Cure for Static
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Cure for Static

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"Lionel Brown"

"I love working with you guys, you are the easiest band I've ever worked with." - Onslaught Entertainment

"Jon Ricci"

"You guys have a great work ethic and it's a pleasure working with you. Your show and music keeps getting better." - Lead Singer of Lansdowne and owner of Walrus Entertainment

"Mic Control"

This particular genre of music is not my personal favorite, but I am always willing to be open when listening to someone new. I found that, amidst my typical dislike for the standard, clunky distorted guitar riffs, Cure For Static can actually hold it down as a tight, rhythm based rock act (I love the use of acoustic guitar strumming, and cowbell in WAIT IT OUT). I also have respect for their lead vocalist, who does a very nice job of creating memorable melodies and solid harmonies.

They have a tour in the works right now so if you are into their music, make sure to see if they are playing in your area.



Cure for Static recently released "Higher Ground" a 5 song ep recorded at Rockinghorse Studio and mastered by grammy award winner Adam Ayan.

1) Wait it Out
2) 71 & Clear
3) The Line
4) Higher Ground
5) Imitating Gravity

The band's first release, "It's Pronounced Djatmaterra," earned rave reviews from fans and critics alike.

1) Breathe You
2) Sideways
3) Unfound
4) Silver
5) Footprint



Cure for Static, one of the Boston area's fastest growing local acts, has burst onto the music scene by blending the rich groove sounds of artists like the Dave Matthews Band with the pulsing chords of rock acts like Incubus in a musical bacchanalia. They blend styles of rock to make music that is comfortable to the ear, but with an edge.

CFS recently played a sold-out CD release show at the famous Middle East Downstairs, and has played sold out shows at other clubs like the Hard Rock Cafe and Bill's Bar. Most recently CFS headlined Boston's renowned venue, Harper's Ferry, to a full room. The band has also thrilled college students, opening for Rahzel at Clark University, performing at the WBRS 35th anniversary show at Brandeis University, and was enthusiastically received after a thrilling performance at Chester Fest, the inaugural Spring Concert at Chester College in New Hampshire.

Cure for Static is made up of front man Jarrett Clayman, lead guitarist Tom Feeley, drummer Brian Schon, and bassist Bill Batten. Together they are waging a no-holds-barred battle to reach listeners through melodic vocals, catchy and progressive songs, and an energetic live show that never fails to impress. Cure for Static is now taking New England by storm.

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