Drawing upon years of collective on-stage experience and studio recording,
Phoenix-based Radiofix has come together on a mission to capture the ears of
listeners and audiences worldwide.
With fierce guitar riffs, classic vocals and a steady, in-your-face rhythm
section, Radiofix creates a unique mix of classic rock influences and
popular alternative sounds that appeals to a wide range of listeners.
The current lineup finally came together when singer/songwriter and lead
guitarist Daniel Charles met Matt “Sluffy” McMoots, a talented guitar player
who would soon pick up the bass to play with Radiofix. He tapped roommate
Tim Schultz to provide a solid backbone on the drums and after just a week
of jam sessions it became more than apparent that the three would be a
"The group we've got with myself, Matt and Timmy is really special because
not only are we on the same page musically but everything else just matched
up,” Daniel says. “There's no pressure and we're just out to have a good
time, entertain people and play some kick-ass rock music."
With 2003’s self-titled debut album and its extremely popular 2007 follow-up
*Angels and Skeletons*, Radiofix has generated a buzz across the Phoenix
area, playing many of the top local venues such as the Clubhouse and Martini
Ranch. The group’s love of performing live is apparent at their shows as the
self-proclaimed “on-stage party” is contagious among everyone in attendance.
“There’s just something about playing live and exchanging excitement and
energy with the crowd,” Sluffy says. “It’s why we write, it’s why we play,
it’s why we do what we do and we just want everyone to have a good time.”
Aside from its dynamic live performances, Radiofix has a marketable sound
that is a conglomeration of influences ranging from the late 60’s through
today with a strong emphasis on vintage riffs, progressive rhythms and
“I’ve been waiting to have the opportunity to play in a group like this with
such a great sound and solid musicians,” Tim says. “I knew it as soon as we
jammed together and it’s something unbelievable for people out there to
enjoy as much as we do.”