Biography

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Elevator Music is an indie-rock band originating from Calgary, Alberta in 2009. Two years into creation, Vocalist/Guitarists, Anthony Kameka and Juan Delfin, Drummer Nigel, Pohran, and Bassist, Willand Moralda have formed their own unique spin on the traditional four-piece pop soundscape and taking reference from bands such as Tokyo Police Club, Death Cab for Cutie and The Strokes to produce hook filled, clever, melodic, guitar based pop.

Taking the Calgary music scene by storm, they released their first self-titled EP in August 2009 which has been featured on various radio stations and indie-rock play lists across the net. Using this exposure, they have been expanding their foreign and local fanbase by playing in national festivals including New Music West and opening for international acts such as Current Swell.

In the winter of 2010, the band returned to the studio to work on their latest release, and first Full Length album, “LIMA” which was released on June 11, 2011. “LIMA” features further musical and song-writing growth by the band, while sticking to their straight forward formula of hook laden, infectious pop music. One of the songs, “Rockets and Dinosaurs” placed Elevator Music into the top 10 of a song contest hosted by local commercial radio station, X 92.9. Elevator Music is currently playing as many shows as possible in Western Canada in support of the new album.

Official Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/elevatormusiconline
Download music here: http://elevatormusic.bandcamp.com
Obligatory Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/elevatormusiconline

Edited by loNRG on 18 Aug 2011, 13:46

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