BuzzChips Interviews Sad Robot
Sad Robot demands attention. Bringing an arsenal of dramatic lyrics, the threesome is a powerful force on the Los Angeles music scene. Having already met the major music landmarks of playing SXSW and Staples Center, Sad Robot is poised to make a significant mark within the music industry. Taking dance rock to a new level, Sad Robot blends together multiple genres to create a sound that is as gritty as it is appealing.
Most of Sad Robot’s songs feature an unwavering theme of revolt against the big machine. Perhaps that is why this powerhouse group has yet to sign with a major label. From their fervent ballads to their banging anthems, Sad Robot walks a tightrope of their own design just above what is expected from pop-inspired indie rock. The x-factor that makes Sad Robot stand out from other indie bands is their soul. Frontwoman and keyboardist Katherine Pawlak brings an Adele-like sound to the group’s vocals. With Jake Hogenson on drums and Nicolas Perez on guitar, Sad Robot is a uniquely balanced ‘Holy Trinity’ of sorts. Because they draw from a wide variety of genres for inspiration, Sad Robot’s song repertoire is guaranteed to have something for everyone.
Sad Robot – Biography
Sad Robot is an L.A. based band on the rise. The TV network, FOX has acknowledged this by featuring their single "Hold On" on the Season 8 Premiere Promo for the hit show, Bones
Los Angeles radio station KROQ has also featured “Hold On” on their Sunday night Locals Only showcase – currently being voted by listeners as the #1 track on the popular show.
Their unique 3 person wall of sound has enabled them to create their own voice in the thriving Los Angeles indie rock scene. Emotional lyrics combine with a heavy power fuzz sound that spans pop to dirty indie rock. With a high-energy stage show and unique musical style this unsigned band has accomplished quite a lot in their short existence.
In 2011 Sad Robot released their debut album The Beginning of the End. The same year also performed as a Star 98.7/Rocco's Music Nights finalist as the sole musical guest of the LA Kings at the Staples Center. They have been nominated twice by the Hollywood Music and Media awards in the alternative category. Their music has been featured on the 2013 Winter X Games, as well as on the Oxygen network show" Bad Girls Club" and Indie Films as well.
Recently creating a buzz in the digital world, this band has been featured as the new upcoming artist for the Sound Hound app. They have also been featured in many online blogs and sites such as MTV Buzzworthy, Rdio, Pure Volume, A&R Worldwide, “Blue Mics” House of Rock Podcast, Buzzband LA, Rcrd Lbl, Diffuser, The Vinyl District, 1band 1brand, Ultimate Ears, Crave Online, Brite Revolution, Pure Grain Audio, and more high profile features coming in regularly.
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