Radio Underground | Dark and Getting Darker

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Dark and Getting Darker

by Radio Underground

Catchy songs and powerful guitars make up this Vermont rock band's debut.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Palace of Tears
4:37 album only
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2. Hold On
4:38 album only
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3. California Dreaming
10:37 album only
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4. Johnny Bronco
8:33 album only
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5. Gone, Gone, Gone
6:14 album only
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6. Coming Over the Hill
4:55 album only
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7. Blue Water
4:52 album only
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8. Lost in Space
6:50 album only
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9. Lifetime
4:55 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is the long-anticipated debut album from Vermont rock band Radio Underground. The quartet (Arty LaVigne – guitar and vocals, Mark Christensen – lead guitar, Chris Simard – bass and Andrew Bedard – drums) spent the last year working at Lovetown Studio in Middlesex, Vermont with engineer Bennett Shapiro and have now proudly launched the results of their labor. LaVigne says, “When I was younger I dreamed of a group of friends that would play my songs. Radio Underground is that dream come true and this album is the rocking result.”

Formed in 2006, the band grew out of the ongoing collaboration between LaVigne and Christensen after the dissolution of their former band The John Tower Group. They have played regularly throughout the upper half of Vermont at venues large and small (Higher Ground, Nectars/Metronome, the Monkey House, etc.). The band’s sound mixes Americana, modern and classic rock, propelled by LaVigne’s songwriting and Christensen’s fretboard exploration. Christensen has played throughout the Northeast with various groups including Robert Fripp and the Orchestra of Crafty Guitarists and has worked with LaVigne since they met in the mid-1990s. Simard and Bedard each also have a long list of Burlington-area bands to their credit.

Equal parts Grateful Dead, Crazyhorse and U2 with a sprinkling of Warren Zevon on top, they combine forces to take roots rock and Americana into space and beyond.

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