MP3 Sub-Urban Addiction - Slightly Crazed
Pop-Rock with vivid story-like lyrics, soulful melodies, and just a touch of gay
If Simon Cowell were to describe sub-urban addiction, he would most definitely tell you that "This Band Sucks." And then he would tell you about their music...
14 MP3 Songs
POP: Power Pop, ROCK: Modern Rock
SIMON COWELL would probably tell you that these guys really suck, but he wouldn''t be talking about their music! Meet Sub-Urban Addiction.
The new CD, titled "Slightly Crazed," contains "Caught Up In My Drama" and "Living Online," plus bonus tracks and dance remixes. The official website, https://www.tradebit.com contains song lyrics, credits, liner notes, photos and a few other surprises.
Sub-Urban Addiction is the brainchild of Billy Bures and William Schrul. After working together for several years and exploring everything from techno, to dance, to rock, they settled on what they refer to as "pop/rock with an alternative twist."
Billy and William met in New York while working for legendary 80''s dance music producer Bobby Orlando (Divine- drag diva, singer and actor; and The Pet Shop Boys). While working on remixing Bobby''s catalog, Billy and William discovered that they had a few ideas of their own. A short time later, Sub-Urban Addiction was born.
While The Two William''s are the core of the band, they worked with guitar players Allen Copeland and Joseph Pla, who were both instrumental in finding the new sound that would become Sub-Urban Addiction. Combining the loops and samples of their dance music past with Joe and Allen''s guitar was the perfect mix. They now had a sound that best showcased William''s story-like lyrics and soulful voice and Billy''s engineering and producing skills.
Currently, Billy, or DJ Billy B as he is known, has his own recording studio in New York (Route 66 Studios). He is also co-creator and DJ of a local radio show. William is writing his first novel, "Dear Bitch."
Visit the band''s website at https://www.tradebit.com