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  • Years Active

    2015 – present (6 years)

  • Founded In

    Staten Island, New York, New York, United States

  • Members

    • Bill Gagliardi
    • Joe Pecora
    • Mike (2015 – present)
    • Vine (2015 – present)

Red Vox is a New York City based band formed in 2015. The band's debut album, What Could Go Wrong, was released in 2016. Staying somewhat rooted in guitar driven rock reminiscent of the early 90s, What Could Go Wrong would show signs of things to come, including a melody that would later be fleshed out on their 2017 full length follow-up. Another Light sees the band sounding more confident and varied than their first record. The 9 minute pseudo-prog song Stranded and brisk acoustic album Kerosene would follow. In July 2020, they released their follow-up to Another Light, Realign, which took the band's sound in a more electronic, synth-based direction. In October 2020, They released a previously unnanounced EP named Lost For A While. Currently, they are working on their fifth LP, a grungey hard-rock album.

Though they don't necessarily adhere to one specific genre, Red Vox takes inspiration from a number of classic and contemporary rock bands. Lead singer and songwriter, Vinny, has said that bands like Radiohead, Pixies, David Bowie, Pink Floyd, The Cars, Wilco, MGMT, The Clash, Tame Impala, Queens of the Stone Age and Talking Heads were big influences. Some consider the music psychedelic, though not it's exclusively so. According to Vinny, the name of the band came from a dream. This became a sort of theme for Red Vox as multiple songs have been claimed to originate from dreams.

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