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Cincinnati, Ohio, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2014 | SELF

Cincinnati, Ohio, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2014
Band Alternative Rock


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HereComeHere @ Northside Tavern

Cincinnati, Ohio, United States

Cincinnati, Ohio, United States

HereComeHere @ Maudie's Over Main

Cincinnati, Ohio, United States

Cincinnati, Ohio, United States

HereComeHere @ Next Chapter

Cincinnati, Ohio, United States

Cincinnati, Ohio, United States



"Rage Against the Deftones". - JD, 96Rock -

Here Come Here is definitely one of the stand outs and the crowd they drew in made that clear. They command the stage as well as any head liner should and have the talent and drive to keep going. Here Come Here has a solid and unique sound that helps them stand out, more to the point that polished sound is accompanied by a stage performance that’s equally as impressive. Making them all the more pleasurable to shoot was a set of light boxes that shot up a strong beam of light when the guitarist and bassist stood on them. Cheap and simple they added depth and good imagery to their stage performance and I tried to capture that as much as I could. Now only if they could rig something up for the drummer... Did I mention these guys were good? - James Steed -

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"Here Come Here" music and lyrics by HereComeHere. Produced by HereComeHere. An elite collaboration that is oozing Rock savvy!

HereComeHere serves up a superb semi - hard rock experience , rarely attained by young bands. Tom Bodner's pleasantly graveled vocal is showcased by a brilliant rock instrumental backdrop.

"Hello Queen City" , Track 1 , kicks it off with a white hot, can't get it out of my mind, melody and lyric.

Track 2 , " Wax and Wane " , flirts with a country rock intro that leads into a David Bowie style lyric delivery accompanied by a well crafted instrumental.

"Sweet Breeze" , Track 3, changes it up to a mellow guitar and harmony. Bryce Hogland's clean Rap interlude gives this piece an acute point of interest, delivering a fresh take on rock balladry . As portrayed by the lyric, I would follow this one anywhere.

Track 4, "Magic", is a bit the cliche' band number however this piece could hold extreme Pop appeal.

"Somewhere Out There" , Track 5, is a true rock out experience. Hard rocking lead in with Tyler Abbatiello's punch percussion and electrifying Mike Malowski's lead guitar satiates the rocker soul.

Track 6, " Leave This Town " ( Unplugged) , delivers a classy finish. Pleasant vocals and a quaint melody resonate a Jim Croce flashback, leaving this artistic work a cut above the rest.

Out of a five star rating system, I would give this artistic work 4.5 Stars.

5 Stars for instrumental and cool rocker vocals

4 Stars for lyric story telling.

A must have for my music library !

As Always...Paying it forward , Rocking it out . - Toran Seifert Erickson - LIVE Magazine


Pants Were A Bad Idea

  • Released: May 13, 2014
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Independent
  • Producer: Tom Bodner, Mike Malowski, Bryce Hogland, Tyler Abbatiello
  • Singles: “Leave This Town”, “Fall Once More”, "Oxygen"

HereComeHere EP

  • Released: June 2013
  • Format: CD + Digital
  • Label: Independent
  • Producer: Tom Bodner, Mike Malowski, Bryce Hogland, Tyler Abbatiello
  • Singles: “Hello Queen City”, “Sweet Breeze”



Born and raised in Cincinnati, OH, HereComeHere is
taking the reigns of the music scene and having the time of their lives.
The band debuted their first EP on June 25, 2013, and released their
full length debut album, Pants Were A Bad Idea on May 13, 2014 - self
recorded and produced. They also recently completed a homemade music
video for "Seasons" off their latest album, completely produced and shot
by the band and their fans. They've been featured on local radio stations such as Cincinnati Project 106.3, 96 Rock, Class X Radio, WNKU and have graced the stages of some of the city's biggest venues, including Bogart's and Madison Theater.

Their sound blends hard rock with an upbeat pop vibe, even throwing
you off with a bit of hip-hop. With standout tracks like "Hello Queen
City"; "Sweet Breeze"; "Oxygen,"; "Leave This Town"; HereComeHere is
redefining the term "genre"...or lack there of.

So, who are these guys?? This four piece ensemble is comprised of
four simple guys who come from varying backgrounds and musical
influences, and really just love making music. Tom Bodner on Lead Vocals
and Rhythm Guitar, Josh Smith on Lead Guitar, Bryce Hogland on Vocals
and Bass Guitar, and Tyler Abbatiello on Percussion/Drums.  At the heart
of their music, they don't rely on all the flare and fancy gadgets that
are being used these days to fill their music, they keep is simple and
old school.

These guys are quickly becoming one of the top talents emerging from Cincinnati. Keep an eye on them!

Find their music on iTunes, Google Play, Amazon, Spotify, Rdio and more! For more information, follow the links below:


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