His much lauded "Sunday Sessions" mix series dates back to 1993, when it was professionally produced on cassette tape. These mixes are now available for digital download on the Super Sunday site. While he often uses aliases to hide forays into other genres, Undertone is the name under which Ed releases the music he most loves. More at http://www.supersunday.co.uk. Undertone from the USA are Jon Capeci, Jordan Brelo, Joe-Joe Beretta, And Brandon Mullen...
Jon Capeci lead singer/guitar/synth attends Valley Forge Christian College. For more info check out his myspace,http://www.myspace.com/joncapeci. Jordan Brelo the bassist returned to the States 4yrs ago after living in the middle east most of his life for more info check out his Myspace page http://www.myspace.com/iwasdriven85. Joe-Joe Beretta gutair is 18 he also attends Valley Forge Christian College, Majoring in bussiness management, for more info check out his myspace http://www.myspace.com/joeyberetta.
Brandon Mullen plays drums coming from a strong gospel/latin influence, is 21 and also attends VFCC... Rob Wells runs sound and works in several areas of management. Undertone is based out of the Valley Forge area just outside of Philly. The members have played off and on together for the past few years, however all lived in different parts of the country.
finally in the fall semester of 06 they commited to the cause of spreading their new style of music which features colorful chords comprised of alternate tunings, rythmes that are a combination of various types of music, and tangable lyrics, to the music starved world in which we live. Undertone from Adelaide, South Australia were a Hardcore Punk/Grindcore band that played shows in Adelaide and occasionally Melbourne. The band formed in 1994 with singer Mark Groves, drummer Craig Stevenson, guitarist Damien Kalinowski and bass player Matt Smith. Later a second guitar player was added, Mark Jennings. After several months of performing with two guitar players, Damien left the band and it continued as a four-piece.
The band recorded twice, once as a five-piece at the SAE Institue in Adelaide, and then as a four-piece in the studios at the local University radio station, where the track New Plague was produced. The band split in 1996 when all the members felt the band had run it's course. The SAE recorded tracks are available at http://www.myspace.com/undertonehc 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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