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The best kept secret in music


"Starlite Motel's If We Switch Drivers review"

The emo love songs and lyrics on this record by this Florida band are really smart. The music is pretty diverse sounding; from Karate to fIREHOUSE. The album title comes from the song 'Hook, Line and Sinker;, asking the question "How far is San Diego?". Answer, two days.
-Don Irwin
Punk Planet #59 - Punk Planet Magazine


Ex-Libris -released Dec. 2004- streaming at and others

If We Switch Drivers -released Aug. 2003 - radio play on 103.1 the Buzz(New Rock radio covering all of southeast Florida), and College radio play throughout southeast


Feeling a bit camera shy


Starlite Motel has been around for the last 3 years playing and recording continuously throughout the southeast and cementing a loyal fanbase along the way. Armed with stellar songwriting, a unique sound and a live show that other bands would die for; Starlite Motel play like their life depended on it. Starlite Motel has won every battle of the bands it has ever entered and opened for great bands such as The Ataris, Jet, Paulson, Spilt Canvas, Something Corporate and many more. The 4 members of Starlite Motel have taken their influences, such as Sunny Day Real Estate, Foo Fighters, The Police and more, and meshed them with their own musical creativity to form a music that is moving, fun and energetic. The people have obviously spoken, with Stalite Motel playing to thousands of fans live and received over 11,000 plays on pure If there were more bands like Starlite Motel around, the world would be a better place.