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lower B


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The best kept secret in music


"The Maine Campus"

"Lower B wins talent show for final performance spot at Bumstock 2003"

…The band's three original songs resembled a Dave Matthews Band-Jeremiah Freed style of music, though it appeared unintentional.

The songs were tunes you found yourself tapping your hands or feet to, and the type that comprise a CD you could keep on repeat for hours - without noticing you'd heard each song four times.

"I can see why they just recorded their CD," a host commented….
- Angela Fiandaca

"Emo 101 Radio"

For a . . . band from a small town in Maine, this band can really rock! With an emphasis on acoustic, laid back melodies- this group of fresh, young, All American boys is hard to resist. I'm proud of this discovery and I was sure you'd dig em. Well, I should get a 900 number cause my psychic abilities haven't failed me yet! Close to 600 international Interactive Listeners voted their single "Two Feet" onto the top ten list three weeks in a row! This week on Emo101 Radio you can hear this exceptional single, from their "Roof It" ep, once again. Also, check out "You Know" from the EP. Emo raises his glass to the band Lower B! - John Robertson


2003: "Roof it" EP
Produced by lower B Recorded at Q Division Studios, Somerville, MA
Engineered by Matt Beaudoin With Matt Tahaney Mastered at M Works by Colin Decker
1. Closet Space (03:20)
2. Alright (04:58)
3. Two Feet (03:32)
4. Answer Me (04:28)
5. You Know (04:06)
6. Six Tracks (04:51)





2002: "Acoustic Demo"
This is a 5 track, acoustic, home studio recorded demo.

Streams of all tracks from both the EP and Demo are available on our website in the media section.


Feeling a bit camera shy


Alex Rosenblatt’s influences include Dave Matthews Band, Howie Day, David Grey and John Mayer. The 18 year old, Bangor, Maine native’s lyrics explore a wide variety of themes; some songs melancholy and examining life’s biggest questions, and others excited, sarcastic, and laughing. The range of moods and points of view in and from which the songs are written make the lyrics diverse, always interesting, and easy to relate to. He augments each song with subtle elements of jazz, funk, blues, and rock and classifies them into the alternative, pop, contemporary acoustic genres. Mixing loop sampling, vocal and instrument delays, and a solid, unique flavor in his live performances creates a sound that appeals to a variety of musical tastes.
Rosenblatt’s discography includes two acoustic demos, recorded at home, along with an EP “Roof it,” which he recorded at Q-Division Studios in Massachusetts in April of 2003 with his former band, lower B. “Roof it” was engineered by Matt Beaudoin. Matt, Alex and Lower B spent a miniscule 48 total hours recoding and mixing the 6 track EP. The album was later mastered at M-Works by Colin Decker.
Alex has played all over Maine at bars, clubs, restaurants, and at festivals since he was 15 years old. With lower B, Rosenblatt battled bands in Reindeer Record’s (Portland, ME) 19th Annual Rock-off in March of 2003. Lower B was named one of the 5 Best Bands in Maine; Rosenblatt received the Best Vocals Award, Best Songwriting: Lyrics award and the band received the Best Live Showcase award. This exposure was what aided Rosenblatt in securing more gigs, specifically the college shows for the fall 2003 and his spring tour of 2004 in the east coast region. Rosenblatt also took advantage of the local Maine colleges and universities for venues and radio play. He credits The University of Maine for a lot of his successes so far. Along with being booked to perform in many of the college’s music events, he even shared the stage with Howie Day (Epic Records). In the spring of 2003, Rosenblatt’s band also won a battle of the bands, earning them a time slot at the annual music festival, “Bumstock.” At this festival, they played alongside artists such as 6 Gig, Paranoid Social Club and Seeking Homer.
With the help of his website www.alexrosenblattonline.com, and his quickly growing fan base, his music is spreading sporadically across the US. Along with his website, music is available on www.MP3.com. At one point the single, Two Feet, ranked 39th on the acoustic charts out of hundreds of thousands of other songs. The number of downloads is rapidly growing everyday.
The beginning of the summer found the Rosenblatt relocating to New York in search of new opportunities and he began performing immediately at the city’s bars and clubs. All of this success grabbed the attention of A&R rep, Gregg Nadel, from Lava Records, with which Rosenblatt maintains an ongoing relationship.
Currently Rosenblatt is spending quality time dedicated to writing new material in preparation for the upcoming tour and is actively attending conferences, such as Boston’s NEMO Conference, while playing in the New York area and at New England colleges. With his ever expanding, ever improving repertoire and his continuously developing live performances Alex Rosenblatt is set to hit the road in the spring of 2004.