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Retro Modern Pop
The San Diego Troubadour describes 321 Stereo. “One of the best new wave/pop/dance bands going in San Diego today, 321 Stereo turn out amazing tracks that while all thoroughly modern, all sound like they have been influenced by the best of the 80's hits, mixing dance and new wave, synths and shufflebeats. To my ears the closest benchmark would be Scandal, but any classic early eighties MTV would fit the bill. Indeed, this group appeals on so many levels, from electronica to powerpop, their music touching on a lot of pop culture sounds."
The group stormed the scene back in 2009 and immediately set ablaze a fresh, fun, and infectious sound that leaves their audiences wanting more. As evident by their nominations at the 2010, 2011, and 2012 San Diego Music Awards, 321 Stereo has established itself as one of the premier pop groups in Southern California.
The San Diego bred band captures the essence of the carefree, no worries, party rock attitude that “America’s Finest City” is well known for. With a group that resembles the United Nations more so than your typical rock band, 321 Stereo features quite the refreshing line up as they all hail from very diverse backgrounds. Their brand new release "Stop, Drop & DANCE!" features popular singles "So Fresh" and "Video Game".
321 Stereo is made up of Josey Williams (Lead Vocals), Patrick Dela Cruz (Drums), Tricia Naval (Bass), Raj Rajasingh (Guitars), and Allan Celio (Keyboards)