We’ve never really used this before, but we figure, HEY! it’s worth a shot! We’re a hard working, talented, and attractive 3-piece rock band looking for a fourth member to round out our sound. Collectively, we’re 17’5″ tall, weigh 400 lbs and have brown hair.
Us: We like to write hit records, play Goldeneye and eat Wheat Thins. When we’re not rocking out, we like to cruise for babes, host dance parties and go for long walks on the beach.
You: Play bass AND guitar, no ego, be willing to switch up instruments as the song calls for it. Preferably be a coffee drinker and not use mixers when drinking whiskey. If you can sing, GREAT, but if not, that’s cool too. You should have a big…stage presence.
Who knows, maybe this could be the start of something great? We want to go slowly at first, but if there’s chemistry, then who knows? Must be somewhat open to the possibility of a long-term commitment.
Hope to hear from you soon! Pics not required.
What’s happening in the world of the three whom (together) are one? What is the next step on the path of pop chart enlightenment for the trio, who once ran neck-and-neck with Aloud in a race to open for rock ‘n roll legend Chris Martin, and played not one, but FOUR shows with Steve “Right Front Tire on Fire” Bailey? Well friends, it all depends who you ask…
ALLSTON, MA – New recordings by indie darlings Hello Ninja sent the music community into a whirlwind of contraversy on Monday, as it has quickly become clear that the tracks are impossible to perform live as a three-piece band. Speculation into possible methods of performance have lead to a flurry of rumors and slander.
“I heard that Cat, Will and Anthony went on a retreat in the mountains, where they learned to charm woodland animals into playing instruments and sing in chorus,” says Matt DeMello of Stalemate. “Last time I saw Cat, she was practicing this creepy whistle-type thing…I think that has something to do with it.”
(l-r) Cat Basile
BROOKLINE, MA – An excavation team working tirelessly through the night unearthed what are believed to be three recordings by rock heroes Hello Ninja in the early hours of Monday, March 16.
Before he disappeared, Ian had a word with Will
As many of you are aware, Hello Ninja has recently parted ways with guitarist Ian Sears. Mostly, it’s because he grew tired of the groupies and strippers, though the separation can also be attributed to his need to concentrate more on himself. Continue reading
(clockwise from upper left): Ian, Cat, Anthony, Will
Exclusive Interview with Hello Ninja
BOSTON – I’m standing near the entrance of Petz4$ale (a hipster pet store) awaiting the arrival of one of the Boston area’s hottest new acts. Trust me, this was not my idea – the band insisted that our interview take place here. When the band is Hello Ninja, you do what they ask. With a smile and four lattes at the ready.
THE SOULFUL BARITONE of Hello Ninja guitarist Ian Sears
stirred something deep inside everyone at Jack’s Snack Shack
last Thursday night. Performing a solo acoustic set at the popular Brookline venue, Sears delighted the crowd with a stunning bare-bones version of the Ninja classic ‘Matt D’
(l-r): Cat Basile, Will Deeks, Ian Sears, Anthony Geehan
ADDING TO RECENT INDUSTRY TURMOIL, Hello Ninja announced their new drummer on Monday of this week. Drumming wunderkind Anthony Geehan, 22, has been embraced by the Ninjas, who believe him to be “a gentleman and a scholar.”
(l-r) Jack Ludden
HELLO NINJA returns to the studio with the lovely and talented Jack Ludden of Pinewood Productions to spawn a beautiful little EP, scheduled for delivery in late autumn. Under the nurturing care of producer Jack, the band believes that their songs will bring a new meaning to the word “sonic boom.”