Interview with Former Glassjaw Guitarist Todd Weinstock: Social Security, Afrobots, & GJ

I was listening to Glassjaw’s Worship and Tribute album a few weeks back, and thought to myself: what’s former guitarist Todd Weinstock been up to lately?

Weinstock — who had been a member of Glassjaw from 1996 to 2004, and appeared on all releases from the band’s Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (1997) debut EP through second full-length Worship and Tribute (2002) — has stayed pretty busy since he and the group parted ways in ’04. Following his near-decade stint with Glassjaw, Weinstock handled guitar duties for electropop band Men, Women & Children, lent his talents to a project dubbed Cubic Zirconia, and stayed active DJing in New York City. Today, one of his more recent endeavors: producing bands.


Former Glassjaw Guitarist Seeking Bands to Produce

Former Glassjaw/Men, Women & Children guitarist Todd Weinstock has been at work producing bands as of late, and is currently seeking new talent to develop.

Weinstock has teamed up with producer/mixer Marc Jordan (The Cult, A Static Lullaby, Velvet Revolver) to form a production duo dubbed Social Security.

“We’re looking for good, original artists who are dedicated to working extremely hard and doing whatever it takes to get to the next level,” comments Jordan.

Serious inquiries only. All genres encouraged. Those interested should email links of recorded material to