Vibrotica merges the aggressive power pop of Foo Fighters and Queens of the Stone Age with the moody atmospheric rock of U2 and Radiohead. Their music has been compared to the Beatles and David Bowie for melodic strength and sonic experimentation.
Formed in January 2000, Vibrotica released the "Neverbend" EP that year, followed by the "Counting Spies" LP in 2002. Both CD's garnered excellent reviews in the Boston press (Northeast Performer, Soundcheck, The Noise, and The Phoenix), and has received airplay on Boston radio stations (WBCN and WAAF). Vibrotica's regional shows have earned them accolades with audiences in the northeast region, and the band is gearing up for national exposure in the near future.
Most Recently, Vibrotica entered the studio with producer Jim Sampas. Sampas has been interviewed on National Public Radio twice in the last two years, and the Los Angeles Times calls him "the thinking person's producer." His projects have involved such highly regarded artists as: Ben Harper, Son Volt, Chrissie Hynde, Aimee Mann, Los Lobos, Ani DiFranco, Tom Waits, Morphine, Michael Stipe, Eddie Vedder, Beck, Joe Strummer, Steven Tyler, Patti Smith, and Warren Zevon. The collaboration found the foursome exploring different harmonies and textures without compromising their ability to be atmospheric and edgy.