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Music

The best kept secret in music

Press


"Solid presentation, solid image,...Super Tight!
- Sony Music


"Tight show, good look, ... A very cool show!" - Atlantic Recording


"One of the hottest things to come out of Montgomery!" - Shut Eye Records


"The city's taste in music comes mainly from homegrown talent... such as Trust Company and Bulletproof Marshmallows." - The Montgomery Advertiser


This hard-working act from Montgomery, Alabama has been providing southern comfort to live music fans with their mix of dub, ska, reggae, and rock, and have also self-released two albums. Add to that lead singer Adam Powell's founding of a NORML chapter at Troy University, and you've got our new unsigned band of the week! - HighTimes.com


The soundtrack for this film was carefully selected to showcase the regional musical flavors of Atlanta and the Southeast. "What the Singles soundtrack was to Seattle, is what we want the Delivery Boy Chronicles soundtrack to be for Atlanta".

Included BPM's "Deviance" and "Own Way". - Stacey Childress, Director


Discography

LPs - A Voice of Reason (2005)
Tube Checker (2003)
Dubbin' in da Gumo (2002)
Get The Lead Out (2001)

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Feeling a bit camera shy

Bio

With influences ranging from Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Sublime, and 311, BPM 's music is a hybrid blend of reggae, ska, and rock.
April 2, 2005 marked the release of their fourth full length CD. "A Voice of Reason" not only contains the band's best material to date, but also was produced and engineered by Cope Till who earned a platinum album for his work on Orgy's debut CD "Candyass".
The band has played several large festivals including Jubilee CityFest, RiverJam, BayFest, and Tigerstock in Alabama, Camp Reggae in Tennessee, and the Rock 'n' Ride Festival at Six Flags in Kentucky. They regularly play at colleges and in college towns throughout Alabama such as Auburn Univ.(Auburn), Univ. of Alabama(Tuscaloosa), Troy Univ.(Troy), Samford Univ.(Birmingham), and Huntingdon College and Auburn-Montgomery in Montgomery. They have played clubs and other venues throughout the southeast, as well as Kentucky, Ohio, and California.
BPM was named Montgomery's "Most Promising Act" by the Montgomery Advertiser, won the Jubilee CityFest Battle of the Bands in '03 and '04, the "Metro" Battle of the Bands" in '03, and was recently voted the "Readers Choice Award" for favorite local band by readers of the Montgomery Advertiser. They were named HighTimes.com's Unsigned Band of the Week in Sept. '04