Redshift | Mayday Radio

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by Redshift

Memorable alternative rock inspired by pop music from numerous eras and influenced by artists such as U2, Pearl Jam and Coldplay.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Ultraviolet
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2. Ghosts in my Head
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3. Love Radiate
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4. Stay Awake
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5. Oxygen
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6. Transparently Perfect
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7. Wheels of the World
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8. Electric Sunset
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9. R.L.D.
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10. Supersonic
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11. The News, Frontpage
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Redshift rides atop the modern rock wave that crashes through our lives everyday. Inspired by rock from numerous eras [classic to 80's to grunge] and fueled by influences such as U2, Pearl Jam and Coldplay, Redshift has forged its own version of stylish pop rock with hooks that cut deep into the musical soul. The songs themselves are textured and layered, and the themes run the gamut from political to personal. The lyrics reflect both hope and hopelessness, and the fleeting feeling of futility that we all experience in this maddening journey that we navigate everyday.

The Noise Magazine says that on Mayday Radio "Redshift displays areas of brilliance."

The Metronome Magazine chimes in: "Redshift delivers some truly contemporary pop rock sounds that will surely find it's way to the airwaves and stages of college students throughout the country. Good stuff."

Smother.net says, "the musicianship is pretty outstanding."


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