You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your ReverbNation experience.
Brian Schick and John Brown founded London Transit in November 2004 as a side project when the drummer from the duo’s main band, Sky Pilot, decided to leave. London Transit shifted into high gear in fall 2006 as they began to write new material. Influenced by the British electro/club scene and avant-garde rockers Radiohead, Schick and Brown focused on developing an electro sound that was hormonally more danceable and less remote than club electronica or self-conscious as indie rock.
London Transit released their first full-length album Digital Kid in early July 2009 after working on the electro-based compositions over the past four years. Updating two early tracks “Capital” and “Target Market,” adding new member C.J. Drumeller, and developing a fresh batch of songs was worth the wait. Shiny and sleek, these songs wiggle through dance-pop grooves like a Brazilian supermodel plunging across a Slip-and-Slide. -Ink Magazine
With the 2011 release of "Fake Figures" London Transit looks to redefine a sound that has been hidden in experimentation. Reaching a broad range of new listeners without compromise, "Fake Figures" will set a new precedent for the bands song writing and performance. - Pitch Magazine
Later in 2011 London Transit added Drummer Robert William Jarrett III to the lineup bringing a new world of dynamics and improvisation. London Transit is currently writing their 3rd release charted for the later part of 2012.