With a new show, music videos, and comedy content featuring Fin arriving next month, it’s time to get familiar with this multi-talented maestro.
Check out his episode of The Slop Podcast to lean more:
Fin Taylor is a young composer, multi-instrumentalist, music educator, and armchair philosopher. Growing up in Brisbane, Fin’s musical career began at age 13 gigging around Brisbane in a pop-rock band (Dave Is A Spy) and he quickly proceeded to make a name for himself playing in all manner of weird ensembles and bands across the city. In 2017 he took on the role of orchestrator and instrumentalist for Shane Fell’s horror-blues ensemble Shakes Fear and the Skeleton Gang, and in 2018 he made his theatre debut as composer for Christopher Thompson’s stage adaptation of Michael Gerard Bauer’s ‘Don’t Call Me Ishmael’. He was also the resident pianist for Kristian Fletcher’s silent film theatre from 2015-2019, and currently tutors part time at Forte School Of Music in Coorparoo.
Enter Fin’s weird and wonderful world at the links below: