Cream Chargers
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Cream Chargers

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The best kept secret in music

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130 Square Feet of Noise - 2002

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One of the hardest questions to answer in Music today is “Who does your band sound like?” Cream Chargers, an indie, emo band with a metal/punk attitude maintains their own identity, covering various musical styles without ever loosing their hooks or their own unique brand of potent drug-rock sound.

Hailing from Philadelphia, where they have generated an intense buzz packing local shows, Cream Chargers have shared the stage with such national acts as Buckcherry, Nebula, Default, Saliva, Jucifer, and Wooly Mammoth, to name a few. Cream Chargers consists of Dean Rosenzweig, a renowned Philadelphia Pop Artist and Poet on guitar and lead vocals, Debbie O’Mara on guitar who earned a Masters degree in classical guitar, Jay Elberson on bass, who previously played in the popular punk band Seven Gone, and Brendan Gallagher, formerly of the underground favorite Ladytron, on drums.

Their new 6 song EP “130 SQUARE FEET OF NOISE”, engineered by Walt “The Big Fish” Bass and the noteworthy Ian Cross, formerly of the acclaimed Studio 4, was recorded at RuffNation Records’ Metropolitan Studios, and is the quintessential representation of the Cream Chargers’ sound. Executive Producer Evan Gusz is known for his keen ability to identify an act that can walk the line of commercial visibility while never forgoing their integrity or artistry.

In a world where many new bands sound alike and it is often difficult to tell them apart, Cream Chargers come as a breath of fresh air. “The last thing we want to do is play
it safe. We want to take chances and make a raw record that rocks without compromise,” states singer/guitarist Rosenzweig.

Just one listen will convince you that original Rock is on the verge of making a very powerful comeback.