Oneside

Oneside

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Oneside uses electric banjo, bass and drums to play rock music likened to early REM, My Morning Jacket and The Lemonheads.

Biography

If you took the tight, pop-rock songwriting of R.E.M or the Replacements, the manic energy of the Pixies or Fugazi, and Bela Fleck on acid, and poured them all on a psychedelic paint spinner, you would end up with something closely resembling Oneside.

Since November 2003 Oneside have been making an impact on the Boston and New York City music scenes. The diversity of their sound has appealed to fans from all walks of musical life. Since November they have headlined weekend shows at venues such as The Middle East, been asked to open for a number of national acts including country pop-rockers The Damnwells, Tenessee rockers Lucero and the jam-grass band Railroad Earth. They have also won over high-school and college fans with appearances at schools around the region.

With tracking complete on their debut EP and a new touring vehicle this young band is poised for an exciting run.

Discography

Six song debut EP to be released August 10, 2004.

Set List

Typical set list includes but is not limited to:

Happy
Move On
Waste
Scary
Wretched Ralph
St. Francis
Reason
In My Mind

Oneside plays original music. Typical set time is between 45-90 minutes.