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The best kept secret in music


"Misportrayed EP"

Misportrayed is a creative punk band with a heaping of talent. Formed in 2002 when most of the members had barely set foot in a high school, they have grown to a steady lineup and a keen sense of melodic, somewhat old school, somewhat skaterish punk rock. The third song on this EP, called Two Rounds Too Many, even includes some ska influence in the verses.

There's something remarkable about this album, and I can't quite put my finger on it. It may just be the album itself and everything it contains. I don't know. Misportrayed plays music that is stylish, smart, fun, melodic, punky, and heavy. This is everything you want a short EP of pure punk rock to be. It's raw, but that's part of the appeal. It's well played. It's too short.

Misportrayed is a band with a very bright future. If they've written, record, and regularly perform a great set of tunes like this, their potential reaches to the skies. Watch for them, find their music, and follow them closely. You'll see great things.


Cons: The only thing I can say that's actually wrong with this album is the muffled and raw tone of the instruments in the production. While it adds that raw appeal, it's still something that ... well ... is a con.


Written for www.onegoldenspoon.com - One Golden Spoon


Misportrayed EP -- 2004
Stella: Available for download from misportrayed.com and Purevolume
Black Pills: Available for streaming audio on Purevolume


Feeling a bit camera shy


In 2002, Levi, Sam and Logan banded together to form a super-group dedicated to creating powerful punk rock music. For about a year, the three fraternal amigos went through a plethora of sidekicks, until finally the super trio became a super quartet in early 2003 with the addition of Aidan, who was given the task of beating the hell out of his drums.

Shortly after they first joined forces, they harnessed their powers and exploded onto the local Jewish High School scene. They soon realized, however, that to better serve the world they needed a larger and stronger arsenal of punk rock songs. After going on maternity leave for most of the summer, they made a comeback with a litter of new songs, many of which are featured on their 2004 EP.

With these songs, they broke the shackles forced upon them by their young age. Our young heroes had allied themselves with modern technology and Bent Building Productions' Tim Doyle (former Planet Smasher) in order to create an EP to change the world.

The long-awaited EP was finally released to the public on June 24, 2004, coincidentally the same night the Fab Four made their highly anticipated return to the stage.

The 'Trayed will save the world… For those of you who stand in their way, may they have mercy on your souls.

We are so punk. Argh.