Kutre started playing as a young boy on the Piano. After being
disgusted with Piano lessons and music rules he found freedom
of expression through the electric guitar in 6th grade. He took
a couple of lessons and learned everything else on his own and
by playing by himself and creating his own sounds.
Kutre was also
fascinated with the Drums, but had no money to buy drums and soon
discovered that he could release his rhytmic insides through the
Bass Guitar. From there it was a roller coaster ride. Playing
with different guitarists as a teenager, again taking no lessons
and coming up with his own style. In his late teens, Kutre took
a brief hiatus from music to discover the world.
He soon returned
to his love for the Bass, inspired by a Primus show at the Berkeley
Greek Theater, which also featured the legendary Mike Watt. Kutre tried playing in other bands, but mostly stuck with guitarists, which was hard because Kutre had some music that needed to be
let out, but most guitarists just wanted standard
bass lines so that THEY could express themselves, well...
Kutre met a drummer named Gomes in 1992 and this drummer liked
playing with just the BASS, this opened up a can of worms and
creativity and the music you will hear on this page and other
Kutre music is a collection of tunes that these two
recorded at 1427 studios in San Francisco......