Songwriter Marc Benning says 34 Satellite’s second album of guitar pop was born of heartbreak. But if Stop chronicles a domestic dissolution, perhaps it was Benning's automotive obsession that brought it on. “Charleston” is a perfect driving rocker. It has a town's name for a title and mentions the blue sky overhead, while a rhythm section comprised of a former Screaming Trees drummer and Whiskeytown bassist create a solid rhythmic chassis.
Infinite Styles gives the listener a further insight to the many styles of 1200 TECHNIQUES, from breakbeats to funkified electronica...
The package entitled One Time Live contains all the band's video clips including the making of their ARIA award winning...
This EP has been a journey for us… We started, stopped, and started again… At times we thought we wouldn’t...
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