MP3 Dead Radio Social - Stop Dancing - EP
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5 MP3 Songs in this album (19:04) !
Related styles: ROCK: Garage Rock, ROCK: College Rock
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INFLUENCES - Archer''s of Loaf, Dinosaur Jr, Pixies, Sonic Youth, The Cure, Superchunk, The Replacments, Guided By Voices, Teenage Fanclub, Bob Mould, Lemonheads, Nirvana, Pavement, Interpol, Samiam, Urge Overkill, Knapsack, The National, .38 Special, Psychedlic Furs, Afghan Whigs, Twilight Singers, Hold Steady, Bloc Party, The Killers, Thin Lizzy, The Clash, Bruce Springsteen and on...
BIOGRAPHY - There is a sound, and genre, a mutating organism; and it is Indie Rock! Phil Avalos first picked up a guitar and began writing songs in the summer of 1994. Hearing the likes of Superchunk, Nirvana, Lemonheads, Dinosaur Jr and Teenage Fanclub, he discovered his passion. Passion: that elusive and inexhaustible current of energy that directs the lives of the few who pursue it. Phil began his musical crusade with the major pop overtones of Sometimes Seven. Even though there were high praises from underground supporters, CMJ charting positions and promising record label chatter, the band ended like an episode of Behind the Music and Phil took a brief break from music, dreams and the drama. Later, joining forces with his cousin, ex-S7 bass player now drummer, Kevin Kolodziej, the new form of Phil Avalos & The Quiet Lanes beat the hell out of the Indie Rock with huge guitars, big hooks, Lo-Fi recording genius and gained a parade of fan support in the cyberworld and beyond. The new 2-piece operated without the former live show experience of Sometimes Seven and soon included Kevin Gruzewski to play bass. Spending his formative years playing guitar and writing songs for Short Time, and mastering the troubled lounge sound of Pap Scan, Gruzewski quickly influenced ''The Quiet Lanes'' endeavor; adding his darker, soulful play to the combo. Dead Radio Social was born ready to share their new edgy, energetic and anxious sound. The music was great, yet missed a certain sting…that sting arrived through the guitar mastery of Jim Laramie. Jim and Phil crossed musical paths to discover their musical tastes blended well enough to create something awesome right out of the gate. Jim was a proven DIY superstar in his own right, recording all his solo works, playing every instrument then as a founding member of The Bradley Report. The group not only displayed a sense of humor influenced by The Kids in the Hall, but the pungency of dressing in business suits to wage personal and economic wars on mainstream generic musical crap. In 2008, the strength of Dead Radio Social is the melodic songwriting, sticking to their true Indie Rock roots, and the power of a live professional band; 4 indispensable performers that move with one debonair heart, onward to rock you and themselves!