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I Am the Heat

I Am the Heat

I Am the Heat


Since 2005, Brooklyn based I am the Heat has spent the last few years recording, touring the NYC club circuit and steadily building a following. Their music draws inspiration from Television, Talking Heads, Yo La Tengo, The Pixies and Wolf Parade, a fusion of rock, pop, post-punk, garage, art rock and electro. I am the Heat melds elements of their favorite genres into a powerful mix of hooks, melodies, danceable bass lines and percussiveness, creating an upbeat and catchy sound. Read more on Last.fm
Since 2005, Brooklyn based I am the Heat has spent the last few years recording, touring the NYC club circuit and steadily building a following. Their music draws inspiration from Television, Talking Heads, Yo La Tengo, The Pixies and Wolf Parade, a fusion of rock, pop, post-punk, garage, art rock and electro. I am the Heat melds elements of their favorite genres into a powerful mix of hooks, melodies, danceable bass lines and percussiveness, creating an upbeat and catchy sound. Their most recent recording, the Naked EP (2007), is their most polished and mature work yet. Forever pushing the boundaries of their music, I am the Heat is poised to enter into their most exciting phase yet. I am the Heat will record their next EP in late January, with an anticipated release in late spring/early summer 2008.

Expect good things! I am the Heat is: Braden Polk Hasnay - keys, percussion Jameson Edwards - vocals, guitar Kevin Fey - bass, vocals Mike Horaz - drums, percussion, vocals Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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