The Stereofidelics | Dynamite Fist

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Dynamite Fist

by The Stereofidelics

Fun, guy/girl funk soul rock (with an electric violin and feet that play bass).
Genre: Rock: Funk Rock
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1. Eye to Eye
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2. Stay Awake
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3. Full of Sugar
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4. One, Two, Three, Four
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5. Dynamite Fist
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6. Lies
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7. Gears and Fears
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8. Speak No More
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9. Burn It With Beauty
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10. Baby That's You
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Album Notes
Four instruments, two dynamic voices, and a record of relentless touring have earned virtuosic funky indie rock duo the StereoFidelics their reputation as a superb, high-energy live act.

Imagine you’re back in time enjoying the groove and virtuosity of 70’s art-rock band, then hurled decades forward, colliding with the energy and intensity of today’s indie rock scene. There’s unexpectedly powerful jazzy female vocals intertwined with a strong, satin-smooth male voice. Thumping synth basslines and popping, funky drumbeats drive the skillfully intricate guitar playing and explosions of electric violin string-shredding. Reflecting their influences of past and present (including Frank Zappa, Led Zeppelin, the Talking Heads, Arcade Fire, and the White Stripes), the StereoFidelics avoid performing with loops, computers, and digital effects in favor of the more organic approach of using Moog Taurus pedals, scat vocal solos, and multi-instrumentalism. You see, the fast-fingered guitar player (Chris Padgett) keeps the basslines pounding through a one-octave floor keyboard, the tiny female vocalist (Melissa McGinley) is also the drummer; he sings too, and she plays violin. They perform with a natural passion and synchronicity that not only dispels any association with the herky-jerky one-man-band cliché, but post-performance, leaves their audience sympathetically exhausted and dripping with sweat.

Known for booking their own tours, designing album covers, screen printing tour t-shirts, and even making some of their onstage clothing, StereoF is a do-all whirlwind of creative energy. Relentless touring of the US and calling their van home for much of the time (performing around 200 shows per year) has gained the StereoFidelics a dedicated following around the country. Their new studio release, Dynamite Fist, already receives solid airplay from college and community radio stations coast-to-coast. They have performed at clubs and festivals with Love Tractor, Future Man, Donna the Buffalo, Enter the Haggis, Rubblebucket,, That 1 Guy, and Jackyl among others.

Chris Padgett–electric guitar, acoustic guitar, foot-operated synth-bass, vocals
Melissa McGinley–electric violin, drums, vocals


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