MP3 Off The Radar - Cut To The Chaser
Pure energy... This is power-pop at its very best! 12 great songs to jump about to. Remove all ornaments & PLAY LOUD!
12 MP3 Songs in this album (32:36) !
Related styles: Pop: Pop/Rock, Rock: Garage Rock, Mood: Party Music
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Having formed in January 2001, the band have been on the receiving end of a great deal of airplay and success - their first promotional CD was played on student and regional radio stations as far away as Italy, Holland, Germany, and Serbia-Montenegro. Their second promotional CD ‘Here It Is!’ was recorded in the now legendary, ‘Toerag’, studio (White Stripes, Datsuns, Supergrass) in London and this bagged them their first gigs in New York, in September 2003, where they received an enthusiastic reception leading to their return in April 2004.
Off The Radar’s Reading based independent label, Velocity Recordings followed this up in 2005 with the release of their debut album, ‘Seen From Space’ to critical acclaim and in 2006 two tracks from the band’s album were used by Channel 4 in national TV and radio adverts for the CH4 music web site ‘slashmusic’.
After a packed gig schedule in 2007, February 2008 saw the band’s first CD single release, ‘Accidental Birthday’ and the recording of their much anticipated second album, ''Cut to the Chaser''. The album sessions continued a long running relationship with Robin Evans (The View, Manic Street Preachers, Dodgy, Sam Brown) and is the most outstanding compilation of tracks which the trio have produced to date.
In 2009 the band have extended their live performances to include acoustic shows, bringing an increasing repertoire of songs to new audiences. With a steady supply of new songs ever at hand it will not be long before the band will be in the studio again working on their third album; 2010 looks like another busy year...
"One of the best bands around... the perfect ready-for-radio sound. Their fine-tuned rock has the horsepower of a ten-ton truck." - (Linda Serck, BBC, UK)
"Pure energy... This is power-pop at its very best! 12 great songs to jump about to. Remove all ornaments & PLAY LOUD!" - (The Overflow Network, Holland/UK)