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"If Northern Liberties band Modern Colour were a cocktail, their recipe of rock would be a simple, familiar mix but with a very strong, unique and heavy taste. First, you take the crunchy blues of Eric Clapton’s Cream. Next, mix in some psychedelic wah- wahs and sweet guitar leads of the Jimi Hendrix Experience. Shake that up with some soul and serve on the rocks, adding a hint of swagger à la Mick Jagger’s Rolling Stones for garnish and good measure. On paper, Modern Colour seems like your prototypical rock band. You have Northern Liberties native Stephan Sirochman, an off-the-wall rock star in the making who plays guitar and sings; Chris Boyle, the too-cool-for-school bassist who flashes some funk every now and again; and Tom Weir, a drummer who’s as solid as they come and carries the band’s business just like he carries their beats."
“The White Stripes brought the blues into mainstream with their deconstructed stylings, The Black Keys continue this with their exceptional releases. Modern Colour keeps it simple and a little dirty (in a good way).”
"I witnessed Modern Colour destroy the stage with high-energy, youthful, positive Rock-n-Roll. Good stage presence, lyrics, song arrangements, and most importantly, a ton of originality!"