How best to describe the music of Natchet Taylor? Let’s just call it what it is -- Natchet Taylor music. From punk rock and hard rock to Americana and blues, the ever-prolific, Texas-based singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist follows his inspirations wherever they may lead. Inspired at the early age of 3 by the music on his mother’s car radio, young Natchet immediately knew he wanted to be in a band. Soon afterward, his desire and natural ability quickly intermingled.
By the early 2000s, Natchet moved from San Antonio to Austin where he joined the city’s vibrant live music scene as the leader of a self-named three-piece rock band. In 2006, Natchet (along with Williamson) formed New Disaster and would spend the next few years making his biggest impact yet. Over the course of countless explosive live shows, two tours of Europe and two albums (including the debut titled “Last Nite Rites” mixed by famed Led Zeppelin and Rolling Stones producer Andy Johns), New Disaster rightly earned its reputation as a hard-hitting cross between Guns N’ Roses and Motorhead.
With time on his hands, Natchet reconnected with his old friend Chris Klinck who was launching a new folk-punk project called Nowherebound. Inspired by the likes of Gaslight Anthem, Flogging Molly and the pair’s deep-rooted love of classic punk, Natchet and Klinck began writing together and soon rounded up a band to gig and record six Nowherebound albums. Somewhere along the way, he recorded an album under the name Disko Wolves. On top of all of that, Natchet is also churning out new acoustic and Americana songs.
Look for a lot of upcoming music from the prolific artist here at DSR!