Post Bliss
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Post Bliss

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The best kept secret in music


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A Cure With No Disease EP (2006)


Feeling a bit camera shy


"This Is How We Begin Taking Shape, The Untold Story Of Post Bliss" By Emily Woesthoff

It all started in kindergarten when singer Ant Cardone asked Kevin to borrow his blue crayon, it was all down hill from there. After years of friendship formed over said crayon, the two formed The Stereotypes in 1997, later to be known as Diluted Society with Kevin on guitar. Kevin parted ways with Diluted Society and formed Bland, which included current bassist Derek Ortiz and Ant's occasional vocal appearances. Despite their dedication, both Diluted Society and Bland fell through and paved the way for Ant and Kevin's acoustic endeavor, Autumn Sweater. After playing at a number of local and college venues, Autumn Sweater's following increased. The band then decided to broaden their musical spectrum and once again try their luck with a full band. Donning the new name, Half-Light, Ant, Kevin and Derek played locally and at notable venues such as C-Note, Lion's Den and CBGB's Gallery.

Half-light began taking shape by combining the musical strengths of each member's previous band while weeding out the weaknesses. After a final line-up change, Kevin called in reinforcement from Tom Chiodo. Tom formerly drummed for Wax Off, and spent two years with Orange County's Call 14. His most recent band, Phonebook Fight had just seen it's third singer quit, so the invitation to join Half-Light could not have come at a better time. As the band regrouped with a new drummer, a final name change was also in order, thus Post Bliss was born.

Post Bliss is difficult to categorize, their sound encompasses radio-friendly music with fresh melodic rock. They have graced the stages of CBGB's, The Knitting Factory and The Empress Ballroom thus far and continue to expand their fan base at every show. What was once two kids eating paste when they were five, has transformed into Post Bliss, a band with infinite possibilities on the horizon.