Biography

In the heart of a vast and complex urban sprawl known as Los Angeles; a city where reality is never far from the myth— four individuals, brought together by shared musical tastes and aspirations, began making music together in an old downtown warehouse. There, on the other side of decadence, the group worked tirelessly to create a unique sound, drawing from post-punk/new wave, glam and indie dance rock. The four-piece took inspiration from some of their favorite artists, acts like: Roxy Music, Echo and the Bunnymen, David Bowie and The Chameleons. Armed with an arsenal of lush melodies, spine-tingling lyrics, infectious hooks and an explosive live show, The New Room soon emerged and began gigging at venues such as The Troubadour, The Knitting Factory and The Whisky A Go Go. In 2006 the band released a self-titled three song disc which they recorded at Studio City Sound (Burbank, CA.) with the help of Grammy award winning mixer Tom Weir (Blondie, The Buzzcocks). Since then The New Room has continued to win over fans worldwide. The band is currently working on their first self-produced full length record.

Edited by Muffinigans on 30 Mar 2008, 23:44

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