in South Florida, Anthony’s band, The Kinected, experienced its first taste
of national success with debut album Evolution #9, the success of which earned The
Kinected spots on bills with the likes of Candlebox, Dashboard Confessional, O.A.R.
— Chuck King, MetroJolt
we get albums that are not as good as we had hoped and we struggle to write a review
because we can’t find enough to write about, this is not the case. This is
amazing, one of the best quality albums for an independent artist I’ve heard
in a long time. Every song is incredibly catchy but not too much like everything
else you hear on the radio from artists that have sold out. The guitar is incredibly
clean and you can make out every note without having to think about it, every drum
beat comes in so clear you don’t even have to listen, you can just feel it.
The bass keeps the groove going and the vocals are just the cherry on top. This
is one of those albums that has me wondering why it is The Kinected is not bigger.
I would highly recommend keeping an eye on this band, they are bound to do something
huge with their careers. They have this ability in their music to appeal to the
masses who enjoy today’s music but at the same time give off this vibe of
— Andrew Maffettone (Founder/CEO), Booked
glance, it’s as if Peter Gabriel’s “Shock The Monkey” has
been reborn in the 21st Century. Upon closer look however, you’ll see that
the video for The Kinected’s “Hypnotize” is so much more (And
with no monkeys to boot). They’re a little bit retro (Think INXS and Duran
Duran) and a little bit modern (BLACK TAXI immediately comes to mind) with a whole
lotta electro thrown in for good measure making for a killer combination.
Vocalist/guitarist Alex Zapatier is a smooth operator behind the mic but it’s
the collected charisma of The Kinected that takes “Hypnotize” to new
— POP! Blerd, The
Viewfinder: The Kinected, “Hypnotize” by JESSE on Sep 11, 2012 •