Nathan Lathouse

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New Age - Contemporary | Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Total Song Plays: 12   
Member Since: 2004
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Similar Artists

Moby, Soundtribe Sector Nine, Yanni, Danny Elfman.

Influences

Porcupine Tree, Marillion, Tortoise, Pink Floyd, Rush, Moby, Carter Beauford, Genisis (early years), Massive attack, Neil Pert, Smashing Pumpkins, Danny Carey, Danny Elfman, Duran Duran.

Bio

Nathan T. Lathouse was born Aug. 20, 1980 in Newport Beach CA. His interest in the drums incepted at the tender age of 4 after watching a man beat on some buckets and received a plastic clown drumset that following christmas. He moved to Marietta GA at the age of 5 and was raised there until early adulthood. Nathan played with several rock and jazz bands in middle and highschool. He made first snare in the Marietta HighSchool Marching band his freshman year along with being first chair percussionist for the orchestral and jazz bands. Nathan attended Mercer University in Macon, GA for two years studying percussion under the instruction of Miguel Castro. After Mercer, he attended the University of Georgia in Athens, GA for one year to find out that music school wasn't his thing. He moved to Charlottesville, VA in 2003 with some friends hoping to find a decent music scene. Come to find out, it was already conquered by the Dave Matthews Band. Good things did come out of the move! Nathan taught himself to improvise on the piano after learning the basics in college. He purchased a Yamaha Motif and began to write music. Come to find out, Nathan isn't just a drummer, he's a songwriter. Nathan made the first cut for the Blue Man Group as a trapset performer and is awaiting for his master class training. While he waits, he has just finished building his first computer solely for creating and recording his newly discovered talent.