minded. Once again, fate reared its ugly head and the missing piece for Mycrodot was found. Charlie Di Buduo, a drummer from New York, was introduced to the band by a friend. And he was it! As if he was ordered from a custom catalog of drummers, Mycrodot was now complete!!!
With members from the East and West coast converging in Las Vegas, of all places, the contrasting styles has created a galvanizing force that screams to be reckoned with. So the question became: ‘What are we going to do about it?’
Our Vision: The forces of music are powerful and influential in our society. They always have been and they always will be. As artists, we fall in the fold of serving as a conduit of these forces. It is clear that the artist’s perspective is both viable and in high demand. But let’s not forget that music, especially Rock & Roll, is about expression and rebellion, but most importantly, its about having a good time.
Our Mission: To reach the largest audiences at the biggest venues possible. To create awareness for those who need it, inspiration for those who seek it!