Principal songwriter and musician Ernst Hayim sounds like a cross between Bob Dylan and John Lennon, and cheerfully combines electric riffs with folk sensibilities as well as he does bitter cynicism and naive hopefulness in songs brought to life by vivid characters, all damaged in one form or the other.
Bob Dylan, Pink Floyd, The Doors, Pearl Jam, Nirvana, Mogwai, Sigur Ros, Beth Orton, Interpol, Explosions in the sky, Soundgarden, The Shins, Ben Harper, Radiohead, The Strokes, Joe Henry, Califone, Me'shell Ndegeocello, the Eels, Neutral Milk Hotel, Essex Green, Ladybug Transistor, the Velvet Underground, Ani diFranco, Michael Sheehy, Tom Waits, Bob Marley, the Editors, Don Henley, Elvis Presley, Simon & Garfunkel, Guns and roses, Lisa Gerard, Daniel Johnston, Janis Joplin, the Beatles, Oasis, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, The Kinks, Tindersticks, Michael Jackson, John Lennon, Neil Young, The Who, Mark Knopfler, Dire Straits, Red House Painters, Califone, Mark Lanegan, Belle and Sebastian, Iron and Wine, Porcupine Tree, Marillion, Pink Floyd, Roger Waters, Iron Maiden, Led Zeppelin, Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, Prince, Eddie Vedder, T Bone Burnett, Adam Kaspar, Brendan O'Brien, Eric Clapton, The Black Keys, Jimi Hendrix, Counting Crows, The Black Crowes, Soundgarden, Mos Def, Tupac Shakur, Wes Anderson
Squier'51 electric through a
digitech RP150 effects pedal
Piedmont Blues Harmonicas