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"Electronic music scene rivals Fest this weekend"

"Friday begins a two-day electronic music festival called Skeletron Ball at Spin Cycle Bike Shop on 424 W. University Ave. ...

The most conventional band in the entire line-up, The Quadrophones [sic], performs with traces of Rilo Kiley and Wilco and lives in the world of country-tinged pop rock." - Gainesville Sun - Scene Magazine

"Local Band Profile: Quadrophones"

"Looking for a new sound to add some sunshine to your fall? Pop may be the best pick-me-up of music, but local band Quadrophones has come onto the scene with one serious attitude. This summer, INsite caught up with the self-proclaimed faces of the 'new pop song,' members David Byron (vocals, guitar), Hannah Pyper (keyboard, vocals), Otis Stamp (drums), and Tim Walsh (vocals, guitar) to find out what makes their pop music unique. (Bassist John Richter couldn't make it to the interview - he was stuck in the rain.)"

[Remainder of interview available at www.insitemagazine.com - INsite Magazine

"Fest Weekend Is Never Disappointing"

" ... Next up, a little later that night, was a performance by a local Gainesville band, Quadrophones at The Atlantic. The night before, I heard them practicing at the house I stayed in, and was eager to hear them really perform. That one performance indicted that people would be seeing a lot more of Quadrophones in the future ..." - The Current: Nova Southeastern University


We have released a three song self-titled demo that was distributed around Gainesville, and are in the process of recording a yet-untitled LP that will be finished, mastered, and pressed on vinyl by February.

We have songs streaming on Grooveshark and have had songs featured on GrowRadio.org, a local non-profit radio station.



Quadrophones started around two years ago as a collection of good friends who felt that their similar tastes, influences, and styles of playing music could be combined to create something new and refreshing. Our influences range from T. Rex, The Kinks, and The Beatles to Gram Parsons, Sonic Youth, The Buzzcocks, Wilco, and Built to Spill.

Playing what has been described as music "with traces of Rilo Kiley and Wilco [that] lives in the world of country-tinged pop rock" in a town predominantly known for its DIY punk scene has been an interesting and formative experience. In order to attract fans and pack venues, we have had to hone our skills quickly and create a network of mutually supportive similar bands. The most recent fruit of such a supportive group of local musicians is our upcoming LP, which is being recorded and produced by Duncan McRoberts of Oh Sanders, mastered by a mutual friend in Athens (Jason NeSmith of Casper & The Cookies from Athens, GA) and will feature the designs of local artists. We take pride in creating well-constructed, smart, and catchy pop music that is original but clearly influenced by the long and wide-ranging history of pop and rock and roll while supporting and being supported by local artists that share a similar goal.