Moxy Bullets
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Moxy Bullets


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"Record Release Roundup"

Moxy Bullets were about to break up before recording their self-titled debut, due October 2 on Rdub Recordings. “All of us were pretty much over the band,” says singer-guitarist Mark Polydoris, “and Rey [Puente, drums] was already playing in another group.” Recording reinvigorated the hard rockers. “All five of us would pile into the producer’s truck so we could hear how the mix sounded on a car stereo. We’d all fiddle with the EQ and volume and shout things like ‘Needs more bass’ or ‘Turn the treble down on those guitars,’ as if any of us knew what we were talking about.” The release party is October 8 at Canes. - San Diego Reader


Moxy Bullets - Self Titled Album, on Rdub Recordings in San Diego



The band has had an almost-four-year journey of guys moving away and moving back, fighting and making up, believing and giving up. The band's story sounds like a terrible movie: the lead singer is really a drummer, the guitarist is really a pianist, and the bass player is really a guitarist.

Over a year ago, the band was nearly done with itself, and decided to spend it's meager savings on making a short EP...something that would be nothing more than a momento. With the help of a local talented producer, the EP somehow turned into a full-length disc, which almost immediately received airplay on several different San Diego stations.

Since then, these unlikely heroes are back in full-swing. Moxy Bullets have begun working on their first tour, they've opened for Matisyahu in November, and they've played a number of festivals throughout Southern California.