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3 great bands to give you a taste of local live music!
Chapala's - Mexican Radio Whoah!
Sepia will be performing at the Live Lixx at Sixx from 6-7 which includes a live performance and radio interview. Come down if you're at the beach, or watch the live video broadcast this day at Six on Irieradio.com
Let it be Summer! 3 of your favorite bands are playing at Sonomas!!! Show starts with Frenamie at 9, Sepia at 10, and ends with VOE at 11!!! Come out, bring friends, and celebrate Summer!!!!
Sounds Like: Alkaline Trio, Faith No More, Goo Goo Dolls, LIVE, Weezer
Label: Sepia Records
Bio: Sepia is a four-piece modern rock band from Baltimore, MD. Sepia draws from a diverse set of influences spanning rock, pop, punk, and folk; creating a compelling mix of acoustic driven power-pop infused with traces of classic 90's grungy rock. Regardless of labels, their music is distinctly that...See Full Bio
: Sepia has a show on 07/12/2014 at 08:00 PM @ Sonoma's in Columbia, MD http://t.co/FYbFS02Kd9 #concert
“Having never heard of this band before, I was delightfully surprised as I listened to "...Break My Heart" by Baltimore's Sepia. Started in 2006 it is comprised of Chris Grey, Colleen Becker, Derek Falzoi, and Ryan Beckelman. At first listen, I really couldn't put a comparison to anyone because each song is from a different genre, which I loved. You have some rock, you have some alternative, and you have some acoustic rock. 'Bait Me" reminded me of Nirvana with its guitars. 'Going' has that Dramarama feel. The one song that did stand out to me instantly from this album was 'Don't Get Me Wrong'. It was a perfect mixture of Weezer meets Death Cab For Cutie. Taking almost two and a half years to record, Sepia has put out 12 original songs from this release and you can tell from the sound of it, they took their time to get it right. The last track, 'Better Than Nothing' could have made a Vertical Horizon CD. All in all, I was more than pleased with this disc from Sepia.”