FROM DETROIT, Michigan, Radiocraft is making their presence known to the entire metro & surrounding areas with their notable blend of straight-up Rock/ala-Americana. Comprised of some of the finest Detroit veteran musicians and some remarkably gifted new talent, Radiocraft combines masterfully crafted rock hooks with gripping melodies and folky, teller-of-tales lyrics. In 1995, guitarist Kevin Breslin, crossed paths with singer, Suzie Ferro, and the seed of Radiocraft took root. With the addition of bassist Ken Williams, and Ferro's two brothers, guitarist, Ronnie Alcini & drummer, Danny Alcini, they recorded their first 10 song demo. The complementary song-writing skills - and for some, blood type - and careful balance of personal styles, further spawned a sound unique to Radiocraft alone. After years of writing, recording and playing together, Radiocraft emerged from the Motor City with their debut, In Stereo, released in April of 2002. Recorded at the Tempermill and produced by multiple Detroit Music Award winner, David Feeny, In Stereo has garnered rave reviews from media & fans around the world. In August of 2002, Radiocraft was awarded a $2000 grant from the Jim Beam B.E.A.M. music program, & most recently, the band and it's members landed eight nominations in six categories in the 2003 Detroit Music Awards, making Radiocraft the second most nominated act for 2003. A new international benchmark for the Detroit sound that promises to continue with their follow-up record, in collaboration with nationally renowned writer, musician & producer, Michael Lutz, set to release in 2004. And with every performance, every CD sold, and every song aired, Radiocraft is winning the attention and respect of music lovers around the globe - one fan at a time. ----- REVIEWS 'Every so often, a pleasant surprise lands on the scene, seemingly out of nowhere. The latest case study is Radiocraft's 'In Stereo'... Wonderfully sculpted tunes from a band that deserves notice.' -- Brian McCollum, Detroit Free Press 'Discovering a CD like this in your own backyard (Michigan) is like finding out you've built your house over some lost treasure... Lucky for me, this treasure was dropped right into my P.O. Box.' -- Mitch Phillips, Michiganbands.com '...my new discovery... a band called Radiocraft. ...I'm thoroughly impressed with their music...an incredible talent. ...I just fell in love with that CD this week. ...amazing.' -- Kelly Brown, CIMX -89X Radio, Detroit/Windsor 'It is one of the best indie offerings that I have heard. The songs are so strong on the CD that they could have been recorded on an answering machine and they would still have impact.' -- Rick Allen, Michiganbands.com 'Radiocraft does just what their name says: They craft radio-friendly hum-along songs that don't try too hard to be genre-trendy or ultra-commercial. They're a Levi's rock band, writing straight-up songs from the heart that you could easily hear somewhere along Route 66 or in a Midwestern juke joint. -- C.J. Bahnsen, AOL Weekender 'RadioCraft ...is mesmerizing. This band is going somewhere. Check 'em out so you can say you knew them when...' -- GoGirlsMusic 'Radiocraft is one of those bands that just needs to be famous.' -- Les Reynolds, Indie-music.com '...I've listened to this one now at least 10 times. ...It is refreshing to hear a band who thinks about writing music. ...Other bands could take a lesson from them.' -- LoveJunkie 514 Indie Music Ezine.
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