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Conceived in Los Angeles, decoded is a three-piece organic rock group known for their memorable songs, captivating live shows and relentless work ethic. By using elements of grunge, blues, lounge and Native American influences rhythms and melodies, they've been able to create their own sonic niche in the flooded landscape of sub-genres. Comprised of Derek Jordan on vocals and guitar, Amy Clark on bass and Heather Miller on drums, decoded has released two EPs to date: "Topanga" in 2013 and "The/Split" in 2012, both of which were produced by Davey Rieley. The group released their first music video (Directed by Jared Sagal) in March 2014 for the song "Red Handed". Decoded's single "Topanga" off of the "Topanga" EP is currently being played in rotation on over 100 college radio stations around the United States, including reaching #1 at 88.7FM WPCD in Champaign, IL. The band toured the Northwestern United States in March 2014, which was highlighted by a performance on the opening night of the year's Treefort Music Fest in Boise, Idaho.