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The Modulators



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The Modulators were a local New Jersey band that played the small clubs in NJ and New York almost weekly during the early 80’s. They released several singles and one nine song E.P., “Tomorrow’s Coming” on Vintage Vinyl records, an off shoot of the local record store of the same name.

Their music was inspired by The Beatles, The Byrds, Buddy Holly and Marshall Crenshaw among others. Their music was 80’s power pop at it’s finest. The special effects heavy video for the song “Spin Me Around” received heavy rotation on the Newark, NJ video channel U68. The Modulators may hold the record for playing Bloomfield, NJ’s The Dirt Club more times than any other band. Their song “Down At The Dirt” was the clubs theme song and appeared on the “Dirt Compilation Vol. 1.” The Modulators primarily were Joe Riccardello on bass & Keyboards, Mark Higgins on Guitar and Mark Westlake on Drums and Jim Brennan on Bass.


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