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Genres You Will Love
Reggae: Reggae rock Rock: Jam-band Moods: Mood: Upbeat Moods: Mood: Party Music Reggae: Dub

By Location
United States - Florida

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Nothing Short of Pure

ACTIVE ingredients
Brian (Vocals/Guitar);
Chris (Bass); and
Phil (Drums)

NSOP is fueledby the coastline, waves, sun, sandy beaches, and the people who love music. Starting off as a three piece NSOP released their first self-titled album in 2005 and quickly found their music hitting the streets and reaching the airwaves. NSOP released their second album "Underneath the Palm Trees" in 2011 and received a lot of positive feedback, reviews being found in Alaska to Colorado's Buzz Magazine and closer to home along the Gulf Coast of Florida.

NSOP never turns down an event deamed “too small” nor are they intimidated to perform infront of thousands of people. NSOP finds themselfs playing at Panama City Beach’s most notorious venues including Spinnaker and Club La Vela as well as Pensacola’s infamous Sevil Quarter and finding a home in the Lobster Festival, Jamaican Festival, and the Broke Fest. NSOP has opened for acts such as The Vodoo Glow Skuls, Agent Orange, Three Legged Fox, Mike Pinto and Event Horizon (to name drop a few) with crowds ranging from a intimate bar settings to over 10,000 head festivals.

The Message...
Music, unlike anything else, is something that everybody can relate to no matter what type of genre it might be. It
has a way of expressing a feeling that simply cannot be delivered by just words or a painting on the wall. Music can be
extremely powerful, however whenever you are hit by it’s melodys, you feel no pain. It can brighten the day, bring back
memories, motivate you, and inspire you in many different ways. Knowing this, NSOP writes music that preserves the
positive, mental mind and creates a sea of vibes that are sublime. NSOP sends a different type of aura with every song we
write with the intention of taking you to your alderon.

"We make music because we live for it, and we try to spread our
vibes that we like to keep . . . Nothing Short of Pure."