Bank: A | Still Remain - EP

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Still Remain - EP

by Bank: A

Self recorded and produced 5 track EP. Blend of indie, hip hop, rhythm and blues, desert, psychedelic and soul music.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Underground Rap
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1. Monster
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2. Stay Blind
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3. Delynch
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4. Mayorlee
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5. Your One More
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Album Notes
Bank: A is a 4 piece band from SF, Ca, consisting of Jared McGriff (vocals), Evan Sanchez (guitars, bass, drums), Brett Tyrrell (keys, bass, engineer / production) and Todd Demmer (drums). They began in 2012 as a live sampling, loop based freestyle duo after being introduced by a mutual friend. After jamming / experimenting together for a year, McGriff and Sanchez joined forces with producer / engineer / musician Brett Tyrrell and immediately began recording in their downtown San Francisco studio. The result is the Still Remain EP. During the finishing of the recording, the trio met up with another musician friend, Todd Demma, to complete the quartet.

A full length LP is underway combining tracks from their time as a trio as well as a quartet.

Wide range of influences including hip hop, breakbeats, rock, late 60's to early 70's funk, dirty blues and punk genres. Bank:A is rhythm driven, weaving guitar patterns with melodies that reference 70's soul inspirations [like Curtis Mayfield] and percussion production combos that nod toward funk and classic hip hop.

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