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Denton, Texas, United States | INDIE

Denton, Texas, United States | INDIE
Band Pop Rock


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""Night Two at 35 Conferette '11: Even with Some Hiccups (Again), Friday Night Proved All Right.""

"It was at 8:55 pm when the evening's proceedings took a distinct turn. Truth be told, J & J's Pizza in Denton was all of a sudden the rock capital of Dallas. Dallas band On After Dark closed out their set with a trio of arena-ready new wave rock tunes that also reminded anyone who might've been paying attention, that, for the second night in a row, no one would be able to hear the creaks in the ceiling from folks walking back and forth upstairs in the pizzeria." - Dallas Observer


"On After Dark" 12" full length 2011 (Sonora Records)

"Yanki Nights" 7" single b/w "Middle America" 2010 (Sonora Records)

"Work & Drink" cd/ep 2008



On After Dark from Denton, TX was formed following the disbandment of Whips and Furs by members Jordan Jackson (guitar/vocals) and Greg Ruppe (drums) in 2007. The current line-up includes Brian Harvey (bass) and former Gazelles frontman Adam Bertholdi (guitar). They set out to formulate songs that combine the great pop sensibilities of Stiff Records acts with the dissonance and aesthetic of late '90s GSL releases. With this material On After Dark has played regional shows opening for bands such as The Riverboat Gamblers, Astronautilus, Sundress and An Horse and in their careers they have shared the stage with The Vibrators, Le Shok, The Dwarves, The Marked Men, and The Subhumans. On After Dark is releasing their debut self-titled full length 12" record on Sonora Records (Austin) in December 2011 to be followed by an east coast tour in early January 2012. The album was recorded by Brian Harvey in his home studio in Denton, TX with artwork designed by Kim Stanton, Adam Bertholdi and Greg Ruppe. The songs on this record continue the bands theme of disillusionment with the working life and its pendulum swing to self-destructive nights.