Welcome to the first Friend Friday post, a series of Friday write ups on very talented people. Friend Friday seeks to introduce the work of young creatives to new audiences and help build an artistic community … and give you something cool to listen to/look at/think about for the weekend and beyond.
David Tuzman is a musician and engineer hailing from Montclair, NJ and currently based in Brooklyn, NY. From 9-5, he is an engineer at Electro-Harmonix developing guitar effect pedals.
In his free time, he does…a lot!
David’s been playing since he was six years old. Currently he plays guitar and drums. He has composed the music for works by the filmmaker and artist Adam Abada, most recently for the short film Easter Sunday.
David is a member of the Brooklyn based band, NO FUN. I saw them this past January when I was still living in NY – you should too! Their album is coming out late July/early August (I’ll announce the date when it becomes known) and if you’re in Brooklyn this weekend check them out at the Northside Music Festival. They are playing at the Charleston on June 19th. NO FUN just recorded an Xray Spex cover for a tribute compilation being put together by Amy Klein for Permanent Wave. Keep your ears open for it! Click them links.
And of course if you’re hungry head over to Make It Your Damn Self! (I personally made the sausage n’ stuff and recommend it). In the meantime, David is up for new things, new directions. If you like what you hear, want to hear more, want to let him know just leave a comment. If you want to be put in touch just make it known and thanks for reading!
Check back each Friday for a new profile and stay tuned for updates on all Friend Friday projects.