If synth pop wandered into a dark alley and found itself viciously
beaten by a gang of guitar distortion and layered rhythms, it might
sound an awful lot like The Town Monster.
The band's 8-song release "New Life" had media citing influences as
diverse as "Midnite Vultures" - era Beck to "Ministry at its most
crushing." The resulting melange is propulsively agressive and
unrelentingly groovy. Oh, and it's a two-piece that's making all that
Vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Nathan Photos rains down guitar
riffs and shoots up synth lines with a vocal range that runs from black
metal growl to Prince falsetto. Drummer Matt Grady's piercing beats add
the right level of organic to the electronic, making this musical
cyborg's eyes glow red.
The band has shared stages with appropriately diverse national acts
including Weezer and Crystal Castles with radio airplay ranging from
regular Top 5 play on local independent juggernaut CD102.5 in their
hometown of Columbus, Ohio, to spins on L.A. modern rock staple KROQ.
The music all culminates in The Town Monster's crushing live show, an
electro bath of sensory overload. It finds out what happens when noise
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