punk band The Ringers in search of a more dynamic sound and space. The duo grew to a quartet with the addition of Kyle Biane (Guitar) and Hyke Shirinian (Drums). Stiteler, Biane and Shirinian created the perfect backdrop for Robinson’s catchy melodies. After the release of their debut EP, 2017 saw the band hit the road with their wildly charismatic live show. From their home base in L.A.
to Austin to Seattle to Napa’s Bottlerock music festival, the band began winning over fans from festivals to dive bars. Between tour dates, the band retreated to the studio with Grammy nominated engineer and producer, Eric Weaver, putting the finishing touches on their upcoming full length album “Pretty, but Killing Me”. They diligently transformed their songs from wild rock show crowd-pleasers into a meticulously crafted record inspired by their heroes. 2. Pacific Radio is the new name for Monograph, the North London guitar-band led by singer/songwriter/guitarist Rob Crutchley. Musically their Debut album sees a return to the pure pop thrash of the early Monograph singles, with their production and arrangement skills honed to razor edges.
Despite the songs' brevity, there is a magnificent intricacy and multi-layering of instruments, with Rob now much more confident on vocals. "Classic" guitar-pop bands like Teenage Fanclub and Guided By Voices would still be obvious reference points, but Pacific Radio seem to have a newfound freshness and lightness of touch straying into it's own Distinct and Blissful territory opposed to their peers. 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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