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Formed in the spring of ‘10 by guitarist Ronan Fahy and singer
Commodore Vic, Cooling Towers has since garnered a healthy dose of
praise and attention for their vibrant studio recordings and
boisterous live shows. With Judy Margo on electric piano, Eric Donohue
on bass, and Pete Gamache on drums, the band has become the unique sum
of its parts; veterans from disparate corners of a diverse musical
scene. Armed with a slew of guitar hooks and a little black book full
of past regrets, their songs are decidedly romantic, and vital. Their
sound is an amalgamation of indie rock, anthemic British pop and the
angular aggression of 80's post punk. As word-of-mouth has spread,
Cooling Towers have gone from local unknowns to well-received
headliners within a matter of months. The band are currently finishing
up a collection of tracks with producer Darron Burke of Make Shift
Studio, set to be released this spring."