Date and Time
Thursday, February 21st, 2013 at 7:00pm
WaveRadio is a captivating and eclectic rock trio with a sound much greater than the sum of its parts. Thunderous grooves, suspenseful arrangements, and searing riffs lay the ground work for ethereal melodies and captivating hooks.
The band recently celebrated the release of it's self-titled debut EP at The Note in West Chester, PA. They performed an energy charged, forty-five minute set of the songs featured on their EP in addition to a few unreleased songs to a capacity crowd. Enthused by the success of their first major show together, WaveRadio is eager to perform again.
Maybe You Know These Guys:
Cotter, McGetrick and McLaughlin are all based in West Chester, PA where they have performed and recorded professionally in numerous ensembles and bands over the past decade. You may have seen these three out tearing it up in former bands such as Diatribe, Venomous and Monacy.
When McLaughlin and McGetrick aren't jamming with WaveRadio, they can usually be found shredding with their other bands -The Sermon and Ka-Pow!. If McLaughlin is out of town, chances are he's on the road hitting it with the legendary Chubby Checker just about anywhere in North America.
Cotter is also heavily involved in the West Chester and Philadelphia music scenes. He spends much of his time maintaining his record label and production company, TribeSound Records - the studio responsible for the creation of WaveRadio's powerful and introspective self-titled debut EP. At TribeSound, Cotter and McGetrick work tirelessly at recording and producing some of the area's finest talent.
"Left of Logic" (formerly "Your Electric Instinct") is a eclectic trio
consisting of Dan Townsend on keys, Austen Goodman on bass guitar, and Tim Knowlton on percussion. Our music started as impromptu house-show performances and grew into refined musical acts at local venues in West Chester and Philadelphia. Because our music originated in audience support, creating music that acknowledges the audience as an
essential part of the environment is and will always be a priority of the group. Using modern electronic influences while staying true to the raw quality of live rock performance makes for a swirl of sound from the future and the past. We need to keep restless feet moving and eager heads grooving!