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Tryna Chill

by Resonator

Full-blown groove embodiment of wanting to remain single, tied together with R&B, soul, and blues rock.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Deep Soul
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Album Notes
Sprouting from seeds laid down by modern rock artists such as The Black Keys and The Strokes, a tasty blend of garage/blues rock has melted together to form Resonator. The group was formed by Cincinnati natives Ian Campbell (guitar/vocals) and Jackson Burton (bassist) in 2016 and later joined by Nathan Hoeweler (drums) in 2017.

After experiencing a mainstream studio setting back in 2017, the band decided to self-record their album, "Swallow Your Concerns." Once hearing about the band's self-recording pursuits, a local Cincinnati friend, and member of "The Never Setting Suns" offered up his basement studio to the band. After months of recording in the basement, audio engineering, and spicy band debates, the album was released on January 4th, 2019.

The band then recorded and self-produced the single, "Tryna Chill." Hitting the listeners with a little desert action following the main course, "Swallow Your Concerns."

"There are times when you sit down to listen to a record where everything simply falls into place, where anything that might be otherwise perceived as a technical limitation instead is just texture – in short, the whole is greater than the sum of the parts. 'Swallow Your Concerns,' the new offering from Cincinnati’s Resonator, is one such example." - Cincy Music

"These guys put on a show, and produce a sound so noisy and bluesy, it’s hard to believe the band only consists of 3 members. With raspy yet buttery vocals, smooth bass and guitar parts, and hard hitting drums, Resonator is set to take the Cincinnati scene by storm." - In The A.M.



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