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Air Traffic Controller / Press

“Air Traffic Controller’s latest release is a roller coaster fun ride of pop punk mixed with electronic and a damn good time.”

“Here at MAGNET, we are often guilty of assuming most bands name themselves arbitrarily or whatever sounds cool. Imagine our surprise when we learned that Boston singer/songwriter Dave Munro named his band Air Traffic Controller after his experience as an actual air traffic controller in the U.S. Navy.”

“Last week, Boston-based Air Traffic Controller stopped by Relix for a boiler room performance. The group kicked things off with “Hurry Hurry,” the first track from their new album Nordo. Produced by Bleu, the sophomore recording from Air Traffic Controller is set for a June 26 release by Sugarpop Records.”

“Munro and company are in control.”

“NORDO has the appeal to make waves on a mainstream level, the way bands like fun. and Foster the People have found success in recent years.”

“Air Traffic Controller is on the fast track to success.”

“Air Traffic Controller ready for new heights”

“The Hottest Act in New England 2012”

“When you hear about a rock group called something like The Killers or the Mountain Goats, you don’t expect the moniker to have any meaning aside from an irony-soaked cool sounding band name. But for Dave Munro, the name Air Traffic Controller is both his band and his vocation.”

“Got a minute? Check out the frenetic new video for “Hurry Hurry” from Boston indie-pop outfit Air Traffic Controller. The song comes from the album Nordo, which was produced by singer-songwriter Bleu, and hits stores June 26 via Sugarpop Records.”