Ex-STABBING WESTWARD Drummer ANDY KUBISZWESKI: Current Projects Outlined

According to a posting at StabbingWestward.com, former STABBING WESTWARD drummer Andy Kubiszweski is currently involved with several new projects, including the following:

* appearing on a track on the new DAVID CAMPBELL album.
* scheduled to play drums and program on a new Interscope signing.
* played on several indie albums by the MARGOT CATCHER, ANDREA SUMMER and DARLING WASTE.
* writing music with Ed Buller (who produced STABBING WESTWARD's self-titled album) along with an electronic project that will be popping up every now and then around Los Angeles (similar to another one of Ed's past projects called NODE, which featured Ed along with Flood).
* cue music for multiple TV shows including a Missy Elliot reality show that airs later this year.


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