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Path Aesthetic

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The best kept secret in music


"Path Aesthetic Article"

To view the article please visit: - Metal Edge Magazine - April 07

"Merge Digital - Band Of The Week"

Their sound melds jazz-influenced drums with groove-based bass, over which lay melodic vocals and grandiose guitar riffs. It's got something going on; after less than a year and a half, Path Aesthetic has played well-known venues such as CBGBs and Grape Street.

If you could play any venue anywhere on the planet, where would you choose?
Mike: Radio City Music Hall. It's acoustically a real nice room; it's big, but it's not too big, so it's still a little intimate. I think it's really important thing to not play on a stage that's so big that there's a disconnect. A room like that allows for the best performance.
AJ: I was going to say Madison Square Garden. Madison Square Garden, to me, is the pinnacle of success.

Genre: Progressive Rock
Members: AJ Bisson (bass), Skott Galasso (guitar) Mike George (drums)
Influences: Primus, Tool, A Perfect Circle, The Mars Volta
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- Merge Digital




Feeling a bit camera shy


For those who are dependant on labels, stereotypes and structure. Path Aesthetic has been told it falls within the "art-rock" category. Employing groove-oriented bass licks, hard hitting jazz influenced drumming, spatial guitar riffs and over-the-top melodic vocal-manipulation, this collective is ever focused on its art. Path Aesthetic took shape in late 2005. Mike, Skott and AJ evolved as a unit, creating unique and energizing sonic soundscapes. Our intentions are to pull a fresh new sound and vibe from the wreckage of a now waterlogged music scene. The band has played at such notable venues as CBGB's, The Crocodile Rock Cafe, Grape Street, The Pontiac Grille and many places in-between.