Modern Day Atlas
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Modern Day Atlas

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"Joe Stevenson ,"The Pit" show"

“(Modern Day Atlas) really has a Zappa vibe” - 2/10/06 program - WYBF 89.1FM

"Modern Day Atlas' "Let It Settle"CD Review"

From Origivation's June '06 issue:

5 stars (1-5, with 5 being the best)

"Can progpop exist? Ask Modern Day Atlas. Actually, don't ask them - they're busy making badass progpop."

"...unfailingly more fun and dancey than self-indulgent."

"Even their instrumental stuff is enjoyable - not just listenable, but downright enjoyable."

The rest of the review found at (pg 18 of the PDF) - Origivation Magazine

" song feedback"

In regards to our song "Prevent Defense" (from our CD "Let It Settle"):

"A well-crafted modern pop/rock track with a catchy hook and fresh, sharp lyric."

"Plenty of imagery and fresh rhymes keep the listener glued. A very effective lyric and a strong vocal performance."

TAXI's "Prevent Defense" ratings (1 to 10; 10=best):

Music = 10
Lyrics = 10
Marketability = 10
Arrangement = 10
Production = 10
Engineering = 10

"AFU Internet Radio"

Listeners voted Modern Day Atlas' song "Prevent Defense" into their Top 20 (#18 to be precise) for the month of April '06. Visit and for more info.. - Jim Thorpe

"Live at the Nail Radio Show"

“They were awesome.....their instrumental songs were unbelievable.....the time changes were incredible, blew me away” - 8/28/05 program - The Rusty Nail


Our debut full-length CD "Let It Settle" - 11 tracks of original Modern Day Atlas songs



Modern Day Atlas is designed to perform anything the members of the band want to do at any given moment. Generally, this has meant twisted, oddly timed prog-rock workouts; blatant pop with yearning, soul-searching lyrics; quirky rock songs with dreamy imagery.
This band was formed back in 2003 because the members were dissatisfied by the limitations of other musical situations they'd been involved with. It's a very demanding performing situation; Modern Day Atlas songs require a lot of discipline and devotion to craft.
Modern Day Atlas began recording their debut album "Let It Settle" late in 2004. The first live performance for the band occurred in the summer of '05. "Let It Settle" was released in April '06, and the band has been performing regularly around the Delaware Valley to promote the album and our unique take on rock.

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