Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Atlanta's own Winston Audio takes to road- dates with Color Revolt, Meat Puppets and more, The Red Rhythm out now!

Southern boys Winston Audio continue their never ending US tour!
Out in support of their current self released LP The Red Rhythm,
Winston Audio have warmed stages in front of Manchester Orchestra, FUN and the Audrey Sessions.

Garnering tons of love from press including the cover of Performer Magazine,
Winston Audio spent time off the road in the studio with producer Dan Hannon
working on a special 7” that will feature The Red Rhythm’s “Hey Ann” and new track.
Release date to be announced soon!

Winston Audio’s latest single “Hey Ann” recently joined the ranks of songs by heralded artists like
Elvis Costello, Iron and Wine and Passion Pit as one of the featured tracks of June’s Paste Magazine sampler.

Winston Audio will be featured in the October issue of Alternative Press magazine in the AP Recommends. Other bands that have been featured include: Tokyo Police Club, Audrey Sessions, Good Ol War, and Russian Circles.

On Tour This Fall- More Dates Coming Soon!
October 2nd- Princess Theater - Columbus, MS
October 3rd- Hayride Soundstage - Shreveport, LA
October 4th- Haileys w/ Colour Revolt - Denton, TX
October 5th- The Parish w/ Colour Revolt and UME - Austin, TX
October 6th- Mangos w/ Colour Revolt and UME - Houston, TX
October 9th- The Drunken Unicorn w/ Young Orchids - Atlanta, GA
October 10th- Mellow Mushroom Bar w/ UME and The Classic Flame - Tuscaloosa, AL
November 9th- Adrian College- Tobias Room w/ The Injured List - Adrian, MI
November 10th- Mac’s Bar - Lansing, MI
November 13th- Schuba’s Tavern with Meat Puppets - Chicago, IL

Denver's Something Like Sound likened the band's live performance to that of hard-hitting fan favorites like Alkaline Trio and Taking Back Sunday, though pointing out that "the Winston Audio guys definitely had a slightly more upbeat approach than those groups.”

This was the first time we had seen or even heard of Winston Audio, but man we were missing out. The guys from Georgia give off a southern indie-rock vibe that you truly experience in their live performance.
Cleveland's Pushing Triggers

It was “Hey Ann” that had people rushing over to the merch table to buy their new album The Red Rhythm.
Kansas City's Popwreckoning

You get the loud, wailing guitar infrastructures and huge choruses and verses, but you also get the confidence of major alternative rock groups that made music to make music and, which has nearly all been forgotten, make a statement.
Absolute Punk

The only thing chunkier than the riffs are the heavy lyrics, and when you can put that kind of combination together, you know you have a winner. The Red Rhythm is definitely that.
Stereo Subversion

It may not be what hipsters want right now, but it is certainly what people need.
Flagpole Magazine

Producer Dan Hannon’s skill and the poetry of the band successfully introduce an album of clever, life-inspired lyrics with the essence of classic ‘90s rock.
Ticket Alternative Live

“How a plant blossoms and dies and comes back again. Seasons reflect the same thing. It's all rhythmical. Just like your heart pumps blood at a constant pace. So as people we try to find where we fit in with that. Specifically, where death fits in.” This is The Red Rhythm as Daniel Dewitt, singer and bassist, of Winston Audio describes it.

The Red Rhythm is the first full length from Georgia’s Winston Audio, but by no means is Winston Audio some new band. Winston Audio formed in 2002 sporting a younger sound that lacked the romantic fury they have now. As the days have faded into the past members have changed, as they do in bands, but when the current line-up of Daniel Dewitt, Dan Gleason, Zach Brown, Michael Adkins, and Shane Lenzen O'Conell began to play and write together the sound expanded, more textures found homes, and waves rushed in for melodies to harmonize over drenched drunk guitars.

Touches of Seattle darkness, Southern heartfelt indie-rock, these phrases get glued to Winston Audio to describe their sound, their sonic output, but neither of these really describes them. As the name of the album suggests Winston Audio are slaves to a rhythm, a rhythm that takes the listener to a place they have been to before, a place familiar enough for them to let lose and feel the great release only a band can bring, no where do you see this more than when Winston Audio takes to the stage, their true home. Live they have become known for communicating a subtlety in loudness that truly puts them in a class all of their own. Stages have been shared with Silversun Pickups, Manchester Orchestra, FUN, Colour Revolt, Straylight Run, Anathallo, and mewithoutyou.

This is just the beginning for Winston Audio. The rhythms and hums of the music have not even begun to travel their distances.


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