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Radiophonic

Radiophonic writes passionate music that marries pop sensibilities with innovative musical leaps. Ready for playlists with Kings of Leon, Shiner, Band of Horses, Spoon, Porcupine Tree, The National and Muse, Radiophonic's album is a perfect fit for modern rock and college radio.

Their music has been featured on MTV's The Real World and band members have shared stages across the USA with Paula Cole, Francis Dunnery, Deadman and Bob Schneider.

What others have said...

“Four Stars! I am glad to see that real music is still aliv. and kicking...keep t ...read more

Radiophonic writes passionate music that marries pop sensibilities with innovative musical leaps. Ready for playlists with Kings of Leon, Shiner, Band of Horses, Spoon, Porcupine Tree, The National and Muse, Radiophonic's album is a perfect fit for modern rock and college radio.

Their music has been featured on MTV's The Real World and band members have shared stages across the USA with Paula Cole, Francis Dunnery, Deadman and Bob Schneider.

What others have said...

“Four Stars! I am glad to see that real music is still aliv. and kicking...keep the music coming!!!” - iTune.

“ .. a work of eloquent design. The album superbl. achieves exactly what it aims for: a conglomeration o. alternative pop and progressive modern rock. Wit. melodies that are consistently interesting to the ear. aggressive driving rhythms and just the right amount o. crunch, .. If you’re looking for an upbeat album with catch. hooks, decent harmonies and a rhythm you can bob you. head to, then Radiphonic’s I Could Have Been A Rocke. Scientist is worth a listen.. Shimmy Boyle - Muzikreviews.com Contributo. « hide

Similar Bands: Kings of Leon, Muse, Band of Horses, Spoon, Porcupine Tree

I Could Have Been a Rocket Scientist
2010

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