Dr. Failure is a young noise musician from Oxford, Mississippi. He's involved in several other genres, like rock and stuff, but as a soloist, he's a noise artist. He started doing noise in 2017 shortly after attending a noise show in Oxford, in late 2016, performed by SICKGRRL, which sparked his interest in not only becoming a fan of the genre, but becoming a creator as well. In late January, early February 2017, he started creating videos and tracks of single-take, improvisational guitar jams which was his "start" in the noise world. In July 2017, on his 17th birthday, he released his debut noise album The Basement Above, which was done only with generated audio on Audacity and some filter play. Between July 2017 and January 2018, he was still doing guitar jams with one "noise remix" album as an exception, Highway 666: The Devil's Noise. In January 2018, he started using a Rockville RPM109 mixer, and used no-input mixing as a method of doing noise, and this put an end to the days of improvisational guitar jams. Since, he's been a frequent publisher on bandcamp.
Dr. Failure uses a Rockville RPM109 Mixer, Fender Mustang V2 Amplifier, Behringer Ultravoice 8500 Microphone, Boss ODB-3 Bass Overdrive Pedal, Piezo P-007 Contact Microphone, Behringer U-Phora UM2 Preamp , and a Digitech DDM Death Metal Distortion Pedal.
Bandcamp: https://doctorfailure.bandcamp.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrFailureMusic Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/DrFailureMusic YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRPpG6PgveXIlQUOoF9nmkQ