The Beach Project
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The Beach Project

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The Beach Project's debut album, "Queen of Hearts" was released April 1st. This 11 song album can be purchased via your typical mp3 websites: itunes, napster, etc.


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There was a boy who asked a girl to sing. She sang with his crew called Mama's Boy Goes Digital. The project ended. The boy and the girl wrote an album together. The Beach Project was born. The parents were Josh Wald (Wald Productions) and Kerry Beach. Kerry then raised The Beach Project alone and adopted more family members: Julian Cassia on bass, Clemens Zecha on drums, Josh Ricchio on guitar and Cody Geil on strings. The Beach Project's first album "Queen of Hearts", was just released on iTunes!!!

"The brain child of Kerry Beach and Josh Wald, The Beach Project is an assimilation of the different faces of pop throughout time. From their gentle, electronic approach to their more aggressive, rocking live shows, the Beach Project is truly a band to look out for as they gush within the NYC music scene, urging listeners into a dance hall of existence." the Gilgamesh Tribune ...

“The Beach Project is an amalgamation of plural elements, both literally and musically. The music is rooted in pop primarily, but never divorced itself of its inherent ties to Indie Rock, the 80s, and modern Electronica. In its adoption of the band musicians, TBP injected within its veins a Vermouth of backgrounds, flavoring its already potent and diverse stream of audio waves, with heavy plucking bassist Julian Cassia, Clemens Zecha, drummer extraordinaire, and, sonic texturalist/ guitarist Josh Ricchio. With all these aromatic herbs adding to Kerry's already flourished background, the band is truly a palette of a modern musicology. Boom!!! Goes the room ...”

"Peaceful, soothing their music reinforced an almost lost belief I had of finding goodness in life. They were sharp on point electro pop, candy shop hotness. They had a real ’80s vibe and there were touches of Kate Bush and Bjork in both her vocalisation and her theatrics....Definitely a band to check out."