MP3 Electric Candy Shop - Theories of Emotion
If you like Our Lady Peace and Fuel (and why wouldn''t you?), you have something in common with Electric Candy Shop. Citing the aforementioned bands as their primary influences, Electric Candy shop delivers "emotionally charged modern rock" originals in th
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The band has been compared to Fuel. While there are similarities between the two, I''d have to honestly say that ECS is better. While both band''s lyrics are equally accessible, it is in the music that ESC pulls ahead. With powerful guitars, crunchy yet melodic bass lines, intricate drumming, synthesizer work reminiscent of the "Distintegration"-era of The Cure, and emotionally-charged vocals, "Theories of Emotion" is cleaner, richer, more complex, and much more interesting than the works of their "big-name" counterparts. - Shelley Kiepel - https://www.tradebit.com
Electric Candy Shop is for these discriminating connoisseurs of radio rock. They sing about feelings and hearts and reasons for living instead of the typical abstract, testosterone laden subject matter. They could rule the new rock airwaves with "Space Machine" or cross over to Top 40 with "A Fire Between", Oh, "Alice" also gets Good Charlotte on you, so Electric Candy Shop could find a home all across the FM dial. What separates these guys from a thousand other indie bar bands is that these songs are already polished, refined and ready for mass consumption, both in sound quality and level of catchiness. - Splendid Magazine
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Everyone who experiences the music of Electric Candy Shop can tell you that their music will take you through an emotional spin cycle of relationships and the human condition. The music, coupled with their high-energy stage performance, brings the audience an experience they will not forget.
Electric Candy Shop started their careers just a few short years ago in early 2000 with focusing on writing and performing original music that would break through all the barriers of a regional music scene infatuated with cover bands. Electric Candy Shop began their career as a 4-piece rock band including Tony (Vocals / Rhythm Guitar), Pat (lead guitar), Todd (Bass / Back-Up Vocals) and Mark (Drums) but realized their sound was still evolving. With the addition of the multi-talented Fred Sadge on the Keyboard / Back-Up Vocals and Rhythm Guitar they knew they found their missing link. They began writing new material as a 5-piece to integrate Fred deeply into their musical personality, while continuing to play shows to hone Fred''s on-stage performance.
With word of this band spreading like a wild fire, Electric Candy Shop has been afforded numerous opportunities to share the stage with some well know acts such as Bent Blue, Mere Mortals, July For Kings, Lifer/ My Downfall, Negative Space, Teenage Girls, The Badlees, The Collective, The Underwater, Emily''s Toybox and many others.
With the release of Theories of Emotion, their first single "Fallen" has received prime time airplay on 98.5KRZ as well as numerous college radio stations. Fallen was added to https://www.tradebit.com and premiered at # 63 in the overall rock charts and # 23 on the rock (general) subgenre. After only 5 days on the chart, they quickly moved to # 6 and # 4 respectively. In addition to the success of Fallen, Space Machine was selected to be the opening track on "Initial Stages" an indie comp released by NEPA https://www.tradebit.com and https://www.tradebit.com.
While playing out and to support "Theories of Emotion" the band continued to perfect their stage performance, as well as write new material. Just releasing their newest album "Symphony on Saturn", the band is creating a buzz around them like no other all-original act in Northeastern Pa. "Symphony on Saturn" allowed the band to showcase their diversity, musicianship, songwriting ability, as well as the talents of its newest member. "Fred Sadge''s crystalline keyboard compositions hug the albums ten tracks like Saturn''s vibrant rock-filled ring ... and his dreamy influence marks a noticeable difference between the bands debut album "Theories of Emotion" and their new disc [Symphony on Saturn]." - Gene Padden, Electric City.