Is you is or is you ain't?
50s rock n roll: Chuck Berry, Carl Perkins, Billy Haley, Buddy Holly
60s British & Surf: Beatles, Zombies, Kinks, The Yardbirds, Link Wray, The Marketts, The Ventures
70s country: Merle Haggard, Guy Clark, Towns Van Zandt, Bobby Gentry, Kris Kristofferson
Guitar heroes: SRV, Hendrix, Page, Van Halen, Chet Atkins, Kenny Burrell, Tony Iommi.
Modern bands: White Stripes, STP, Wolf Mother, Jet, Weezer
Jazz: Tin Pan Alley and Broadway Greats (Kern, Gershwin, Hammerstein, Rogers & Harts etc…
Movies: Sergio Leone, Quinton Tarantino, Zack Snider
Songs by Louis Fiset
Level of Experience:
ON MY WAY
Rock and Pop
By myself | For myself | With others | For others
I prefer to write:
Melody | Chord Patterns
I am interested in:
Face to face Cowriting | Networking | Pitching Songs to Artists | Pitching Songs To Tv/Film/Etc. | Signing with a Label | Getting a Publishing Deal
Fiz Compulsive is often told that he’s an unconventional thinker with a gripping compulsive nature. He’s a zombie loving, computer geek with a passion for songwriting and music making.
Growing up in Quebec, he was the typical kid taking classical piano lessons until he heard Eruption by Eddie Van Halen. Fascinated, he picked up the guitar and blasted his household with rock and roll. With the encouragement of his parents (God bless them) and the desire to become a better musician, he pursued an education in music and studied various styles ranging from classical to jazz.
Like most young musicians, the dream of a rockstar life and the desire to make music that would one day be recognized motivated him to put together a band. Eventually, he moved to Charlotte, North Carolina and toured the southeast with the band U-Phonik. They performed throughout the region for seven years and attended the SXSW, Atlantis Music Fest, and FMF music conferences. The journey was an irreplaceable experience of personal and cultural growth.
Since then, he has returned home and is producing his own music in his basement studio. Now more than ever, he’s digging into his songwriting craft. With a retro, garagy, surf like sound, storytelling lyrics, and driving rhythms, Fiz Compulsive hopes to get you out of your seat.