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This band writes genuine, raw, powerful rock songs. Their vocals duel and harminize with eachother like nothing I have ever heard. Tristan and James each have their own distinct sound to their voice, creating perfect blend and contrast. It would be a shame if these guys don't write and perform songs together all the way to the grave. Give these guys what they deserve and buy this masterpiece. Spoil them and yourself by going to a show and singing along with Tristan and James. Go home and listen to the record again. You're going to fall in love with this band!

Rocks My Socks

This is the best band ever! Their Music is so great! The Band them selves are the nicest people you will ever meet! ~Nate

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Biography

Formed: 2003 in Boulder, CO

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '00s

Post-hardcore quartet Signal to Noise got together in 2003 under the influence of bands like Hot Water Music, Quicksand, Texas Is the Reason, and Alkaline Trio, the band's gravelly vocals and anthemic hooks especially reminiscent of that first Gainesville act. Hailing from Boulder, CO, the crew self-released two demos and an EP — as well as scored local opening spots for bands like Planes Mistaken for Stars, Minus the Bear, and the Bronx — before their EP found its way into the hands...
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