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Chicago’s I:Scintilla (pronounced “eye-sin-til-uh”) have spent the last decade on a constant pursuit of musical exploration and artistic refinement. Never happy with genre boundaries, the quartet has taken its metal-infused electronica signature and drawn in elements of synth pop, trip-hop, and indie electro. The band’s brand new EP “Marrow 2″ is an excellent representation of these new influences and styles. It features four new studio recordings that range from catchy club stompers (“Skin Tight”, “Sequins & Pills”) to groovy sludge (“Ruin”) to cinematic electro-rock (“Drag Along”). The EP includes four remixes that also traverse a spectrum of genres: funk, club-friendly EBM, and even a hint of dubstep.

The band is led by dynamic frontwoman Brittany Bindrim, whose words, melodies, and emotive vocals have resonated with a devoted and growing fan base. Rounding out the lineup are Jim Cookas (guitar/programming), Vincent Grech (drums), and Brent Leitner (guitar/programming). Over the years the band has established a solid reputation as a live act with their high energy shows that feature a mix of rock and electronic elements.

I:Scintilla self-released their debut album “The Approach” in 2004. Through relentless promotion and a strong online presence, the group soon attracted attention from established indie labels and eventually signed with Belgium-based Alfa Matrix in early 2006. Their first set of releases included the EP “Havestar” (2006) and full-length album “Optics” (2007).


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  • ringwraith10

    I know they're doing a lot of touring and stuff, but I am totally ready for a new album! :D

    22 Jan 12:16am Reply
  • Catalker

    I will be listening more from this band

    2 Jan 6:31pm Reply
  • supertruper

    no powiem tak super

    29 Dec 2014 Reply


    24 Nov 2014 Reply
  • InplosiveIvory

    New Charity Single

    14 Oct 2014 Reply
  • mark4all

    Совсем недурно, жаль очень долго новый материал готовят

    23 Sep 2014 Reply
  • Wekscha

    Более быстрые песни у них нравятся больше.

    7 Jun 2014 Reply
  • losttheirrworld

    You seriously just can't help but turn this up and DANCE!! ♥

    5 Dec 2013 Reply
  • ringwraith10

    Worth the Wait = best song

    27 Nov 2013 Reply
  • mishailu

    да неплохая)

    17 Oct 2013 Reply
  • leaftoe

    "Live On JBTV" is now available here!

    19 Aug 2013 Reply
  • leaftoe

    "Marrow 2" is now available here!

    19 Jun 2013 Reply
  • Laritenni

    Наслушаться не могу, прекрасная группа.:)

    13 Jun 2013 Reply
  • NatsumeAyaSan

    Havestar! ♥

    28 May 2013 Reply
  • oo69

    Love Optics

    25 May 2013 Reply
  • tripodthunder

    Hahaha I agree with the poster below about newer Zeromancer albums... they are horrendous.

    14 May 2013 Reply
  • darrenoftinley

    they just rocked the doors off chicago hometown venue; bottom lounge. so much ass was kicked that day! \m/

    13 Apr 2013 Reply
  • nick-felix

    I hope someday they will visit moscow

    7 Mar 2013 Reply
  • jessickaz

    I honestly thought they were kinda 'meh' at first too, but on a whim I listened to Optics and Dying & Falling all the way through, and I started appreciating just how much passion went into all those songs. 'Cursive Eve' is one of my favorite songs of all time.

    20 Feb 2013 Reply
  • MachineAnimal

    Only song I really like is Swimmers Can Drown. All else seems boring to me or is this band mostly for those who like the new Zeromancer albums?

    12 Feb 2013 Reply
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