MP3 Sunday Afternoon - No Boundaries - EP
This is Sunday Afternoon''s EP album consisting of experimental lyrics and acoustical and electrical compositions. Throughout their growth as individual musicians and a band, they continue to strive to be the best of our generation.
7 MP3 Songs in this album (27:56) !
Related styles: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock, Pop: Pop/Rock, Type: Acoustic
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Aurally rich and uncompromisingly distinguishable, Sunday Afternoon has been thrilling sold out venues for over six years. Assembling in the deserts of Tucson, Arizona, Sunday Afternoon is now the staple of AZ’s rich music scene that has produced such world-renowned acts as Calexico and Jimmy Eat World. The celebrated four-piece has consistently refined their style, producing what many refer to as an eclectic mix of pop rock meets melodic-alternative. Comprised of many influences and various musical backgrounds, at very least, Sunday Afternoon is a breath of fresh air from the social norm of music genre mediocrity. Never falling victim to their own musical talent, SA keeps their fans guessing, but more importantly dancing.
Navigating seamlessly through the depths of gentle melody, intricate song structure and uplifting lyricism, SA creates a landscape of constant movement that explores the subtle nuances of human emotion.
Very few bands can create such a nostalgic feel, even upon first listen.
Boasting a live show that matches, if not exceeds the precision and energy of their studio albums, SA bridges the gap between the stage and the crowd with their relentless showmanship that tips a cap to the James Brown work ethic. Bi-polar sets and extended song arrangements are just a glimpse of what makes the band exceedingly successful.
The rich and seasoned vocals of Rick Paz enthrall listeners with thought provoking subject rather than the constant love/breakup banter of the pop genre. Layered with the rhythmic and often rock/folk influenced strumming of Joey Unger, the two create beautiful melodies that never impede on the others space. The heart and soul of SA lies within the rhythm section of Tyler Tafeaga and Ryan Janac. Click tight and zealously pocket, this immaculate duo is often depressing to their lesser contemporaries.
Their latest release, Something Always Leads You Home (2006), was no shortcoming of expectations for their fans or critics. Produced by legendary studio head Ryan Greene (NOFX, Megadeth) at Crush Recording Studios in Scottsdale, AZ, the band was able to fully encapsulate their sound and turn heads to the fact that an unsigned act could produce such a record. With the support of executive producer Steve Smith (formerly of Clear Channel), the band has already produced several singles that have been featured on national radio stations and college campuses everywhere.
With their fan base encompassing the American southwest and rapidly extending to the rest of the country, Sunday Afternoon is constantly playing shows either on the road or in their home of Arizona. It would be a true mistake for any music fan to pass up their new album or a chance to see them live, as their timeless music takes route on their inevitable path to stardom.