By Andrea Ramirez-Maciolek, Rock At Night Philadelphia Correspondent
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Pacific Radio is a band to keep in mind and on the radar of up and coming super bands to have in your music collection of greats. The band which is full of fun and dynamic songs is based out of L.A. California.
They have created impressive momentum throughout the West Coast music scene with their infectious and addictive songs. The band consists of Joe Robinson (vocals), Joe Stiteler (bass), Kyle Biane (guitar), and Hyke Shirinian (drums)
Their first full length debut album called “Pretty, but Killing Me” is due to be released on December 8th just in time to spread holiday riot cheer. I promise, the catchy chorus of their songs will be on rewind over, and over, and over, in your head all day.
“Pretty, but Killing Me” is a well produced album by Grammy nominated producer Eric Weaver. All the songs on the album are tight and full of creative prowess. The songs are anthems of bad love and good love without the cheesiness of love ballads but with the reality that “hey, life goes on lets grab some beers, move on and have some fun”. Pacific Radio is a must have in your music collection and as a music writer, they stole my heart.
In the interview, Joe Robinson talks about their new full length album Pretty, but Killing Me, and the origins of the song “Kitchen Table”. He also spoke about what it was like to be amongst the impressive list of bands at the Bottlerock concert in Napa Valley, California and many more fun facts about what makes this band so talented and unforgettable.
LINK to Album on iTunes–Pacific Radio’s Pretty, but Killing Me--Release date December 8, 2017
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I'm a photojournalist who is passionate about music. I love the adrenaline of shooting live concerts. Photography has given me the opportunity to photograph some of today's most legendary bands, and entertainers. When I'm not photographing music you can find me on the runway shooting New York and Philadelphia Fashion Week.
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