Del Asher
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Del Asher

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The best kept secret in music

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Discography

(2006) "The Greatest Hits" - 3 song Ep
(2007) "Without A Name" - release to be announced

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A band always runs the risk of being marginalized when its members refuse to conform to any given musical trend. However, it can also be said that these bands, who transcend present gimmicks and stay true to rock-and-roll, ensure the longevity and credibility of their music. Del Asher strive to be one of these bands. Having formed in late 2004, originally being the brainchild of Julian Tomarin, Del Asher have grown into a band praised for their live shows and emphasis on musicianship, melody and technical profficeincy. "We concentrate more on our actual performance, emphasizing our music and how we are presenting it, over what clothes we have on or who has the most stylized hair," says Tomarin. "I mean don't misunderstand us," jokes Murphy. "We all look rad as hell but that's just how we always look." During the winter of 2006 Del Asher set up camp at Silo studios, just outside of Hamilton, Ontario, enlisting the genious of producer Julius Butty; the man responsibile for Alexisonfire's smash records "Watch Out!" and "Crisis", and Protest The Hero's "Kezia". The result is a three song demo, boldly entitled "The Greatest Hits." Now with a demo to shop under their belts and a years worth of extensive touring, Del Asher are ready to do what every band strives to do, they want to take over the world and nothing will stop them from accomplishing their goal.

Influences such as: Minus The Bear, Phil Colins, Van Halen, Circa Surive, Head Automatica

**Del Asher heads back into Silo Studios with Julius 'Juice' Butty, to record their debut full length album

**London's best rock, FM96 (www.fm96.com | 95.9fm) has added 'Close Enough To Say' to regular rotation, getting 15-20 spins a week. As well, in two weeks of air play, the song has climbed to #27 on their weekly top 30 countdown.. without a record, or a label.. impressive.