Rapidly garnering attention on the Austin music scene, Digital Antique is an instrumental indie rock band performing cinematic driven compositions. The band releases their first full-length album, "II", August 24, 2012. They have already received sponsorships and TV/Film placements for the songs "NG" and "Cali", that will be released on the new album. The band is progressive in nature by using unique and changing time signatures and tempo. They also incorporate visual projections during their performances that tell stories and create a multimedia experience in order to take the audience on a journey to an imaginary field of aural content.
Known for delivering a very high energy show, infused with a huge rock sound while showcasing the classical styling of their string quartet, Digital Antique is made up of clean and dirty electric guitar, melodic style bass riffs and syncopated rhythmic drums. The band also includes a string quartet of seasoned musicians who have played all over the world. The band has shared the stage with some top industry artists such as Victor Wooten, Dr. Dog, Keller Williams, Dawes, Blitzen Trapper, RJD2, BenKweller and Kaki King. They've played locally at the best venues in Austin, including The Parish, Stubbs, The Mohawk, Emos, Beauty Bar, Ghost Room and Frank.
The album was independently recorded, mixed, and produced by Travis Kennedy. Kennedy is currently working under world famous mixing engineer Tim Palmer who mixed such records as Pearl Jam "Ten.” The Digital Antique album was recorded at several of the top studios in Austin including , Churchhouse Studios, Yellow Dog Studios, Studio 1916, and AM Stereophonic. The album was mixed at Tim Palmer’s private studio ('62 Studio).
After the release of the album in August, Digital Antique will start their North America tour, which will be followed up by an European tour soon as well.
For more information, CD /promo requests, or to set up an interview, please contact:
Dixie Yoder, (512) 608-2424, firstname.lastname@example.org
http://digitalantique.net , http://facebook.com/digitalantique