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Featuring guitarist/vocalist Bill Gerazounis, bassist Alex Karasinski, and drummer Mike Frizzel; The Static Dial started as a series of acoustic demos, and evolved into a project that explores different musical avenues and textures; dressing up creative material that’s both motor city indie rock energy, and a world/jazz/fusion musician’s attitude to arrangement and structure. Layered melodic textures, and an orchestral sense of rhythm and groove, on the ”dial” between radio dials. A space claimed for a new musical landscape among the sonic ether.
Working with friend and producer Andy Patalan on both their three track debut, and its 2012 follow up; the “Move Along” extended single; elements of reggae, Mediterranean, and African flavors are mixed with Detroit rock attitude; and a sense of crafting ambient soundscapes.
Also working with several national and international touring bands; The Static Dial have received generous radio support from their hometown to the U.K.; as well as being featured in several music publications in north America and Europe.
Late 2013 brought the release of a new single for the track “Desert Song”. Bringing images of the American south west to mind, and displaying a deep sense of dynamics; it’s both a Bolero and an explosive raw energy song.
A music video and mini documentary were released in late 2014; filmed and produced by CreateMI’s Jason Conley. It captures the Detroit band’s personality and surroundings by someone who knows both the city’s energy and the band very well.
Early 2015 saw the release of The Static Dial’s full length debut, “Audio Nomad”; taking the music into exciting new creative territory on it’s journey forward.
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