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Radio Rescue

Cincinnati, Ohio, United States | SELF

Cincinnati, Ohio, United States | SELF
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"Local Pop/Rock bands team up to celebrate new EP releases in Covington"

Cincinnati Pop/Rock band BoyMeetsWorld returns to the Madison Theater in Covington Friday to celebrate its debut EP, Do What’s Best For You. The band is co-headlining the show with fellow Cincy Pop Rock/Punk crew Radio Rescue, which is releasing its newest effort, the band’s sophomore EP, The Soundtrack to Second Place.

Radio Rescue’s Pop Rock has some of the power of Hardcore and Metal (particularly in the blazing drum work and some of the chunky guitar riffing) and occasional gang and/or screamed vocals. Adding another unique element is the prominent use of synthesizer, which gives the band’s sound a bonus texture. While that description might make Radio Rescue’s sound come off like a mismatched mess, it’s impressive how cohesive and focused the band’s upbeat and endearing sound is, with its just-right mix of power crunch, synth squiggles and sweet hooks.

(Full Article in URL) - CityBeat Magazine


"RADIO RESCUE: READY OR NOT EP"

In today’s music scene, genres are constantly taking on new forms. While the theory that the pop punk genre is diminishing, the local band Radio Rescue is alive and thriving. Radio Rescue (formerly 21st Streamline) has made waves within a sea of bands fighting for the top. Radio Rescue has already shared the stage with Cartel, Anarbor, Valencia, Hawthorne Heights, Sparks the Rescue and Hit the Lights.

Their EP “Ready or Not” dropped in December of 2011. The six song EP begins with the slow yet progressive track “Seventeen Days”. While the lead singer Mike Hertsenberg flaunts his vocal range, you can’t help but to be drawn to Sam Shea on the keyboard and Caleb Smith on drums in this powerful track.

The second track, “I bet you wish your name was the title of this song”, draws you in by title alone. However, it is not by song title alone that will make this your new favorite band. The lyrics are catchy as well. You will find yourself singing along to the track “Kiss and Tell” and dancing your heart out to “I Love (to Hate) You”.

The diverse song structures are highlighted when the ‘Nati rockers take it a step further with “Just sit tight”. The last track, “Don’t ask for the moon, We have the stars”, is truly the Radio Rescue song full of pop punk glory. This track will become number one on all of your playlists.

If this EP is any indication of what it is to come from Radio Rescue, it is only a short matter of time before they explode. So go download the EP and sing along! - CincyMusic.com -Kelly Berger


"RADIO RESCUE: READY OR NOT EP"

In today’s music scene, genres are constantly taking on new forms. While the theory that the pop punk genre is diminishing, the local band Radio Rescue is alive and thriving. Radio Rescue (formerly 21st Streamline) has made waves within a sea of bands fighting for the top. Radio Rescue has already shared the stage with Cartel, Anarbor, Valencia, Hawthorne Heights, Sparks the Rescue and Hit the Lights.

Their EP “Ready or Not” dropped in December of 2011. The six song EP begins with the slow yet progressive track “Seventeen Days”. While the lead singer Mike Hertsenberg flaunts his vocal range, you can’t help but to be drawn to Sam Shea on the keyboard and Caleb Smith on drums in this powerful track.

The second track, “I bet you wish your name was the title of this song”, draws you in by title alone. However, it is not by song title alone that will make this your new favorite band. The lyrics are catchy as well. You will find yourself singing along to the track “Kiss and Tell” and dancing your heart out to “I Love (to Hate) You”.

The diverse song structures are highlighted when the ‘Nati rockers take it a step further with “Just sit tight”. The last track, “Don’t ask for the moon, We have the stars”, is truly the Radio Rescue song full of pop punk glory. This track will become number one on all of your playlists.

If this EP is any indication of what it is to come from Radio Rescue, it is only a short matter of time before they explode. So go download the EP and sing along! - CincyMusic.com -Kelly Berger


Discography

"Ready Or Not EP" 2011 (Debut Release)
"The Soundtrack to Second Place EP" 2013
*If Loose Lips Sink Ships, Then You're the Titanic" radio play on CincyRock 94.5fm Cincinnati, Ohio. Online radio play on 2RRR.com Northern Sydney, Australia.

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We could write an in depth biography about how we are completely different from every other band out there and our unique influences combine to form something never done before. But that's not true. We are just a band making music we love and having a blast doing it, and isn't that enough?

We have been privileged to share the stage with well known pop rock and pop punk artists such as: Hawthorne Heights, Cartel, Hit the Lights, Anarbor, Sparks the Rescue, Valencia, Close to Home, I Call Fives, Rocky Loves Emily, Set It Off, The Composure, and many more!

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