Lost Art
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Lost Art

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Jun
26
Lost Art @ Kenny's Castaway

New York, New York, USA

New York, New York, USA

Jun
24
Lost Art @ Tea Bag Open Mic

New York, New York, USA

New York, New York, USA

Jun
03
Lost Art @ Kenny's Castaway

New York, New York, USA

New York, New York, USA

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Discography

We have a four song self titled EP that we sell at all of our shows. We also have songs streaming on our offical website and at www.myspace.com/lostart

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Bio

Most bands play music that is diverse, others opt to focus their efforts on one style. But few bands, if any, can do both at the same time, that is, excluding New York City based hard rock band Lost Art. Lost Art encompasses a broad spectrum of music including metal, R&B, soul, classical, and jazz excluding none of it from their style resulting in music that is as heavy and ominous as it is smooth and sensitive. We have influences ranging from Metalcore to Old Skool Punk, from Jazz and Blues to R-N-B. Then we put all the in a blender set it to mix and the result is a sound you have never heard before, something truely new and innovative to the dying rock scene. Founding members Nate Daley and Chris Williams met in 2001, when Chris joined an R&B group that Nate was already a member of. When that group fell apart, the two immediately set to work in forming Lost Art. "We actually started writing and recording songs in the hopes that midway or by the end of the process we would have found other band mates, but we didn't find anyone until nearly two years later." explains singer/guitarist Nate Daley. Just when all looked bleak, drummer Chemi Bordowitz came in from Israel looking to join a band and saw an ad left in Sam Ash for a drummer. "Originally wanted to join a band that was already established so I could simply learn the songs and start gigging." Explains Chemi ".But when Nate gave me their demo, something about their songs stood out, so I committed to them." Not too much later, bassist Mitch Lebron joined the fold. "At first I got to admit, the music wasn't my wild card if ya know what I mean, but once we started jamming and re-working the music I was hooked. Now I can't get enough of it." With the lineup now complete, the band is now performing at various venues in the NYC area. Lost Art has performed at various venues surrounding the N.Y.C. music scene.