Glass Radio is one of those bands you can't quite put your finger on. They have a unique sound which is infectiously likable- all the while maintaining the soul of golden- era Rock and Roll. In a world ravaged by musical conformity, they refuse to settl...
Glass Radio is one of those bands you can't quite put your finger on. They have a unique sound which is infectiously likable- all the while maintaining the soul of golden- era Rock and Roll. In a world ravaged by musical conformity, they refuse to settle with today's era of cookie-cutter pop singers and electronic beats. What do they sound like? How to put it... If Jack White stepped into a DeLorean, fired it up to 88mph, went back in time and picked up the likes of Led Zeppelin and Social Distortion, and then threw them in a boxing ring... That's just the tip of the iceberg. Over the past year, they have begun to carve out their place in the Orange County music scene- letting people know, they are here to stay. And people are taking notice.
Glass Radio consists of its three founding members; Guitarist/vocalist Nate Curiel, Bassist/vocalist Kyle Korby, and Drummer/vocalist Nick Bishop. They met in the spring of 2013, while working at a local coffee shop in San Juan Capistrano. The trio bonded over their mutual love for classic Rock and Roll, and sought to create something fresh. Their first EP, "Already Gone" was released in April of 2015 under the band name End of the Line. Following the release, they played a variety of shows all over Orange County; including multiple shows at The Wayfarer in Costa Mesa, and even a six-month residency at Sunsets in Capo Beach. Shortly after, they decided to start fresh. Enter Glass Radio!
Building on the momentum of "Already Gone", the band spent the early weeks of 2016 recording 12 new songs for release later this year. They plan to play as many shows as possible in 2016 to promote their new music.